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Birthdate: 20 October 1961

Birthplace: St Asaph, Wales

Other clubs: Chester (1977-80), Juventus (1986-88), Leeds United (1996-97), Newcastle United (1997-98), Sheffield United (loan 1998), Wrexham (1998-99), Sydney Olympic (1999)

Bought from: Chester, Juventus

Signed for LFC: 300000 / £2700000, 01.05.1980 / 01.07.1986 (loan) / 18.08.1988

International debut: 21.05.1980 vs. Scotland

International caps: 73/28 (67/26 at LFC) - 24.1.1996

Liverpool debut: 13.12.1980

Last appearance: 11.05.1996

Debut goal: 30.09.1981

Last goal: 05.05.1996

Contract expiry: 01.07.1986 / 01.07.1987 (end of loan) / 20.05.1996

Win ratio: 54.7% W: 361 D: 165 L: 134

Games/goals ratio: 1.91

Total games/goals opposite LFC: 3 / 0

LFC league games/goals: 469 / 229

Total LFC games/goals: 660 / 346






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Simply the greatest goalscorer in Liverpool's history. Rushie was born and raised with four sisters and five brothers in a village called St Asaph in North-Wales. When he was 13 playing for Deeside Primary schools his scoring prowess alerted scouts at Liverpool and Manchester United. He eventually went on trials to Burnley, Wrexham and Chester. Cliff Sear, the youth team manager at Chester, put him at ease and Rush felt at home at Chester. Liverpool scout Geoff Twentyman was a regular visitor at Chester's games and come 1980 Bob Paisley was convinced enough about his talent to convince the club to splash out £300,000 on the 19-year-old which was the highest fee ever paid for a youngster at the time in the world. What clinched the deal for Rush was that Chester manager, Allan Oakes, told him: 'If you don't make it, you can always go back to Chester." Rush left Chester after scoring 17 goals in 39 matches. Rush made his debut for Liverpool in a 1-1 draw against Ipswich on 13 December 1980 replacing Kenny Dalglish in the side, who was out with an injured ankle. Wearing the famous number seven at Liverpool was quite a responsibility for the youngster, who was raised as an Everton supporter. Rush's second game was a League Cup final replay no less. He had an impressive game at Villa Park and rattled the crossbar. Liverpool celebrated a 2-1 win courtesy of Dalglish’s and Hansen’s goals. Rush finished the season with nine games for Liverpool but still no goals. He had though so far netted twelve goals in 30 reserve appearances.


Rush didn’t get a chance in the first team at the beginning of his first full season. He also had trouble adapting socially to his new surroundings. He was shy and didn’t like how Dalglish and the senior players used to wind him and the other new recruits up. Rush knocked on Paisley’s door and declared he wanted a chance with the first team or else he would leave. Paisley said he would make him available for transfer and Rush left his office determined to show him he could score an abundance of goals with the reserves that would alert other clubs. Rush scored five goals in his first four reserve games of the season. Paisley’s trick had worked as he never intended to sell him.


Rush broke his duck on 30 September 1981 at Anfield against Oulu Palloseura from Finland in the European Cup. He came on as a substitute and scored one of Liverpool's seven on the night. David Johnson got injured and Rush had a golden opportunity to establish himself in the side. Rush scored a brace against Exeter in the League Cup and netted another two goals in the League against Leeds and didn’t stop until he had scored 30 goals that season. The pinnacle was his first goal at Wembley in the League Cup final. Ronnie Whelan scored Liverpool's two goals in their 3-1 win over Tottenham. Whelan and Rush entered the side at a similar time and became firm friends. Their time had certainly come. Few believed Rush could sustain his current rate of scoring goals the next season, but he proved them all wrong and was voted the League’s most promising player in the 1982/83 season. Rush and Dalglish had formed a lethal partnership and their understanding of each other’s strengths was incredible. Rush was a quick runner and a quick thinker as well. He had made his move long before the opponent had realised. Sure enough Kenny rewarded his run with a brilliant pass and soon the ball was in the net. Rush soon earned the nickname "The Ghost" for the way he snuck up behind defenders. Rushie’s most memorable scoring feat that season was without a doubt his four goals in the derby match against Everton at Goodison Park. His destruction of the Blues was immortalised in song as an extra verse in "Poor Scouser Tommy" by Liverpool fans all over the world. Liverpool won the same double as the season before, the Championship and the League Cup.


