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Old 15-02-11, 12:21 PM   #81
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Reminds me of Aaron Lennon at his very best.
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Old 15-02-11, 12:32 PM   #82
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Reminds me of Aaron Lennon at his very best.
Don't say that
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Old 15-02-11, 12:32 PM   #83
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I'll get worried if he starts shaving bits off his eyebrows.
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Old 15-02-11, 12:56 PM   #84
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Reminds me of Aaron Lennon at his very best.
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Old 15-02-11, 12:58 PM   #85
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Don't say that
Why not? I said Aaron Lennon "at his very best" and he is a class player when on form to be fair.

Just the way he runs and dribbles past players reminds me of Lennon.
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Old 15-02-11, 01:13 PM   #86
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Great game by the lad although defense was comical. Too early too bring him in, maybe next season give him some first team daylight in the league cup. Great potential and hope he progresses and stays injury free.
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Old 15-02-11, 01:49 PM   #87
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Seems to be a lot of people going over the top here.
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Old 15-02-11, 01:53 PM   #88
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Seems to be a lot of people going over the top here.
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Old 15-02-11, 01:54 PM   #89
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Seems to be a lot of people going over the top here.
Really?

How sad.

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Old 15-02-11, 02:48 PM   #90
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Old 15-02-11, 03:11 PM   #91
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Old 15-02-11, 07:33 PM   #92
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he's from just south of the watford gap
He goes to my old school.
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Old 15-02-11, 09:08 PM   #93
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Old 15-02-11, 09:49 PM   #94
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Old 15-02-11, 10:04 PM   #95
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That shit makes me cringe, to be honest.
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Old 15-02-11, 10:48 PM   #96
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That shit makes me cringe, to be honest.
It was more to do with the eyebrow shaving
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Old 15-02-11, 11:20 PM   #97
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I remember watching him preseason.

HE came on and only did two things, both impressive for a 15 year old.

First he nutmegged someone twice his age, before scything through the back of some other bloke, and getting booked. Skillfull with a bit of fire in his belly.
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Old 15-02-11, 11:57 PM   #98
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Which school as that mate?
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Old 15-02-11, 11:59 PM   #99
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http://www.rainhillhighschool.org.uk...%2001OCT10.pdf
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Old 16-02-11, 12:01 AM   #100
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Ah, I guess this is where he is going to school now as he comes from near me I thought, could be wrong.
Do you live locally?
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Old 16-02-11, 12:06 AM   #102
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Locally to North West London
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Old 16-02-11, 12:08 AM   #103
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I thought you were from London, not sure if it was just an assumption on my part or something you'd posted. Someone said Sterling was from Watford?
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Old 16-02-11, 12:13 AM   #104
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I believe he is from Neasden (originally Jamaica) which is about ten miles south of Watford in North West London. I could be remembering wrong.
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Old 16-02-11, 12:19 AM   #105
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Proper great temple there. Neasden i mean, not Jamaica.

True story.
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Old 16-02-11, 12:45 AM   #106
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Raheem Sterling could make history for Liverpool in half-term

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Raheem Sterling, a 16-year-old schoolboy, could become the youngest player in Liverpool’s history after he was named in Kenny Dalglish’s party for tomorrow night’s Europa League tie away to Sparta Prague.

Such is Sterling’s youth, he is able to make the trip to the Czech capital because he is on half-term holiday from Rainhill High School, where he is in the final year of his senior education.

One of the first moves Dalglish made after taking over as caretaker manager in early January was to promote the highly rated teenager to the A list of Liverpool’s Europa League squad, a clear indication of his growing belief that Sterling’s precocious talent makes him worthy of being fast-tracked into the first-team picture.

Dalglish was at Anfield on Monday night to see Sterling score five goals for Liverpool’s youth team in their 9-0 rout of Southend United in the FA Youth Cup, a glittering virtuoso performance that served only to underline why the Merseyside club signed him from Queens Park Rangers for an initial fee of £500,000 last March.

