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EIN TOTAL SCHANDE WAS HEUTE LIVERPOOL FC BESITZER UEBER RAFAEL BENITEZ GESAGT HAT

Startbeitrag von Graham aus Liverpool am 23.11.2007 19:02

EIN ABSOLUT SCHANDE WAS DIE CO-BESITZER TOM HICKS HAT GEGEN MANAGER RAFAEL BENITEZ HEUTE VON AMERIKA GESAGT. DER HAT KEINE AHNUNG UND DER BRAUCHT GANZ SCHNELL ZU LERNEN DASS SOWAS SAGT MAN NICHT UND ES IST BESTIMMT NICHT "THE LIVERPOOL WAY".

JETZT IST ES MOEGLICH DAS RAFA GEHT UND FUER UNS WAR DAS EIN TOTAL KATASTROPHE. BENITEZ BRAUCHT IN DIE JANUAR "TRANSFER WINDOW" MEHR GELD UM WEITERE TOP SPIELER ZU KAUFEN.

DIE AMERIKANER BESITZER HICKS UND GILLETTE VERTAUE ICH UEBERHAUPT NICHT, SCHRECKLICH WAS HEUTE PASSIERT IST.

DIE AMERIKANER BRAUCHEN SCHNELL ZU LERNEN DAS BENITEZ IST VON DIE LIVERPOOL SUPPORTERS SEHR VERLIEBT UND DIE SOLLEN IHM MIT TOTAL RESPEKT BENEHMEN.

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BENITEZ BRAUCHT IN DIE JANUAR "TRANSFER WINDOW" MEHR GELD UM WEITERE TOP SPIELER ZU KAUFEN


Rafa Benitez’s transfer history

IN

Josemi £2m
Antonio Nunez £2m
Xabi Alonso £10.7m
Luis Garcia £6m
Mauricio Pellegrino Free
Fernando Morientes £6.5m
Scott Carson £750,000
Antonio Baragan Compensation fee
Jose Reina £6m
Mohammed Sissoko £5.6m
Boudewijn Zenden Free
Peter Crouch £7m
Jack Hobbs £750,000
Godwin Anti Free
Miquel Roque Free
Jan Kromkamp Swop for Josemi
Paul Anderson Swop for John Welsh
Daniel Agger £5.8m
Craig Bellamy £6m
Gabriel Paletta £2m
Mark Gonzalez £4.5m
Fabio Aurelio Free
Jermaine Pennant £6.7m
Dirk Kuyt £9m
Alvaro Arbeloa £2.64m
Andriy Voronin Free
Lucas Leiva £6m
Sebastien Leto £1.5m
Fernando Torres £20m
Yossi Benayoun £5m
Ryan Babel £11m
Charles Itandje Free

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£127.44m

OUT

Danny Murphy £2.5m
Michael Owen £8m
Vladimir Smicer Free
El Hadji Diouf Undisclosed fee
Mauricio Pellegrino Free
Alou Diarra £2m
Gregory Vignal Free
Jon Otsemobor Free
Milan Baros £6.5m
Josemi Swop for Jan Kromkamp
John Welsh Swop for Paul Anderson
Fernando Morientes £3m
Dietmar Hamann Free
Bruno Cheyrou Free
Djimi Traore £2m
Neil Mellor Free
Jan Kromkamp £1.5m
Darren Potter £200,000
Steve Warnock £2.5m
Salif Diao Free
Luis Garcia £4m
Mark Gonzalez £3.5m
Djibril Cisse £8m
Craig Bellamy £7.5m
Jerzy Dudek Free

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£51.2m



von Oliver Kahles - am 23.11.2007 20:14
My message to Messrs Hicks & Gillett

Someone from the Liverpool FC heirarchy need to, with immediate urgency inform Messrs Tom Hicks and George Gillette that spurting out inane and disrespectful comments about Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez while sitting in a plush office the other side of the Atlantic is NOT THE LIVERPOOL WAY.
The co-owners need to recognize and quickly that Benitez is already a legend at Anfield as befits a manager who has taken the club to 2 Champions League finals in just 3 short seasons, as well as taking the club to FA Cup success and European Super cup success.

I, like many liverpool supporters, do not trust these new American owners and the statements coming from Hicks today in the States are nothing short of outrageous and totally disrepectful to say the least.
Messrs Hicks and Gillette, if they do not change their ways and stop treating the manager with contempt will soon feel the full backlash of the Liverpool fans' wrath at their next visit to Anfield on 15 December 2007 versus Manchester United.
When you have the most tactically astute manager in europe at the helm, you back him to the hilt, financially and every other way.

