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  1. ja also ich schätze die leistungen des marek mintal schon, aber ich befürchte dass er nächste saison niemals, und vor allem nicht in der pl, so eine leistung wiederholen kann. ich glaube wir orientieren uns an besseren spielern, und beobachten mintal der nürnberg nicht so leicht verlassen wird, angeblich will präs roth ihn mit kohle zuschütten, er hätte ein stammleiberl und würde sicherlich mehr für die mannschaft bringen als in irgendeinem anderen team, im moment spielt jeder für ihn, beim fcl würde sich dies schlagartig ändern... hier nochmals die neuesten transfergerüchte: Liverpool want two players, and one of them's not Spanish: Jonathan Soriano (19, Espanyol, striker, next big thing) and Matthew Upson (25, Bongo FC, defender, donkey). Emre is leaving Inter in June, and Arsene Wenger, Sir Alex Ferguson and Rafa Benitez all have their noses cocked in anticipation. was eher beunruhigend ist: RAFA soll zu REAL ! Lure of Real set to test resolve of Benítez http://football.guardian.co.uk/News_Story/...1438614,00.html Dominic Fifield Wednesday March 16, 2005 The Guardian The Liverpool manager Rafael Benítez is included on a shortlist of potential new managers drawn up by Real Madrid to replace Vanderlei Luxemburgo at the Bernabéu at the end of the season, casting serious doubt over his long-term future at Anfield. Benítez is understood to be Real's second choice behind the re-appointment of the Italian Fabio Capello, who is currently at Juventus but won La Liga in his only season with Real in 1997. However, should the Real president Florentino Pérez fail to lure his primary target back to Spain his attention would switch to the former Valencia manager. It is understood that the 44-year-old Benítez has assured the Liverpool board his immediate future remains on Merseyside. Yet there is a reluctant acceptance among the club's hierarchy that, should a tempting offer come in, they would struggle to retain the services of the man they had hoped would restore Liverpool to the pinnacle of both domestic and continental competition. The Spaniard was guarded about his position yesterday, his mind focused on this evening's Premiership game against Blackburn Rovers. When asked if he saw his long-term future at Liverpool, he replied: "I have a five-year contract, so why not? I will work as hard as possible to win for my club. I'm very proud to be here at Liverpool." Yet the two-time La Liga winner with Valencia has made no secret of his desire to return to the Bernabéu at some stage. Benítez spent seven years in the youth ranks at Real before joining Parla in 1981. He returned to Madrid five years later to work with the club's youngsters and led the club's B team to seventh in Spain's second division in 1994, before a spell as Vicente del Bosque's assistant. His subsequent achievements at Valencia impressed Pérez, though Benítez would have to be convinced that Real would change their galáctico and hire-and-fire culture. Real have had three coaches in the past six months, with Luxemburgo's future cast into doubt by their Champions League elimination and the 11-point deficit to Barcelona at the top of La Liga. Rafa adamant as Real talk grows by Mark Kendall - created on 16 Mar 2005 http://skysports.planetfootball.com/list.a...l=Football_Home Rafa Benitez has conceded he is aware of speculation linking him with Real Madrid, but insists he has no plans to quit Anfield. Real are thought to have placed Benitez, who was formerly a youth coach with them, on a two-man short-list to take over at the club next season along with Juventus' Fabio Capello. The Spanish giants are desperately disappointed at what now looks certain to be another trophyless season and are planning a major overhaul of their playing and coaching staff. Following his exploits with Valencia, Benitez is still regarded as amongst the finest Spanish coaching talents and Real are thought to want him to lead a new era at the Santiago Bernabeu. The Spaniard has endured a tough first season in English football - despite taking The Reds to the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League - and recently admitted he had found the task of turning around Liverpool's fortunes more challenging than he had imagined. "It has been a very big challenge for me here," he stated. "A challenge does not scare me, but it is more difficult for me here because I do not have the same ability as in Spain to communicate with the players and know what they are thinking." That admission is sure to have alerted Real who will hope to try and lure him back to La Liga. However, despite acknowledging his frustrations, Benitez was quick to convey his desire to stay and complete the job he had taken on at Anfield. "There have been some frustrations, but it has not affected my enthusiasm for the job," he continued. "I have heard the rumours about Real Madrid but I want to concentrate on Blackburn (Tuesday night's opponents), not that. "I am not someone who walks away from a challenge. "If something goes wrong or is proving difficult, my philosophy is to go away and think about it, then come back next time and try to put it right." Weitere Spekulationen: A trio of Premiership sides are ready to move for Verona's star youngster Valon Behrami in the summer. Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal have all sent scouts to watch the 20-year-old midfielder, who is co-owned by Genoa but playing in Verona. Behrami has been one of the most exciting talents outside of the top-flight in Italy this season - and has regularly been linked with a move to Turin giants Juventus. However, skysports.com understands that English clubs are in pole position to snap up the Serie B star. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is believed to have taken a personal interest in the talented play-maker - and it is The Gunners who could well make a concrete bid. Behrami is out of contract in the summer, so would be a financially attractive proposition - although the player's age may persuade Liverpool and Spurs from bidding.
