Goldbo set to shine at Kalgoorlie
Comments Courtesy Of The Australian Associated Press
Shafiq suspended two months over handling of Kingsley
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Perfect Challenger gets the vote
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Always A Winner should win again
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Hero and zero
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Falcao to snub Reds for Real
Why Liverpool fail to attract top stars
Bubbles are bursting around Liverpool. Egos are at risk of shrinking. Proud reputations are at stake.
The Reds seem unworthy of the world’s greatest talents. They are not quite big enough.
Anfield apologists may rupture spleens in outraged indignation, but overseas players are not viewing the Merseyside club through myopic, rose-tinted glasses.
Five European Cups, 18 league titles and the most spine-tingling song in the English game stir souls, but high-profile foreigners do not hear Gerry and the Pacemakers during preliminary transfer discussions. Nor do they recall sepia-stained images of Kenny Dalglish, John Barnes and Peter Beardsley.
They see an illustrious football museum. Alexis Sanchez, Radamel Falcao and Edinson Cavani are the latest leading names to nod politely at Liverpool’s offer, smile weakly before making their excuses and fleeing.
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