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Sunday, October 3, 2010

Rafa's record at anfield

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Sunday October 03 2010

Liverpool honours

UEFA Champions League: 2005

FA Cup: 2006

UEFA Super Cup: 2005

FA Community Shield: 2006

Season-by-Season Record

2004/05

Premier League: 5th (58pts)

Champions League: Winners (beat AC Milan in Final)

FA Cup: 3rd round (lost to Burnley)

League Cup: Runners-up (lost to Chelsea)

2005/06

Premier League: 3rd (82pts)

Champions League: Last 16 (lost to Benfica)

FA Cup: Winners (beat West Ham in Final)

League Cup: 3rd round (lost to Crystal Palace)

2006/07

Premier League: 3rd (68pts)

Champions League: Runners-up (lost to AC Milan in Final)

FA Cup: 3rd round (lost to Arsenal)

League Cup: Quarter-final (lost to Arsenal)

2007/08

Premier League: 4th (76pts)

Champions League: Semi-final (lost to Chelsea)

FA Cup: 5th round (lost to Barnsley)

League Cup: 5th round (lost to Chelsea)

2008/09

Premier League: 2nd (86pts)

Champions League: Quarter-final (lost to Chelsea)

FA Cup: 4th round (lost to Everton)

League Cup: 4th round (lost to Tottenham)

2009/10

Premier League: 7th (63pts)

Champions League: Group Stages

Europa League: Semi-final (lost to Atletico Madrid)

FA Cup: 3rd round (lost to Reading)

League Cup: 5th round (lost to Arsenal)

Liverpool under Benitez

P W L D

Premier League: 228 126 47 55

FA Cup: 17 8 5 4

League Cup: 17 10 6 1

Europe: 85 48 20 17

  • Broke Bill Shankly's record of 65 European matches as Liverpool manager.
  • Recorded Liverpool's biggest win at Old Trafford for 72 years. It was also the first time four Liverpool players scored at Manchester United in the same game.
  • By lifting the FA Cup in 2005, he became the first manager in the club's history to win a trophy in each of his first two seasons in charge.
  • In the 2006/2007 season, he recorded his 50th league win in just 93 games -- a record bettered by only two Liverpool managers of the previous 57 years, Kenny Dalglish and Bill Shankly.
  • He won 81 of his first 150 league games in charge, surpassing Shankly. Only Kenny Dalglish (87) won more.

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Quote of the moment

Defying belief however, is a market Benitez has cornered quite well. The moment you think Benitez is clueless, he defies it by pulling off a result of majesty, like the one achieved in Madrid. The moment he is hailed a genius, he masterminds toothless surrender to a team going nowhere. In the ongoing Anfield power struggle, just when he was cornered by the firing squad, the Spaniard's demise at Liverpool looking practically assured with the ominous suspension of betting by the bookmakers, he squeezes out through a narrow trapdoor and eliminates Rick Parry. Rafa Benitez is Keyzer Soze.
- Just Football blog: The Curious Beast that is Football 28 Feb 2009