January 25th, 2009

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  • c0rrine



Liverpool: Reina, Arbeloa, Dossena, Carragher, Skrtel, Mascherano, Alonso, Kuyt, Babel, Gerrard, Torres.
Subs: Cavalieri,Hyypia, Riera, Aurelio, Benayoun, Lucas, Ngog.

Everton: Howard, Baines, Lescott, Jagielka, Hibbert, Osman, Neville, Castillo, Pienaar, Cahill, Anichebe
Subs: Nash, Yobo, Van der Meyde, Jacobsen, D. Gosling, Jutkiewicz, Rodwell

11:00 ET - Liverpool v Everton

Mikel Arteta has received a rib injury, and did not travel with the team today.
Here is a nice little column by Portsmouth and England goalkeeper David James about English derbies.


Isn't This Against Some Kind of Scouse Law?


Liverpool Star Set For Everton Loan

As David Moyes carries on the search for new strikers to sign on loan, the latest name to come up is Liverpool's Robbie Keane...

Reports suggest that Everton are set to take Robbie Keane on loan for the remainder of the season from Liverpool.

The news will hit Toffees' fans hard as the Ireland international striker has struggled to settle into his new home following his £20 million move from Tottenham Hotspur last summer.

The deal that has reportedly been offered to Everton is that they will take Keane on loan until the season finishes but the Reds will still pay the Irishman's wages.

An independent Everton fan's forum has reported that Toffee's boss David Moyes is on the lookout for more loan signings, and has also said that Keane has been offered to Everton on loan.

The 28-year-old has been left out of several squads by Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez, and has only made 17 Premier League appearances this season, most of which have been as a substitute and the former Spurs man has managed to score five goals during that span.

Moyes has also been looking at Lokomotiv striker Peter Odemwingie. The Nigerian, who has been continually linked with the Liverpool-based side for the last year or so, could finally make the move to Goodison Park, possibly in a loan deal from the Russian Premier League side.
*Marchena / heart
  • kat_lys

Valencia, plane and winds

Scary landing in Palma for Valencia

The maneuver to approach the airport of Son Sant Joan in Mallorca turned out to be a moment of agony for the Valencianista expedition (formed employees, players, fans and some representatives of the media Valencians). The strong wind (exceeding 100 kilometers per hour) made the plane shake terribly. The passengers had a really bad time. Some were shaking, others felt dizzy and many strong faces became as white as the marble.

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Pics and and another news in the comments

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For the life of me I can't remember the matches on today but Valencia vs Mallorca starts at 17:00 Spanish time which is very soon

the following matches start at 17:00 hours spanish time
Málaga CF - Atlético de Madrid 
Getafe CF - Sporting de Gijón
RCD Mallorca - Valencia CF
Recreativo de Huelva - Real Betis
UD Almería - Athletic Club de Bilbao
Valladolid - RCD Espanyol
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FA Cup 5th Round Draw.

Sheffield Utd vs. Hull City

Watford vs. Chelsea

West Ham vs. Middlesborough

Sunderland/Blackburn vs. Coventry City

Derby County/Nottingham Forest vs. Manchester Utd

Swansea vs. Fulham

Liverpool/Everton vs. Doncaster/Aston Villa

Cardiff City/Arsenal vs. West Brom/Burnley

One definite all premier league tie (West Ham-Boro), with the potential for there to be two more depending on the replays (Scousers-Villa & Arsenal-West Brom).