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Vastaus #25 : 06.04.2006 klo 09:32:22

Justiinsa kahveella ollessa kuulin, että Ryanair aloittaa suorat lennot tampereelta - liverpooliin.
Kyl teil on helppoo. ;D :olut:
Onhan tuo loistava uutinen!!! Tuskinpa tämä kovin huono uutinen maunoilijoillekaan on, eihän kaupunkien välimatka mikään ylitsepääsemätön ole. Täytyyköhän tässä harkita Tampereelle muuttoa kohtapuoliin..?

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Vastaus #26 : 06.04.2006 klo 09:36:58

Ihan mukava uutinen. Halvimmillaan pääsee kolmellakympillä, ei mikään paha hinta.  Ylos

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Vastaus #27 : 06.04.2006 klo 18:48:17

Ihan hyvä juttu, viime kertainen reissu RyanAirilla ei häikäissyt, mutta kai sillä pystyy tuollaisen matkan helposti lentämään. Vielä kun halvalla pääsee, vaan ei taida allekirjoittanut lähteä vielä vähään aikaa, kun ei ole täysi-ikäinen. Ehkä sitten joskus, mutta kuitenkin ollaan Lontoossa käyty katsomassa pari matsia, mm. Fulham - Liverpool QPR:n stadikalla.

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Vastaus #28 : 06.04.2006 klo 20:06:52

Ihan hyvä juttu, viime kertainen reissu RyanAirilla ei häikäissyt, mutta kai sillä pystyy tuollaisen matkan helposti lentämään. Vielä kun halvalla pääsee, vaan ei taida allekirjoittanut lähteä vielä vähään aikaa, kun ei ole täysi-ikäinen. Ehkä sitten joskus, mutta kuitenkin ollaan Lontoossa käyty katsomassa pari matsia, mm. Fulham - Liverpool QPR:n stadikalla.

Minkälainen se viime kertainen reissu sitten oli?  Niin nyt olisi sitten Tampereelta-Liverpoolin 21 euron lentoja saatavilla. Minnekköhän se lento sitten siellä menee, koska kun Lontooseen menee niin se lento suuntautuu sinne aika kaukana olevalle kentälle, mikä tietenkin aiheuttaa lisäkuluja.

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Vastaus #29 : 06.04.2006 klo 20:11:25

Minnekköhän se lento sitten siellä menee

John Lennon Airport :olut:

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Vastaus #30 : 15.04.2006 klo 09:57:48

John Aldridge: "Whenever I think of Hillsborough I am drawn to the story of young Lee Nicol from Bootle. Lee was fourteen but looked about ten. He reminded me of my son, Paul. Lee was in the middle of the crush at Leppings Lane but was still alive when he was pulled out. I went to see him in hospital. He looked a lovely kid. As he lay there in a coma, I whispered words into his ears. I asked the doctor about his chances of recovery. 'He's clinically dead, John,' he said. I hadn't realised how badly he was injured. That news ripped into me. My heart went out to Lee's family, decent people who didn't deserve to be victims of such a tragedy."


Kenny: " One morning, before everyone was in, I went out on to the pitch and tied my children’s teddy bears around a goalpost at the Kop end. The goals, the pitch and the whole Kop were covered in flowers, scarves and tributes. I remember describing it as the ‘saddest and most beautiful sight’ I had ever seen. It really was like that. It was sad because of the reason whey the tributes were there, but it was magnificent to see them.

On the Friday night, after everybody had gone, I walked through the Kop with Kelly, Paul and Marina’s dad, Pat. Paul looked at all the tributes, the flowers, the scarves and said: ‘Why did it have to happen to us?’ Kelly, Paul and I stood at the back of the Kop with tears falling down our faces. Walking through the Kop was so emotional. A lot of tributes had been left by people in the place where their loved one had stood. People who had lost the person they stood next to to watch games would leave something special in remembrance. Seeing two oranges left beside one of the barriers really moved me. It was difficult not to weep on coming across little tributes like that. They were so insignificant and yet so full of meaning. Perhaps the two people took it in turn to bring oranges to matches, something to share at half-time. That really got to me. I wondered whether the person who laid the oranges ever returned to the Kop. I came across somebody’s boots, left there by his mourning family. Everywhere I walked there were endless messages, each of which embodied someone else’s grief. It was so difficult to pass through.

