Please do not come back!

By on February 10, 2009

Sports News - February 08, 2009

There are suggestions that Andriy Voronin could cut his season long loan to Hertha Berlin to come back to Anfield. Having sold Keane, we are short of options upfront but I would rather have things the way they are than have Voronin back. For me, Voronin has been one of Rafa’s worst signings and I can not see him coming back and helping us win the Premiership. I had actually hoped we would have sold him in the summer than send him out on loan.

Voronin never settled in at Liverpool so what makes him think he can settle in now? I have just had a look at Voronin’s states for the season at Hertha and he has played 15 games and scored 4 goals, so even at Hertha he is not really setting the stage alight. I would actually prefer Ngog to start ahead of Voronin!

I guess at the end of the day it is Rafa’s choice if he wants to recall Voronin from loan but I some how do not see Rafa taking this option. Some of you may disagree with me and you may believe that we need as many players in the squad as we can in the push for the title but do you remember some of those shocking performances Voronin put in for us? I do not think I could live with myself if he misses a sitter with minutes to go in a crucial 6 pointer match. I would rather have a Stevie or Torres miss than live with that fact that Voronin cost us the league!

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4 Comments

  1. JHoff

    February 10, 2009 at 4:16 pm

    Why do people keep saying we are short upfront??? In the last two games we have averaged 2.5 goals/game. We are fine with Torres and Benny. They work so well together.

  2. sturon

    February 10, 2009 at 5:58 pm

    I could even put up with Babel missing a sitter ! lol

  3. Tonka

    February 11, 2009 at 8:15 am

    Not a bad average for the last two games but the average slips down to 1.68 per game in the EPL so far this season.

  4. footie analyst

    February 23, 2009 at 12:28 am

    We are short up front…no doubt about that. Look how many goals we have scored in the last 6 games or since the Newcastle romp, not much really. Rafa should play Babel up front…but he is the manager and only he knows why he doesn’t get that much game time.

    Voronin – like he is praying in the pic I also pray that he doesn’t come back…

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