  2. gibt nix zum einwenden gegen den bericht, allerdings ging Berbatov nicht entnervt sondern verletzt vom Feld, und die Verletzungsliste bei unserem FC ist nicht wirklich kleiner als die von Leverkusen, wenn auch die Abwehr sicherlich stabiler gewesen wäre wenn Juan gespielt hätte, Roque Junior hätte nicht viel ausmachen können, wie auch immer, es bleibt tatsächlich die Frage ob das Team diese Erfahrung auf die Premier League ummünzen kann, es wäre wichtig eine kleine Serie von 4,5 Siegen hinzulegen und die Toffees dort zu lassen wo sie gehören, Hinter Uns H.
  3. 87 mins: Leverkusen 1 - 3 Liverpool (Aggregate: 2 - 6) Jacek Kryznowek scores for Bayer Leverkusen. There's life in this tie yet.
  4. 0-3 Milan Baros (65')
  5. ach ja wer das spiel live (in textform) verfolgen will, http://football.guardian.co.uk/news/matchr...1433944,00.html einen feineren fussballhumor findet man nicht liverpooooool liverpooooool liverpooooool
  6. Aufstellungen: Bayer Leverkusen: 1-Hans-Joerg Butt; 29-Jan-Ingwer Callsen-Bracker, 28-Carsten Ramelow, 35-Diego Placente; 19-Marko Babic, 25-Bernd Schneider, 13-Daniel Bierofka, 23-Landon Donovan, 16-Jacek Krzynowek; 9-Dimitar Berbatov, 11-Franca Subs: Starke, Voronin, Ozturk, Fritz, Dum, Castro, Rottger. Liverpool: 1-Jerzy Dudek; 3-Steve Finnan, 4-Sami Hyypia, 23-Jamie Carragher, 28-Stephen Warnock; 6-John Arne Riise, 8-Steven Gerrard, 16-Dietmar Hamann, 25-Igor Biscan, 10-Luis Garcia; 5-Milan Baros Subs: Carson, Smicer, Le Tallec, Nunez, Raven, Welsh, Potter. Wechsel: Voronin für Berbatov (34')
  7. Halbzeit 0:2 Tore: 2x Luis Garcia lt. Guardian Live könnte Liverpool bis zu 9,10 Tore machen, Luis Garcia war dem Hattrick sehr nahe, ooooooooo ist das schöööööööön
  8. Liverpool v Bayer Leverkusen http://football.guardian.co.uk/championsle...1433440,00.html Benítez forced to rethink as Kewell refuses to play Dominic Fifield in Cologne Wednesday March 9, 2005 The Guardian Harry Kewell's Liverpool career appears to be drawing to a suitably ignominious close after he ruled himself out of this evening's second-leg tie at Bayer Leverkusen because of injury, despite pleas from his manager Rafael Benítez for him to play. Benítez had planned his defence of a 3-1 lead against the Germans on the basis that Kewell would feature in the Ruhr valley, only for the Australian's late withdrawal to throw Liverpool's preparations for a potentially awkward match into disarray. Article continues The manager was forced to reinforce his squad yesterday with young players - one of whom, John Welsh, forgot his passport and will only arrive today - though his exasperation was reserved for Kewell. "I think he's injured," said the Spaniard of the attacker, who was signed from Leeds for £5m at the start of last season but has shown only fleeting form since swapping Elland Road for Anfield. "We thought three days ago that he would be fit but he says he feels something so he cannot play. We are talking with the doctor to find a solution, but each week the problem changes with him. It's either with the ankle or the groin, but one day he's fine, the next he's not. "I don't know, but maybe he needs to have more confidence in himself. I said to him that if he gives us 80% [against Leverkusen] it would be so very important because we don't have another striker for the Champions League, but he says he's not fit, he feels something and he's got a problem. We'll have to look for another solution." Kewell, 26, has been troubled by ankle and groin complaints since the tail-end of last season, though the suspicion abounds on Merseyside that the trouble is as much psychological as it is physical. After eight goals in his first 19 appearances for his new club early last season, the Australian has mustered only one in 25 games this term. That has frustrated Benítez, with the player's reluctance to play through the pain barrier tonight - Liverpool are already without the injured Djibril Cissé, Florent Sinama-Pongolle and Neil Mellor, with Fernando Morientes cup-tied - further damaging their relationship. "I have been talking very highly of Harry all season, saying how important he is for us and that he's a fantastic player, but if he's never fit or we are always waiting to see him at his best level, maybe we need to look for a solution," he said. "I would have liked him to play in this game because we don't have a lot of forwards available for the Champions League. We can't keep waiting and changing our ideas about the team and the tactics because of him. It's disruptive to preparations." Benítez will at least have Steven Gerrard available again for the match in the BayArena after his one-match ban in the first leg. "Steven has the maturity, the quality, the power we need for these kind of games," said the Spaniard. "I think he will score a goal in this game. I have looked into a crystal ball." Bayer Leverkusen (3-5-2, probable): Butt; Callsen-Bracker, Ramelow, Placente; Bierofka, Schneider, Castro, Donovan, Krzynowek; Berbatov, Voronin. Liverpool (4-4-1-1, probable): Dudek; Finnan, Carragher, Hyypia, Riise; Warnock, Biscan, Hamann, Luis García; Gerrard; Baros. Referee: A Sars (France). Bye Bye Harry
  9. HOT NEWS NEWS IN BRIEF Harry Kewell will miss Liverpool's Big Cup clash in Leverkusen tomorrow. "One day Harry is okay, and the next he says he is unfit," chuckled Rafa Benitez. "It changes each day. One day he says it's the groin; then it's the ankle. Another day he says he can play. We need to find the solution to this." na ja, ich dachte mir ja die ganze Zeit dass Harry eine Memme ist und er beweist es immer wieder... zusammen mit Diouf und Diao leider ein riesen Fehlkauf, oder besser gesagt zu teuer für das was er nicht bietet na ja somit die neue Aufstellung: ------------------baros---------------- riise------------gerrard--------------luis garcia ------------hamann------biscan------- warnock ----hyypia---carragher-----finnan ----------------dudek------------------- egal, es müsste zum Aufstieg reichen H.
  10. danke für die Willkommensbegrüßung goleador, bin zwar leider seit längerem nicht mehr in der Lage den fc so zu verfolgen dass ich von mir behaupten könnte ein Kenner zu sein, aber wenn man sich mit 5 Jahren zu den Reds bekennt dann ist das schon so eine Sache es schaut wahrlich sehr gut aus für uns, während wir mit Steven und Didi und Jerzy wieder wichtige Substanz und Erfahrung in die Reihen bekommen fallen bei Leverkusen doch sehr wichtige Spieler aus, vor allem in der Abwehr (Juan, Roque Junior - wobei ich es gern gesehen hätte dass Roque spielt denn der ist so etwas von miserabel, für ein Tor unsererseits wäre er super gewesen - Nowotny, Freier und Ponte anbei der neueste Artikel aus dem Guardian, bringt die Sache gut auf den Punkt wobei ich schon hoffe dass Warnock draussen bleibt und Biscan zeigen kann dass er im def. Mittelfeld seine Leistung bringen kann Depleted Leverkusen a soft target for Liverpool By Kevin Fylan FRANKFURT, March 8 (Reuters) - Liverpool must feel a Champions League quarter-final place is within their grasp when they travel to face a Bayer Leverkusen side in poor form and missing five first-team regulars. After losing the opening leg of the first knockout round tie at Anfield 3-1, Leverkusen have managed just a point from two league games and lie seventh in the Bundesliga, 11 points behind the leaders. The Germans will be missing injured defenders Jens Nowotny, Roque Junior and Juan on Wednesday, as well as midfielders Paul Freier and Robson Ponte through suspension. Liverpool coach Rafael Benitez is certainly confident about his side's chances, not only of reaching the quarter-finals but even of adding a fifth European crown to the club's trophy room. "Last season there was not one person who spoke about Porto and Monaco