The 1983/84 season was perhaps Rush's best for Liverpool. He scored a breathtaking hat-trick at Aston Villa, four against Coventry and five against Luton. Just before he went out on the field to score a quintette against Luton he soaked his rock hard boots in the bath. Every game since then he religiously wet his boots prior to kick-off. Liverpool fans would hardly believe if 90 minutes could pass without Rush scoring. He finished off Dinamo Bucharest in the semi-finals of the European Cup by a couple of goals. The final was a memorable one and Rush was one of four Liverpool players who scored in the penalty shoot-out in Rome. He had scored no less than 47 goals that season and was awarded the Golden Boot for being Europe’s top scorer. It was hardly surprising that his fellow professionals in England and the local media would choose him as the best player of the season. He had also destroyed Roger Hunt’s Liverpool record who had scored 41 goals in one season twenty years earlier. Rush was tempted to leave his beloved club for Napoli in 1984 as Rush revealed to LFChistory.net. "Napoli offered me £1 million and I wanted to speak to them just before the deadline. John Smith, the Liverpool Chairman, refused to do that." Napoli went on to sign Diego Maradona instead.


Rush suffered his first setback when he was sidelined for the first 14 games in the following season. His first game was against Everton but he drew a blank. Only a few days later he was back with a vengeance when he scored a hat-trick against Benfica in the second round of the European Cup. Rush repeated his feat from a year earlier when he scored two goals in the semi-final against Panathinaikos at Anfield, but the European Cup final at Heysel was a tragedy.


Liverpool captured the double in the 1985/86 season with Rush once again playing a key part, scoring twice in a 3-1 victory over Everton in the first-ever Merseyside final, which he rates as his most memorable game. Heartbreak for Liverpool fans worldwide was ahead. The Heysel tragedy resulted in a European ban for Liverpool and the club suffered financially for its exclusion from Europe. Liverpool were forced to part with their greatest asset for which they were going to receive a record fee for a British footballer, £3.2million.


Rush was supposed to join Juventus in the summer of 1986, but Juventus president, Giampiero Boniperti, said to his great surprise during contract negotiations that he was going to be loaned out to Lazio in Serie B for the 1986/87 season as Platini had decided to play one more season. The French maestro and Michael Laudrup would occupy the two places allowed for foreigners at the Italian club. Rush suggested a loan to Liverpool to Boniperti. Those who feared Rush wouldn’t give 100% for the club in his final season soon calmed down. He scored 21 goals in his first 21 games. Incredibly Liverpool had never lost a game in which Rushie scored. The tally had reached 145 games when Liverpool faced Arsenal in the League Cup final. Rush gave Liverpool the lead but Charlie Nicholas replied with two and Arsenal ran out winners. Everton recaptured the Championship from their neighbours but not before Rush made them suffer at Anfield when he scored his eighteenth and nineteenth goal in twenty derby matches, equalling Dixie Dean’s record. Dixie achieved that feat in 17 matches, but Rushie went on to score a total of 25 goals against the Blues. Rush said goodbye to Liverpool by registering six goals in his final eight games.


The Welshman scored 14 goals for Juventus in the 1987/88 season of which eight were in Serie A. Diego Maradona was number one in the scoring charts with 14 league goals and Rush scored as many goals as Marco Van Basten and more than Rudi Voeller. He showed Juve fans what he was capable of when he scored four goals against Pescara in the cup. Injuries, illness, the defensive nature of the Italians and Michel Platini’s decision to quit Juventus all played a part in Rush's failure to deliver the goods on a regular basis. Peter Robinson was relaxing in the Spanish sun in 1988 when he spotted a magazine article that said talented striker, Alexander Zavarov, was on his way to Juventus and that meant there would be one foreign player too many at the Torino club. Robinson suspected who would be left out and immediately phoned Dalglish. Rushie’s return to Liverpool after only one season abroad came as a surprise to everyone and no one realised until he sat down with the manager in front of the stunned press that he had signed for his old club. Majority of the press believed that Liverpool were buying Gary Pallister from Middlesbrough to replace the injured Alan Hansen. The prize was £2.7million so Liverpool had bought him for £500,000 less. Liverpool had ran away with the League in the previous campaign and defences all around England were already quivering in their boots to meet up with Rush again, not least his neighbours across Stanley Park.


