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05/4/2006
00:42
abix47 - 5 Apr'06 - 00:22 - 35963 of 35963 After Rabbit's helpful post, if Gic doesn't top himself he should kneel down and beg forgiveness for his sins imo. Rabbit tries to educate you Gic. Could you not show a little respect? Or at least die in a car crash?
new winning year
31/3/2006
14:50
Houllier's stock on the rise in FA circles By Sam Wallace, Football Correspondent Published: 31 March 2006 Gérard Houllier's Champions' League progress with Lyon has restored some lustre to a reputation that took a battering in his final days as the Liverpool manager and his progress has been noted at the Football Association, where the Frenchman is being discussed as a contender for a role in the England team set-up next season. Supporters of Houllier at the FA have suggested that, if the three-man committee that is overseeing the appointment process is to opt for a young English coach such as Stuart Pearce, then the Lyon manager's experience would be an ideal foil. The concept of a two-man team in control of England has the support of the Premier League chairman Dave Richards, one of the committee members, who is also adamant that at the very least the younger man in the partnership should be English. With none of the English candidates equipped with experience of Champions' League football, never mind the international scene, the involvement of Houllier would be an acceptable way of balancing that deficit and appeasing those who insist that the coaching role must be taken by an Englishman. The Lyon manager is understood to be among those managers the FA chief executive Brian Barwick will speak to before 5 April. It is that date which the FA has provisionally set as a deadline for Barwick to complete his "informal meetings" with about 10 candidates whom the governing body has decided to consult, although it is unclear whether, as of yesterday, he had spoken to Houllier. The 58-year-old is still held in some esteem in certain quarters of the FA, who admire the work he did in a technical director's role for the French Football Federation from 1988 to 1992. Lyon are nine points clear at the top of the French first division and he has also taken them to the quarter-finals of the Champions' League, in which they drew their first-leg match 0-0 against Milan on Wednesday. In the summer he signed a two-year contract with the French champions and appears more robust following his year's rest after being sacked by Liverpool in 2003 when the club failed to qualify for the Champions' League. As a compromise candidate to complement one of the managers being pushed by different factions within the FA, Houllier fits the bill. Alan Curbishley's case has been supported by Sir Trevor Brooking, the FA's director of football development, while Barwick has advocated Martin O'Neill's suitability. With Sam Allardyce also among those interviewed, it is felt in certain quarters that all these candidates would be less of a gamble if they had a senior figure's help and advice. The FA approached Houllier as a possible technical director before Sven Goran Eriksson was appointed in December 2000, but the then Liverpool manager stayed on at Anfield and enjoyed his most successful year at the club. Although he has a reputation for being demanding, his role in the establishment of the Clarefontaine academy that has produced a generation of great French footballers has earned him the respect of administrators. The English equivalent of that project , the national football centre at Burton-upon-Trent, has been abandoned, although the original intention was to copy many of the concepts created by Houllier. Within a new England set-up, the role of the more senior man would be to advise and support the younger coach with the team rather than establish wider strategies for developing young players. Houllier's knowledge of the English game and the players who make up the senior squad is also in his favour ,although there is no firm suggestion yet that he would walk away from Lyon. With no agreement yet on the structure of the England regime post-Eriksson, Houllier, like many others, awaits the FA's next move. * Guus Hiddink could sign a deal to take over the Russian national team as soon as next week. Russian media reports suggest that talks over a two-year contract for the Dutchman have reached their final stages. Gérard Houllier's Champions' League progress with Lyon has restored some lustre to a reputation that took a battering in his final days as the Liverpool manager and his progress has been noted at the Football Association, where the Frenchman is being discussed as a contender for a role in the England team set-up next season. Supporters of Houllier at the FA have suggested that, if the three-man committee that is overseeing the appointment process is to opt for a young English coach such as Stuart Pearce, then the Lyon manager's experience would be an ideal foil. The concept of a two-man team in control of England has the support of the Premier League chairman Dave Richards, one of the committee members, who is also adamant that at the very least the younger man in the partnership should be English. With none of the English candidates equipped with experience of Champions' League football, never mind the international scene, the involvement of Houllier would be an acceptable way of balancing that deficit and appeasing those who insist that the coaching role must be taken by an Englishman. The Lyon manager is understood to be among those managers the FA chief executive Brian Barwick will speak to before 5 April. It is that date which the FA has provisionally set as a deadline for Barwick to complete his "informal meetings" with about 10 candidates whom the governing body has decided to consult, although it is unclear whether, as of yesterday, he had spoken to Houllier. The 58-year-old is still held in some esteem in certain quarters of the FA, who admire the work he