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League title unrealistic - Reina

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Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina feels winning the Premier League title is "not a realistic objective" for his side this season. The Reds finished second last term but their hopes of a first league ti… Read More
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banned7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina feels winning the Premier League title is "not a realistic objective" for his side this season.
The Reds finished second last term but their hopes of a first league title since 1989/90 have been hit by two defeats in their opening four games.
Reina told The Guardian: "There isn't frustration, there is resignation.
"Maybe it's time to get realistic and not think about the title but just about winning the next game."
Liverpool sold midfielder Xabi Alonso during the summer and, despite them spending around £38m to bring in Glen Johnson from Portsmouth and Alberto Aquilani from Roma, question marks remain over the depth of manager Rafael Benitez's squad.

Teams like Manchester United have lots of players who can tip the balance; we haven't got the individuals
Pepe Reina
Reina feels his side lacks the quality that is needed, adding: "We know what's in the squad; we can't do anything about it. All we can do is roll our sleeves up, work hard and try to win matches.
"Teams like Manchester United have lots of players who can tip the balance; we haven't got the individuals.
"There are games that get congested and we haven't got the vision other sides boast. Chelsea have Didier Drogba, who can bring down any ball - a useful option we haven't got."
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banned7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#2
I don't know what he's on about, Man Utd are in the worst position they've been in for years and I can't see them winning the title this season.

Liverpool do have individuals that can win games, Gerrard and Torres can single handedly win matches, whereas United have lost there main match winner.

I suspect this is Reinas way of taking the pressure off the players, as a lot of comments were made about the clubs stability and the critics were out to get them.
#3
and you can forget about the carling cup as well
#4
If any team drops out of the top 4, it will be Liverpool.

United always have a slow start to the season. Dont think they will win it though.

Chelski
Arsenal
Man Utd
Man City/Aston Villa
#5
again no opinion, more trolling
#6
liverpool have better and more match winning players than UTD this year, and im a UTD supporter...
#7
DudeyGeeza
liverpool have better and more match winning players than UTD this year, and im a UTD supporter...


lol. they have gerrard and torres, shows how many united hve
banned#8
cribert
again no opinion, more trolling


Great. Another one.:roll:
#9
FilthAndFurry
Great. Another one.:roll:


lol hes sorta got a point tho mate, put an opinion on it rather than being the hukd neewsfeed :thumbsup:
#10
have I missed something?? what's going on now?
banned#11
kungfu
lol hes sorta got a point tho mate, put an opinion on it rather than being the hukd neewsfeed :thumbsup:


My opinion is he's right and until the owners and Rafa go, Liverpool will continue to miss out on league titles.
#12
realfriendlyman
I don't know what he's on about, Man Utd are in the worst position they've been in for years and I can't see them winning the title this season.

Liverpool do have individuals that can win games, Gerrard and Torres can single handedly win matches, whereas United have lost there main match winner.

I suspect this is Reinas way of taking the pressure off the players, as a lot of comments were made about the clubs stability and the critics were out to get them.



and they still beat Arsenal last week :)
#13
FilthAndFurry
My opinion is he's right and until the owners and Rafa go, Liverpool will continue to miss out on league titles.


cool but bung your opinion in at the start, its good to know what the OPs view is right from the beginning if hes simply gonna link to a news item :thumbsup:
#14
kungfu
cool but bung your opinion in at the start, its good to know what the OPs view is right from the beginning if hes simply gonna link to a news item :thumbsup:


ahh i see, sorry i'm a bit slow today, the mrs made me do too much work last night... who said you could never have enough???:oops:
#15
DudeyGeeza
ahh i see, sorry i'm a bit slow today, the mrs made me do too much work last night... who said you could never have enough???:oops:


yeh im gonna cut the grass myself when i get home later :p
#16
Cantona_7
and they still beat Arsenal last week :)


but not cos of they ability, because of arsenals mistakes
#17
micoo
but not cos of they ability, because of arsenals mistakes


lol and who caused them to make the mistakes? :roll:
#18
Liverpool had their chance last season in the league, they were so close, they're much weaker this season without Alonso.

I also think Chelsea and maybe Man City will be big players in the league title this season, without mentioning Arsenal and even Spurs(who are showing good signs) - so that's another 2-4 top sides to contend with besides the usual threat of Man Utd (who've got a great chance despite losing their best player).

Around 20 years without a league title says it all, as that truly proves your quality over the long haul. Liverpool are a good cup team so that'll be their main domain this season. It's also true that without the aid of penalty shootouts Liverpool wouldn't have won anything of any note for quite a spell in recent years - at least by their own idea of their position in English football.

The 'admission' by Reina isn't all that surprising for realists. It's their true level.
banned#19
robtallica
Liverpool had their chance last season in the league, they were so close, they're much weaker this season without Alonso.

I also think Chelsea and maybe Man City will be big players in the league title this season, without mentioning Arsenal and even Spurs(who are showing good signs) - so that's another 2-4 top sides to contend with besides the usual threat of Man Utd (who've got a great chance despite losing their best player).

Around 20 years without a league title says it all, as that truly proves your quality over the long haul. Liverpool are a good cup team so that'll be their main domain this season. It's also true that without the aid of penalty shootouts Liverpool wouldn't have won anything of any note for quite a spell in recent years - at least by their own idea of their position in English football.

The 'admission' by Reina isn't all that surprising for realists. It's their true level.


I tend to agree. If Rafa was replaced then maybe they could be something more.
#20
robtallica
Liverpool had their chance last season in the league, they were so close, they're much weaker this season without Alonso.

I also think Chelsea and maybe Man City will be big players in the league title this season, without mentioning Arsenal and even Spurs(who are showing good signs) - so that's another 2-4 top sides to contend with besides the usual threat of Man Utd (who've got a great chance despite losing their best player).

Around 20 years without a league title says it all, as that truly proves your quality over the long haul. Liverpool are a good cup team so that'll be their main domain this season. It's also true that without the aid of penalty shootouts Liverpool wouldn't have won anything of any note for quite a spell in recent years - at least by their own idea of their position in English football.

The 'admission' by Reina isn't all that surprising for realists. It's their true level.


I'd like to retract the bit in my previous statement, the bit about Arsenal and Spurs:whistling:
banned#21
Liverpool are such a boring team to watch.
They may do ok in champions league but in the league they are not very good.

I dont like rafa, gerrard is good, torres shows he can score.

but other than that, they don't have much else.

Utd will still win the league this season.
#22
Hamm
Liverpool are such a boring team to watch.
They may do ok in champions league but in the league they are not very good.

I dont like rafa, gerrard is good, torres shows he can score.

but other than that, they don't have much else.

Utd will still win the league this season.


Just got back from today's match....perhaps you should watch the highlights later on MOTD or Football First to see just how boring / poor they were :roll:

And I love this myth that without Gerrard and Torres they're nothing. Who were top scorers in the Premier League last season, without their 'only two' players for large chunks of the season ?

I agree with Reina though..... thinking about the Premier League title in September is unreaslistic, and they should take it one game at a time :thumbsup:

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