08 January 2007

Embittered Liverpool fans anonymous

Seriously, Dudek? Why? (And we're doing it again on Tuesday? Because that worked so well last time?) I'm all for giving the B team a run-out, but come on. Not when you're playing Arsenal, and especially not when this is both teams' best shot at a trophy of any kind this season. Gah.

Yes, I know it's unfair to blame Dudek for everything -- the defense was horrible, especially on the second Rosicky goal. I'm just tired of this. We have all the talent in the world (well, not all of it, but enough). Liverpool won the Champions League in 2005 and the FA Cup last year with a much thinner squad. There's no reason they should be struggling as much as they are, but it seems like they're back to the defensive mistakes that characterized the early part of this season. Those weren't a lot of fun when we were playing, like, West Ham. When we've got Barcelona coming up in the next month -- god. Please figure it out again. I know y'all don't want to be out of all the cup competitions by February, and I really don't want to deal with my Arsenal-loving friends gloating again. Some more.

However, there were a couple of good things that came from this match. First, hopefully now they'll know better what to do against Arsenal tomorrow (here's a hint -- MARK ROSICKY). Second, there are some hilariously bitter photo captions over at Propaganda. Footie Girl's already covered this a bit, but there's more than enough bitterness to go around. My personal favorites: 1) wannabe Liverpool player Henry, 2) Eboue the diver, and 3) the incompetence of the ref. Not the most mature thing, yeah, but I guess you have to make your own fun after a loss like that.

The best thing out of this match, though, is this:



Best fans in England.

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