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Yossi The Difference As Liverpool Edge Tranmere

Tranmere Rovers 0-1 Liverpool

Liverpool have opened their pre-season account with a win over Tranmere, dominating proceedings but winning by just a single goal...



Yossi The Difference As Liverpool Edge Tranmere

The Reds fielded a mostly makeshift eleven as they made the trip to Tranmere, who themselves finished top of League One and will be hoping to make a fist of their upcoming Championship campaign.

Despite being in front of a home crowd hopeful of witnessing a win over their more illustrious Merseysiders, Tranmere supporters had little to shout about all game as Liverpool, who started with teenage debutant Daniel Pacheco up front, who joined from Malaga.

Daniel Agger also started, a relief for many Reds fans, with the stopper having spent the majority of last season out with injuries. New recruits Philippe Degen and Diego Cavalieri were on the substitutes' bench, as was skipper Steven Gerrard, with another new signing in Andrea Dossena left out of the squad.

Liverpool had the better of the early stages in terms of possession, with the Prenton Park crowd content with their team's best efforts to get behind the ball and keep out Rafael Benitez's side.

Pacheco was the livewire early on, first curling a shot just past the post and then, latching onto a long ball from Daniel Agger, testing Tranmere goalkeeper Danny Coyne.

Jermaine Pennant soon rifled a shot just inches over the bar as Liverpool continued to have all the play, and the Reds got their goal just before the break, with Yossi Benayoun cutting in from the left hand side onto his favoured right foot, striking a sweet shot past Coyne to give Liverpool the only goal of the game.

At half time, Benitez gave debuts to Cavalieri and Degen, while also making five other substitutions.

Plessis, impressive in midfield, tested Coyne and Agger unleashed a trademark piledriver that went just over the bar as the Reds failed to add a second goal despite having the majority of possession and chances.

Captain Steven Gerrard was introduced 20 minutes from time to a standing ovation but had little impact on the game. In truth, it was at this point that the Rovers sensed they could yet snatch a result, with Chris Curran coming close with a header that went just wide of goal.

However, it was not to be their day as Liverpool got off to a fairly promising start to their pre-season.

The Reds head to Switzerland to continie their pre-season programme next week.

LINE-UPS

Liverpool:
Martin, Carragher (captain), Hobbs, Agger, Darby, Insua, Plessis, Leiva, Pennant, Benayoun, Pacheco.

Subs - Hyypia, Gerrard, Spearing, Aurelio, Cavalieri, Degen, Kelly, Voronin, Skrtel, Flynn.

Tranmere Rovers:
Coyne, Taylor, Kay (captain), Chorley, Curtis, Jennings, Edds, O'Callaghan, Shuker, Moore, Greenacre.

Subs - Achterberg, Goodison, Curran, Holmes, Savage, Waterfall, Creswell, Sonko, Gornell, Henry, Ahmed.

Referee: Mike Dean

Rafa To Lose Babel To Olympics As Well?


Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has admitted his concern that Ryan Babel might become the latest of member of his squad who could be unavailable for the start of the season because of the Beijing Olympics.

Benitez will already have to reckon without Lucas, Javier Mascherano and most likely also Emiliano Insua, and now stands to lose a player that has just come back to training after suffering an injury just ahead of the official start of Euro 2008.

“Obviously, we are really pleased that Ryan is coming back to training," Benitez told liverpoolfc.tv, "because he is an important player for us and he has worked hard to recover from the injury he suffered with Holland.

"But we are really worried because after getting him fit it is likely that we could lose him again if he is selected for the Olympics. This is a big problem – we prepare him and then he goes away with the national team.

"This season is very important for him. In his first season he was settling in but this time he has more experience and we are looking for him to give something from the beginning, so it is really important for him to start working with his team."

Should Babel be called up to represent his country at the Beijing summer games, that would mean missing the first four weeks of the Premiership season, and the start of Liverpool’s Champions League campaign.

Fifa rules state that each country can take three over-age players and should Babel decide to accept the call-up, there will be nothing Rafa Benitez can do to stop him.

The Olympic Games start on August 8 and run to August 24, but Babel would need to join up with the Dutch squad two weeks in advance for a training camp.

Valencia Have To Sell Villa Or Silva


Spain-based journalist Graham Hunter told Sky Sports News of the dire financial reality that faces Valencia, and explained why Liverpool signing David Villa would not necessarily be all that great for Fernando Torres..


