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Old October 1, 2011, 07:37 AM
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Old October 1, 2011, 07:42 AM
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Old October 1, 2011, 08:23 AM
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Old October 1, 2011, 08:32 AM
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Old October 1, 2011, 08:42 AM
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Old November 20, 2011, 10:31 PM
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after some disappointing home draws ..... a 2-1 win at Stamford bridge .... ....
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Old January 1, 2012, 08:53 AM
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Disgusting little club - where the best player is a racist, and the club thinks racism is acceptable. Time and time again, Liverpool bring shame to the wonderful game of football.
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Old January 1, 2012, 10:30 PM
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Disgusting little club - where the best player is a racist, and the club thinks racism is acceptable. Time and time again, Liverpool bring shame to the wonderful game of football.
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Old January 2, 2012, 01:05 AM
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Don't mention it...I consider it my gift to BanglaCricket - those who aren't aware of the dark side of Liverpool Football Club - a club that was responsible for English clubs being banned from europe in the 80s. A ban that set English football back a decade. From domination of Europe(tbf Liverpool were doing the dominating) to also rans, until United turned the tide again.

A club whose fan base consists of murderers who refuse to take any responsibility for their actions at Heysel - yet cry on about Justice for the 96.

Now that club has reached new lows - defending a racist. Not merely defending him, but trying to besmirch the reputation of the victim with outright lies and propaganda.
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Old January 2, 2012, 10:21 PM
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^ whats wrong with that? Every single club defend their best player no matter what the situation is.. Its pretty simple..
And im eagerly waiting to see what FA is gonna do for the same allegation against a english born player (Terry).. And imho banning a player for 8 match is too much because you cant tell what conv was going there with evra and suarez..

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Old January 3, 2012, 12:51 AM
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^ whats wrong with that? Every single club defend their best player no matter what the situation is.. Its pretty simple..
And im eagerly waiting to see what FA is gonna do for the same allegation against a english born player (Terry).. And imho banning a player for 8 match is too much because you cant tell what conv was going there with evra and suarez..

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Wrong.

Every club defends their club when it comes to footballing matters. Racism goes beyond football - it is much bigger than that.

When Rio Ferdinand missed a drug test, and was banned for 8 months, United didn't like the decision, but realized, drugs in sports is a huge deal, and forced the whole squad to get further education on the issue.

When Eric Cantona kicked a fan, United suspended him before the FA came in with their charge and subsequent suspension.

When Adrian Mutu was busted for cocaine, Chelsea cancelled his contract.


As for 8 matches, it should have been 8 months - you can tell what happened between the two, all you have to do is read the report published. Alternatively, you can ignore the evidence, and continue to be misinformed.


Suarez ADMITTED to calling Evra a NEGRO in a derogatory manner -


His teammate Dirk KUYT told the inquiry, Suarez said to Evra..."I kicked you because you are black"

Liverpool management official Daniel Comolli also officially told the inquiry...Suarez in replying to a question asked by Evra, responded by saying "Because you are black".

There is NO DOUBT whatsoever as to his guilt. He is a racist scumbag, who told the Panel he will never refer to another player as a negro on the football pitch(meaning he admitted using the term.)

I hope Liverpool appeal, and his ban gets doubled.
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Old January 3, 2012, 01:26 AM
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This case is not simply about one person's word against another. Whilst there were conflicting accounts of what happened which were presented to us by Mr Evra and Mr Suarez, there was other relevant evidence which we were able to take into account in reaching our decision. This other evidence included video footage of the match; the evidence of others as to what happened during or immediately after the match; documentation in the form of the referee's report which was based on conversations he had immediately after the match; transcripts of interviews with the main protagonists and other witnesses conducted in the course of the FA's investigation before witness statements were prepared for the purpose of this hearing; and the evidence given to us by other witnesses quite apart from Mr Evra and Mr Suarez, including expert witnesses on Spanish language. We reached our decision on the basis of a consideration of the totality of the evidence attaching such weight as we considered appropriate to the different elements of it.

The discrepancies between what Mr Dalglish and Mr Comolli reported to the referee on the one hand, and Mr Suarez's evidence as to what he said on the other hand, have not been satisfactorily explained. At the very least, they demonstrate a confusion in Mr Suarez's initial account of what he said, and an apparent inconsistency between that account and the case that he advanced before us.

The position, therefore, is as follows. Mr Suarez spoke in Spanish to Mr Comolli soon after the game about this serious allegation. Mr Suarez also spoke in Dutch to Mr Kuyt. Both Mr Comolli and Mr Kuyt understood Mr Suarez to have told them that when he spoke to Mr Evra he said words which translate into English as, "Because you are black". According to Mr Suarez, Mr Comolli misheard what Mr Suarez said in Spanish, and Mr Kuyt misheard what Mr Suarez said in Dutch.

The second aggravating factor was what Mr Suarez said when using the insulting words. He did not simply use the word "negro" to address Mr Evra. He did that, but he also said that he had kicked Mr Evra because he was black, and that he did not talk to blacks. Even if Mr Suarez said these things in the heat of the moment without really meaning them, nevertheless this was more than just calling Mr Evra "negro". According to the Spanish language experts, the uses would have been regarded as racially offensive in Uruguay.

266. In our judgment, Mr Suarez's use of the term was not intended as an attempt at conciliation or to establish rapport; neither was it meant in a conciliatory and friendly way. It was not explained by any feeling on Mr Suarez’s part that a linguistic or cultural relationship had been established between them or that the context was one of informal social relations. The video footage, when viewed in detail and when looked at as a whole, shows that the players continued their animosity throughout this incident. Their hostility is shown in their actions and demeanour before, at the moment of, and after Mr Suarez's admitted use of the word.