If this escapade were to force Rafa out of Anfield, it would set Liverpool Football Club back 5 years with a new man coming in and wanting his own players and probably a new 5 year plan.
In the summer, when you consider the outgoings as well as the players brought in, Benitez has only spent net approximately £20M, hardly a fortune for a club of Liverpool's worldwide standing.

My message to Messrs Hicks and Gillette is quit making absurd statements while in the USA and get off your backsides and back the greatest manager this club has had since Bob Paisley in 1983.
Lose Rafa and you will soon see that your honeymoon period with the Liverpool supporters will well and truly be finished, and the backlash won't be a very pleasant sight. IN RAFA WE TRUST. Graham Agg

von Graham aus Liverpool - am 23.11.2007 20:49
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Gruss, Graham


von Graham aus Liverpool - am 24.11.2007 19:09
Zitat
Lose Rafa and you will soon see that your honeymoon period with the Liverpool supporters will well and truly be finished, and the backlash won't be a very pleasant sight. IN RAFA WE TRUST.


Stimme 100% zu, sie wären überrascht was für eine Reaktion es auslösen würde wenn Benitez wirklich geht oder gegangen wird.

Am Mittwoch wirds voraussichtlich einen Protestmarsch vom Sandon Pub zum Anfield car park geben..........und wenn er wirklich stattfindet werde ich auf jeden Fall dabei sein.

Unser Manager braucht uns!

von SpionKop - am 26.11.2007 11:35

Benitez wants to call Reds truce

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez wants to reconcile his differences with club owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett, BBC Sport understands.

But the Spaniard's attempts at a truce may be too late after he openly criticised the duo for holding up his transfer plans.

Hicks and Gillett have said they will meet with Benitez in mid-December.

A source close to Benitez told the Liverpool Echo newspaper: "Rafa loves it at Liverpool."
The source said Benitez would not walk away from Anfield adding: "He loves the people of the city, he loves the fans and he loves the club. All he wants is what's best for the fans - he gets frustrated when he feels he's not able to do that.

"But he is happy with Tom and George owning the club and he has enjoyed working with them since he came and he has no problem working with (chief executive) Rick (Parry).
"All he wants is to be able to continue the job that he's started so he can continue improving the squad in a bid to deliver the title he knows Tom, George and Rick want just as badly as he does.

"The manager has got a few transfers that he wants to get done, one in January and two Bosmans in the summer but it looks like he is going to miss out on the first one now.

"That frustrated him because the first one was a centre half, a position he feels we really need back-up in.

"The frustration stems from the fact that communication has been so difficult with everyone being so far apart and in different time zones.

"But the fans should be reassured Rafa has no plans of walking away. He loves it here and his family are settled on Merseyside." The Reds need to win their last two Champions League games, starting against Porto on Wednesday, to progress to the knockout stages and earn the financial rewards that would follow.

Hicks and Gillett will hold talks with Benitez when the club's position is clearer on this front but it has been made clear where Benitez stands in terms of his future at Anfield.

"Rafa only wants to work for Liverpool," added the source. "It wasn't that long ago that Rafa was thanking Tom, George and Rick for the work that they had done to bring Fernando Torres to Liverpool.
"He is still grateful for that and hopes that there has been no lasting damage done.

"He is hoping this situation can be resolved."

BBC Sport's chief football writer Phil McNulty believes the situation may never be resolved.

"I think his position is very fragile," he said.

"Clearly Benitez is very frustrated by the lack of activity in the transfer market.

"There seems to be have been a very clear breakdown in relations between the owners and Benitez."

Hicks and Gillett released a statement on the club's official website late on Sunday to dampen speculation about Benitez's position.

"Despite speculation there is nothing new to say," said the statement.

"We had a good win on Saturday and have got some very important games coming up starting with Porto on Wednesday, followed by Bolton and Reading, before Marseille and Manchester United in a few weeks.

"Both of us, together with chief executive Rick Parry, plan to meet with Rafa when we come over mid-December to make decisions on the team's requirements at that time."

von Oliver Kahles - am 26.11.2007 15:26

Re: Benitez wants to call Reds truce

Zitat

Am Mittwoch wirds voraussichtlich einen Protestmarsch vom Sandon Pub zum Anfield car park geben..........und wenn er wirklich stattfindet werde ich auf jeden Fall dabei sein.



GLAUBEN SIE MIR, DAS WIRD 100% WIRKLICH STATTFINDET...................

von Graham aus Liverpool - am 26.11.2007 22:58
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