"The shameful allegations intensified the anger amidst the trauma. We spent the week consoling the bereaved and attending funerals. On the Saturday we held a service at Anfield. At six minutes past three there was a minute’s silence across the country. Then everyone at Anfield sang ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone.’ We tied scarves between Anfield and Goodison. We just wanted to show the unity existing on Merseyside. The following day, there was a final service on the pitch. It was really quiet, just the wind rustling the scarves tied to the crossbar. When somebody shouted out ‘We all loved you,’ we all broke down."


Alan Hansen " have heard people say that they should now ‘let it go’ and ‘get on with their lives’, a view that stems partly from the massive changes that have taken place in English football as a result of Hillsborough. But for the tragedy, and the Taylor Report in January 1990, which enforced the transformation of British football grounds into all-seat stadiums, it is possible that the long history of stadium neglect, and spectators treated as turnstile fodder, would have continued. The new-style British club stadiums, which are among the most impressive in the world for safety standards and facilities, have made it easier for clubs to be better run, and therefore improve the quality of their football. However, though a great deal of water has passed under the bridge since Hillsborough, my attitude to those who feel that the HFSG should now forget its grievances is, ‘It’s easy for you to talk – you didn’t loose anyone.’

"Had I lost someone, I would never have let it go."


John Barnes: "The tributes were not just at Anfield. I walked into Stanley Park and saw all the Everton scarves tied together. They stretched from Goodison Park to Anfield, a symbol of the unity between the two clubs. All football fans were united in their grief. Even those from Manchester United sent gestures of sympathy. Every fan had reason to mourn."


"Running in the wind
Playing happy families
Let in unaware
Having children, getting by
Tears from my eye, I cry, I cry
The virgin in me
Halted in its tracks
The person in me
Buried in Sheffield
Fascinated by spirits
And all I want is some justice
Respect is everything
But sometimes never enough
People aren't too honest
But be a good boy and make me proud
We'll live through you
Make you what I never was
So free in the wind
Running in the sea
Being free like you not me
Noises, screams, photos, cries
This is life, is it fate
You live, you learn, you die
You'll learn, all lessons from past
You laugh, you learn
You cry, you learn
Respect is all, tell me what you know
You pray, you learn
You live, you learn
Please don't block your tears
We are the sweet crusaders."


Red Ped:
"H is for Hillsborough,Heysel and Hell
His for half time, happy as well
H is for Heaving,
His breatH and His Heart
H is the finisH but isn't in start
H ends crusH and H ends enougH
H starts the Heaven in skies up above
H is for Heavy, in ligHt and in weigHt
THere's no H in early and no H in late
There's no H in open and no H in gate
There's a big H in pusH but missing from mate
No H in escape no H in set free
There's no H in living or in let it be
Two H's in HillsborougH, more tHan enougH
No H in Justice, not good enougH."


Scouse Ste:
"96 souls have passed away,
On a morbid April day,
Asphyxiated, crushed to death,
At Hillsborough, they drew their final breath.

What went on that fateful day?
All those bodies turning grey,
Old and young, there for the FA Cup,
It isn’t right; it’s fucked up.

The papers over the next few weeks,
Headlines too sick to speak,
Said we were pissed, that we’d robbed our own,
No pity for the 96, who never came home.

This was shite, I was there.
Leppings Lane, the worst nightmare.
Crushed and squashed, my skin turned blue,
I was lucky, I escaped, my mates too.

I have a memory of this young lad,
Up against the fence, without his Dad,
I picked him up, and over the fence,
Emergency services, acting without sense.

Those fucking police, it was all their fault,
Duckenfield, in hell you’ll rot.
You liar, you cheat, you filthy rat,
If I saw you know, Id kill you.

And as for the S*n, SPIT, SPIT, SPIT.
McKensie I HATE YOU, you fucking shit,
You lied you cunt, no apology,
When you die, Ill dance with glee.

That’s the end, thanks for reading.
I don’t know where this all is leading,
I guess my final message is,
JUSTICE and RIP the 96."


