Are Liverpool still in the title race?

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Are Liverpool still in the title race?

Postby Hams » Mon Dec 30, 2013 11:06 am

Are Liverpool now out of the title race following those defeats away at Man City and Chelsea?
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Postby deeman » Wed Jan 01, 2014 11:22 am

I think Liverpool are still well and truly in it. No other team will go to Man City and Chelsea and come away being narrowly beaten 2-1. I thought the ref at stamford bridge didn't do the reds any favours which is usually the case their anyway.
Once Gerrard & Sturridge are back and fully fit they will come good.
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Postby Pickleman1967 » Wed Jan 01, 2014 1:31 pm

I would say Liverpool still have a chance, they have played all the big boys away so the second half of the season will probably be easier. It is all about self belief and bottle - in all honesty I'd be surprised to see them win the title but while it all so close they still have a chance.
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Postby Davey1 » Thu Jan 02, 2014 5:21 pm

It's na?ve to say no when we're just 6 points off top and we play the top teams mostly at home this year.
Having said that, our squad is too thin and we've done brilliantly so far in terms of fitness but injuries are popping up.
If we have a January window like we did when we signed Sturridge and Coutinho then we could challenge very easily.
We have a brilliant side but we don't have the numbers and it seems we have no faith in Iago Aspas so hopefully this Salah guy we're linked with will live up to the good words I've heard about him.

Realistically, I predict 3rd or 4th.
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Postby Hams » Sat Feb 08, 2014 6:03 pm

Are Liverpool now back in the title race following their 5-1 thrashing against Arsenal?

Brendan Rodgers had dismissed the Reds chances a few days ago before this big win against Gunners.
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Postby Hams » Tue Apr 01, 2014 1:27 am

I really hope that Liverpool will go on to win the title and not Chelsea or Man City.

The Reds have after all played the most attractive football of any side in the PL even better then Arsenal.

When i was growing up they would win the 1st Division on a regular basis and its amazing that the last time was in 1991.

They are also going to provide a number of players for the England team for this years world cup in Brazil unlike the others.
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Postby redpelt » Fri Apr 04, 2014 8:49 pm

I predicted third ,as that would more than sate my hopes for this season,but
suddenly we're all becoming almost frighteningly attuned to evolving those
dreams significantly,So whilst ensuring I keep both feet firmly planted on the
floor ,I must confess that its becoming increasingly more difficult not to become
swept along with the euphoria that's currently surging through the Kop.

Its hard to put my finger on why the belief that's prevalent amongst fans has
suddenly gained a genuine intensity and a wholeheartedness that's hard to
ignore,but if I had to make a comparison I would say it mirrors perfectly the
collective and strenuous effort the team put in to drive us to European glory
in 2005 when all the odds were against us,and yet we overcome Leverkusen
Juventus,and Chelsea,and eventually Milan in a truly remarkable final.

The broadsheets wrote us off before we even played Juventus ,they insisted
Chelsea would be simply going through the motions in brushing us aside ,and
still we knew something was happening ,and that we would all be needed
to play a vital part in our progress,something that would make for one of the most
magical nights we have ever experienced.

I could reel off my own personal account of that night in the Atatürk Istanbul ,but
it would only serve to derail why I have proposed this feeling as being similar to the
ones we're experiencing now,but even if we succumb to the Ammerz at the Boleyn
the belief will still remain ,but I suspect the boys will be going there in full voice,so
listen well to our chants on MOTD because it doesn't matter whether we win or lose
the lads are definitely on to something....Its six games and its now simply a case of
shit or bust,admittedly not the most flattering description,but it perfectly describes
the level of attitude that will be ubiquitous in our level of play.

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