Monday, September 15, 2008

Important Announcement: Keep Up To Date With MyRAWK

Kindly point all your browsers to for all our latest match reports and articles. Keep up to date with all our latest gatherings and activities also through our new home. This blog will not be updated often and will serve as our archives for our older entries. Please take note.

Thanks for all your support and understanding. We will continue to strive hard to improve our online presence and to better serve the Malaysian LFC supporting community.

The MyRAWK Team.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

MyRAWK Special Event - Liverpool vs Man Utd Showdown @ Breakers This Saturday - Sept 13th!

MyRAWK Special Event: Liverpool vs Man Utd, Saturday - Sept 13th @ Breakers, Desa Sri Hartamas, starting at 6:30 pm!

There will be a MyRAWK special event and big gathering for this Saturday's early kickoff showdown with Man Utd. The event starts at 6:30pm and 40 early birds wearing LFC kits / attires will be entitled to free food. There will also be freebies - prizes, merchandises and door gifts, for everyone. Test your knowledge on LFC and win yourselves a prize as we will have quizzes and Q&A sessions. Guess the correct final scoreline and one of you will win a grand prize.

More Details:
Seating: Free
Drinks charge: Happy HOURS till 9pm
Beer Jug: RM34.00
Beer Tower: RM 70.00
Beer Bucket (tuborg X 4 bottles): RM60.00
Premium Liquor brands 20%

So what ya waiting for? Be there or be square! Are YOU Red Enough?


Saturday, September 6, 2008

Welcome To Anfield: Albert Riera

Finally, a left winger is signed to offer us more "possibilities" down the left flank. Checkout his press conference video and a compilation showing his skills while at Espanyol.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

EPL: Aston Villa 0 vs 0 Liverpool, By Jon Wong

Aston Villa 0-0 Liverpool – Still Unbeaten, no?

This match pretty much gained top billings over the weekend with the wanted-away Gareth Barry (but never submitted his transfer request, duh!) playing against the team of the man who spent the whole summer chasing after his signature, our Rafa the Gaffa.

Those expecting fireworks would have been sorely disappointed as both teams lined-up to stifle each other. Under normal circumstances, I wouldn’t really complain too much if we played a little more defensively away from Anfield but this time, Rafa’s lost it. He had 2 strikers in the starting line-up i.e. El Keano but stuck Keano to the left and Torres was upfront by himself. Now, how does that exactly work? Worse still was when Torres tore his hamstring after a quarter of an hour.

O’ Neill was also guilty of defensive tactics even though they had home advantage. They never looked like they set up to win the game. And boy, am I glad we didn’t manage to buy Barry. He was pretty crappy to say the least. Nothing that Xabi or Yossi couldn’t do.

For me, the positive to bring out of this match is Carra and Skrtel are rocks and did not concede, Ngog seems like a gem and we came away unscathed. Nevertheless, it is 2 points dropped. I cannot help but feel yet again we cannot take advantage of other team’s slip-ups. By this I mean Chelsea. We could have been top of the table for 2 weeks but for Rafa’s defensive tactics and putting a table where the lamp* should be.

Are we looking at degenerating into a Houllier-esque meltdown? Honestly, I don’t know but let’s hope we dig ourselves out of this run of unconvincing performances soon. For once, I am glad that the league is on International break. We are still unbeaten, no? Yes we are but for how long?

*In reference to Rafa’s famous ‘table and lamp’ dig at the Valencia board during his last days at the club.