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Liverpool Get New Club Badge

Liverpool Get New Club Badge

Upon completion of the takeover at Anfield yesterday, the new owners declared the old Liverpool crest would be replaced with a more modern look.

Well, we here Vital Arsenal are committed to bringing you all things football, and we have somehow managed to secure a sneak preview.


Drum roll please...........


















Insults on the back of a postcard please and mail to PO Box 100, It's all for a laugh, Bognor.





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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Wednesday February 7 2007
Time: 10:21AM

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i can taste the jealousy even from the other side of the computer screen....
commenter
07/02/2007 10:33:00
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zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
trader
07/02/2007 10:37:00
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Liverpool fans; They mock the Chavs for having bought the title, now they are in the exact same position and everyone's jealous. As hypocritical as they are moronic!!
Rocky7
07/02/2007 10:38:00
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Snooze
Eusebio
07/02/2007 10:44:00
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We are not going to go and buy the title, dolt. This is an investment that secures the long-term future of the club whilst being able to compete fianacially with Chelsea, Man Utd and yourselves. Moores has had the club in his family for a long time but he could not compete with the vast sums of money that are being thrown around. We will be no more "buying the league" than Man Utd if we win it in the next few years and nobody ever talks about Man Utd buying the league even though they have went a spent £30million of the likes of Veron and Van Nistelrooy amoung other players....Chelsea...their a totally different kettle of fish. They were a mid-table/top 8 club before Abramovich and the only way they won the league is buy going and spending grossly exaggerated cash on every player they wanted. They bought their success....Liverpool and Man Utd have the history they do not.
commenter
07/02/2007 10:45:00
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Man United could afford the likes of Veron, Ferdinand and Rooney because of long term success on the field, that is the point. You will be able to spend vast sums on players because of a rich owner ala Chelsea. That is the difference. And can you lot honestly say that you never took the p!ss out of the Man Usa Buckaneers when they were taken over by that odd looking f***ker with the beard? No, I thought not.
hatespur
07/02/2007 10:49:00
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Are you kidding? Seriously? Go back over the last 5 seasons and calculate the sum of money spent on players. Yourseleves, Chelsea, Man Utd and Spurs have been the biggest spenders in the league. If you had a decent manager who didn't spunk all the money away on mediocre players like Garcia, Gonzalez, Aurrielo, Pennant (cheers for the cash btw) then you wouldn't need some flash harry to come in and bail you out. We on the other hand can't compete with the likes of new castle in the transfer market, yet year after year we are there or there abouts, it's called having a good manager, you might want to try it at onepoint. From this day forward, that history you worked so hard for, and were respected for is a seperate enterty, what ever you win from now on will be tainted.
Rocky7
07/02/2007 10:52:00
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Liverpool have had a much more successfull recent history than Man Utd. For example since 2001 Liverpool have won countless more trophies than anybody else in England and maybe in Europe.
commenter
07/02/2007 10:53:00
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Chelsea had won one league title in THEIR ENTIRE NON-HISTORY Liverpool have won 18 titles AND 5 European Cups already. End of argument. :-)
trader
07/02/2007 10:59:00
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go on then commenter, I know I'm asking for it but go on... p.s. no league cups, no charity shields, no silly made up cups etc... no not even super cups.... also 2001 seems a strange year to start counting, I'm sure you've got your reasons!
kenny lunt
07/02/2007 11:01:00
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