Los Che endured a miserable season in La Liga - coming dangerously close to relegation - and also finished bottom of their Champions League group and faced elimination from Europe outright.

They won the Copa del Rey, but it proved scant consolation for coach Ronald Koeman, whose disaster reign came to an end towards the end of the season when the club wielded the axe.

The club have amassed immense debts and Hunter, speaking exclusively to Sky Sports News, believes that the club will categorically have to sell at least one of their two major stars, David Villa or David Silva.

"Valencia, the club that Rafa knows so well, are €360 million in debt, without the way of getting out of debt that they were relying on," said Hunter.

"They're selling the stadium, they've invested money in players that's gone really, really badly and they were counting on their insurance policy.

"They do need to sell players. Either Silva or Villa need to go this summer in order to clear the debt.

"Valencia are not sustainable in their current position and as such, if there's a deal in the offing - whether it's Silva or Villa I don't know - there needs to be a sale."

Hunter then opened the floor to a potential Liverpool move, recalling that coach Rafael Benitez had attempted to lure the striker to Spain in 2004 before he was eventually snapped up by his former club, Valencia.

"And Liverpool, remember, were the first to try and get David Villa out of Spain when he moved from Zaragoza to Valencia," continued Hunter.

"Rafa Benitez tried to sign him then; long before Crouch and Torres were even heard of at Anfield, and this was the guy that Rafa Benitez first wanted to bring into Anfield as his first Spanish signing."

However, Hunter had words of caution for starry-eyed Kopites hoping for a dream partnership between Villa and Torres, explaining that though their relationship off the pitch is as good as can be, on it, their chemistry does not always result in the Liverpool ace grabbing the goals as freely as he did for Liverpool in his debut season.

"They certainly get on as individual guys, but there is a potential detriment to what we saw [from] Fernando Torres last season," he explained.

"It was interesting to hear the way that Fernando Torres talked in a really professional, grown-up way about having to subjegate himself as the striker to provide for David Villa when in theory, the number 9 was Fernando Torres for Spain and David Villa was the guy that was supposed to link midfield and the supply to Fernando Torres.

"It didn't work like that at all. Torres definitely was the one given the donkey-work to do; the work that he expressly said at the end of the season with Liverpool he was delighted not to be doing anymore.

"He wanted to be the point of attack who was bringing all the goals. He felt - in fact, he said expressly - Dirk Kuyt does the work of three men for me at Liverpool; that's why I'm given space, that's why there are channels for Stevie Gerrard to play the ball into my path, that's why I'm scoring so many goals.

"If the two were reunited at Liverpool, I have to say that we would see a completely different Fernando Torres. Maybe that would be good for the team, because it's not about signing the best goal-scorer in the Premier League for Liverpool, for the fans and Rafa Benitez.

"It's obviously about winning cups and principally the Premier League. So, the Villa-Torres partnership might well be excellent for Liverpool, but it would certainly be, if not detrimental for Fernando Torres, it would change his style of football."

Liverpool fans: what do you think? Would Liverpool be a good signing, or are the Reds better off getting the best out of Fernando Torres?

Should Villa Join The Rafalution?


After David Villa's impressive performances for Spain at Euro 2008, many expect him to leave cash-strapped Valencia, despite his willingness to stay. Would Anfield be a suitable destination?


18 League titles, five European Cups, and seven FA and League Cup trophies make pretty impressive reading for a club regarded as the most successful in the history of English football.

Sadly, you would have to be a 'Liverfool', to think that such great accolades can carry a club through a barren spell that shows an astonishing 18-year gap since their last league trophy triumph back in 1990.

The introduction of Rafa Benitez in 2004 promised major change and looked an astute appointment, given that the Spaniard had tasted domestic success with Valencia in 2002, guiding them to their first La Liga title in thirty-one-years.

Benitez dispelled any claims of being a one-hit-wonder when he achieved an historic La Liga and UEFA Cup double in 2004, before resigning as coach over transfer rumblings of discontent with the Valencia board - where he once famously proclaimed 'I asked for a table and they bought me a lampshade.'

It would be mighty interesting if Liverpool were to table a bid for the Spanish sensation that is David Villa.

A 'lampshade' in return would hardly suffice, as Liverpool already have the luckless Andriy Voronin and the underwhelming Dirk Kuyt – who many fans are sure is not 'Kuyt' up to the job of scoring the goals that will take Liverpool to the top of the Premiership.