did in a technical director's role for the French Football Federation from 1988 to 1992. Lyon are nine points clear at the top of the French first division and he has also taken them to the quarter-finals of the Champions' League, in which they drew their first-leg match 0-0 against Milan on Wednesday. In the summer he signed a two-year contract with the French champions and appears more robust following his year's rest after being sacked by Liverpool in 2003 when the club failed to qualify for the Champions' League. As a compromise candidate to complement one of the managers being pushed by different factions within the FA, Houllier fits the bill. Alan Curbishley's case has been supported by Sir Trevor Brooking, the FA's director of football development, while Barwick has advocated Martin O'Neill's suitability. With Sam Allardyce also among those interviewed, it is felt in certain quarters that all these candidates would be less of a gamble if they had a senior figure's help and advice. The FA approached Houllier as a possible technical director before Sven Goran Eriksson was appointed in December 2000, but the then Liverpool manager stayed on at Anfield and enjoyed his most successful year at the club. Although he has a reputation for being demanding, his role in the establishment of the Clarefontaine academy that has produced a generation of great French footballers has earned him the respect of administrators. The English equivalent of that project , the national football centre at Burton-upon-Trent, has been abandoned, although the original intention was to copy many of the concepts created by Houllier. Within a new England set-up, the role of the more senior man would be to advise and support the younger coach with the team rather than establish wider strategies for developing young players. Houllier's knowledge of the English game and the players who make up the senior squad is also in his favour ,although there is no firm suggestion yet that he would walk away from Lyon. With no agreement yet on the structure of the England regime post-Eriksson, Houllier, like many others, awaits the FA's next move. * Guus Hiddink could sign a deal to take over the Russian national team as soon as next week. Russian media reports suggest that talks over a two-year contract for the Dutchman have reached their final stages.
this_is_me
21/12/2005
18:36
Now that Loserpoo have lost the Sunday morning holiday league will they be nuked by castle on boxing day?
this_is_me
20/12/2005
18:38
Christmas greetings from Howler to follow soon.
this_is_me
20/11/2005
13:46
Good news 4 rudolph,whiskey all round.
halogen
18/11/2005
22:00
I looks like Howler is yet another one to do well after looking such a chump when stuck at Anfailed.
this_is_me
01/2/2005
22:30
Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME
raven
01/2/2005
22:28
Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME Kean We Love YOU!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!! 10 f*"!in men at HOME
raven
23/1/2005
22:31
you,ll need more than a 4kin rabbit!
treble
23/1/2005
22:22
I cant believe he doesn't rate the FA cup, I mean, I know it's not at wembley, and for me the FA cup was all about wembley.....walking down the wembley way etc.. He's on his back foot now and needs to pull something out of the hat imo,. dave
dave37
23/1/2005
22:17
everyones calling the new look spanish armada,s leader....rapheal "BENEATHUS."
treble
23/1/2005
22:14
dear gerry, sorry, but who are you? michael.
dave37
23/1/2005
21:02
Dear Michael, I am glad to hear that you are thinking of returning next year, they definately should get all of us back. Things are terrible at the once great 'pool this year. They lost to the team second from bottom yesterday, after losing to some lower division team called 'Burnley' in the cup. Your only problem would be the cold winters as it would not be much fun standing around the half way line all match while the action is all around the 'pool penalty area. Yours Gerry Howler
this_is_me
19/1/2005
22:23
It's completely crazy. I was going to watch the match but I didn't know where Burnley is. After all my good work it is terrible to see that Spanish man destroy it all. Yours Gerry Howler.
this_is_me
17/1/2005
23:49
i beleive united are proposing to have a testimonial for dudek.
treble
17/1/2005
23:38
I just can't understand why they are not begging me to return. Have you ever seen such an inept display as that against Utd.? Only one shot the whole game. It made the whole club look silly and Utd have so many players injured too! Even with the ref. on our side our 12 men couldn't get more than one shot in against 10 men! Yours Gerry Howler
this_is_me
13/12/2004
23:28
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shirishg
13/12/2004
22:52
We where caught on the back foot,if we had cole still in the side we would of won come on alex>>>>>>>>>sort it out.
halogen
12/12/2004
20:31
Did the manc blues win 5/1 once against us,so grow up and get behind your team the salford reds,and dont let the scally reds get to you,just because they have 4 euro cups,thats in the past,all your doing is saying it still hurts us..big up for mondays match,,come on the reds of salford.
halogen
12/12/2004
19:48
Dear friends, I would like some advice. With my experience of European football do you think that my agent should offer my services to Mr Moyes as an advisor for the CL next year? Yours Gerry.
this_is_me
11/12/2004
15:11
....and looking out over the ocean from the docks we could see the red sun sinking below the blue sea, then we turned to cheer David Moyes the Mayor of Everton city.
this_is_me
08/12/2004
21:43
WALK ON< WALK ON< WITH HOPE IN YOUR HEARTS AND YOU'L NEVER WALK ALONE>>>> YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE>>> YYYYYEEEEEEEEEAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!
dave37
05/12/2004
23:22
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shirishg
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