On my part of the world,its officially Bill Shankly's birthday. Liverpool Football Club is what it is today because of you. I wished i had the chance to meet you. &I know you're always looking over our beautiful club,always. YNWA ♥
“Yes, indeed it was terrible news when Raul Meireles decides to leave us. Well, i guess he is considering his future since he won’t be playing for us as much. Whatever it is, we will just have to wish him luck with his career but I’m pretty sure it will deteriorate like Torres’s career. Like what Kenny would say, ‘NOBODY IS BIGGER THAN THE CLUB’. We should just focus on the players that want to play for us! YNWA!”—
Jordan Henderson and Charlie Adam opened their competitive accounts as Liverpool went top of the league with a 3-1 win over Bolton Wanderers on Saturday tea-time.
Martin Skrtel was the other scorer on a day when Kenny Dalglish’s boys treated their supporters to a superb exhibition of football.
Ivan Klasnic fired a consolation in injury-time but the Reds now lead the pack on goal difference ahead of Sunday’s fixtures after completing their best start to a league season for 17 years.
Kenny Dalglish admits he was disappointed not to see Liverpool collect three points as they drew 1-1 with Sunderland at Anfield, but acknowledged a draw was a fair reflection of the contest.
The Reds took an early lead through a Luis Suarez header moments after the Uruguayan had missed a penalty.
Andy Carroll then had a goal ruled out for a foul, before Sunderland claimed a share of the spoils with a fine strike by Sebastian Larsson midway through the second half.
Afterwards, Dalglish told reporters: “I think over the game, even though Pepe only had to catch a couple of headers, for the effort and commitment they (Sunderland) put into it, a draw was probably about right.