Bring on the superstar that is Villa; undoubtedly the scene-stealer at Euro 2008, before having to bow out through injury. The hat-trick against Russia was merely a warm-up act for the supreme cool he showed to slot in the winner against Sweden in the last minute of injury time.

The 26-year-old Valencia striker's greatest quality is his composure in the box; where other strikers feel the heat and shoot with the heart – David Villa has all the time in the world, to navigate through the flurry of desperate lunges and reckless elbows before slotting the ball home.

Just picture this salivating scenario; David Villa and Fernando Torres playing up-front in a title decider against Manchester United in a packed Anfield with the Kop at full tilt.

A sea of collective jaws drop at the intensity of Liverpool's attacking football and neat inter-play, Liverpool's midfield is full of gusto and fluid passing movements, that leave the likes of Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand wandering aimlessly, much like Titus Bramble did during his days at Newcastle United.

An alternative scenario could involve Villa and Torres struggling for 90 minutes, as they receive little or no service from an overly defensive midfield, that prefers to play neat passing triangles in their own half, before venturing forward incrementally while the Kop derides them for their lack of guile and adventure.

Given the lack of quality on the wings, the latter scenario is more of a likelihood. That is unless you wish to classify Jermaine Pennant as a 'quality' winger.

The ex-Arsenal child prodigy has failed to produce the technically sound crossing ability he consistently showed at Birmingham City under the tutelage of Steve Bruce.

If Pennant is wide-of the-mark, where does that leave the incredibly right-footed left-wing wonder that is Ryan Babel?

The 21-year-old Dutchman arrived at Anfield with a strong pedigree having learned his trade at Ajax. A transfer fee of £11.5 million left supporters with little doubt of the quality he was likely to produce – not another Mark Gonzalez? Surely not...

If you thought Chelsea's Joe Cole was predictable when cutting in from the left hand side,to switch to his right, before shipping in a cross, think again.

Ryan Babel never seems to touch the ball with his left foot, for fear of it falling off. The flying Dutchman avoids the left by-line as if it was paved with burning embers. As a result, the lack of left-sided crosses is a key weakness in Liverpool's attack last season.

Such technical flaws are a key reason for Liverpool's attacking imbalance on the pitch. Steven Gerrard's dubious form of the last two seasons is surely a consequence of him covering too much of the pitch and trying to be a winger, striker and midfielder. No-one at Manchester United would dare steal Ronaldo's thunder when in possession of the ball.

Sadly such goings-on, happen with increasing regularity at Liverpool, as high calibre players such as Gerrard, Mascherano and Torres, have to mingle with less proven talents such as Lucas, Voronin, Crouch and Babel.

To think that the dream ticket of Torres and Villa, would lead to more goals is also a claim full of hot air.

It was no clearly no coincidence that Spain's Euro 2008 campaign underwent a rebirth when David Villa's exit paved the way for Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas.

Despite the quality on offer from Xavi and Iniesta, Villa and Torres hardly laid claim to being the next Romario and Bebeto. If anything Torres seemed more subdued in his performances while Villa stole the spotlight on more than one occasion.

Such lack of chemistry could be down to the complexities of playing a quarterly knock-out tournament, or a basic unfamiliarity of playing side by side on a regular basis like they would have had they played domestically.

Another more compelling reason is that Villa like all good strikers likes to lead the line – playing further up the pitch and harassing defenders, and thus reducing 'El Nino' to nothing more than a gust of wind.

If anything Benitez could be leading his very own Spanish Armada at Anfield.

Spending consistently on a mixture of the very good; read Javier Mascherano, Fernando Torres and the downright turgid; read Yossi Benayoun, Dirk Kuyt, perhaps it would be wise to advise Rafa that his prospective fleet is not fit to take the title challenge to the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea or for that matter Arsenal.

History tells us that the Spanish Armada set sail with grand ambitions to invade and conquer, but fell afoul due to coming up against some real fire power which exposed a weak underbelly, that resulted in defeat and humiliation.

David Villa should take note and decide whether the right man is at the helm of Liverpool FC. If he ever did put pen to paper, he may even find himself warming the bench, faster than you can say Peter Crouch.

