25. október, 2005
Blašamenn śti aš tapa sér...
Venjulega, žį vęri žetta bara svona rśtķnuleikur ķ kvöld gegn nešrideildarliši - leyfa ungu strįkunum aš spila, hvķla ašalhetjurnar, innbyrša aušveldan sigur.
EN … ef eitthvaš er aš marka blašamenn og pistlahöfunda śti ķ Liverpool-borg žį mętti halda aš žessi leikur sé įlķka mikilvęgur og śrslitaleikur ķ bikarkeppni. Tökum nokkur dęmi:
David Prior: Champion display is needed in Carling Cup:
“RAFAEL BENITEZ has called for a Champions League attitude in tonight’s Carling Cup clash at Crystal Palace after revealing his dismay at Liverpool’s latest league setback.
The Spaniard, who subjected his players to a video repeat of their Fulham defeat on Sunday, believes a lessening of the intensity and tempo Liverpool regularly produce on the Continent is the main reason behind their domestic failings.
And Benitez wants his men to use tonight’s third-round clash at Selhurst Park - the site of one of the Anfield men’s most ignominious Premiership defeats last term - to show they have the mentality to sustain a challenge at home and abroad.”
Chris Bascombe: Stevie back for Reds:
“STEVEN GERRARD will be thrust straight back into action for tonight’s Carling Cup tie at Crystal Palace.
The Liverpool skipper has been declared fit to start the clash at Selhurst Park having travelled with the squad to London last night.
Manager Rafa Benitez will underline the importance of this season’s competition by playing a strong line-up.”
Og svo sś sem mér finnst įhugaveršust…
Ian Rush: Reds stars who coast through life at Anfield:
“Nowadays, big clubs make major signings and it’s as though the player feels he’s achieved everything he wants from the game.
Signing for Liverpool becomes the pinnacle of their career. They think they’ve proved how good they are by moving to Anfield and the task of improving and winning trophies is a bonus.
That’s the kind of attitude which explains why some players don’t seem too bothered if the team loses, or if they’re subbed or left on the bench.
The great players are those who realise getting into the Liverpool side has to be the beginning of their ambitions, not the end.
As a manager, you want to see your team hurt by a defeat, or upset to be left out of the team. I never like hearing players say they don’t mind being part of a rotation system.
I prefer it when they say they hate being left out of any game.”
Žaš er oršiš nokkuš ljóst aš žaš męšir mikiš į leikmönnum žeim sem spila fyrir okkur ķ kvöld - žaš er į hreinu aš eina leišin til aš menn sleppi viš slįtrum ķ fjölmišlunum į morgun er sś aš leggja sig 250% fram, berjast til sķšasta blóšdropa, skora allavega 2-3 mörk, halda hreinu og spila eins og, tja, Evrópumeistarar.
Hvernig bregšast okkar menn viš kallinu? Ķ byrjun október hefši ég eflaust sagt aš žetta vęri svona ómerkilegasti eša minnst įhugaveršasti leikurinn ķ mįnušinum, en ég held svei mér žį aš žessi leikur gęti reynst vera einn sį mikilvęgasti į öllu tķmabilinu.
Ég er opinberlega oršinn spenntur fyrir kvöldiš …