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Friday, February 24, 2012

Cup Final 2012 - special

Cup Final 2012 
- wembley special + 

BIG weekend, lets show the world who the TRUE REdS are fight for the right to "PARty" show support & dignity on & off the Field , win or lose

....I decided to promote the REdS cause in "Monty" @ west pub, Podgorica this weekend, WEMBLEY memories of '74, 77, 78, 81, 86, come back to me ..i hope the young Balkan REdS will experience similar feelings in the coming years! ..

 The Reds take on Cardiff in the first final of the season on Sunday afternoon, with KENNY declaring his players fully merit their opportunity to end the club's six year wait for a trophy. "I think it's important that they get the accolades they deserve," he said. "When I came to the club as a player, I may have been the only one who came in that year. I was walking straight into a really successful club, who had won the league, been to the Cup final and won the European Cup.
"Everything was set, everything was there. It was still a work in progress but where they were coming from was a really high standard. "We weren't at that standard when I came back as a manager. We have to try and get there. "So for the lads to have made the contribution they have is great. Not just the nine who have come in but the lads who have been here for a while. The likes of Stevie, Carra, Pepe and Daniel Agger. All of them have made a contribution ...
"The fact they have come in and all got on so well with each other is reflected in the results that they've had. Aside from two or three blips they have done particularly well in their first season together." The Reds will kick off at Wembley as odds-on favourites to land the silverware, but Dalglish insists whatever happens on the day won't define Liverpool's season. "We have given ourselves a chance by getting there and let's see how we get on," he added. "We're not going to jump ahead of ourselves or take anything for granted. It's going to be a really difficult game for us. It's just as huge a match for Cardiff as it is for us.
"If we want to have any designs on winning the match we need to play to our full capacity. "We have still got a huge opportunity in front of us to make the season relatively successful. We've got the Carling Cup final, the sixth round of the FA Cup at home to Stoke and some really important league matches coming up. "It could be a decent season for everybody. Irrespective of what happens in one game, we cannot carry it on into the next game.
"We had a great result against Brighton but we cannot carry that on into Sunday. "We have to start from scratch and prepare the best we can for Cardiff. Let's go one at a time and see where it takes us."

    Cardiff boss Malky Mackay has explained why he'll feel an immense sense of pride leading his team out at Wembley alongside Kenny Dalglish.

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    As we build-up to Sunday's Carling Cup final at Wembley we continue our countdown of five great Cardiff connections. Today it's the Millennium Stadium, scene of some truly great triumphs for the Reds.

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    Kenny Dalglish today insisted his squad deserve the chance to become Wembley heroes this weekend.

    The 1995 victory over Bolton Wanderers is our focus today as we continue our build-up to Sunday's clash against Cardiff with our League Cup final memories feature.

    With the clock ticking down towards the Carling Cup final, LFC TV Online has been granted exclusive behind the scenes access to pre-match training at Melwood.

    We asked supporters on Facebook, Twitter and The Kop to upload pictures of the lucky charms they'll have with them while watching the Carling Cup final against Cardiff City this Sunday

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    Here are 12 more brilliant training shots as the Reds ready themselves for Sunday's Carling Cup final against Cardiff City.

    On the latest edition of Inside Melwood, we build up to Sunday's visit to Wembley with a special Carling Cup final edition featuring exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage – and LFC TV Online subscribers can watch online now.

    As we build-up to Sunday's Carling Cup final at Wembley we continue our countdown of five great Cardiff connections. Today we focus on a royal visit to L4 back in the roaring 1920s.

    Continuing our League Cup final memories feature, we look back at when Liverpool won the trophy for a fourth consecutive season.


    its been far too long for the govt. lies to be exposed!
    The Attorney General today pledged to review the case for a second inquest into the death of Kevin Williams at Hillsborough following a Parliament debate at Westminster.

    Andy Carroll believes Liverpool must treat Sunday's Carling Cup final as though they are playing a top Premier League rival if they are to prevail against Cardiff City at Wembley.

    Steven Gerrard today insisted it is time Liverpool stocked the Anfield trophy cabinet with more silverware - and explained why he believes winning the Carling Cup this weekend could lay foundations for further glory.

    Martin Kelly is hoping he can follow in the footsteps of Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher by becoming the latest Academy graduate to claim a winners' medal with Liverpool.

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    Kenny Dalglish today stressed the importance of showing Cardiff City maximum respect in Sunday's Carling Cup final if Liverpool are to avoid joining history's list of beaten favourites.

    Training at Melwood will be more competitive than ever this week as players vie for a precious place in Kenny Dalglish's Wembley line-up.

    Charlie Adam accepts he faces stiff competition if he's to repeat his Cardiff free-kick heroics of two years ago at Wembley once again – but insists he doesn't mind who takes the set pieces as long as Liverpool lift the Carling Cup this Sunday.

    Craig Bellamy insists his career will not be defined by medals as he attempts to collect a first major trophy in English football.

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  • The S*n loses again, boycott continues in Liverpool and the mainstream (BBc) is rightly criticised by Adie for caring only about "sexy image," following…the "american way = BS!"
    ‎1.30pm: The Sun today paid out an undisclosed sum to Kate Adie after falsely accusing her of endangering the prime minister's life. By Julia Day.

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    ‎26 February at 15:00 @.......................West PUB , Podgorica..!
    Fill it up with REdS all night!! ...

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