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That would be good news to Liverpool because, he won't be fit and Liverpool will be playing against ten men with Rooney absolutuely useless at Anfield. If he thinks that Manure are going to turn over Liverpool like Arsenal did, they are going to be in for a rude shock. Yes, some mistakes were made and the manc lover referee Howard Webb did the rest to ensure Liverpool never recovered in the match. He also blatantly turned down two penalty appeals in the match. Any other referee and Liverpool would have at least got a draw. Manure will be coming to Anfield after a tough encounter away in the Champions League to Galatarsaray. Fergie has no choice but to play his strongest line-up and then face their arch enemies at Anfield three days later. Whereas Liverpool plays a Swiss team which the second stringers can handle in the Europa League. Some of the key players will be rested and will play against manure. This will be the game that Branden Rodgers will set his marker as the turning point in the Liverpool fortune.

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