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PostSubject: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptyWed 2 Jul 2008 - 11:05

Le topic de notre fameux gardien de but. wink
Aptres Babel en tant que rappeur voici notre Pepe Reina en chauffeur de salle.. lol wink

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3HfpckA5bg&eurl=http://forums.thisisanfield.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=26424&start=0

Il a raison Pepe.Qu'il profite!!!
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Y'est énorme la le pepé!!!
Il s'éclate bien en tout cas bravo
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PostSubject: Re: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptyThu 3 Jul 2008 - 4:27

il existe déja un topic,dans la "section vidéo" sur pepe reina! blink
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PostSubject: Re: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptyFri 20 Mar 2009 - 16:31

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Rafael Benitez today hailed Pepe Reina as the 'complete' goalkeeper as the Spain international closes in on another Anfield record.

The Reds' number 25 requires just one more clean sheet to reach 100 shut-outs and if he were to reach the milestone in the next three matches, he would break a club record set by Ray Clemence three decades ago.


Clemence took 200 matches to reach a century of clean sheets, while Reina has kept 99 in 196.

Benitez acknowledges the assistance of Reina's teammates in helping him to within touching distance of the record, but the Anfield boss believes the standards the custodian has set for himself are the main reason for his continuing success.

"Clearly the team is defending well as a team," said Benitez.

"I can remember a lot of situations when Pepe was one versus one with a striker and he has made some fantastic saves so I think that he deserves this record if he can break it because he is a very good goalkeeper.

"Hopefully it will happen this weekend because if it does it will mean that we have a better chance of winning."

Benitez admits he is impressed with Reina's knack of creating chances for his teammates with excellent distribution, as demonstrated in Liverpool's 4-1 win at Old Trafford last weekend.

"I think that Pepe is a fantastic goalkeeper with a great character," added Benitez.

"He is very positive and he is very offensive in his play and that is very important when you talk about a goalkeeper because it means he is always looking to launch a counter attack.

"He also makes great saves and remains calm at the most important moments.

"For me he is a very good goalkeeper and he is very complete."


http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/drilldown/N163685090320-1235.htm

Pepe pourrait battre le record de 100 clean sheets en 200 matchs de Ray Clemence si lors d'un des trois prochains matchs il n'encaisse pas de but !! gloirea gloirea LFC scarf
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PostSubject: Re: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptySat 12 Sep 2009 - 12:00

L'Equipe.fr

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Foot - ANG - Liverpool
Reina ne croit pas au titre

Après seulement quatre journées de Premier League (2 victoires et 2 défaites) et une décevante 7e place, Liverpool serait-il déjà hors course pour le titre de champion ? Nul ne le sait mais le gardien des Reds Pepe Reina n'y croit guère. «Nous voulons gagner le Championnat mais ce n'est actuellement pas un objectif réaliste», selon l'Espagnol, qui explique sa vision dans un entretien au quotidien The Guardian paru samedi. «Il n'y a pas de frustration, il y a de la résignation. Nous savons ce qu'il y a dans l'équipe, nous ne pouvons rien y faire.»

«Des équipes comme Manchester United ont beaucoup de joueurs qui peuvent faire pencher la balance. Nous n'avons pas les individualités», a-t-il ajouté. «Dans des matches fermés, nous n'avons pas la vision qu'ont d'autres équipes. Il y a un problème. Ce serait bien que les propriétaires (américains George Gillett et Tom Hicks) fassent un effort économique (...) C'est aux propriétaires d'attirer des joueurs, pas à nous», a conclu Reina, un proche de l'entraîneur Rafael Benitez, lui-même souvent opposé aux méthodes de ses propriétaires. Liverpool n'a plus été couronné champion d'Angleterre depuis 1990.
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Pepe Reina admits title is 'not realistic' for Liverpool
• Keeper fears team does not have individuals to change games
• We are too reliant on Gerrard and Torres, admits Spaniard

The Guardian, Saturday 12 September 2009

Pepe Reina fears Liverpool do not have enough match-winners in their squad to win the league. Photograph: Lindsey Parnaby/EPA

The Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has revealed the depth of frustration among the club's players, saying winning the Premier League title was "not a realistic objective" and bemoaning the lack of match-winners in the squad.

Liverpool, who face promoted Burnley today for the first time in the league for 33 years, have lost two of their four games this season and lie seventh behind Arsenal on goal difference. Critics have pointed to the loss of their key midfielder Xabi Alonso as the reason for their stuttering start, along with the fact that his replacement, Alberto Aquilani, was signed while injured and has not been able to play.

With Rafael Benítez able to spend only £1.5m of the £10m-plus that was the difference between the prices of Alonso and Aquilani, there has again been apparent tension between the manager and the club's American owners, George Gillett and Tom Hicks.