Alonso Distances Himself Further Away From Juventus

Liverpool's Xabi Alonso has distanced himself further away from a move to Juventus by insisting that he wants to remain at Anfield to win the Premier League.The Old Lady has been keen on the Spanish international but they have failed to reach an agreement with the Merseysiders over his fee.

The Reds have held out for as long as possible in an attempt to scupper interest from the Serie A giants and it seems to have worked as Alonso has declared that he wants to stay in England.

“Everyone treats me so well here,” said Alonso.

“There are a few stories over a possible transfer but I would prefer not to talk about my future.

“I want to win the Premier League as that is the only trophy which is missing.”

Reports claim that the Bianconeri had offered €20.5m for the midfielder and it seems as if that is going to be their final offer.

The Italian club have started to look elsewhere for a midfielder and thus Alonso’s move to Serie A is moving further away as time goes by.

The Best Diver...





While diving, for the most part, had just a singular purpose as recent as the EURO 2008, it has increasingly become a tool to kill the opposition’s counter-attacks...

Gotta say that PORTUGAL takes the cake on diving this year, with Ronaldog leading the way by a landslide.
Ronaldog is the biggest diver ever, and yes it does ruin the beautiful game cause no one wants to see him on the floor supposedly in pain, then suddenly back up again like nothing ever happened.




Torres Thanks Rafa & Gerrard


The man who scored the winning goal for Spain in last week's Euro 2008 final, Fernando Torres, has said that Rafael Benitez and Steven Gerrard have helped him become a European champion.

Torres enjoyed an outstanding first season at Liverpool, scoring 33 goals, and was a star in Spain's thrilling European Championship success.

He he cites pressure on him from Benitez and the inspiring example set by Gerrard as key factors in his memorable year.

Torres claims the insistent demand from compatriot Benitez to improve his game helped drive him to new peaks following his move from Atletico Madrid a year ago.

"After you score 20, Benitez is at you during the next training session and stays on top of you all day, all week," Torres told Champions magazine.

"I want to progress in life, not relax, not be complacent, and you need someone close to you telling you to keep at it. It is impossible to do it otherwise.

"We don't always fancy someone that close but, in the long term, I am sure that everybody will thank him for it."

And Torres also acknowledged the impact that Gerrard has had on him. The Spain star has been particularly impressed by the way Gerrard handles the pressures of being a high-profile player.

"He's always under tremendous pressure to perform and everyone looks to him to show leadership, to lift the team," Torres said.

"He's a great example, and those of us who have been in a similar situation know how difficult it is to handle.

"It's incredible the way he carries himself regardless of what is going on around him. I'd love to be captain of another team one day and Steve has shown me how to be a great leader."

Liverpool, Juventus Chase Meira

Liverpool and Juventus have signalled their intention to sign VfB Stuttgart defender Fernando Meira, his agent has claimed

Liverpool, Juventus Chase Meira


The Portuguese international has been an ever-present figure for Stuttgart since he joined from Benfica in 2002, having been named as team captain in 2006.

It is understood that Meira has made no secret of his interest in a new challenge after six years of play with the German outfit, who finished in 6th place in Bundesliga.

The player's agent, Roger Wittman, claims that Stuttgart have agreed to let the player leave in the close-season in case an offer from a big club is made.

"As soon as the player is on the transfer list, everything will happen very fast. There is always interest in a player with his qualities," Wittman told Stuttgarter Zeitung.

Wittman further added that Liverpool and Juventus are both keeping tabs on his client.

Meira, 30, has 50 international caps to his name and joined Stuttgart for a fee of 7.5 million euros.

Top Ten Transfers Of The Summer (July 2)

The factors taken into acocunt are

(a) form over the last 12 months,
(b) potential, and
(c) transfer fee involved.

There are three new entries this week, and the ones who drop out of the list are:

(a) Aaron Ramsey,
(b) Mirko Vucinic, and
(c) Martin Caceres.

10. Tomas Ujfalusi
(Fiorentina to Atletico Madrid)
Last Week: 7

At long last, Atleti have made a good defensive signing. They were in denial last summer when they failed to take concrete steps, but have landed just the man to lead their defence upon their return to the Champions League after over a decade. That he comes for free makes it even better.

9. Hatem Ben Arfa (Lyon to Marseille)
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Marseille will lose Samir Nasri to Arsenal in the coming days, but have managed to land the perfect replacement in the man Arsene Wenger had his sights on to start with. What is more, they can keep him for a year or two, and make a cool 8-10 million profit.

