Players work hard in the modern game to keep themselves in peak condition and you''ve
got to do that if you're going to compete.
Since then we''ve
invested heavily in our technology, processes and people.
Let''s not forget we''re only three points above the drop zone and every time we''ve
threatened to surge up the table we''ve
been dragged back into the mire.
presented a lot of music shows - are you a frustrated musician at heart?
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left in the ground, keep an eye on the weather because a spell of heavy rain or imminent frosts can damage them.
Hillsborough survivor Phil said: "We''ve
been really pleased with the response we''ve
had so far.
"I'''"I've had a couple of issues with blisters and stuff but I'''ve
managed to get as many minutes as I wanted to get out of it and I''''ve
done 95% of the training," he said.
One thing I hate about Liverpool at the moment is that they''ve
accepted mediocrity and decided to go for a small-team mentality coach.
got children myself and I''m quite keen that they stay away from computer games and that they don''t watch too much television.
failed and sometimes you just have to admit it and turn to others for help.
loved watching Jamie play since he broke into Liverpool''s first team more than 16 years ago.
tried to give him a chance, we want to give him enough chances to try to score and get his form back.
"He could be called up in the middle of December and they''ve
got that competition all through January.
He said: "We''re pretty excited about getting the chance to play Sonisphere, it''s the biggest UK festival we''ve
been asked to play so far, so we can''t wait to do what we do in front of a huge UK audience.
been at the club a while now I know a lot of the lads and I think I understand what playing for Sunderland is all about so that is a good base for any cap-tainIf the manager wants me then I''d be honoured but playing every week is the main thing for me."