Johnny Wheeler the Captain of Liverpool FC between 1958 and 1959.
I don know, maybe there are not enough talented players, maybe they do not try hard enough, maybe players from other countries are more determined, maybe they drink too much. However, it could be due to poor academy standards. Many players go through the youth system only to get told that they are too small even when standing at heights like 5'10 and sometimes 6'0 in the case of goalkeepers. The general message seems to be "You can teach football, but you can't teach athleticism", with main emphasis being placed on physical strength, height and speed irrespective usually of skill. The England under 19s squad is a good example of this with the average height being roughly 6'1. Whereas, in countries like Argentina players who are of small stature can nevertheless succeed. Lionel Messi had hormone deficiencies and at 14 was only 4'6. Even now he's 5'9 I think. That's my opinion though, too much emphasis on height and strength, not enough emphasis on footballing ability.
He lives in a road called Hillview Gardens, off Menlove Avenue in Liverpool, there are about 4 or 5 houses behind a big gate, he lives in one and other Liverpool footballers live there too, Fernando Torres was one of them, but I'm not too sure if he still lives there, as he was mend to be building a house that is now built, but does not look like it is lived in. But Pepe does defiantly live there, my dads a fireman and got called to one of the houses and he came out of him house and started talking to him after a fire alarm went off, but it was a false alarm,
Xabi Alonso is 29 years old (birthdate: November 25, 1981).
I know that at least in the united states, you can watch all premier league matches via the NBC sports network website for free. Otherwise, BBC gives live scores and MIGHT offer a stream.
Steven Gerrard was brought up in the catholic capital of england, Liverpool. He was therefore raised a catholic and attended church services regularly as a kid.
Celtic fan put the guy is a ledgend
He is pretty universally known as 'Stevie G'.
Liverpool won their first FA Cup beating Leeds United in final in 1965. Liverpool won 2-1 in extra time. It was the first time that a team begining with the letter 'L' won the cup!
Peter Crouch (6 foot 7).
Supporters from outside of the city would say United, but 90% of the supporters from the city would most definitely say Everton. Reds living in Liverpool would much rather lose a game to United than to Everton
join a local team and try and work your way up the leagues in different teams. Eventually when you are sure your good enough, go to melwood the training ground and hassel them until they give in lol worked for me
Liverpool's number 11 shirt is worn by Albert Riera
The English Premier League is very popular in Europe, and watched in some other parts of the world as well. Its last season reached up to 643 million homes, and a total of 185,000 hours of TV coverage.
yes, steven Gerrard bonded with alex curran the same way he did with his daughters, he tickled their feet.
See the link below as it details all trophy wins by Liverpool
The 'Untouchables' season, undefeated in a very, very successful campaign.
Tom Bromilow was the Captain of Liverpool FC between 1928 and 1929.
As of August 2011, number twenty is Jay Spearing.
Emelyn Hughes hold the dubious honour of having scored the most own goals as a Liverpool player, with 26.
The most own goals scored by a current player is Jammie Carragher, with seven.
Fernando Torres is playing for Liverpool in the E.P.L. and also plays for Spain.
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Man Utd 9-0 Ipswich Town [1994-95]
Liverpool 2-0 Chelsea ( Liverpool scored at 89th min and 94th min)