The Jamaican-born youngster was one of the final recruits of Rafael Benítez’s reign, although Dalglish, who was working at the club’s academy at the time, was also instrumental in securing his signature.

Given his age and talent, Sterling will inevitably be seen as a symbol of the renaissance that is taking place at the academy, a revival that will lead to three further products from Liverpool’s youth ranks being included in Dalglish’s squad for the tie in Prague.

Conor Coady, a midfield player who captains the England Under-18 team, and Jonathan Flanagan, an 18-year-old right back whose progress in recent months has caught Dalglish’s eye, have both been called up to the squad.

Jack Robinson, a left back who holds the record for being Liverpool’s youngest player at 16 years and 250 days, has also been included. But his record will be broken should Sterling be given any playing time in Prague as the England Under-17 player will be 16 years and 71 days on the day of the game.

The production line of talent that once thrust the likes of Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher into Liverpool’s first-team ranks had ground to a halt in recent years, prompting a recent overhaul in which Frank McParland was appointed as academy director and the Spanish coaches, Pep Segura and Rodolfo Borrell, were recruited to oversee technical development.

Benítez’s decision to utilise Dalglish’s expertise and experience by handing him a role at the academy was also significant, one of a number of changes that Dalglish himself believes is already paying dividends.

“That’s great credit to Rafa who brought in Pep Segura, Rodolfo Borrell and Frank McParland,” Dalglish said recently. “He reorganised the whole academy and you can see the benefit in the kids now. It’s fantastic to see. The reserve team’s average age has been drastically reduced.”

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Old 16-02-11, 12:57 AM   #108
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That's ace. This kind if thing is going to provide some real motivation for the kids in the academy. Impress Kenny and you could be handed a chance to make the headlines. A real sense of competition should really sort the wheat from the chaff, or at least filter out those without the right attitude.
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Old 16-02-11, 01:14 AM   #109
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loving this more that i should be probably.
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Old 16-02-11, 07:13 AM   #110
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loving this more that i should be probably.
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Old 16-02-11, 08:43 AM   #111
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wow this kid looks very good ........shades of the great John Barnes ........
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Old 16-02-11, 09:56 AM   #112
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That's a good move by the King. Even if the lad doesn't make the bench or get on. Just taking him to Sparta with the 1st team will be a great experience for him.

Good incentitive (sp?) too for the other young lads at the club when they see this.

Nice to see a few others getting called up too.
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Old 16-02-11, 10:02 AM   #113
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He runs exactly like Mark Walters used to. Uncanny how similar they are.

Walters had a decent professional career, hopefully Mr Sterling will have a John Barnes like career.
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wow this kid looks very good ........shades of the great John Barnes ........
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LTG_Jn0qGE
Very exciting prospect.

Some of his runs, against lads of his own age are exceptional, he's already ran nearly the length of the pitch when an opposing player comes along side, and you think he's sprinted so far that the defender will have him....but he just pushes the ball past them and accelerates away, the most exciting young player i've seen in an lfc youth shirt for a long long time.

And before anyone accuses me of going over the top, i do appreciate that he has lots yet to do to come on and be a top pro, but he looks hungry, and he also looks a class apart form his peers.

Loving it!
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That's a good move by the King. Even if the lad doesn't make the bench or get on. Just taking him to Sparta with the 1st team will be a great experience for him.

Good incentitive (sp?) too for the other young lads at the club when they see this.

Nice to see a few others getting called up too.

I think that's the likely scenario.
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I'm loving this. Kenny is the man.
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I'm loving this. Kenny is the man.


Not only does it raise hopes for the best youngsters it also keeps the senior players on their toes too.
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Old 16-02-11, 10:22 AM   #118
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I think that's the likely scenario.
Me too. But I wouldn't be surprised if Robinson (LB) makes the bench. Possible Coady as well.
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That's ace. This kind if thing is going to provide some real motivation for the kids in the academy. Impress Kenny and you could be handed a chance to make the headlines. A real sense of competition should really sort the wheat from the chaff, or at least filter out those without the right attitude.


I remember someone mentioning something like this.....can you please help me out who mentioned it?
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