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Liverpool 3 - Aston Villa 1

Anfield

29/04/2006

Attendance: 44,479

Referee:

Liverpool
3 - 1
Aston Villa
Morientes (4) Gerrard (61, 66)
 
Barry (58)
 
Venue: Anfield
 
Attendance: 44,479
The Teams
Jose Reina
 
 
 
Thomas Sorensen
 
 
Jan Kromkamp
 
 
 
Aaron Hughes
 
 
Sami Hyypia
 
 
 
Olof Mellberg
 
 
Jamie Carragher
 
 
 
Gary Cahill
 
 
Djimi Traore
 
 
 
Wilfred Bouma
 
 
Djibril Cisse
 
 
65
 
Steven Davis
 
 
86
Xabi Alonso
 
 
 
Gavin McCann
 
 
Steven Gerrard
 
 
 
Gareth Barry
 
 
82
John Arne Riise
 
 
74
 
James Milner
 
 
Peter Crouch
 
 
62
 
Milan Baros
 
 
46
Fernando Morientes
 
 
 
Gabriel Agbonlahor
 
 
Substitutes
Daniel Agger
 
 
 
Craig Gardner
 
 
86
Robbie Fowler
 
 
62
 
Kevin Phillips
 
 
82
Stephen Warnock
 
 
74
 
Juan Pablo Angel
 
 
46
Mohamed Sissoko
 
 
65
 
Stuart Taylor
 
 
Jerzy Dudek
 
 
 
Liam Ridgewell
 
 
Game Statistics
15
Goal Attempts
7
9
On Target
13
6
Corners
5
58
%
42




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday April 29 2006

Time: 5:01PM

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didnt watch the game how come baros was taken off again? against his old club as well i thought he may have done well like vassell and crouch did...but no we are the villa remember stuff like that doesnt happen to us this season
son_of_cher
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29/04/2006 17:55:00

didnt watch the game how come baros was taken off again? against his old club as well i thought he may have done well like vassell and crouch did...but no we are the villa remember stuff like that doesnt happen to us this season
son_of_cher
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29/04/2006 17:55:00

I never thought I'd be chearing a 3-1 defeat on the second last game of the season but: HURRRRRRAAAAAAYYYYYYYY - SAFE AT LAST!!!!
Villain Of The North
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29/04/2006 18:45:00

I never thought I'd be chearing a 3-1 defeat on the second last game of the season but: HURRRRRRAAAAAAYYYYYYYY - SAFE AT LAST!!!!
Villain Of The North
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29/04/2006 18:45:00

Yeah, safety via other teams ineptitude.!
The Fear
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29/04/2006 18:50:00

Yeah, safety via other teams ineptitude.!
The Fear
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29/04/2006 18:50:00

True but I'll take that as opposed to relegation.
Villain Of The North
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29/04/2006 21:16:00

True but I'll take that as opposed to relegation.
Villain Of The North
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29/04/2006 21:16:00

Another far from inspiring performance, but at least thanks to results elsewhere we dont have to go into the Sunderland game knowing that a point was still needed for safety. Recent performances would hardly inspire confidence that we could get a result against the wearsiders, as poor a team as they are. Going back to Anfield though, after a poor first half display from us, we then equalise, and throw a great opportunity to go 2-1 up. Story of our season I guess.
glensider
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30/04/2006 15:35:00

Another far from inspiring performance, but at least thanks to results elsewhere we dont have to go into the Sunderland game knowing that a point was still needed for safety. Recent performances would hardly inspire confidence that we could get a result against the wearsiders, as poor a team as they are. Going back to Anfield though, after a poor first half display from us, we then equalise, and throw a great opportunity to go 2-1 up. Story of our season I guess.
glensider
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30/04/2006 15:35:00

if stevie g can score a few in the world cup we might not miss rooney....... ah who am i trying to kid?!
vertigo_red
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30/04/2006 23:31:00

if stevie g can score a few in the world cup we might not miss rooney....... ah who am i trying to kid?!
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