Kenny weighing up £12m summer bid, Comolli facing transfer battle for Mbokani – Best of LFC

Liverpool FC: Shankly GatesLiverpool will be relieved to get back playing football this weekend after a dramatic seven days at Anfield. Defeat against United was followed by media scrutiny over Luis Suarez’s failure to shake hands that subsequently saw both the player, Kenny Dalglish and the club issue official apologies within 24hrs of the game. It is thought that the sponsors Standard Chartered intervened and told the club of their concerns, but United’s acceptance of the apology appears to have finally put this matter to rest once and for all.

This week at FFC we have seen a mixed bag of blogs that include a new leaf for Luis Suarez; those in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, while Liverpool face competition for Congolese star.

Best of FFC

A new leaf for Luis Suarez?

Those in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones

Hope for Liverpool, even if the spending drys up

Mixed bag of results has become a recurring theme at Anfield

Does the Premier League have this duty to all its members?

Are Premier League big boys selling themselves short?

Liverpool facing competition for Congolese star


Best of WEB


Why Redknapp For England is Good For Liverpool – Live4Liverpool

Handshakes, Apologies and Storms in Teacups – Tomkins Times

Whats in store for the rest of Liverpool FC’s season – Liverpool Index

Liverpool and The Race for Fourth Place – This is Anfield

Agent Reveals Dalglish Interest In Versatile £12m Rated Winger – Transfer Tavern


Quote of the Week


“At the start of the season our targets were to qualify for the Champions League and to win some trophies,”

“Now we are in the Carling Cup final, still in the FA Cup and close to the top four – our targets are still reachable.

“It’s up to us to ensure we qualify for the Champions League. When you look at our games with the teams who are in those positions at the moment I don’t think they are that much better than us.

“We’ve had close games with (Manchester) City, (Manchester) United and Spurs and we beat Chelsea. I believe we can get there.

“We just need to focus on the next game and try to win that. Then, when all the games are played, we’ll see how many points we have at the end,” Skrtel talking about Liverpool’s chances of a cup double this season (Mirror)

The Week That Was

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