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    just saw anelka last nıght....totally feckless...fenerbache dıd wın the game 1-0 to become samıpyons...

    ıf there one thıng houllıer dıd rıght. ıt was shıftıng hım...

    an honourable memtıon to bertıe song who was played a strong game at the back for galatasaray.

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    Houllier appointed manager of Lyon.

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    Congratulations to Ger. I feel kind of sorry for Lyon. They have been very succesful and play some really attractive football. Now, who knows. Does this mean we have a market for some of his more questionable buys or are we just going to get pimped for Le Tallec? Maybe he'll be too busy chasing his holy grail Johan Micoud.

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    Hopefully he will give us some cash for Traore, Cheyrou and a few others!

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    from http://football.guardian.co.uk/News_...498556,00.html

    Houllier proved at Anfield that he can take a disintegrating club and give it a backbone. He can weed out wasters, instil discipline and, as the Reds' Mellwood training complex demonstrates, install important infrastructures. He took a Liverpool club that was stumbling like a pathetic tramp, still drunk on long-gone glories, and got it back on the straight and narrow. He did what a good teacher should do.

    But he is a teacher not a nurturer. He preaches a dogma; he can't foster improvisation or sharpen creativity. He fears such variables. He signed Jari Litmanen because knowledge told him he was an exquisite player, but he hardly ever fielded him because the Finn's unboxable genius made him queasy. He was finally frogmarched out of Liverpool precisely because he showed he was unable to take them to - were you watching, were you watching, were you watching Mr Aulas? - the next level.

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    Henchoz on his bike from Parkhead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenmore
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    Redknapp to retire, probably. He's only 31....wow!

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    Michael Owen, at Royal Ascot in York....

    maybe he's considering an alternative career? he's small enough to be a jockey almost...
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    Pellegrino has agreed to join Alaves. He barely qualifies as an ex player though.

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