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The Europa League semi-final ties involving Liverpool and Fulham on Thursday will provisionally go ahead. Liverpool's game at Atletico Madrid and Fulham's trip to Hamburg had been in doubt due to the cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland that has grounded flights. But Uefa has given the green light for the clubs to play the first-leg semis. "Further news and information on the exact travel possibilities for these away teams is expected over the next 24 hours," said governing body Uefa.
Originally posted by uptheirons!
reply to post by LiveForever8
Very true....but depends how many of us know where he lives!...joking of course, he's obviously just mentally ill....or from Kent...
Liverpool are set to sign Charlton's highly rated 18-year-old midfielder Jonjo Shelvey after the League One club gave them permission to hold talks.
Shelvey travelled to Merseyside on Tuesday and has already undergone a medical, with the Merseysiders set to pay an initial £1.7m fee.
The England youth international has made 48 appearances for the Addicks since making his debut aged just 16.
Shelvey has made 27 appearances this season as Charlton push for promotion. A product of the academy at The Valley, he has been linked with several Premier League clubs since becoming the youngest ever first-team player to turn out for the south Londoners at the age of 16 years and 59 days.
The Romford-born player signed a two-and-a-half year deal with Charlton on his 17th birthday in 2009, with Addicks boss Phil Parkinson commenting: "He's an excellent prospect - I haven't seen a better 17-year-old in the country."
Charlton also revealed that the talks with Liverpool were also taking in a plan for a "strategic partnership" for the development of players from both clubs.
The Addicks, who are believed to have substantial debts, are fifth in the League One table and guaranteed a place in the end-of-season play-offs, with an automatic promotion place almost certainly out of reach.
The result of Shelvey's medical at Anfield will be revealed on Wednesday.
Originally posted by blupblup
reply to post by budski
Just ignore the moron above you mate, Not worth bothering with
And come on LIVERPOOL!!!
4-0 final score.... win the remaining 2 games and keep the pressure on.
We're guaranteed European football now
[edit on 25/4/10 by blupblup]