Once Rush returned he was clearly far away from his best condition. In January fans started to see glimpses of the old Rush. He scored in three games in a row but then he got injured and a knee operation meant two months on the sidelines. He proved a valuable substitute in the FA Cup final against his old foes Everton. John Aldridge made way for Rush in the second half having scored the only goal of the game until then. Stuart McCall equalized in the last seconds of full time. Rush scored Liverpool’s second with a brilliant shot in the fifth minute of extra-time but that was cancelled out by another McCall equalizer in the 102nd minute. Two minutes later Rushie proved to be the hero of the day when he scored with a dead accurate header and Liverpool won the Cup. Rush was preferred to John Aldridge in the starting line-up the following season and critics got on his back right away. The pressure was greater because Aldridge had been the team’s top scorer last season. He was not happy with the situation and signed for Real Sociedad in Spain where he continued to score on a regular basis. Rush didn’t let Kenny down and finished the season as top scorer with 26 goals. Like clockwork he scored the same amount of goals next season but Dalglish’s resignation spoilt Liverpool’s chances of holding on to their League title. Rush sustained an injury along with other key players in Souness’s first whole season in 1991/92. He managed to get himself fit for the FA Cup final against Sunderland and struck gold as usual at Wembley. He sealed Liverpool’s 2-0 win and his fifth goal in a FA Cup final was an unprecedented achievement.


Rush struggled along with others in the Liverpool side in the next two seasons but still delivered 41 goals. On 18 October 1992 Rush made another record his very own. He scored his 287th goal for Liverpool in a 2-2 draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford. Roger Hunt had to step down from his pedestal as Liverpool’s greatest goalscorer. Rush was in awe of Sir Roger. "Obviously I am proud and privileged to have beaten the record of a great player like Roger Hunt. He was my father's hero." Souness gave Rushie the captain’s armband he fully deserved in the autumn of 1993. He also received a new and promising strike-partner by the name of Robbie Fowler. They connected well and the Welshman took the young striker under his wing. Souness resigned in January 1994 and Roy Evans took over. Rush played his 600th game for Liverpool against Blackburn in the fifth round of the League Cup and celebrated by scoring his thirteenth hat-trick! Rush went on to score sixteen in total, one less than the club's hat-trick king, Gordon Hodgson. Steve McManaman proved instrumental in the final against Bolton and no one was more proud than Rushie to lift the cup as captain. In the summer of 1995 Liverpool bought the striking sensation that was Stan Collymore for a record fee. Rush was approaching his thirty-fourth birthday and the prediction was this was going to be his final season. Rush continued as captain and figured at the start of the season, but got sidelined through injury. Fowler and Collymore established a good rapport and the writing was firmly on the wall for the legend. Rushie’s achievements in the game were acknowledged by the queen at the turn of the year. He was awarded the MBE at Buckingham Palace. One more record gave way before Rushie left Anfield. On 6 January 1996 he scored against Rochdale in the third round of the FA Cup at Anfield. It was his forty-second goal in the competition and put him one above Denis Law with whom he had shared the record as the competition’s greatest goal-scorer in the twentieth century. Rochdale manager, Mick Docherty, was honoured to witness this monumental feat: "It couldn't happen to a better pro. He is a shining light in the profession because of his work rate, dedication and his great scoring record."


On 27 April 1996 Ian Rush played his farewell game at Anfield. He came on as a substitute in a 1-0 win over Middlesbrough but couldn’t get on the scoresheet. Rush was applauded by both sets of fans. He took his shirt off and threw it into the Kop. "It was an emotional day but also a fantastic day for me," Rushie said after the final whistle. "The reception I got will live with me forever. I'm sorry I didn't score. The fans were willing me to score and I wanted to score as much as they wanted me to. I wanted to stay on the pitch forever." He played his final League game against Manchester City and scored in a 2-2 draw. He looked forward to his final appearance that was appropriately enough at Wembley in the FA Cup final. Rush came on in the second half but a dull game ended 1-0 in Manchester United’s favour. A few days later he joined Leeds United. He was continually played out of position on the wing at Leeds and only recorded three goals for the Yorkshire club. In the summer of 1997 his old mate Dalglish lured him to Newcastle as well John Barnes. Rush scored two goals for Newcastle and both were historic. He scored his forty-eighth goal in the League Cup which equalled Geoff Hurst’s record and his second and last goal of his top-flight career came against Everton. Once more his old favourites were his victims. He was loaned out to Sheffield United in the spring and was hired as player-coach of Wrexham in the 1998/99 season. The legendary striker made couple of appearances with Sidney Olympic in Australia before retiring in 1999.


