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Well Mr Benitez how does it feel? Wednesday at Anfield daniel Aggar put on a performance which Olivier (Laurence not Tebily) would have been proud. Off went Johnson who is still got two games of his suspension left.

Aggar and his fellow Dutchman Robben certainly make a double act. In the end Reina's dismissal cost Liverpool nothing. They have two international goalies to fill in. Johnson was vital to stopping Liverpool and Saturday he was so badly missed that Blues had to sink to putting Butt back in the side.

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Date:Monday February 6 2006
Time: 5:37PM

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A couple of points in reply to your witty article FatBoy Agger is danish not dutch and just returning from serious injury. Johnson's tackle was reckless at best and dangerous when seen again. A tackle which could well have put Daniel out for several weeks again. A different scenario to that of Robbin' Robben's display yesterday.
redannie
06/02/2006 19:18:00
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Ok, first of all genius, Agger is from Denmark. You know? The state where something is rotten? Robben is indeed a Dutchman. Dutchmen come from the Netherlands. Second of all. Johnson's sending off wasn't right but his tackle was reckless and worthy of a yellow. Robben, on the other hand, had nothing. Reina didn't act reckless or couldn't have hurt him with what he did. Furthermore, Agger did not make a meal of Johnson's tackle. Robben set out to get Reina sent off. None the less, Johnson's sending off was harsh. I can see how you'd be bitter. Especially considering you're so far down the table and all.
Cloggs
06/02/2006 19:25:00
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Danish Smanish . I agree Johnson's tackle was worth a yellow but Aggar performance was just that a performance. Robben behaved like a big tart and Aggar was a bigger tart. Play like men!!! Tommy smith would have got up took the free kick and sorted Johnson out at a later stage. Liverpool have the biggest group of atarts on the planet. They milk decisions especially at home. If my son came home looking like Harry Kewell or roled around for nothing like Aggar I'd kick en into touch. Thanks for your reply.Keep readin
BigAl
07/02/2006 11:57:00
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Why you get a chance to write for this website i dont know. Your pathetic. If you watch the tackle a million times you can see the studs come down on Agger's leg. Granted its not a red card. But the guy is actually injured from the tackle. Its idiots like you who see the world through Neanderthal glasses that give football supporters a bad name.
artful_dodger74
07/02/2006 13:00:00
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I thought there was a sniper in the stands when Robben went down!!
simmy8_2000
09/02/2006 14:39:00
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I don't think spectacles were available to neanderthals. They were only available around 1500 .If Mr Aggars was hurt how did he manage to run around like a spring chick 30 seconds after having studs down his leg? As I said play like men. I am embarrased by the Aggars and the Robbens of this world. They give football a bad name.
FinFan
13/02/2006 23:33:00
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