-- Google Analytics START --> <-- Google Analytics END -->
notes from a small vicar
from a parish
in Liverpool, UK
Saturday, February 22, 2003Count yer blessings
Oh, yes. Hilarity prior to RadzinskiÕs great escape act today, at my usual spec on Goodison Road. As I opened the latest When Skies Are Grey my eyes lit on this classic.....
06/02/03 Liverpool 0 Palace 2
"We don't like to lose but this could be a good thing for the rest of the season. It could be a blessing in disguise. We'll See.Ó
29/01/03 Liverpool 2 Arsenal 2
"You don't always get everything going your way in life but I believe my players have overcome the disappointments better than I have. This could be a blessing in disguise."
26/01/03 Palace 0 Llverpool O
"You learn more about your players. A crisis can be a blessing in disguise."
15/12/02 Sunderland 2 Liverpool 1
"I said to our players that our season starts now. We are still in the Uefa Cup, the Worthington Cup and the FA Cup. We're still in a strong position. Maybe it's a blessing in disguise."
25/11/02 Fulham 3 Liverpool 2
"I think we will see this period as a blessing in disguise. In fact, I like being down like this because you always learn more about your players from a defeat."
17/11/02 Liverpool 0 Sunderland 0
"This is something good about my team - once a game is fnished it's in the past. When you lose it's an opportunity to recover your focus, sharpen your energy. Time will tell - it could have been a blessing in disguiseÓ.
25/09/02 Valencia 2 Liverpool O
"There's no disgrace in losing to a good team - and it's better to lose the first match than the others that follow. This was a reminder of what is required at this level... and maybe it was a blessing in disguise."
This week Rick Parry, Liverpool's Chief Executive was quoted as saying: "we are extremely happy with everything Gerard has done for us and we have absolutely no doubts he'll be with us for the foreseeable future."
There is no disguising this blessing.