First time you Losers finish above your MASTERS
And what happens, Your worst nightmare of course---------
Your Masters become GODS OF EUROPE FOR THE 5th TIME(Yes that's five times losers)
And Don't Bother Bleating About us playing in the uefa....We all know its a matter of time......
And now the icing on the cake "OUR BLUE BADGE OF HONOUR" A Permanent reminder for you to suffer forever more.
I'M LOVIN IT
READ AND WEEP------------------------------------
Reds' badge of honour May 30 2005
By Chris Bascombe, Liverpool Echo
LIVERPOOL are to be awarded a special badge of honour by UEFA as a permanent reminder of their fifth European Cup triumph.
The crest is presented to every club which has kept the European Cup, putting the Reds into an elite group including Real Madrid and AC Milan.
The logo will be worn on the shirt sleeves of the players at the start of next season and will never be removed for as long as Liverpool FC exist.
Chief executive Rick Parry said the accolade will ensure the high esteem with which the club is held across Europe will now increase every time the Anfield stars put on their famous jersey.
"By keeping the European Cup, we've joined an elite group which we'll remain part of forever," said Parry.
Blue Honour TGS: Valid
Probably because they don't dominate the domestic scene any more. Look at Man Utd's reaction this season when they...
"We'll have a permanent record of our status with the special UEFA badge on our shirt. Only those clubs who have kept the European Cup get this. From now on, every Liverpool jersey will have this logo. The only problem we've got with it is it's blue, but that's a small price to play for such a prestigious honour.
"The fifth is the most special because it puts us on a different level to before.
"I think Alan Hansen summed it up perfectly. He said you can live off a European Cup win for five years, by 10 it's fading away, but by 20 years it seems like the last win was a lifetime away.
"To many of our fans, this feels even more special than the first because to win five and keep it is the pinnacle for any club."
Meanwhile, the Reds remain hopeful Didi Hamann will stay at Anfield next season, but won't improve their original offer of a one-year deal with the option of a further season.
Bolton have offered Hamann a two-year contract.
Hamann has no interest in a switch to Goodison, but has been holding out for a two-year deal from Anfield.
Hey Bolt...and another. 4433
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Manager Rafa Benitez is standing by his first offer and hopes the events of last week will persuade the influential midfielder to ignore the Reebok and stay on Merseyside.