Ian Rush was also a star for his country. He played 73 internationals for Wales and scored 28 goals which is of course also a goalscoring record. His biggest disappointment was that he never got the opportunity to represent his country in the European Championships or the World Cup. Wales’ Ryan Giggs is amongst his biggest admirers: "As a schoolboy the three strikers I admired most were Ian Rush, Mark Hughes and Gary Lineker. But Rushie stood out because he was such an inspiring example to youngsters with so many other assets to his game." Rush has passed his FA coaching badges and travelled around the world to Australia and Iceland amongst other countries where he has taught kids to become accomplished goalscorers trying to pass on the knowledge he has gained. Houllier also recognised his coaching ability and added him temporarily to his Liverpool staff to help his strikers score goals.


Rush argued he was a better all-round player once he returned from Italy. He had certainly always impressed with his goalscoring talents but what made him stand apart was his defensive work. He was Liverpool's first defender when the opposition had the ball. Joe Fagan was always impressed by Rush's attention to teamwork. "He set an example to all his colleagues, not only in his scoring, but also in his willingness to tackle back. He wins the ball so often it provides a psychological boost for defenders." Rush scored 207 goals in 331 appearances in his first spell at Liverpool and added 139 in 329 games in his second phase at the club following his return from Juventus. Ian Rush is a unique striker at a club that prides itself on great forwards.


Иън Ръш (Ian Rush) е уелски футболист, нападател и треньор.


Завършен голмайстор, който стреля еднакво добре с двата крака и с глава- истинско страшилище за вратарите. Най-добър реализатор на "Ливърпул" за всички времена. Ръш е ненадминат голмайстор и на британския футбол, но остава велик играч дори и да не беше вкарал нито един гол. Неговият спринт и отличните му подавания са допълнение към неговата проницателност пред вратата. Ръш е само на 18 години, когато Ливърпул го купуват за 300 000 лири стерлинги. За два кратки престоя на Анфийлд с едно недотам щастливо италианско приключение помежду им, Ръш подобрява рекорди по отбелязани попадения на клубно и национално равнище, както и за Купата на Футболната Асоциация (пет гола в три спечелени финала). Печели още пет шампионски титли и четири купи на лигата.



Играе в "Честър Сити" от 1977 до 1980 г., "ФК Ливърпул" от 1980 до 1987 и от 1988 до 1996 г., "Ювентус" през 1987-1988 г., "Лийдс Юнайтед" през 1996-1997 г., "Нюкасъл Юнайтед" през 1997-1998 г.



Шампион през 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986 и 1990 г., носител на купата през 1986, 1989 и 1992 г.

Носител на КЕШ през 1981 и 1984 г., финалист за КЕШ през 1985 г.

Футболист №1 на Англия през 1984 г. Носител на "Златната обувка" през 1984 г. с 32 гола. Има 73 мача в националния отбор на Уелс, където дебютира на 21 май 1980 г. срещу Шотландия 0:1 в Глазгоу.

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Kop legend Ian Rush has spoken of his strong belief that Liverpool can land the Barclays Premier League title this season. The Reds finished the 08-09 campaign just four points behind eventual champions Manchester United, despite losing fewer games and scoring more goals than Alex Ferguson's side.


However, buoyed by what he saw last term, Rush is confident Rafa Benitez's charges can go one better this time around.


"I think every football supporter begins the season hoping his team will do well and I was exactly the same last year," Anfield's all-time record goalscorer told Liverpoolfc.tv.


"But the difference is this year I believe Liverpool will do well, rather than hope they will.


"The hope has been replaced by a genuine belief and I cannot wait for the season to start.


