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Liverpool bounced back from defeat to their bitterest rivals with a 5-0 thrashing of Norwich City at Anfield in the Premier League. More
Manager: Brendan Rodgers
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we ripped norwich in half!!!
LIVERPOOL GO AND GRAP THE TITLLE. I AM BEHIND YOU
I can feel the fresh winds blow our boat to the right direction. Keep rowing REDS.
141.well done the Reds
I have noticed that all the phony armchair #$%$ fans don't bother commenting when Liverpool have a good day at the office.
Great to see Carragher get a PL game and help keep a clean sheet.
we love you tim
will win 5-0
how can the EXPERT vote both goalies as 6 ?? one kept a clean sheet the other picked 5 goals from his net.
If norwich had won ,it would have still been how good liverpool are.
Oi Magoo; didn't Norwich beat salford?
Getting better but still a way to go .
125. What a proper #$%$ kicking the mighty red men are giving YNWA From MICHAEL LACY, on Sat 19 Jan 16:42 mick tracey you are a puppet loserfool have been so poor this year the artfull dodger want to join ya
norwich must have realy poor to see studs up stevie starfish score , and the cheating bug bunny got one to,
Marvelously done,,Red always stands as danger to the Norwich,,,Guys lets keep this level constant,,,
Poor norwich must hate the sight of liverpool (again)
well done the Reds and congretulation to you Rodger....... keep it up
Fantastic Game Lads same again next mever.atch LFC for Ever
joint 6 th
Your. Report. On the liverpool game was good. But would. Be. Better. With sound good time
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