"Teams like Manchester United have lots of players who can tip the balance; we haven't got the individuals," Reina says in an interview with the Guardian today. "There are games that get congested and we haven't got the vision other sides boast. Chelsea have Didier Drogba, who can bring down any ball – a useful option we haven't got."

The Spanish goalkeeper also appeared to endorse the view that Liverpool are a two-man team with an overdependency on Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres. "That is a problem," Reina admits. "We have to hope that they don't get injured because they're fundamental."

Whereas last season Benítez was adamant that Liverpool were the best side in the league despite losing out on the title by four points, Reina now perceives an inferiority complex in terms of spending power and called on the owners to release more funds.

"There isn't frustration, there's resignation," Reina said. "The buying power of clubs is very different. You can't sign players if you don't have the money, and if there is no money, that's it. As a player, there's nothing you can do. We know what's in the squad; we can't do anything about it. All we can do is roll up our sleeves, work hard and try to win matches.

"It would be good if the owners made an effort economically, if they pushed. It would be lovely if we could find ourselves in an economic position where we can bring players in and build a squad that can compete with other sides. But it's up to the owners to try to bring players in, not us."

Reina felt that Liverpool's title chances were not completely blown but accepted that they faced a tall challenge. "Can we win the league? I think so but there are other teams that are very capable of winning it – Chelsea, United, Arsenal, Manchester City. We can't set ourselves objectives. We all want to win the league but right now it's not a realistic objective."

Benítez, who can look forward to Wednesday's home match with the Hungarian champions, Debrecen, in the Champions League, a competition Liverpool have always done well in, is hoping his players will improve their performances now that some of the international pressure has been lifted in qualifying for the World Cup. Reina, Gerrard, Glen Johnson, Torres, Albert Riera, Lucas and Dirk Kuyt are already on their way to South Africa.

"Now that the English and Spanish players have qualified this week it should make things easier for us," Benítez said yesterday. "At least mentally they do not need to worry any more about their qualification. They need to go to internationals now and enjoy the situation, and that will be another plus point for us because there are no distractions with regard to qualifying or not now. They are there."

Benítez, who hopes to have the full-back Fabio Aurélio in his squad for the first time this season after a knee operation, suggested Aquilani was making good progress. "Aquilani has improved, he has progressed in the way that we expected and maybe in two or three weeks we will see him training," Benítez said. "The last scan he had was very good."
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PostSubject: Re: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptySun 13 Sep 2009 - 15:00

En 2005 quelqu'un aurait dit que la Ligue des champions n'était pas atteignable ?

Avoir des bons joueurs ne signifie pas avoir une bonne équipe
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PostSubject: Re: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptySun 13 Sep 2009 - 16:06

Howa wrote:
En 2005 quelqu'un aurait dit que la Ligue des champions n'était pas atteignable ?

Sauf erreur, Gerrard avait dit (entre le match de l'Olympiakos et celui contre Leverkusen) qu'il ne croyait pas l'équipe capable d'aller jusqu'au bout. Et on sait ce qui est arrivé à Istanbul.
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Candy wrote:
Howa wrote:
En 2005 quelqu'un aurait dit que la Ligue des champions n'était pas atteignable ?

Sauf erreur, Gerrard avait dit (entre le match de l'Olympiakos et celui contre Leverkusen) qu'il ne croyait pas l'équipe capable d'aller jusqu'au bout. Et on sait ce qui est arrivé à Istanbul.

Quand on voix l'équipe de l'époque, on peut pas dire qu'il disait n'importe quoi le Gerrard..
Cette saison, on a un bon 11 de depart, même si il y a mieux, mais un banc des plus pourri nrv exemple hier.... Ca va être plus dur que la saison passé en tout cas. Mais ca reste possible. LFC scarf
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PostSubject: Re: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptySun 13 Sep 2009 - 18:59

Ca résume ce que je pensait dès le début de la saison, les joueurs n'y croient simplement pas, et Pepe le prouve. L'année passée c'étais différent tous les joueurs croiaient à ce titre, malheureusement ce n'est pas le cas cette saison, et si les joueurs eux mêmes n'y croient pas ça va être très difficile voire impossible d'aller chercher ce titre.

Je pense qu'en ayant été l'équipe la plus intéressante l'année passée et en n'ayant pas gagné, a causé beaucoup de mal dans l'esprit des joueurs.
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PostSubject: Re: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptySun 13 Sep 2009 - 19:20

Si ils enchainent une série de 10 victoires consécutive tu vas voir si ils vont pas y croire, pour moi ça ressemble à de la com de base pour se délesté de la pression due au beau parcours de l'an dernier.
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PostSubject: Re: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptySun 13 Sep 2009 - 19:32

Mr All Sunday wrote:
Si ils enchainent une série de 10 victoires consécutive tu vas voir si ils vont pas y croire, pour moi ça ressemble à de la com de base pour se délesté de la pression due au beau parcours de l'an dernier.

