MyLiverpool FC - 18 EPL, 5 UCL, 3 UEFA, 7 FA, 8 Piala Liga (Part 2)
Skuad Liverpool 2011/12
Nama Penuh: Liverpool Football Club Panggilan : The Reds Tahun Penubuhan : March 15 1892 Stadium : Anfield, Liverpool, England Kapasiti : 45,276 Pemilik : John W. Henry & Tom Werner (New England Sports Ventures) Pengerusi : Tom Werner Pengurus : Brendan Rodgers Liga : Premier League 2011–12 Premier League, Tangga Kelapan
Kelab Bolasepak Liverpool merupakan kelab bola sepak Inggeris profesional dari Liverpool, England dan bermain di dalam Barclays Premier League. Liverpool telah bermain di Anfield sejak kelab itu ditubuhkan pada tahun 1892 dan dimasukkan ke dalam liga bolasepak secara rasmi setahun kemudian.
Kelab paling berjaya dalam sejarah bola sepak Inggeris, Liverpool telah memenangi 18 gelaran liga, tujuh Piala FA dan lapan Piala Liga. Liverpool adalah kelab yang paling berjaya antara kelab inggeris yang lain dalam pertandingan Eropah. Kelab ini telah memenangi lima Piala Eropah, yang terakhir pada tahun 2005, tiga Piala UEFA dan tiga Piala UEFA Super. Kelab ini berada di ranking keempat Eropah dan ketujuh di dunia dengan gelaran antarabangsa yang paling banyak dimenangi.
Penyokong kelab ini telah terlibat dalam dua tragedi besar. Pertama ialah tradegi Stadium Heysel pada tahun 1985, di mana peminat Liverpool terlibat yang menyebabkan dinding stadium runtuh, mengakibatkan kematian 39 penyokong Juventus. Dalam Bencana Hillsborough 1989 pula, 96 Liverpool penyokong mati apabila pagar stadium roboh.
Liverpool mempunyai persaingan sejak sekian lama dengan jirannya iaitu Everton dan Manchester United. Warna jersi pasukan adalah merah sepenuhnya apabila pengurus Bill Shankly mengubahnya dari merah putih sejak 1964. Lagu rasmi kelab adalah "You'll Never Walk Alone".
SKUAD SEKARANG (2011/12)
1 Brad Jones
25 Josť Manuel Reina
41 Martin Hansen
2 Glen Johnson
3 Josť Enrique
5 Daniel Agger
16 SebastiŠn Coates
22 Danny Wilson
23 Jamie Carragher (vice-captain)
34 Martin Kelly
37 Martin Škrtel
38 Jon Flanagan
49 Jack Robinson
8 Steven Gerrard (kapten)
10 Joe Cole
14 Jordan Henderson
19 Stewart Downing
20 Jay Spearing
24 Joe Allen
26 Charlie Adam
31 Raheem Sterling
33 Jonjo Shelvey
35 Conor Coady
7 Luis Suarez
9 Andy Carroll
29 Fabio Borini
39 Craig Bellamy
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Exclusive: Dalglish battles Hughes and Bruce for "New Adebayor"
Sport.co.uk understands that Sunderland, Fulham, and Liverpool are in a three-way battle to sign FC Cluj forward Lacina Traore while Aston Villa are also closely monitoring proceedings with the player’s representative hopeful of his client finalising a deal with a Premier League club.
Sunderland have emerged as a new suitor for the giant Ivorian, dubbed the “New Emmanuel Adebayor,” since the departure of Darren Bent, while Fulham’s Mark Hughes and Liverpool’s Kenny Dalglish have also stepped up their pursuit of 20-year-old.
Reports this morning had suggested Hughes had won the race to sign Traore, however the player’s agent told Sport.co.uk that no deal had been concluded, with Liverpool and Sunderland still in the race for the front-man.
Traore has been watched closely by scouts from a number of top European clubs in the last 18 months including Bayern Munich, Arsenal, while the reds, Aston Villa, Cottagers and now, the Black Cats, are the latest sides to join the chase for the giant front-man.
“There is now a lot of interest for Lacina. The situation is that we have not received the right offer for him to leave FC Cluj at this time. Thomas Boehm told Sport.co.uk.
“There are plenty of talks between clubs, but nothing concrete. There is a lot of movement at the moment, and there are not many strikers of quality available. I am hopeful that we can conclude a deal, but remember while our goal is to bring him to the UK, there is interest from abroad.
The 20-year-old 6ft 8in striker was linked heavily with a move to Arsenal in last year’s January window, however Gunner’s boss Arsene Wenger ruled out making a move for a striker having purchased Moroccan hit-man Marouane Chamakh on a free transfer in the summer.
New Liverpool Director of Football Strategy Damien Commolli is an admirer of the forward and has had scouts watch the Ivorian, while Villa boss Gerard Houllier, Cottagers chief Mark Hughes, and now Steve Bruce are also among the interested parties.
The Ivorian, who has yet to be capped by Cote d’Ivoire, began his career at ASEC Mimosas under Jean Marc Guiilou, a close friend of Wenger who has helped develop the likes of Manchester City pair Kolo and Yaya Toure, Arsenal’s Emmanuel Eboue, and Chelsea’s Salomon Kalou.
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Liverpool have slammed the door shut on transfer negotiations for top targets Luis Suarez and Charlie Adam, as they despair at inflated fees for their top targets.
The Anfield club's American owners have reached the end of their patience in talks for striker Suarez and midfielder Adam, with both potential deals floundering over a massive gulf in valuations.
Ajax have insisted that Suarez will cost £30million, while the Reds have offered half that, with chairman Tom Werner insisting the Dutch club's figure is simply unreasonable.
Liverpool have now conveyed a similar sentiment to Blackpool over a proposed deal for Adam, who is rated by his club at £14million, while the Merseyside outfit have offered £4.5million.
Adam has put in an official transfer request and Suarez has now held talks with Ajax in a bid to persuade them to be more reasonable over a price before the window closes at the beginning of February.
And Werner has made it clear that unless the fees come down before the end of the transfer window, then his club will switch targets or even leave January without any new signings.
Ajax boss Frank De Boer has cheekily set a Saturday deadline for any deal to be done for Suarez, and suggested that, after that date, the fee will rise by another £5million.
But Liverpool will stick to their guns and refuse to talk further, in the hope that the Dutch club come to their senses and accept a more reasonable valuation in line with average European transfer fees, rather than those artificially inflated by Manchester City's millions.
Liverpool have been watching a host of other players, and if they can't get Suarez they will look towards Ashley Young at Aston Villa - though his price is also high - and Wigan's Charles N'Zogbia.
There are no guarantees in trading; just probabilities.
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