reaching the Champions League final when we got to this stage," Benitez said. "It was all about Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus, Milan, Manchester United and Arsenal. But in the end it was Porto who were champions, so why not Liverpool? "If we defend well against Leverkusen, we will go through." Liverpool also have selection problems but Czech striker Milan Baros should relish the chance to get at a severely depleted defence and the English side will be boosted by the return from suspension of captain Steven Gerrard. Gerrard and Dietmar Hamann, who scored against his compatriots at Anfield, will be a vital first line of defence after Leverkusen were given several chances to score at Anfield. NO MORIENTES The pressure will also be on Polish keeper Jerzy Dudek to make amends for the blunder which allowed Franca to score in stoppage time and keep Leverkusen's hopes alive. Liverpool also have problems up front. Djibril Cisse, Florent Sinama-Pongolle and Neil Mellor are all out with season-ending injuries and Fernando Morientes is cup-tied after his move from Real Madrid. The German side will pin their hopes on their excellent home form in the group phase, when they scored three goals against Real Madrid, Roma and Dynamo Kiev. They should also glean confidence from memories of the 4-2 win over Liverpool in the second leg of the 2002 quarter-finals, a result that took them through to the last four at the English side's expense. Coach Klaus Augenthaler admits Leverkusen's form in their 1-0 defeat by Hamburg SV on Saturday was not up to scratch, but believes they can rescue the tie. "Liverpool are not exactly tearing down trees at the moment either," he said. "If we get a goal in the first half it's possible. We are good enough." With so many absences in defence and midfield, Augenthaler will need forwards Dimitar Berbatov and Andriy Voronin to play much better than at Anfield, when they squandered a series of chances. Probable teams Bayer Leverkusen: 1-Hans-Joerg Butt; 29-Jan-Ingwer Callsen-Bracker, 28-Carsten Ramelow, 35-Diego Placente; 27-Gonzalo Castro, 25-Bernd Schneider, 13-Daniel Bierofka, 23-Landon Donovan, 16-Jacek Krzynowek; 9-Dimitar Berbatov, 12-Andriy Voronin Liverpool: 1-Jerzy Dudek; 3-Steve Finnan, 4-Sami Hyypia, 23-Jamie Carragher, 28-Stephen Warnock; 6-John Arne Riise, 8-Steven Gerrard, 16-Dietmar Hamann, 10-Luis Garcia; 7-Harry Kewell; 5-Milan Baros Referee: Alain Sars (France) ich will nicht übermutig werden aber vielleicht ist mehr als nur 1-1 drin, machen wir einfach 1-2 daraus werde den weg in die nächste sportwette antretten um den Aufstieg zu geniessen ciao H.
  11. skysports planetfootball Italian side Palermo are planning an ambitious raid for Liverpool striker Milan Baros. Palermo are surprise contenders for a UEFA Champions League place after a superb run in Serie A this season. The club are already planning on making some new signings to step up a level in the summer, and have targeted Liverpool's Czech republic ace. Baros was upset at being left out of the Liverpool starting Xi by Rafa Benitez for the Carling Cup final - sparking rumours he wanted to leave Anfield. Benitez has now told Baros to prove himself on the pitch, and Palermo are one club waiting in the wings to see if the situation develops. "We will monitor the situation," said Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini. "When a player of this quality becomes available, we will of course be interested. "There has been no contact but should the situation remain the same, then we will contact Liverpool." Baros has rubbished reports he wants to leave, but Palermo are not the first Italian team to show an interest in him, with Fiorentina already linked with a move. Should Benitez decide that Baros is not in his plans at the end of the season, there will be no shortage of takers for Euro 2004's top scorer.
