About Me

Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping-by at my blog. Well firstly, my name is (Fernando) Chow Yao Wen and I do admit that I'm a cunning trickster as that tells the reason on why I haven't got into deep trouble in school - I do various evil tricks when I'm in one and my teachers ALWAYS fall for them.

I am a massive football fan, and I've been supporting my favourite club, Liverpool, for an awful long time.

I was born on 30th May 1996 in Malaysia. Since my very first day of watching the English Premier League, I have fallen in love with Liverpool and I have also assured that I will be a "Liverpoolean" for the rest of my life.

In my outside life, I am currently educating at SMK Sultan Abu Bakar (SABS for short), a well-known school located in Kuantan, Pahang. Basically, I am a mad-class clown and I truly enjoy bringing laughter to everyone around me as I believe that smiling is a universal welcome :)

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

No Suarez, Adam for Liverpool

It was an awful day for the Liverpool universe today as their bid to land Uruguay's top finished Luis Suarez and Blackpool ace Charlie Adam has both been disappointingly rejected. It is reported that Liverpool's tiny 4 million bid for Charlie Adam has infuriated and angered Blackpool chief, Karl Oyston. And Dutch giants Ajax Amsterdam said that Liverpool is miles away from their 26 million price tag of Luis Suarez, which Liverpool only offered 12.7 million.

At the same time, Liverpool's Dutch winger, Ryan Babel looks all set to join German club Hoffenheim after being sidelined almost every week. Babel has fallen out of favour mainly due to the reason of the arrival of Maxi Rodriguez a couple of seasons ago will start packing his bags for Hoffenheim for 7 million. Meanwhile, I really really hope that Liverpool can use the funds earned from Ryan Babel's departure to increase the bid in signing Luis Suarez as we are quite obviously, short at attack.