"The way we finished the last campaign was fantastic and Liverpool will know they can beat anyone.


"I'm very optimistic about our Premier League chances."


Although Liverpool went through the entire season without losing a league game at Anfield, the Reds were held to several frustrating stalemates in front of the Kop.


"Home form is vital and it's very important we cut down the number of draws this season," added Rush.


"Although we didn't lose in the league at Anfield last season, too many games were drawn. Picking up three points in just some of those games would have made a big difference.


"Home form is a huge factor in deciding who wins the title and the fact we beat both Manchester United and Chelsea home and away, and drew with Arsenal twice, yet still did not win the league tells its own story."


An excellent run of form at the end of the season saw Liverpool win 10 of their last 11 league games, scoring 34 goals in the process, and take the title race to the wire.


Rush continued: "Teams were coming to Anfield, putting 11 men behind the ball and frustrating us.


"But beating Real Madrid injected real belief into the players and from then on we went out to win games right from the very start.


"If we can beat Real Madrid 4-0, then we can beat any team in the world at Anfield and we embarked on a fantastic run after that.


"It's important we carry the excellent form we showed at the end of last season into the new campaign and if we can turn those draws into wins this year, I think Liverpool will win the league."


Link: liverpoolfc.tv

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Concerns over zonal marking


THE goals Liverpool have conceded so far this season has intensified the debate over zonal marking.


The problems with set-pieces are a concern but we've got to remember the system worked last season when we had an excellent defensive record.


There are pros and cons to zonal marking.


Attackers do sometimes have an advantage because they are running towards the ball while defenders are jumping from standstill.


When I played we had two man markers and the rest zonal marked. Ronnie Whelan would cover the zone at the near post.


For the zonal system to be successful you have to be able to read the game and anticipate where the ball is going.





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Йън Ръш: Торес е най-добрият нападател в света




Легендата на английския гранд Ливърпул Йън Ръш вярва, че сегашният нападател на „червените” Фернандо Торес е най-добрият нападател в света в момента. Както е известно, уелсецът е най-добрият реализатор в историята на клуба от „Анфийлд”, след като в 660 мача има отбелязани цели 346 гола.


„Фернандо е просто фантастичен. Той е топ-реализаторът на Висшата лига до момента през сезона. Смятам, че той може да стане дори още по-силен, отколкото е сега, просто трябва да натрупа повече опит. Според мен без съмнение Торес е най-добрият нападател в света в момента. Да, Меси и Роналдо също са феноменални, но когато говорим за чист стрелец Фернандо е просто ненадминат”, каза Ръш пред „Press Association Sport”.

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Ако има поне малко доза истина, излезна в NOTW, че Йън Ръш, ще се завърне в отбора и ще стане треньор на нападателите!

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Йън Ръш:“Трабваше да зъдържим Белами“



Ливърпул допусна огромна грешка оставяйки Крейг Белами да ги напусне през 2007 година, заяви легендарният нападател. Белами попадна под светлината на прожекторите след двата си гола за победата на Ман Сити срещу Челси с 4-2 в събота. „Неговата форма бе страхотна в началото на сезона. Той е човек който печели мачове. Съжалявах когато той напусна Анфийлд, защото имаше още какво да покаже. Формата на Сити от мача на Стамфорд Бридж даде още по-големи надежди на феновете им за четворката. Сега те трябва да довършат сезона с намиращите се във феноменална форма Тевес и Белами, но перфектното лекарство за конкурентите им бяха думите, че уелсеца е нещастен в тима.


Медиите разпространиха слух че Белами е в конфликт с Роберто Манчини заради дълго лекуваната му контузия в коляното. Най-сериозният конкурент на Белами – Робиньо бе пратен в Бразилия след загубата от Хъл Сити. Манчини заяви че отношението му към уелсеца е „нормално”.Ръш смята, че ако сънародника му е в най-добрата си форма човек може да очаква чудеса. Много хора не харесват Крейг, но феновете на тима му го обожаваха, защото играе за тях и това се вижда на мачовете му. Ако го извадиш от състава си ще загубиш остротата която го прави толкова труден за противниковите бранители. Нещата свързани с него са страстта му и това, че винаги иска да играе, а когато не играе той се разстройва. Но това грешка ли е?


