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Crisis at Anfield under Rafa with 4 Consecutive Defeats

Liverpool FC
Anfield Stadium
Sunday, October 25, 2009

Premier League Preview :- Liverpool v Manchester United

The knives are out and they have already been sharpened as the Liverpool crisis digs deep

One such sharp knife is being brandished by Terry Venables in his column in the tabloid newspaper The Sun

Quote :-

• ANOTHER defeat tomorrow and Liverpool could be saying 'adios' to Rafa Benitez

• It would be extremely difficult for him to stay as manager if his team fail to get a result against Manchester United

Recent Form :-

• Four successive defeats, the Kop's worst run for 22 years, have left their Champions League and Premier League hopes dangling by the thinnest of threads

• They have not lost five on the spin since the start of the 1953-54 campaign when they finished bottom of the old First Division and were relegated

Rafa Benitez has been given :-

• The dreaded ‘vote of confidence’ by one the American owners of the club, George Gillett

Forward to the game United are not playing at their best, but they are grinding out victory after victory

United have enough going for them on present form, to come to Anfield and leave with a win!

Then the sparks will fly at Anfield and Rafa will be right in the firing line as one of the main targets!

Happened on October 25, 2009

Location: Europe: England: Liverpool

Topics: News: Sport: Football

Listed on October 26, 2009 01:00:37 AM

Last updated on April 17, 2014 04:32:13 PM

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