"I focus on a white cloud in the sky.
It fades to darkness and a peaceful quiet descends
A warm comforting wave folds over my body

I'm floating, spinning, am I flying ?
Where am I going? why cant I see?
I think something's happening but I'm not scared
Was I watching the reds? No, it must be a dream

But Brucie was looking right at me! I could swear it. He was pointing and shouting
Why was he doing that and not playing?, I'll ask me dad later
Where is me dad? wasn't he standing next to me?
I wonder where he's gone to?

I look around and there's me Granddad
This isn't right I MUST be asleep I came with me dad I remember I did!
"Alright son don't worry now your Nan and me are here for ya"

I sense, but don't panic, I don't feel anything but warmth inside,

I know. I know I understand now its clear
I look around and see mum and dad in the front room holding each other and crying,

I understand

I'm with my granddad now, "Come on son lets go"
I understand at last, but I don't know why."


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Colin Mark Ashcroft (19)
James Gary Aspinall (18)
Kester Roger Marcus Ball (16)
Gerard Bernard Patrick Baron (67)
Simon Bell (17)
Barry Sidney Bennett (26)
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David William Birtle (22)
Tony Bland (22)
Paul David Brady (21)
Andrew Mark Brookes (26)
Carl Brown (18)
David Steven Brown (25)
Henry Thomas Burke (47)
Peter Andrew Burkett (24)
Paul William Carlile (19)
Raymond Thomas Chapman (50)
Gary Christopher Church (19)
Joseph Clark (29)
Paul Clark (18)
Gary Collins (22)
Stephen Paul Copoc (20)
Tracey Elizabeth Cox (23)
James Philip Delaney (19)
Christopher Barry Devonside (18)
Christopher Edwards (29)
Vincent Michael Fitzsimmons (34)
Thomas Steven Fox (21)
Jon-Paul Gilhooley (10)
Barry Glover (27)
Ian Thomas Glover (20)
Derrick George Godwin (24)
Roy Harry Hamilton (34)
Philip Hammond (14)
Eric Hankin (33)
Gary Harrison (27)
Stephen Francis Harrison (31)
Peter Andrew Harrison (15)
David Hawley (39)
James Robert Hennessy (29)
Paul Anthony Hewitson (26)
Carl Darren Hewitt (17)
Nicholas Michael Hewitt (16)
Sarah Louise Hicks (19)
Victoria Jane Hicks (15)
Gordon Rodney Horn (20)
Arthur Horrocks (41)
Thomas Howard (39)
Thomas Anthony Howard (14)
Eric George Hughes (42)
Alan Johnston (29)
Christine Anne Jones (27)
Gary Philip Jones (18)
Richard Jones (25)
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John McBrien (18)
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Alan McGlone (28)
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Vastaus #31 : 15.04.2006 klo 10:05:00

Anne Williamsin, jonka poika Kevin oli yksi 96:sta, kirjoittama runo. Hiljaiseksi vetää.


It was Friday night when we said no Sheffield was to far for Kevin to go, he went in a sulk he looked so sad, " Kevin studies hard let him go" said dad. On condition Kevin catches the police escort train to take him safely to the game.

Kevin entered the ground at 1.30.pm that day to get his spec to watch Liverpool play. First Kevin went into pen 4 then he changed to pen 3, where he found a better place to see.

The first mistake the police made that day was to let he fans build up that way. Police should have been posted at the turnstiles, to lead the fans in, in single file. The second mistake was to open the big blue gate, without letting the police know inside the ground, the had no commander the inquiry found.

The fans were let in they did not know were to go, they made for the tunnel they did not know, that there would be danger at the other end and somebody might loose a friend.

Kevin stood in his pen waiting for the match to begin, he was happy nothing was worrying him, a surge came it caused some pain it eased off, Kevin and Andrew where alright again. Kevin turned to Andrew and said "its getting a bit packed in here" poor little boy was full of fear, a second surge came, Andrew never saw Kevin alive again.

Fans getting crushed shouting and crying, "open the gates people are dying in here" the police ignored them, the fans began to shout and jeer, the police pretended they did not hear. The police smacked the fans hands off the wire cages, help did not come for ages and ages. The police pushed the fans back into their pen, little children and grown up men.

