Cheryl Tweedy Edition – LFC to the Final
So, all Mersyside FA Cup Semifinal, something that people who grew up with the club, are used to. Sometimes I wonder how great it would be for me to be older, and well British. Then again, if you lot know me well, I’ve wanted to be British since I saw Anfield on tv when I was a kid. Sigh, the fact is that I’ll never be old enough to remember the 80′s, or British. But winning 2-1 over that other team from Liverpool is always great.
In a week where Liverpool got rid of that person who was at Spurs when Martin Jol was there, and Kenny got more power, it looked like a loss would send Kenny out the door. If you believe the crap that twitter spews then you’d be afraid. Yes the great man has been let go on some of his jobs, and isn’t immune to failure, but that suggestion is wrong. Its almost like being a Blackburn fan, just wrong. So Kenny leading us to another final in barely his first full season in charge makes me think one thing. He’s not king, he’s a freaking God. I mean come on, I know he failed to a point at Crapcastle (sorry the only thing that has ever come out of Newcastle that was good, or is really good is Cheryl Tweedy), and he didn’t do well at Celtic. However, when it comes to Liverpool the man is freaking golden.
A goal from Luis was great, but twice in a week Andy Carroll wins a game for us? See, Kenny knows all. Not that we ever doubted him.
From the Captain (who people have been slighting in the media). ON LFCTV
“We’ve got to dedicate this win to all of the families connected with Hillsborough.
“All of the players and the staff will be at Anfield tomorrow to pay our respects at the service, and it’s so nice to be able to dedicate a win to those people.”
“I thought it was a difficult match because Everton are a good team. They strengthened very well in January and everyone knows they’ve got a superb manager, so we knew it was going to be tough.
“I thought as the game went on we got stronger and were unfortunate to go a goal down, but our response and our character was superb and we deserved to win this match.
“I won’t lie to you, we were worried going a goal down because when you do that against a good team you know it’s going to be difficult, but we all needed to stick together and show what we were all about and respond to going a goal down.
“We were superb in the second half and could have gone on to win 3-1 or 4-1 in the end.”