Gerrard: Reds have got bottle

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard insists they have the bottle for closing out a top-four place this season.

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Barnesy10 (Liverpool) says...

@KuriKuri...Maybe, just maybe he had his tongue firmly in his cheek, just maybe!

Posted 6:10pm 15th January 2014

KuriKuri (Wigan Athletic) says...

@tk421 as usual you blow hard but empty. I'm guessing you were always the gangly kid who got picked last, Celtic got THREE points from a possible EIGHTEEN, losing FIVE of SIX group games. Brave indeed. You want to know what CL bravery is? See Spurs two seasons ago, went for it every game, got eventually thumped but scared everyone they faced.

Posted 2:48pm 15th January 2014

al lee (Manchester United) says...

...and teeth, appetite, hunger to succeed...

Posted 2:03pm 14th January 2014

hump3 (Ipswich Town) says...

A chap in Mediawatchs non football story the other day had a bottle and some steel wire and ended up in a terrible mess. Be careful you dont slip Stevie.

Posted 12:35pm 14th January 2014

tk421 says...

They can have all the steel bottles they want, when it comes to meaningless "character" related nonsense when talking about football, Scotland's finest have it down pat. Celtic, you see, have got bravery: BEAT THAT, STEVE. Playing all your nice football in your competitive high quality league? Pah, that's not brave. Until you're on the cusp of going out of the CL group stages with 11 men behind the ball against the 3rd placed team from Ukraine, you're not a patch on Scott Brown's brave buoys. Steel? Pht. Bottle? Pht. A stereotypical club captain quote craves not these things.

Posted 10:43am 14th January 2014

stevie123c (Liverpool) says...

Now watch us bottle it against Villa on Saturday!

Posted 9:05am 14th January 2014

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