Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Good Luck

Just a quick word or two to wish Liverpool all the best for tonight's game with Arsenal. There should be no excuses as L'pool have had about a week without a game and should have the legs over Arsenal.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Are you looking Becky - 2620!!!

YES - Becky was looking and she has now upped the ante with a score in excess of 3000. I think it was around 3300.
Well done Becky and I will one day return triumphant!!!

*****Update 2009*****

I have now scored 4000+

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Looking down from the (k)top

Top of the table and playing average, that's want you want to see. When they start to play well who knows what will happen!

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Friday, August 15, 2008

Long time no see!!!

Well now, I thought that I had better update this old blog as it has been quite a while now!!!! As a man of few interests I find it hard to blog. Now the Football season is starting again I can at least pass comment on how my team is doing.

So expect to see some posts moaning about the performance of the once mighty Liverpool.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008


If you fancy a go at keeping chickens then I would advise you to consider purchasing an eglu, please look over to the left to see an example of one.
For all relevant info please check out their site omlet.co.uk

Nice one Stevie G

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Liverpool left it late to take control of their Champions League tie against 10-man Inter Milan and ease the pressure on manager Rafael Benitez.

Marco Materazzi harshly saw red on the half hour for two clumsy challenges on Fernando Torres, but Inter held firm.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Benitez plays down Euro pressure

Champions League, Group A
Date: Tuesday, 11 December
Kick-off: 1945 GMT
Venue: Stade Velodrome
Listen: BBC Radio 5 Live
Updates: BBC Sport website and mobile

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has played down the
pressure on him and his side ahead of Tuesday's make-or-break Champions
League game in Marseille.

The Reds need to win to reach the knockout stages or hope that Besiktas beat Porto in the other Group A tie.

"We know how to play under pressure," said Benitez. "If
you want to win trophies, you must play in finals and, for us, this is
like a final.

"It's an important game but I've been hearing that for one or two months."

Benitez is to meet the club's owners George Gillett and
Tom Hicks this weekend and the result of the game may have a major
bearing on that encounter.

The Spaniard was involved in a public spat with the duo about the club's transfer policy.

Benitez's comments and behaviour cast doubt on his
position, although five wins in the last six games, including victories
over Besiktas and Porto in the Champions League, have calmed his

But, if the Reds lose to Marseille and fall further
behind in the Premier League after Sunday's game against Manchester
United, it could lead to further questions about his leadership.

Liverpool were beaten 1-0 by the French side in October
and Benitez conceded: "It's clear we made a big mistake losing to
Marseille at home.

"It is not easy to qualify every year. We were in a very
good position last year but this year we need to play really well in
Marseille if we are to qualify.

"But that is football. We needed to focus on this, prepare and look to find solutions for this game.

"We have seen a lot of their games in a row, 10 games from when we played them until now, and we know a lot about their team."

If results do go against Liverpool, the club's leading
striker Fernando Torres has pleaded with the club's owners not to sack
his fellow countryman.

"It would be a huge mistake to think about changing the manager if we don't get the win we need," said Torres.

"Rafa Benitez has done so much for this club and the staff, players and fans are behind him.

"The game against Marseille is the most important match since I joined."

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Us at The Tewkesbury Flood March

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Check it out - invitation only


hey check out my pownce account, just click on the link above and if you already have an account add me as a friend. If you would like an account I have 3 accounts to give away, so just give me a shout at james.townsend@gmail.com - but be quick it is invitation only at the moment!

see you over at pownce :-)

Friday, June 08, 2007

Living in a box

An eight-foot aluminium box is being touted as the solution to the housing shortage. But what's it like to sleep, eat, wash and entertain in one? BBC News's Rajesh Mirchandani did just that.