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March 21, 2011
Posted by Kevin Brodie on 03/21/2011

Steve Bruce said, "these things happen in football" after the Sunderland v Liverpool game last year when the ball hit a beach ball and went in the goal. He also said at that time that if you know that the game should have been started by a drop ball after hitting the beach ball you are a saddo.

Well Steve, it was ironic then to watch you rant and rave on the sidelines on Sunday after a somewhat dubious penalty in the 33rd minute. Liverpool need to get about eight more dubious penalties at the Stadium of light for that complete lack of understanding of the rules to even out. At least the decision on Sunday was close to being correct!

March 18, 2011
Posted by Kevin Brodie on 03/18/2011

I thought Liverpool were just awful on Thursday. We didn't have one single player on the pitch that had any invention or creativity. We also didn't have a player on the field that could actually go around a man with a bit of pace or creativity. If Joe Cole never plays for Liverpool again that is fine with me, he is totally over-rated and is a complete bust. I have given up on him.

March 8, 2011
Posted by Kevin Brodie on 03/08/2011

Liverpool battered Manchester United on Sunday. Truth be told the score-line was not a fair reflection of the balance of play. United had many nearly-men on the pitch while Liverpool had 11 warriors. Liverpool actually dominated the game much more than in their 1-4 thrashing of United at Old Trafford.

March 1, 2011
Posted by Kevin Brodie on 03/01/2011

Well Liverpool were awful over the 90 minutes and deserved to get beaten against West Ham. This was our worst showing since Kenny took over as the players lacked imagination and looked very jaded.

It's very worrying that Lucas, Liverpool's best outfield player this season, has now had a run of a two games were he has looked very tired. He was getting caught in possession during the match and our entire passing display was just not quick enough.

Kevin Brodie Kevin Brodie has been fortunate enough to see some of Liverpool’s greatest teams and players in action over the last 35 years. Reds fans are spoiled for choice in trying to pick their favourite memory. The best early memory I have of watching Liverpool in person was our 7-0 thrashing of Spurs, with the 7th goal being a thing of beauty. Watching us in 89 lift the FA Cup after the terrible disaster at Hillsborough was also very special. My favourite Liverpool moment on the TV has to be the Champions League final in 2005. It was a day I will never forget.

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