Peut être bien que oui, qui sait..., en tout cas je l'espère.
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Moi j'y crois malgré le mauvais départ 2 défaites en 5 matchs, car l'avant saison a été médiocre(ex: départ d'alonso, procés de gerrard, arrivé tardive des espagnols, etc......).

Je pense que plus les semaines vont passés mieux on sera. C'est pas possible que le départ de XAVI Alonso explique se mauvais départ. LFC scarf
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PostSubject: Re: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptyThu 29 Oct 2009 - 19:42

29/10/2009 - 14:01
Liverpool: Les Reds prêts à des folies pour Reina ?
Le quotidien" " rapporte que les émoluments du gardien de Liverpool devraient être multipliés par deux, s'il vient à accepter le renouvellement de son contrat voulu par les Reds. Les dirigeants du club anglais seraient prêts à proposer 425 000 euros par mois à leur international espagnol, alors que Jose Manuel "Pepe" Reina en touche actuellement 268 000. Après la récente prolongation de contrat signée par Dirk Kuyt, Liverpool semble bien décidé à conserver ses cadres.


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Excellente nouvelle ! qu'on le garde le petit Pepe !
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PostSubject: Re: [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25   [Gardien]Pepe Reina n° 25 EmptyMon 2 Nov 2009 - 18:04

http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/drilldown/N166296091102-1238.htm

PEPE: I'M STAYING TO BUILD SOMETHING SPECIAL

Pepe Reina insists Rafa Benitez's Liverpool project is still very much on course as he looks to commit his long-term future to the Reds.
Benitez revealed in an interview with Liverpoolfc.tv on Friday that Reina could soon be rewarded with a new deal.

After almost five years at Anfield, the Spain international is as happy as ever - and he is adamant the boss is building something special despite mixed results this season.

"My aim is to get a new contract in the future and I want to be here for many years. Apparently the club wants the same," Reina told Liverpoolfc.tv.

"It's already my fifth season here and that says it all, really. One of my daughters is a Scouser. I have some friends here and my wife and kids are happy. I have every reason to stay longer and of course I will.

"Titles are what we are all here for. As a Liverpool player, you have to have these ambitions. Trophies are the most important thing, and the most important one is probably the Premier League.

"Rafa Benitez is building something special here. He proved that when he came here - the club was one thing and now it's something totally different. We have grown up and we can still grow up a little bit more."

The 3-1 defeat at Fulham on Saturday was Liverpool's fifth loss of the league campaign, a stat which has left them nine points behind leaders Chelsea.

But with 81 points still to play for, Reina is confident the Reds can yet mount a serious title charge.

"It's not even close to being over," said the Spaniard, who has made 221 appearances since joining from Villarreal in 2005.

"We have to go game by game. Now we must focus on Lyon, which is massive, and after that Birmingham is a must-win game."

Reina was the man who orchestrated a group huddle before Liverpool's victory over Manchester United a week ago.

He believes such spirit will be key to getting the Reds back on course over the coming weeks.

"All of us have to keep everyone else's head up," said the 27-year-old.

"In weak moments, strong people have to appear. I want to be one of them and support my teammates if they need it.

"The key is to stay together and not read the press. Belief is the word we need to use the most - belief in ourselves and our teammates.

"We were a bit unlucky on Saturday. We didn't play as bad as at other times. It was not even close to our worst game.

"It's a tough moment but we have to stick together and try to sort things out on the pitch and in every single training session. We have pride in wearing this shirt and we have to defend it until the end.

"Any defeat hurts someone with ambition and someone who is hungry for titles. But it doesn't matter how many times you fall down - what matters is how many times you get up and keep trying to be the best.

"That's what we have to do now. We have to go back to our principles, sort out the problems we're having and go back to being the Liverpool everyone wants."

gloirea a notre Pepe, car re-signer dans une période de "disette", ça montre son attachement au club (même si il est beaucoup augmenté rire )

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Ligue des champions - Reina jette son dévolu sur l'Europa League
Eliminé de la course aux 8es de finale de la Ligue des champions, Liverpool va être reversé en 16es de finale de la Ligue Europa. Pepe reina veut rebondir dans la moins belle des compétitions européennes.
25 nov. 2009 12:47:19

«Bien sûr, nous sommes déçus parce que c'est une grande compétition, parce que nous y avons bien figuré pendant les trois ou quatre dernières années, explique le portier ibérique sur le site de l'UEFA. C'est une compétition difficile, qui ne peut pas toujours sourire. L'Europa League en est une autre et nous voulons vraiment la gagner. Elle comprend des équipes très fortes et sera agréable à jouer.»
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