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We'll Miss Liverpool, Won't We?

We'll Miss Liverpool, Won't We?

Oh my. Liverpool, in 180 minutes, scored as many goals against group whipping boys Debrecen as Lyon did in 6 minutes in the Puskas Stadium. No wonder Steven Gerrard gloomily concluded: 'You get what you deserve in football.'

So, our heart bleeds for Liverpool whose Champions League adventure ends here... and imagine what would have been had they got, for instance, Wolfsburg from Pot 4. They might not have made even the Europa League where they'll get a chance to save their season from total disaster.

We'll miss them, won't we? Well, not really. The main worry (and what prompted this article) is that elimination from the Champions League could trigger the sacking of Rafa Benitez... and with Guus Hiddink available, that would be worrying. It's been so long since Liverpool last had a competent manager, keep it this way please.

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Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday November 24 2009
Time: 9:59PM

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I might add that finally we do not hold the unflattering title of "last English club to crash out of the group stages".
Zae
24/11/2009 22:21:00
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Well at least they have the pleasure of playing in the EL and travelling to play clubs from Cyprus, Iceland, Romania, Poland and the likes.
ForeverUnited
24/11/2009 22:28:00
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liverpool are like the worst club in the prem i bet hull cud beat them
leeimp95
24/11/2009 22:39:00
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Im just glad we won't have to face them in the knockout stages for 100th time in a row!
Cechurself
25/11/2009 00:58:00
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Hahaha you beat us to it - i was going to do an article on this very subject. Knocked out in the group stages - hahaha. Couldnt have happened to a nicer bunch of people.
OLASAL
25/11/2009 03:36:00
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leeimp95 - Worst in the Prem? So that would be why they are bottom of the table then?
BlueWolfie
25/11/2009 08:05:00
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Look on the bright side folks - at least we'll have footy on Thursday nights - on live terrestrial telly! Every cloud eh? Suspect the scousers will be rather less happy though.
fifthcolumnblue
25/11/2009 08:14:00
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There's nothing wrong with Cyprus, ForeverUnited.....well not yet anyhow!.....someone tell 'em to padlock their sheds!
mutters
25/11/2009 15:57:00
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I'll place a bet with any Chelsea or United fan that Liverpool win at least as many European trophies as either of your sides this season. I'll bet a fiver with ANYONE willing to take it. Lets see where your bottles are.
Superhans
25/11/2009 17:27:00
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Haha SuperHans, we dont place bets with losers!
JT_daniel
26/11/2009 10:49:00
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