8. Alberto Gilardino
(Milan to Fiorentina)
Last Week: 6

On the face of it, it looks like the Viola have signed an unhappy, out of form striker. However, that was just what Adrian Mutu's move from Juventus looked like not so long ago. The fans will help him forget Milan in a hurry, and rediscover the striker that wowed Calcio when at Parma. The partnership with Mutu can be backed to produce some special moments in the Champions League.

7. Seydou Keita (Sevilla to Barcelona)
Last Week: 5

The best signing Barcelona have made this season, particularly in light of the way their soft underbelly was exposed on the road last season. With him partnering Yaya Toure in the middle, it will ensure that the likes of Andres Iniesta and Lionel Messi do not get bullied, and also get the full license to thrill. 15 million euros worth their value.

6. Ezequiel Garay (Racing Santander to Real Madrid)
Last Week: 4

What a capture! Barcelona seemed to have him in the bag, but hesitated a little too much as they waited for Frank Rijkaard to leave and a new coach to take charge. Madrid managed to snatch Sergio Ramos a few years ago, and what a signing that has turned out to be. This one may be no different.

5. Deco (Barcelona to Chelsea)
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On the wrong side of 30, a first look suggests that he is past it, but nothing could be further from the truth. There is a fire that burns in him as we saw during Euro 2008, and he has a lot more to give to football. He is not what Frank Lampard is, as he will never score as many goals. But then, he is also everything Lampard is not. Superb creativity, a great eye for the game, and an ability to run the show that has seen him win the Champions League with two different clubs. Finally, Chelsea have a player who can orchestrate the pleasing football their owner wants. With Ballack and Essien set to play around him, it will be an ominous midfield.

4. Amauri (Palermo to Juventus)
Last Week: 3

The Brazilian-Italian striker made it to number three after earning himself a long overdue move to a top four club, but now slips down to four. He has already shown his potential with Palermo, and the prospect of him getting some top quality service from the Juve midfield is simply mouth-watering. Champions League, here he comes.

3. Daniel Alves (Sevilla to Barcelona)
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Chelsea, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester United – these are just some of the clubs that have queued up for him over the last 18 months or so. However, it is Barcelona who land him after some difficult negotiations with Sevilla. Perhaps a touch overpriced at 30 million euros (he would have been number one on this list at 20m), but then again, he is the best attacking full-back this world has seen since Roberto Carlos.

2. Luka Modric (Dinamo Zagreb to Tottenham)
Last Week: 2

The hottest young Croatian was snapped up by Spurs despite the interest of clubs such as Barcelona and Chelsea, and what a signing it has already turned out to be. Looks set to become the jewel in Juande Ramos' midfield next season. He remains number two on our list.

1. Mathieu Flamini
(Arsenal to Milan)
Last Week: 1

The underrated Frenchman was one of Arsenal's best players last season, and Milan's signing of him is most definitely the biggest coup of the summer thus far. That it was a free transfer makes it even better.

Young Torres [Atletico Madrid vs Milan 1996]

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Kewell signs two-year contract with Galatasaray


ISTANBUL (AFP) - Former Liverpool star Harry Kewell on Saturday signed a two-year contract with Turkish champions Galatasaray, describing his move as a "new chapter" after five injury-stricken years at Anfield.

The Australian international said he chose Galatasaray after speaking to club officials about their plans for the team and having seen Turkey's improving performance in international football competitions.

"For me it was a decision not to think about anything except my football. I want to enjoy my football and I think this is the place where I can come and enjoy my football," the 29-year-old winger told a televised news conference.

Kewell, who has battled a series of injuries over the past few years, has been available on a free transfer since he was released by Liverpool at the end of his contract.

"You could say it is a new chapter," Kewell said when queried over his move from Anfield to Istanbul.

"I wanted to move on and I think this is the best way to move on," he added.

Kewell, who was welcomed by throngs of supporters on arrival in Istanbul, said he was excited to have joined a club with a passionate fan base.

"I know that that fans are passionate about sport and I love that," he said. "I can't wait to get more of it."

During his time with Leeds, Kewell played against Galatasaray in the UEFA Cup semi-final in 2000, when he was sent off.

The move to Galatasaray has ended any possibility of Kewell playing for Australia at the Beijing Olympics.

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