  12. www.kicker.de Die Verantwortlichen des FC Liverpool fürchten vor der Partie in Leverkusen weniger die Elf von Klaus Augenthaler als vielmehr die die Frustration der eigenen Spieler nach zwei bitteren Niederlagen - erst im Ligapokal-Finale gegen Chelsea, dann in der Premier League bei Newcastle United. Gegen Leverkusen wird Trainer Rafael Benitez bis auf Fernando Morientes und Mauricio Pellegrino, die beide in der Champions League nicht spielberechtigt sind, seine stärkste Formation aufbieten können. Im Tor erhält der Pole Jerzy Dudek, der sich in dieser Saison schon einige Patzer geleistet hat und schwer in der Kritik steht, den Vorzug vor Youngster Scott Carson. In der Abwehr wird Djimi Traoré zurückkehren glaub ich nicht ) und Jamie Carragher für Pellegrino in die Zentrale rücken. Den erwarteten frühen Attacken der Leverkusener werden die Reds voraussichtlich mit einem kompakten Mittelfeldblock, bestehend aus Hamann, Gerrard und dem Kroaten Biscan, begegnen. In der Offensive liegt die Hauptlast auf dem zuletzt formschwachen EM-Torschützenkönig Milan Baros. Der Australier Harry Kewell könnte, sofern er fit ist, in der Endphase bei Kontern für Entlastung sorgen. Leverkusen Von den Verletzten kehrt niemand zurück, somit wird es auch gegen Liverpool bei der um Carsten Ramelow neu formierten Dreier-Abwehr bleiben - eine Variante mit Clemens Fritz als Rechtsverteidiger scheidet wegen der fehlenden Spielpraxis des Wiedergenesenen wohl aus. Derweil müssen mit Robson Ponte und Paul Freier (beide Gelb-Sperre) zwei weitere Akteure aus der Hamburg-Elf ersetzt werden. Während Landon Donovan die zentrale Offensivrolle übernehmen wird, steht auf der rechten Seite Daniel Bierofka nach seiner Bandscheiben-OP im September und bisher neun Einwechslungen in der Liga vor seinem Startelf-Debüt in der laufenden Saison. Für Klaus Augenthaler bleibt nach dem 1:3 im Hinspiel die Zuversicht, die einerseits durch die noch frischen Erinnerungen an glanzvolle internationale Heim-Auftritte in den Gruppenspielen, andererseits auch durch das Vertrauen auf die eigenen Stärken genährt wird. "Wir sind gut genug, in der ersten Hälfte ein Tor zu machen und in der zweiten eines nachzulegen", so der Trainer. Hält die Abwehr dicht, wäre sodann nach Augenthalers Kalkül das fürs Weiterkommen nötige 2:0 erreicht. Dafür sorgen soll Dimitar Berbatov, von dem eine klare Leistungssteigerung erwartet wird, wie Bayers Sportlicher Leiter Michael Reschke durchblicken lässt: "Er ist mein größter Hoffnungsträger. Er kann mit seiner Klasse ein Spiel allein entscheiden."
  13. Liverpool's Dudek, Hamann and Kewell fit for Leverkusen <p> LONDON, March 7 (Reuters) - Liverpool's Jerzy Dudek, Dietmar Hamann and Harry Kewell should be fit for Wednesday's Champions League match against Bayern Leverkusen, coach Rafael Benitez said on Monday. Goalkeeper Dudek and midfielders Hamann and Kewell picked up injuries in last weekend's League Cup final defeat by Chelsea but are ready to return as the English side try to protect their 3-1 lead from the first leg of the knockout round tie. "We knew they needed rest to recover but the problem that gave us was they were all missing the Newcastle game," Benitez told the club's website. Injuries forced Benitez into changes for Saturday's Premier League match at Newcastle United, which they lost 1-0. <p> "We had a lot of injuries so we decided to change the formation so we were stronger in defence, and I think we controlled their attack well," Benitez said. "In the Champions League game against Leverkusen, if we defend well then we will go through. But we will still be going forward and trying to score, because an away goal would be important. Defender Djimi Traore is ruled out with a thigh strain and Spanish striker Fernando Morientes is ineligible, but England midfielder Steven Gerrard returns after missing the first leg against Leverkusen through suspension.
  14. ui, das mit Morientes hab ich dann doch verpennt na dann probieren wir es mal ohne die von dir fraglichen dudek (trotz carsons einsatz, eine letzte chance tät ich ihm geben...) finnan / carragher / hyypia / traore biscan / gerrard luis garcia kewell riise baros hast recht, so wie der verletzungsteufel wütet ist es ein wunder das sich 11 spieler ausgehen... wobei ich zugeben muss, irgendwie verzweifle ich schon mit meinem fc immer wieder diese umfaller (newcastle, birmingham...) ich weiß, viele verletzte aber es sind leider einige leute dabei die einfach seit langem keine brauchbaren leistungen mehr bringen (oder sie nie gebracht haben * smicer, kewell,dudek...) die frage bleibt, was wird sich so großartiges im sommer verändern? haben wir mittel für einen großen umbruch? oder reicht es wenn cisse und co wieder fit sind? ich denke dass wir ganz dringend 2 gute mittelfeldspieler bräuchten und jeweils 1 abwehrspieler und 1 stürmer aber egal, wir packen leverkusen sicher, ganz leicht sogar denk ich... denn die sind was noch mieser was konstanz angeht als liverpool daher... ein 1-1 wird es sein H.
  15. meine aufstellung fürs spiel geg. leverkusen: dudek finnan * carragher * hyypia * riise hamann * biscan luis garcia gerrard baros morientes