February 11th, 2011

"We were shit."

Daniel Agger has delivered a four-letter verdict on Liverpool under Roy Hodgson.

The Anfield defender admitted: "We were s***."

Agger's damning indictment came as he looked for reasons for ex-Reds striker Fernando Torres' wretched form before his £50million move to Chelsea.

He claimed that all of the club's players suffered during Hodgson's ill-fated reign.

Agger said: "That is a big question, isn't it? How to explain that. Look at the team - we played awful, we were s***.

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Xavi and Sid Lowe. Can you handle it?

let's have a toast for the douchebags. let's have a toast for the assholes.

Xavi, who visits Arsenal with Barça next week, on his football education, Cesc Fábregas!!!!!!!111!!!11!1oneoneooenonoe and the greatness of Paul Scholes

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absolutely incredible interview by Sid Lowe. a tantalizing taste into the mind of one of the most brilliant players in the game today. if people think Xavi has no idea about what goes on outside of Spain then they should really take a look at this. always honest in his responses. if there is one thing you can say about Xavi is that he is true to himself and his beliefs. interviews such as this make me love and adore him even more. there is much more to Xavi than being a douchetwat, "tapping up" players and talking shit. he. is. brilliant.

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hold onto your hats folks

Roy Hodgson takes charge at

West Bromwich Albion

WEST Bromwich Albion are delighted to announce they have appointed Roy Hodgson as the Club's new Head Coach.

The 63-year-old former Inter Milan, Switzerland, Fulham and Liverpool boss has this morning committed himself to the Club until June 2012.

Hodgson was voted Manager of the Year by the League Managers' Association last season after guiding Fulham to the Europa League final.

Michael Appleton, who was appointed Caretaker Head Coach on Sunday after Roberto Di Matteo was relieved of his duties, will remain in charge for the West Ham game (ko 3pm).

The Club are now channelling all of their efforts into supporting Appleton, his assistants Keith Downing and Dean Kiely and the players as they prepare for tomorrow's vital game.