another successfull wednesday

Steven Gerrard's second-half penalty was enough to maintain the PL table's top spot. This result shows - once again - that it's important to be concentrated and pulling out three points out of EVERY match. The lads are handling the pressure of their leadership really well at the moment, even with a sidelined Torres. Rafa is right saying that nothing is won yet, but the wins versus ManU, in the derby and at Chelsea's home should be signs of a bright season and get the lads hands of silverware!

Chelsea - Liverpool 0:1

After four years and eight months Liverpool FC did it and won at the Stamford Bridge by the lucky winner of Xabi Alonso. This time, I watched in style here in Augsburg in an Irish Pub with burger and beer! Btw... greetings from here;-)

End Chelsea run

The Blues haven't lost since February 2004 at home. This is a pretty impressive stat. But I hope this run will end on Sunday when the Reds will take three points to Liverpool! Former boss Roy Evans predicted a 2-1 win at the Stamford Bridge. Whatever the result will be, a win will prove the title credential of LFC.

Metallica tickets

Thanks to my buddy Ralle G., who secured Tickets for next year's Metallica concert in Stuttgart!!!

One point in Madrid

Keane scored again in the CL and the Reds gained the lead before the equalizer was shot in the dying minutes. Pretty ironic...


My mighty Reds will face Athletico Madrid tonight. Florent Sinama Pongolle and former Kop hero Luis Garcia are now with Athletico and are keen to show why they wore the famous red shirt.

Metallica will come to Germany next year!

Yes, it's confirmed that Metallica will hit Germany on their "World Magnetic"-Tour next year. Even better - there's a date in Stuttgart on May 9th 2009!

In front of Schuhbeck's

Three points in the dying minutes

Once again, the Reds secured the win in the last ten minutes. Riera and Kuyt proved their worth as they netted the goals versus Wigan.

Slush Festival - this year with Emil Bulls

I'm sure my buddy Ralf remembers about last year's Slush festival, especially the tour to Saulgau. Check out the very last entry of December here. This year's festival will be headlined by Emil Bulls and we will have tickets and hopefully no glaze.

A pic of last year with Itchy Poopzkid

LFC - Wigan

Next matchday and hopefully three points for my mighty reds! It's important not to underestimate this opponent after the good perfomances in the last matches.

Review on Stuttgart

Well, i'm enjoying my few days off after this cool Emil Bulls show on wednesday. I've never been to the Universum in Stuttgart. It's a really cool location in the underground of Stuttgart's city. Unfortunately the view to the stage is not good from every point as I experienced that. Anyway, the boys changed their setlist a little bit. "To End All Wars" has been dropped and "Friday Night" "Tomorrow I'll Be Back Home" made their return. "Wolfsstunde" finished the set which is a bright finisher.


It's either the animal above or just the titel of maybe on of the best rock song's that's ever been written. Check it out on youtube or whatever...

Tonight: Stuttgart

Yes, the black path tour is going to stop in Stuttgart and guess what?! I'm excited!


This tracks here are on rotation on my stereo or in my car these days:

Emil Bulls: Magnificent Lies, Bachham (acoustic)
Dacia And The Weapons Of Mass Destruction: Who's To Say
Metallica: Broken, Beat & Scarred
Paradise Lost: The Enemy, Ash & Debris
Depeche Mode: A Pain That I'm Used To

Christian Rach

Unfortunately this was temporary the last episode of "Rach, der Restauranttester" this week. Very good show and an example of a self-made man who is down to earth!

Money can't buy this feeling

The Reds had a rollercoaster afternoon yesterday and Kuyt completed their comeback with his winner in the City of Manchester stadium. They proved their title credentials and the riches of ManCity is worthless versus a passionate and dedicating team. Torres netted the 1000th PL goal for Liverpool. Here are the other landmarks:

1st: Mark Walters v Sheffield United (19 August 1992)
100th: Nigel Clough v Manchester United (4 January 1994)
200th: Robbie Fowler v Manchester United (1 October 1995)
300th: Stan Collymore v Leeds United (19 February 1997)
400th: Michael Owen v Nottingham Forest (24 October 1998)
500th: Michael Owen v Coventry City (1 April 2000)
600th: Michael Owen v Middlesbrough (8 December 2001)
700th: Michael Owen v West Bromwich Albion (26 April 2003)
800th: Milan Baros v Fulham (5 February 2005)
900th: Dirk Kuyt v Bolton Wanderers (1 January 2007)

Unfortunately Skrtel picked up an injury.

dreamgirl of the month - October

The American actress and known from the Papa Roach video "Scars" - Taylor Cole!


The spectacors at Anfield saw another great Euro night yesterday. The second match in this season's CL and the second win - a perfect start. What's so special about this night?

Keane grabbed his first goal for the club...

...while Gerrard scored his 100th.

btw... this is the who's who of the LFC players who scored more than hundred goals:

Ian Rush 346
Roger Hunt 286
Gordon Hodgson 241
Billy Liddell 228
Robbie Fowler 183
Kenny Dalglish 172
Michael Owen 158
Harry Chambers 151
Sam Raybould 130
Jack Parkinson 129
Dick Forshaw 124
Ian St John 118
Jack Balmer 111
John Barnes 108
Kevin Keegan 100 
Steven Gerrard 100

I don't think Stevie will overhaule Rush or Hunt but I think he can stand ahead Robbie Fowler by the end of his career.

Nice hand

What a blast - this was the best hand I've ever had since I started to play poker. I crushed the rockets with quads of sixes in a heads up.

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