Ian RushНяма човек който да желае да играе повече от него. Белами приключи с кариерата си в националния отбор. Той не бе повикан за мача довечера срещу Швеция и най-вероятно мениджъра Джон Тошак няма да разчита повече на него. По-рано през сезона помощникът на Тошак Марк Боуен обяви, че никой в отбора не го принуждава да напусне Уелс. Белами и Манчини не бяха на едно мнение преди месец когато имаше слухове за оферта на Тотнъм към нападателя. Италианецът не се поколеба да го пусне титуляр в една от най-важните срещи през сезона- срещу Челси. След мача Белами се усмихваше и каза че трябва да гледа напред към края на сезона.


Ръш смята че разорачованието ще свърши и Ливърпул ще се издигне в таблицата след завръщането на Фернандо Торес. „Ливърпул ще се бори до край за място в четворката и знае как да го вземе- Сити не знае. С Белами и Тевес Сити ще са разнообрази в атака. Тевес бързо стана най-големият фен на уелсеца. „Белами е най-добрият играч на Сити” каза аржентинеца след победата над Челси.”Щастлив съм за него че вкара 2 гола и за феновете и самия тим”.

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Йън Ръш: Бъдещето на Бенитес не трябва да бъде обсъждано




Легендарният нападател на Ливърпул Йън Ръш заяви, че мениджърът на тима Рафаел Бенитес трябва да остане на поста си и бъдещето му не трябва да бъде обсъждано след края на сезона.


През лятото се очакват сериозни промени във властта на клуба, след като собствениците Джордж Джилет и Том Хикс обявиха, че отборът се продава. Според Ръш, който е голмайстор на „червените” за всички времена, Бенитес трябва да получи кредит на доверие, въпреки разочароващия сезон.


„Не мисля, че въпросът за бъдещето на Бенитес трябва да бъде повдиган”, коментира Йън Ръш.


„Разбира се, ситуацията трябва да бъде решена възможно най-бързо. Единственото нещо, което знаем в момента е, че клубът се продава и това вече е официално. Трябва да се надяваме, новите собственици да правят това, което е най-добро за Ливърпул. Това е позитивна новина, това е което искат феновете. Светлина в тунела след един труден период”, каза още легендарният нападател.


Йън Ръш изрази също увереност, че бившият му клуб ще триумфира с купата в Лига Европа.

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Малко по малко легендите се завръщат в клуба. След Сами Лии и Кинг Кени, сега и Ръш :).


Rush re-signs for Reds

Ian Rush has re-signed for Liverpool, with the Reds legend becoming the Club's new Soccer Schools Ambassador.


Rush, still Liverpool's record goalscorer with 346 strikes in 660 games and now a qualified UEFA pro licence holder, will also work with the Club's commercial team to help develop and support partnerships with other global sponsors and brands.


Ian Ayre, Liverpool FC Commercial Director, said: "Rushie is one of the best known names in world football and I'm delighted he's agreed to work with us. We've invested heavily in the redevelopment of our Soccer Schools business and with his help intend to roll out a global franchising opportunity within the next 12 months.


"We are already in discussion with a number of interested organisations around the world and Ian will work closely with our dedicated team of executives in developing these Soccer Schools opportunities."


Rush said: "I'm thrilled to be involved with the club again and hope the contacts I already have in the football and coaching community will allow us to move forward quickly.


"My role is to provide the technical input into the development of the Soccer Schools programme and just as importantly help our business team to assess the quality of the franchised operations and the standard of the courses being offered under the Liverpool badge to kids around the world."

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Браво, браво. :greeting: Определено е световно известно име във футбола и ще помогне на отбора. Пък и още една легенда да следи отблизо какви ги върши тренера (който и да е той).


П.П. Не ви ли прави впечатление, че факаната дума "сокър" постепенно започва да измества понятието "футбол" отсам Голямата Вода? Ей го са тоя нашия Йън Айъри: Сокър Скуул програма...

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Браво, браво. :greeting: Определено е световно известно име във футбола и ще помогне на отбора. Пък и още една легенда да следи отблизо какви ги върши тренера (който и да е той).


П.П. Не ви ли прави впечатление, че факаната дума "сокър" постепенно започва да измества понятието "футбол" отсам Голямата Вода? Ей го са тоя нашия Йън Айъри: Сокър Скуул програма...



