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Paranoia: Fulham Into Final, Liverpool Crash Out!

Paranoia: Fulham Into Final, Liverpool Crash Out!

Congratulations to Fulham, who beat Hamburg 2-1 and go into the Europa League Final. Commiserations to Liverpool who go out on the away goals rule against Atletico Madrid.

Now that Liverpool's season is effectively over those who support the so-called mighty Reds will be depressed, even suicidal. No doubt they will want a LFC head to roll but I'm afraid it's too late. The sea of change has begun.

Liverpool FC will no doubt qualify for next seasons Europa League competition but they can thank Portsmouth for that. Why, well the south-coast team qualified simply by reaching the FA Cup Final, but due to their current financial position their European expedition has been blocked, which leaves the club who finishes seventh in the Premier League entry into the competition.

The way it stands, Liverpool will more than likely finish in the final qualifying place but by a whisker. Lucky or what?

Manchester City, Aston Villa and Tottenham on the other hand are the so-called new kids on the block. The aforementioned clubs have all but qualified for next seasons European competitions however, no one knows whether it will be Champions League football or otherwise.

The tide has turned and no doubt Liverpool will re-emerge as a future contender for various cup competitions, but for now the decline is in perpetual motion.

Paranoia

Although the following video clip is nearly 30-years-old the lyrics are as fresh and relevant as they once were. Liverpool FC = Paranoia, or in this case, Paranoimia - surely not!



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday April 29 2010
Time: 11:11PM

Comments

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Yay Fulham!
los_angeles_villan
29/04/2010 23:20:00
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Well done to Fulham FC - fantastic achievement.
Tudor
29/04/2010 23:28:00
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bye bye liverpool, bye bye liverpool, haha
Avillian136
29/04/2010 23:33:00
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Ha ha - what a joke? "the sea of change has begun" sure whatever you say. We had one bad season but your Sh!ty team still sucks after spending 130 million, two coaches’ in one season, 4 new strikers and a couple of overpriced defenders. Maybe Spurs and Villa have improved but your sorry lot is pouring money on the pitch and still can’t manage to play half decent football. And let me remind you that even at our lowest point players all across Europe keep saying they are proud to be linked with us, you can't convince any good player to WANT to play for you and even the overpriced ones you got want out - Adebayor = still wearing Arsenal gear abroad, Robinho = would rather play in Brazil then in a City shirt. Tevez = starting to make noise about not being happy there. If the sea is turning it’s not in your favor.
Klutch
29/04/2010 23:57:00
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Klutching at straws comes to mind!
Lando78
30/04/2010 00:03:00
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Klutch - you sound like my ex-son-in-law. Are we a tad crabby tonight?
Tudor
30/04/2010 00:14:00
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Its time for a new broom and Manchester City FC are just about to take hold of it.
Tudor
30/04/2010 00:21:00
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Tudor - Crabby? Nope actually I’m very proud our boys they played their socks off. There are many things I could say about your daughter but I’ll keep the page clean. ;)
Klutch
30/04/2010 00:29:00
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Steady!!
Tudor
30/04/2010 00:32:00
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O i do agree with one thing on the post - Congratulations to Fulham hope they go on to win it.
Klutch
30/04/2010 00:33:00
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