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Our Site has Moved….


Here’s a reminder from us at Two Liverpool Fans that we have indeed moved to a new website address.

You can now find us at http://twoliverpoolfans.com . We hope to see you guys there! Alongside that, you can find us starting off our new website on general Premier League stuff at http://ramblingsofafifa12showboat.wordpress.com/ .

You get the usual stuff on Two Liverpool Fans that you guys get here, the latest Liverpool news, our Liverpool FC views on those news and in depth tactical analysis along with score predictions and match previews.

We hope to see you guys there!

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Raul Meireles to Chelsea FC


In a stunning last 30 minutes of the summer transfer window, Raul Meireles submitted a transfer request to Liverpool and conjured up a move to Chelsea FC.

It’s becoming a bit of a habit, ain’t it? Liverpool FC players joining Chelsea. First it was Benayoun, then there was Fernando Torres, and now there is Meireles. The fact remains that Benayoun and Fernando Torres haven’t left their mark on the club at all. Benayoun leaving for Arsenal is testament to that, tossing him out and bringing Meireles to essentially replace him.

Joe Cole, OUT (albeit on loan). Christian Poulsen, OUT. Milan Jovanovic, OUT. Konchesky, OUT. Raul Meireles, OUT. Personally, I never thought that Meireles would have been leaving on transfer deadline day,despite the fact that we had enough men for cover in central midfield.

Unlike Fernando Torres ….

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Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool 2011/12 Kits: All of them right here [PHOTOS]


A special issue here on TLFs, with me showing you guys what EVERYONE is wearing for next season. A few interesting bits and blobs, so let’s get to it!

Arsenal

Going in alphabetical order here and Arsenal have pretty interesting kits for next season, with perhaps their goalkeeper jersey being my personal favourite. The home kit has a (sort of) redesigned crest.  Click on the photo itself for viewing the kits in it’s full glory. Want it? You can head right over to Arsenal.com to pre-order/order your kit. The away kit is also pretty interesting , being pretty bold, with it being bold and black.

 

Chelsea FC

Continuing on with Chelsea’s new kit, and a very notable change in this season’s kit, with them removing the red colour collar from their shirt from this season. They made that bit white and it looks pretty good. Their away kit, well, it looks like either having solar panels or being a goalpost, well, you guys decide. As again, click on the photos to see them in their full glory.

Liverpool FC

For all you people asking over and over and over again, Liverpool’s home kit will in fact be the same for this season, with it set to totally change next year, with Warrior Sports set to take over at the production line at Merseyside for next season on a mega deal. And their new away kit is pretty cool, and here’s a stat about it: the kit has already broken the record for revenue from a single away shirt for all-time. Now that’s a stat. As again, click on the image for the full sized image.

Manchester United

Manchester United have a pretty neat home jersey for this season and it does look like something that the Red Devil fans out there will like. Their away kit is rather interesting, I myself am not really sure whether I like or dislike it. It’s pretty interesting, with a bold pattern of blue and black. Well, check it out in all it’s glory by clicking on it for the full sized image!

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The May 29th Transfer Gossip: Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool FC


So, it’s May 29th and the day for the Champions League final! (at least here in Malaysia) And it also means another edition of our transfer gossip column

Arsenal BID for Blackburn defender?

Well, here’s some pretty surprising stuff here from the Daily Mail. They don’t claim that Arsenal are just considering or even pondering a move for Blackburn defender Chris Samba, instead they are claiming that Arsenal have already submitted an 8 million pound bid for the central defender.

Still wondering whether Arsene Wenger would want to lose 8 million pounds on a single player, not really something that we see very often, but would be a more than adequate replacement for the out-going French defender Sebastian Squilacci in the summer.

Aquilani set to move back to Liverpool FC

As Juventus finally announced the signing of Andrea Pirlo from AC Milan, the move has thrown the future of Italian midfielder Alberto Aquilani in doubt, with the midfielder’s hopes for his ‘dream move’ to Juventus set to be demolished by the transfer signing of Pirlo.

Antonio Conte, Juventus’ new manager has confirmed that Alberto Aquilani did not feature in his plans to rebuild Juventus into a title challenger once more following the sacking of former manager Luigi Del Neri. The Daily Mail insists that Juventus will not make another bid for the Italian.

Chelsea up their bid for Neymar

Another Fernando Torres deal for Chelsea? We might have to wait and see, as Roman Abramovic has upped his interest in Brazilian forward Neymar by raising his bid of 19 million pounds to a mammoth 23 million pounds for the Brazilian International.

It remains to be seen if Neymar’s game will be suited to play in Europe let alone the Barclays Premier League, having no prior experience playing in a European club.

Roman is ready to get personally involved to clinch the signing of Neymar. He’s aiming to talk with him next month to prove how much he is wanted.

A Chelsea source told The Sun

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Announced: Ryan Giggs’ Super Injunction


It’s official, and it is in fact Ryan Giggs who has been the naught boy of the BPL as MP John Hemming has released a statement for the whole world to see. (and this time without the censor)

Hemming has parliamentary privilege to bypass the injunction. The BBC cannot be held liable for live events, especially when they come from the House Of Commons meaning that noone will come out of this getting sued in any way or matter.

So, what do you guys think of this?

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We Say Goodbye to Blackpool and Birmingham


A hugely exciting last few minutes as Birmingham City and Blackpool were declared the teams who will go down to the Championship after an enthralling season.

The table doesn’t lie, and Wigan and Wolves can count themselves very lucky to have avoided relegation this time. Look at the results for the bottom 6:

Stoke 0-1 Wigan
Tottenham 2-1 Birmingham
Wolves 2-3 Blackburn
Manchester United 4-2 Blackpool

I didn’t put West Ham’s result there because it was kinda irrelevant. Personally, I’m going to miss Blackpool. They’ve been a wonderful team to watch throughout the course of the season and they absolutely gave it their all against Manchester United in their do-or-die match.

Birmingham can also be counted a little unlucky as Pavlyuchenko struck on the 90th minute for Tottenham, but it wouldn’t have made much of a difference, as should they have finished with a scoreline of 1-1, they still would have gone down, not thanks to points, not thanks to goal difference but instead because they have scored less goals than Wolves this season.

So we’re going to be seeing Roberto Martinez, Mick McCarthy and Blackburn’s Hoilet next season. So what do you guys think about it, they deserve it? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below!

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Live Score + Live Table Update: Matchday 38


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All the updating that you’ll need for a busy Sunday Night.

Sunday, 22 May 2011
Aston Villa 1 Liverpool 0
Bolton 0 Man City 2
Everton 1 Chelsea 0
Fulham 2 Arsenal 2
Man Utd 4 Blackpool 2
Newcastle 3 West Brom 3
Stoke 0 Wigan 1
Tottenham 1 Birmingham 1
West Ham 0 Sunderland 2
Wolverhampton 0 Blackburn 3

This is the first time in Premier League history there have been no goals in the opening 10 minutes of matches on the final match round of the season.

Live Table (Arranged with goal difference)
1 Manchester United 80
2 Chelsea 71
3 Manchester City 71
4 Arsenal 68
5 Tottenham Hotspur 60
6 Liverpool 58
7 Everton 52
8 Fulham 51
9 Aston Villa 48
10 Sunderland 47
11 West Brom 47
12 Newcastle 46
13 Stoke 46
14 Bolton 46
15 Blackburn Rovers 43
16 Wigan 42
17 Wolves 40
18 Birmingham 39
19 Blackpool 39
20 West Ham United 33

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