Will Liverpool FC be the toughest team to beat if Barry too joins them?

@gvaisakh (422)
August 6, 2008 11:04am CST
Liverpool football clubs forward line is now one of the best in the world....... They have three world famous strikers such as Fernando Torres, Robbie Keane, Dirk Kuyt,etc..... Their midfield is mainly controlled by their captain Steven Gerrard...... He is already helped in yhe midfield by John Arne Riise, Xabi Alonso,etc...... Now Gareth Barry is all set to leave Aston Villa FC and join Lverpool FC.... If this happens, then their midfield will be as strong as Great Wall of China.... They have a very good goalkeeper Reina and defense led by Carragher..... So I think this club will be the toughest to beat in the new season especially when Manchester United FC is affected by Cristiano Ronaldo transfer saga
5 responses
• Pakistan
7 Aug 08
Liverppol cannot win any trophy in this season although they have three or 4 best strikers. They are a rubbish team at all. And their goalkeeper is not the best in the world. He is an average goalkeeper. So i don't think they are toughtest team in the europe. Thanks
@riezzaf (23)
• Malaysia
7 Aug 08
For me with or without Gareth Barry, liverpool still have a chance to challenge for the EPL title this season.
• Croatia (Hrvatska)
6 Aug 08
i think that we will need to wait for some matches, to see how this players will work together ... this is the most important thing
@wantknow (310)
• Thailand
6 Aug 08
I think they can have good chance this season. Anyway, I think Liverpool still need Gerrard & Torres. If they don't in good form or injuried, banned. I think they will have big problem. Liverpool subs didn't good much compare with ManU & Chelsea. Anyway, I didn't know Robbie Kean will be play well with Liverpool or not. Let's see. By the way, maybe you miss something, Riise moved to Roma for many days ago
• India
6 Aug 08
No doubt,they will be stronger than last year but they wont be strong enough to challenge chelsea or man u for the title.Maybe at the most theyll come second or third.