267. Once more, we were troubled by the fact that Mr Suarez advanced this case to us and relied on it to the extent that he did, when it was unsustainable. The suggestion that he behaved towards Mr Evra at this time in a conciliatory and friendly way, or intended to do so in using the word "negro", is, in our judgment, simply not credible. His evidence is again inconsistent with the video footage. Once again, there was no satisfactory explanation for this inconsistency.

303. There are a number of other surprising aspects to what Mr Dalglish and Mr Comolli told the referee. We accept that the referee's report accurately records what they told him. Its accuracy was not challenged by Mr Suarez.

304. Mr Dalglish told the referee that Mr Suarez responded with "you are black" having first been taunted with "you are South American". Mr Comolli is not recorded as using the word "taunted", but said that Mr Evra said "you are South American" to Mr Suarez who responded with "Tues negro" which translates "you are Black". There is no suggestion here that Mr Evra had said "Don't touch me", yet this seems now to be an essential part of Mr Suarez's evidence. We were not given any explanation as to why the referee was not told that Mr Evra had said "Don't touch me, South American", as opposed to "you are South American". Secondly, at least as expressly reported by Mr Dalglish, Mr Suarez's remark was a riposte to being taunted by Mr Evra. If that is correct, it would suggest that Mr Dalglish understood Mr Suarez's comment to be in the nature of retaliation for having been called "South American". But that would suggest that the riposte "You are black" was used in a derogatory sense, which is contrary to Mr Suarez's case. In fact, Mr Suarez told us that he did not consider being described as South American to be derogatory, so it is difficult to understand why this was referred to as a "taunt".


http://www.thefa.com/TheFA/Disciplin...ommission.ashx

If you need more proof - read the entire 115 page report. He admitted to it, and his thick as **** teammate Kuyt and Football Operations Director Comolli did the same. It is damning of Suarez, and Liverpool. In fact, the FA said, they considered giving him an even greater punishment, but because he was so contrite during the hearing, they settled on 8 matches.
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Old January 28, 2012, 10:39 AM
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the league form specially at home looks poor, also a bad defeat against Bolton last week but in the last four days liverpool have knocked out both the Manchester clubs from two different cups.....
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Old January 29, 2012, 01:09 AM
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Racists do prosper...2-1.

Liverpool got lucky(two dodgy defensive errors), but that's no excuse - you earn your luck at this level. Not to mention, midtable clubs always raise their game when they play the big boys - Liverpool proved that this week, by knocking out the two big heavyweights in the PL.

The crowd as usual were a disgrace - booing Evra the victim of a racist attack, and they had a fan who made monkey gestures at him(captured on video). So murderers and racists - wonderful club.


Best of all, post match it was announced Liverpool tried to do a straight swap deal with City - Carroll for Tevez
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Old January 29, 2012, 08:26 PM
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^^ Damn lol thats still a good deal. For Liverpool, I mean XD
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Old February 26, 2012, 03:59 PM
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King Kenny done it, League Cup Champs!

We host stoke in the next round in the FA cup, Safe to say we'll be off to Wembley again. #CupDouble

Got some work to do in the league but I think we can get some momentum and get that #4 spot.
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Old February 27, 2012, 01:46 PM
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Who is not a murderer supporter? One way or another everyone can be linked.

Way to go, Liverpool. One step at a time.
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Liverpool and Dalglish part company. The right decision imo, if it was anyone else they'd have been gone a long time ago. Liverpool used their cheque-book terribly this season. Paid some astronomical figures for some average English talent and that's why their season failed imo. Kenny has to take the blame.
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Old June 3, 2012, 02:23 AM
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Liverpool have appointed Swansea Manager Brendan Rodgers as their new Manager. Liverpool also had talks with Roberto Martinez, Andre Villas-Boas but finally they decided to appoint Brendan Rodgers who is known for his football philosophy of attacking style of football which gives emphasis to passing and possession and winning the ball high up the pitch.

Good Luck to Brendan Rodgers.
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Old June 24, 2012, 10:57 PM
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the new seasin fixture have been published

liverpool's first six games are

West Brom V Liverpool Sat 18 Aug
Liverpool V Man City Sat 25 Aug
Liverpool V Arsenal Sat 1 Sep
Sunderland V Liverpool Sat 15 Sep
Liverpool V Man Utd Sat 22 Sep
Norwich V Liverpool Sat 29 Sep

its very interesting the liverpools first three HOME games are against arsenal, man city and man utd.

brendan rodgers has a potentially tough start ahead of him. needs to get his act together soon.

good luck liverpool
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Old August 21, 2012, 10:13 PM
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tough start for Liverpool ...... Two tough HOME games to follow before the international break

also they play HEARTS (Scotland) in the EURO Cup qualifiers
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liverpool to play udinese tonite in a Europa cup match
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so far tough going for liverpool. just on the boundary of the two halves of the league table.lack of a quality fiisher alongside suarez is the main reason. last like season liverpool are creating chance but cannot finish well.

but surprised to see arsenal are only two points above Liverpool in 10th. and the 4th placed team is only 7 points ahead. a good run of games can take livepool close to the top 4.
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Old December 9, 2012, 08:29 PM
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liverpool just sneaked nto the top wth an away victory last night.

the points table is very densely populated, only 3 points between the no 4 and no 10 now.
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