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Success story of New England Patriots holds hint of what might have been for Liverpool

There are 3 comments on the Sports News from Times Online story from Oct 23, 2009, titled Success story of New England Patriots holds hint of what might have been for Liverpool. In it, Sports News from Times Online reports that:

Had Robert Kraft bought Liverpool in 2005, the Kop might now be preparing to rub the noses of Manchester United fans visiting Anfield on Sunday in the number of Premier League titles that they, and not United, had won in the past few seasons.

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skidrow wilson

United States

#1 Oct 25, 2009
Nice article...

"New players instantly understand what makes the Patriots different from their previous outfits.“They are all about business and getting things done,” Fred Taylor, the running back, said.“Mr Kraft is very successful and very hard-working and has vision about the organisation going forward. These guys don’t brag and boast about who they are, they go in quiet and come out with the last laugh. They express it on the field.”

Stars such as Brady, the quarterback, know that they have the Patriots ethic to thank for their outrageously high profiles.“It starts with the ownership,” he said.“They hired probably the best coach in the history of the NFL and he brings players that fit in — not only to the system, but also what the concept of team is.

“It’s about buying into team goals that are greater than any individual goals or successes that you may have. That’s what this team’s all about. That’s where it starts and, pretty much, that’s where it ends.”
Randy Moss

Pineville, LA

#3 Oct 30, 2009
skidrow wilson wrote:
Nice article...
"New players instantly understand what makes the Patriots no different from their previous outfits.“They know nothing about business and getting things done,” Fred Taylor, the running back, said.“Mr Kraft is lazy and a slacker and has no vision about the organisation going forward. These guys brag and boast about who they are, they go in overconfident and come out as laughingstocks. They express it on off the field in bars.”
Overrated stars such as Brady, the quarterback, know that they have the Patriots lack of ethic to thank for their outrageously low profiles.“It starts with the ownership,” he said.“They hired probably the worst coach in the history of the NFL and he brings players that don't fit in — not only to the system, but also lack what the concept of team is.
“It’s about buying into team goals that are lower than any individual goals or lack of successes that you may have. That’s what this team’s all about. That’s where it starts and, pretty much, that’s where it ends. Without a Super Bowl ring”
I couldn't have said it better myself:)
Spy Cameras

Atlanta, GA

#4 Nov 1, 2009
I read it twice off the spy film.

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