László Kubala

June 30, 2009

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“László Kubala Stecz (June 10, 1927 – May 17, 2002), also referred to as Kubala Stécz László, was a footballer and manager who played as a forward with, among others, Ferencváros TC, ŠK Slovan Bratislava, Vasas SC, FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol. He also played for three different national teams, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Spain, as well as the Europe XI and the Catalan XI.” Wikipedia, The Independent, YouTube


Fernando Torres: Liverpool FC can compete despite lack of spending power

June 30, 2009

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“LIVERPOOL striker Fernando Torres accepts the club’s lack of financial muscle means they are unlikely to be able to compete for star signings – but he believes that will not affect their chances of winning trophies.” (Liverpool Dail)

Bank dismiss fears over Liverpool debts (ESPN)
“Liverpool’s bankers Royal Bank of Scotland have dismissed fears about the future of the club by stressing they are ”financially healthy and able to service comfortably its debt”. American owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett are currently in negotiations to refinance the £350m loan they took out to buy the Reds two years ago, with less than a month to go until the deadline for an agreement.”

Pepe Reina’s Guide to His Teammates (Liverpool FC)
“In an exclusive interview with Liverpoolfc.tv, Pepe Reina gives the lowdown on his teammates and reveals who he is close to off the pitch.”

Paul Anderson returns to the City Ground (This Is Anfield)
“Paul Anderson has just completed a £250,000 switch to Nottingham Forest signing a three year contract at the City Ground earlier today. The move was confirmed after he passed a medical this morning and marks a swift return to Nottingham for Anderson who enjoyed a successful loan spell at the City Ground last season.”

The true Spirit of Shankly (This Is Anfield)
“On 25th May, 2005, Liverpool re-created history by winning our 5th European cup. In true Liverpool fashion, we faced adversity, stared oblivion in the face, and rose up to fight and triumph against all odds.”

Exclusive interview with David Fairclough (LFC History)
“David Fairclough can be proud of his scoring record at Liverpool. He scored 37 goals in 92 starts and 18 goals in 62 substitute appearances. Everybody knows what he was called at Liverpool.”