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Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Liverpool FA Cup


The red ( Liverpool )may be the opportunity to clinch a second trophy this season, but a visit to the site will pave the way QPR whether they could put back the Premier League campaign on the right track. Reds reached the FA Cup semi-final round, where they will face either Everton or Sunderland, after a 2-1 win over Stoke on Sunday.
Kenny Dalglish's squad operations before ending the six-year drought without a trophy after beating League Championship Cardiff City in the League Cup final.
But success was followed in the arena league failed when Liverpool is now ranked seventh, 10 points behind fourth occupant, Arsenal and only three more than newcomers, Swansea. When performance uncertainties at home still brings to the question, the Reds were struggling when playing outside Anfield. Liverpool has two years left out of the Champions League and the third group is outside the top four will contaminate their reputation. midfielder Jay Spearing, 23, realized excitement of chasing trophy should not affect performance in the league. "It (Loftus Road) is not a great place to visit," said Spearing. "We need to go there and show our games, collecting three points and started to climb the league ladder. The dream of every player to play at Wembley and it is certainly more special if the semi-final line-Merseyside club. "We are confident to go there and reached the final. We have a big game this Wednesday (today) is to focus and collect the three points, but once they (the FA Cup semi-final) is reached, we must be prepared.


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