Liverpool and Chelsea go out.

@CEVCEV (544)
November 12, 2008 4:51pm CST
I've got to say that both Liverpool and Chelsea beaten in the fourth round of the League Cup tonight don't seem to treat this competition serious enough. I think that they veiw it as an opportunity to give some players a competitive 'run out'. With more profitable competitions to play for is this the right way to treat the competition.?
2 responses
@chiaeugene (2226)
• China
12 Nov 08
maybe u are right as their focus is on champion league and league title as they are tied at the moment at the top. i cannot say that liverpool took the competition lightly as they are playing away to spurs who are currently in good form but i think chelsea definitely is as there is no way i can imagine them losing at home to a non premier league team. what else can explain their defeat apart from their complacency
@CEVCEV (544)
13 Nov 08
I see that Lampard was on the sitting on the ground with his head in his hands 'was he crying' ? so he seemed not to take the defeat lightly, but you could be spot on with the complacency idea ??????
• China
13 Nov 08
i dun think lampard can take it lightly. he is always serious in his games but for other players, i am not sure. but what else can explain their defeat when they have almost all international players on the field. if that is not complacency, then i do not know what is. haha. but i do not like it that they go out so early cos they will not be tied down with that many games and i rather they goes out in the semi final.
• India
15 Nov 08
yep, your are right livepool and chelsea are out. i don't think they took it light. it was more of a good performance from spurs and its was unfortunate that liverpool had a bad day on the field. well, i was surprising to see top two teams in epl crashing out.
@CEVCEV (544)
17 Nov 08
I was surprised and saddend to see Liverpool go out after a good display. Unfortunatly once again we couldn't get the ball into the back of the net often enough. Let's hope that the goals will start to flow more freely as the season progresses