това е защото работи в едни училища Хамерикански Сокър скуулс. по ФОКС СОККЪР ги рекламират постоянно. Спокс футбола си е футбол. а иначе браво. легендите се връщат. ако си намерим свестен собсвеник и някой свястен тренер, или рафа разбере как се печели ПЛ следват златни години.

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Rush: Why I'm back


Ian Rush admits he is relishing his latest return to Liverpool and can't wait to begin a 'new adventure' with the club.


The legendary striker was unveiled as the Reds' new Soccer Schools Ambassador this afternoon and immediately set his sights on helping to develop the club's global brand.


"It's absolutely fantastic to be back," he told Liverpoolfc.tv. "For me this is the best club in the world and the best supported one too.


"Everyone knows that there are soccer schools running throughout the world and we know there are elite players that people look to sign up.


"But we also want to give average kids a chance to learn the Liverpool way. We are aiming to do this and it won't just be in the UK, it will be worldwide.


"It's great for me because after doing my coaching badges and my UEFA Pro Licence, this is a superb opportunity.


"It's a great adventure and I'm looking forward to it. It's a lot of travelling but I want to help the club to develop as best as I can.


"It all came about after I spoke to Christian Purslow and Ian Ayre. They have been absolutely fantastic and are looking to ensure the club move forward in the right way commercially."


Rush's new role will see him travel to all corners of the world and while his main aim is to raise the profile of Liverpool he also has hopes of unearthing the latest up and coming star.


"That's what it is all about," he continued. "I'll be travelling across the world looking to see how the schools are progressing. I'll also have an input on the tactical side of things as well. We are looking for talent but we are also looking to boost the brand of Liverpool FC around the world.


"I remember Liverpool asked me to go to China in 2000 and it was only then that I realised just how big we are.


"I think we've got the right people in now and it's a long time overdue. We may not have been as successful as other teams in the last 10 years, but we've certainly been the best supported club in the world as far as I'm concerned. It's now time to build upon that."

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"But we also want to give average kids a chance to learn the Liverpool way. We are aiming to do this and it won't just be in the UK, it will be worldwide.


Еееех и ние това отколко време го чакаме :). Успех!

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Йън Ръш: Фантастичен трансфер


Легендата на Ливърпул Йън Ръш остана изключително доволен, след като Джо Коул се съгласи да премине при Червените и до 48 часа ще подпише официално договор за 4 години с отбора.




"Това е фантастична новина за клуба. Джо Коул е изключителен играч, който според мен напусна Челси, защото не играеше редовно. Бях изненадан и че игра малко на световнотно първенство, тъй като той може да "отвори" всяка защита" заяви Ръш пред официалния сайт на клуба.




"За мен Ливърпул остава най-големият тим в света. В последните години може и да нямаме много успехи, но този трансфер показва, че все още можем да бъдем привлекателни за големи играчи независимо дали са чужденци или англичани" добави той.




"В лицето на Рой Ходжсън имаме страхотен нов мениджър, той знае какво иска и как да взима футболистите, от които се нуждае. Феновете ще бъдат много доволни и идването на Коул показва, че Ливърпул има много големи амбиции през новия сезон" изтъкна още Ръш.



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Благотворителен футболен мач с участието на премиера Бойко Борисов ще гледаме на 9 септември. Дербито ще се предава на живо от Нова тв. В 18 ч на националния стадион "Васил Левски" премиерът ще поведе тим от родни звезди от САЩ 94, сред които се очаква да бъдат Йордан Лечков, Красимир Балъков, Любо Пенев. Капитан на другия тим пък ще бъде изпълнителният директор на компанията MTG Ханс Холгер. В неговия тим ще бъдат стрелец номер едно в историята на "Ливърпул" Йън Ръш, както и уелската легенда Джон Йенсен.

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Ще чакаме снимки от софийския контингент във форума ;)

А дали ще го дават мача по някоя телевизия? :head:


В статията по горе пише. :)


Дербито ще се предава на живо от Нова тв.
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Тъкмо вчера гледах рекламата и се чудех дали Ръш ще идва или репликата, която следва след името му е негова. Е, там сме значи :)

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