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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Twitter Damage Relations Babel-Benitez

Social networking sites like Friendster, Facebook and Twitter was originally intended to strengthen one's relationship with others. But not infrequently can lead to discord and enmity. Final impact force in Liverpool, between Rafael Benitez and Ryan Babel.

Rather than accept the unpleasant news that the injury happened after Fernando Torres (knee), Steven Gerrard (hamstring) danYossi Benayoun (ribs), Benitez made his face red. One of the players are nervous and throw it into the public.

Benitez, Liverpool manager, made dizzy when his position was not comfortable following a drop in performance this season, Liverpool are a very large degree the possibility of not getting any. Dizziness due to be wise to sort out the word to explain Babylon steam through Twitter.

Before announcing the squad to face Stoke City, Saturday (16 / 1) evening, the Dutchman was the star announced on her account that he was not included. "The boss (Benitez) ignored me," wrote Babel on his Twitter account. "There is no explanation."

Benitez would not respond. Although both the public know the relationship is no longer in harmony and Babylon will dilego, Benitez wants the image of his squad must stay awake. "Everyone has their own way of expressing his disappointment. All people have Twitter or something and can not forbid people to speak or think. Football is now a dynamic and different cultures, "he explained, as quoted The Telegraph.


After Benitez spoke, Babylon is the season to pack three goals from 16 games, giving additional complaints in his account. Especially when it comes lack of rations to play as expected. "What happens after the first season?" He asked. "Print 10 goals and became the best talented young players, but in the second season playing very limited."

Then the former Ajax star was added, "Someday, you will see my true abilities. Whether at Liverpool FC or elsewhere. I have a strong belief in it. "Benitez gave up Babylon off but at a reasonable price. He rejected a proposal that offered Birmingham City 8 million pounds (USD 120 billion). (DIM)


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