The fans who stood by gated 4 and 3 began to shout began to plea, Grobbelaar Grobbelaar open the gates let us out before it is to late. They tried to blame the fans they lied, only for the fans many more would have died. The where fans pulling fans up to safety in the west stand, helping each other hand in hand.

The police lifted Kevin out at 3.28.pm they had left him so long it was nearly too late. The Liverpool fans carried Kevin up the pitch to the North stand hoping he would get a helping hand. Kevin lay on his back that day being sick in a bad way. The police had made a cordon in front of the stand; they would not break it to give Kevin a hand. A Liverpool fan made his way down from the stand, to see if he could help Kevin who was moving on the ground.

All around people where shouting and crying “Help my mate will yeah, don't let my mate die." They were the words that the Liverpool fans cried.

An ambulance passed the north stand at 3.37.pm the fan tried to stop if for Kevin, if it had stopped Kevin would not be in heaven. The fan who had been helping Kevin was told he had passed away, upset he left and went on his way.

The police lady came to take Kevin to the gym, “hurry I can see life in him," then she found a pulse on him, if only they had some oxygen. The police lady laid Kevin on the floor of the gym where she started to resuscitate him, Kevin started to breath again, she picked Kevin up in her arms and held him like a baby, I am so grateful to the police lady.

Kevin opened his eyes and spoke a word, at first the police lady was scared, she told me Kevin did not look at her he stared the other way "MUM” was the word she heard Kevin say. Kevin closed his eyes; he tuned grey and then blue the police lady new there was nothing else she could do. The police lady washed Kevin's face and combed his hair, the things I would have done if I had been there.

All dead by 3.15.pm is a lie at 3.55.pm that dreadful day my lovely son passed away, he died in the arms of a Special W.P.C. calling for his" MUM" perhaps Kevin thought she was me.


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Vastaus #32 : 15.04.2006 klo 10:51:03

John Lennon Airport :olut:

John Lennonilta menee bussilla keskustaan 15-20min ja maksaa pari puntaa.

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Vastaus #33 : 15.04.2006 klo 23:13:01

Real Sociedad voitti Racing Santanderin 1-0. Voittomaalin tekijänä kukas muukaan kuin Mark Gonzalez komealla tykillä boksin ulkopuolelta  Ylos

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Vastaus #34 : 15.04.2006 klo 23:36:18

Speedy on näköjään alkanut nakutteleen maaleja oikein urakalla. Onkos kukaan laskenut, että miten paljon se on niitä nyt tehnyt ja kuinka monessa pelissä?

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Vastaus #35 : 15.04.2006 klo 23:44:36

Mites tämän Gonzalezin siirtyminen Pooliin menikään? Mistä siirtyi? Kerkesikö pelata yhtään peliä ennen kuin lähti lainalle?

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Vastaus #36 : 15.04.2006 klo 23:50:34

Ei nyt tarvinnut laskea kun ihan tilastoista vilkasin. Maaleja syntynyt tällä kaudella (tai lähinnä helmikuun jälkeen) neljä kappaletta ja tämä peli oli Markille kauden yhdestoista. Yhden maalisyötönkin antanut. 7 viimeisintä peliä Mark on ollut avauksessa, sitä ennen tullut vaihdosta kehiin.

Albacetessä viime kaudella saldo oli 25 (noista 10 vaihdosta) ja tehot 5 maalia.

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Vastaus #37 : 16.04.2006 klo 03:47:52

Mites tämän Gonzalezin siirtyminen Pooliin menikään? Mistä siirtyi? Kerkesikö pelata yhtään peliä ennen kuin lähti lainalle?

Siirtyi Albacetestä kesällä, mutta ei saanut työlupaa Englantiin. Loukkaantui vakavasti ennen siirtoa ja oli sivussa kuukausia. Treenasi Liverpoolin kanssa ja tammikuussa Sociedadiin lainalle. Ensi kaudeksi työlupa pitäisi irrota ja nuorukaisen otteita päästään ihastelemaan Valioliigassa. Todella mielenkiintoinen pelaaja, josta voi kehittyä huippuluokan laituri.

