Hello my dear friends, I'm a Liverpool fan from Belgrade
Yesterday on a telly I saw information about Liverpool players and about Mariana Kovacevic.
So, if everythings goes fine, you should sing during the matches - In Belgrade, all my troubles seemed so far away...Oh, I believe in Belgreday...
The next link is a link for one of our moste releveant web sites. I'm really sorry because it's on serbian, but you canj ust watch the video from yesterdays news, showing Johnson and Aurelio on Belgrade airport.
I hope that everything will be fine.
I believe that Liverpool will be in the next stage of Champions League.
Also, maybe it's is a great chance for the friendly match between Red Star Belgrade (which I support) and Liverpool.
Red Star won the Champions League in 1991. (of course, it was not the league, it was cup system).
It could be a good opportunity for Liverpool and Red star fans to show how good they are.
And they are the best.
Best regards from Belgrade!
You'll never walk alone!
God, I thought Fabio was on crutches at first but it's only his suitcase handle
Only thing I can find on this so far is from the Express:
FOOTBALL JOHNSON SEEKING KOVACEVIC 'MIRACLE’
England's Glen Johnson and Liverpool's Fabio Aurelio are looking for placenta cure
Thursday November 19,2009
By Matt Law
GLEN Johnson could be about to join the growing number of footballers seeking the miracle placenta cure of Mariana Kovacevic.
According to sources in Belgrade, England defender Johnson and his Liverpool team-mate Fabio Aurelio were seen arriving at the office of Kovacevic amid rumours Fernando Torres could join them.
With their season in danger of collapse, Liverpool are turning to desperate measures.
Serb Kovacevic claims she can halve recovery time by massaging the injured area with fluid from a placenta.
Johnson last week pulled out of England’s friendly against Brazil with a calf injury and Liverpool are desperate to ensure he is fit to face Manchester City on Saturday.
Yossi Benayoun and Albert Riera could be in line for shock returns to action after responding to Kovacevic’s radical treatment on their torn hamstrings earlier this week.
“I have been in Belgrade to see her and I am feeling better already,” said Benayoun.
“My hope now is that I will be fit in one week, two at the most. I have a good feeling about it.”http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/141169/Johnson-seeking-Kovacevic-miracle-
What's Glenn doing there? I was hoping that he was ok.