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A Liverpool Manager Who Doesnt Take Off Our Most Potent Strike Threat In Our Most Important Game In Years ...

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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Dont get me wrong i appreciate what benitez has done for liverpool and by i dont really want him to leave but he needs to stop making strange strange decisions in big games.
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Seems a really strange decision!!
#2
Very strange:thinking:
#3
Very strange, but Babel did well when he came on.
#4
proved costly as liverpool were playing around in their own half as noone could hold the ball up ...
#5
think eriksson could be free lol !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#6
Me has a feeling at 3-1 down and thinking the game had gone he would look after torres for the euros for spain,apparently he has a slight hamstring strain.
#7
Think you're exaggerating there. Most important in years?

Surely last years final was more important?!
#8
The man with the brolly is also free
#9
I'll Do it!
#10
I think that Gary Megson will be the perfect man for the job!:oops:
#11
Not such a strange decision after all was it!! Torres was injured. Perhaps you'd prefer Rafa to keep an injured player on the pitch who was not playing well and leave a player on the bench who regularly scores when brought on a sub because his pace and strength means that he thrives against tired opponents...

Good decision at the time...excellent decision when you know the facts.

Just a shame Riise's own goal and an offside goal made it much more difficult.
#12
i am at anfield ( refereeing on the hallowed turf ) on may 9th so i will ask him "what the hell was he doing"
the only real reason could be injury!
#13
bobbybox
Me has a feeling at 3-1 down and thinking the game had gone he would look after torres for the euros for spain,apparently he has a slight hamstring strain.


He bought him off at 2-1 down (as soon as Lampards penalty went in).

I must say he didn't seem injured but then again we don't see it all, surely it couldn't have been tactical?
#14
He gave up.
If Torres was injured-fair enough taking him off but he should have put Babel AND Crouch on to be ready for pens.
#15
does it really matter, Rafa said he had a hamstring problem (prob tightened up or a slight strain) whatever it was (or wasn't) he was clearly tired and had not really had a chance since the goal not only that but Babel came on and scored so TBH I'm not sure why people are making so much of this as he took of a player who was clearly knackered after playing 105ish mins of football and replaced him with a player who scored.
#16
The damage was done by Riise, the Goal babel scored was fantastic!

Also whats happening with Crouch, does he play anymore?
#17
wanted fans who cannot see the obvious that he was injured he wouldnt have took him off otherwise

and babel scored!
#18
torres played ok on sunday considering he was injured midweek?

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