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Vastaus #38 : 16.04.2006 klo 09:21:54

Ei nyt tarvinnut laskea kun ihan tilastoista vilkasin. Maaleja syntynyt tällä kaudella (tai lähinnä helmikuun jälkeen) neljä kappaletta ja tämä peli oli Markille kauden yhdestoista. Yhden maalisyötönkin antanut. 7 viimeisintä peliä Mark on ollut avauksessa, sitä ennen tullut vaihdosta kehiin.

Albacetessä viime kaudella saldo oli 25 (noista 10 vaihdosta) ja tehot 5 maalia.

sama  8)
Anfield Road

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Vastaus #39 : 16.04.2006 klo 09:43:41

Ensi kaudeksi työlupa pitäisi irrota ja nuorukaisen otteita päästään ihastelemaan Valioliigassa.

Oliko peräti niin että saa Espanjan kansallisuuden tämän kauden päätteeksi eli työlupaa ei sitten enää edes tarvitsisi?

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Suosikkijoukkue: Liverpool FC

Vastaus #40 : 16.04.2006 klo 11:17:18

Speedy on ollut kyllä ihan mukavassa vireessä, ainakin se yksi maali oli erittäin komea. Toivottovasti herra saa työluvan, kumman maan kansalainen onkaan. Speedystä voi olla paljonkin hyötyä ensi kaudella, oliko se sitten niin, että pelipaikka oli vasemmalla. Kuka nyt onkaan sitten vasemmalla laidalla, saa naama irvessä taistella paikastaan.

Löytyiskö tosta viimeisimmästä maalista videota?
Piss Artist

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Vastaus #41 : 16.04.2006 klo 12:43:07

Gonzalez jälleen vauhdissa! Eilen mies kaatoi Real Sociedadin. Näyttöjen perusteella kyseessä on hieman eri tason pelaaja kuin Antonio Nunez (kuka muistaa?).

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Vastaus #42 : 16.04.2006 klo 12:48:36

Gonzalez jälleen vauhdissa! Eilen mies kaatoi Real Sociedadin.
Tuskimpa nyt sentään, sillä Speedy on tällä hetkellä Real Sociedadin riveissä.
Piss Artist

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Vastaus #43 : 16.04.2006 klo 12:50:13

Klassikko jo syntyessään! Racing Santander siinä piti seistä.  :D
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Vastaus #44 : 16.04.2006 klo 15:14:10

Pre game info: Gerrard huilaa pikkuvamman vuoksi Blackburn-pelin. Crouchia lepuutetaan muuten vaan.
Shefki saattaa aloittaa Dickovin tilalla, kertoo BBC.

Tässä Liverpool tänään: Reina, Finnan, Warnock, Hyypia, Carragher, Sissoko, Alonso, Riise, Cisse, Fowler, Morientes. Subs - Dudek, Kromkamp, Garcia, Kewell, Traore.
« Viimeksi muokattu: 16.04.2006 klo 15:47:02 kirjoittanut Piss Artist »

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Vastaus #45 : 16.04.2006 klo 17:03:02

Fowler :olut: :olut: :olut:

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Suosikkijoukkue: Paul Scholes

Vastaus #46 : 16.04.2006 klo 17:06:44

Voi voi noita paitsiotulkintoja. Alas

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Vastaus #47 : 16.04.2006 klo 17:08:03

Hieno maali, vaikka vähän kyseenalainen olikin. Fowler pääsemässä hurjaan vireeseen. :D
gary higher

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Vastaus #48 : 16.04.2006 klo 17:28:49

"vähän" kyseenalainen.

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Vastaus #49 : 16.04.2006 klo 18:39:53

Kieltämättä mielenkiintoinen tulkinta tuossa Poolin maalissa, mutta periaatteessa ihan sääntökirjan mukaan tuomarit tuossa toimivat. Toki voidaan miettiä ikuisuuksiin asti vaikuttiko Cisse tuossa ja miten vaikutti, mutta ainakin Palloliiton futissääntökirjan mukaan peliin vaikuttaminen tarkoittaa sitä, että Cisse olisi yrittänyt palloa pelata tai jopa koskettanut. Kosketustahan ei tapahtunut ja pelaamisen Cisse lopetti heti kun tajusi tilanteen. Tulkintakysymys kyllä.

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