maybe so, but a midfield duo of Welsh and Biscan is going to find it very hard over there.Skipper Gerrard said:Doubtful. Its not the quality of players that cause our catastrophic away form, its their lack of belief and desire to get truly stuck in.
Having said that, this is a good opportunity for these players. Games like these can be the making of a footballer, Welsh may just rise to the occasian.Jern Lizardhous said:maybe so, but a midfield duo of Welsh and Biscan is going to find it very hard over there.
****s sake, just got to pray and hope a less then half fit Xabi can pull something out of the bagOFFICIAL: GERRARD OUT OF JUVENTUS MATCH
Paul Rogers 11 April 2005
Steven Gerrard has been ruled out of Liverpool's crucial Champions League quarter-final second leg tie against Juventus on Wednesday night after failing to recover from a groin strain at the weekend.
The Liverpool captain suffered an adductor strain in the final minutes of Liverpool's 1-nil defeat to Manchester City at the City of Manchester Stadium on Saturday and was today ruled out of the trip to Turin by medical staff at the club's Melwood training complex.
A spokesperson for Liverpool Football Club confirmed Gerrard would not travel with the squad to Turin on Tuesday but will stay at Melwood for further treatment. Club doctors are hopeful Gerrard may be able to recover in time to be involved in Liverpool's game against Tottenham at Anfield on Saturday.