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Vlog on the Pitch talks title racing with Wenger

February 27, 2009

Join vlogmeister Owen Wyatt as he takes the plunge and asks John Arne Riise whether he’s still a better player than Andrea Dossena, the man who replaced him at Anfield.

And┬átalking of the Premier League, Arsene Wenger thinks Liverpool’s title hopes are still alive, and that none of the top teams are playing to their full potential. Dare to disagree with Wenger? Let us know in the comments, or record your own video rant and send us a link. If we like it, we’ll embed it here.

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‘Jooooooooooohn Arne Riiiiiiissseee oooohh aagggghhhh I wanna knooooow when you’re comin’ home…’

Because Dossena is even worse than Sebastian Leto. And that’s saying something.

Posted by lincoln hawke | Report as abusive
 

And can i just say what an excellent question to pose to Riise! Wyatt is a ‘vlogmeister’ at the very top of his game. Look out for the Chiswick based journalist to be a star for years to come.

Posted by lincoln hawke | Report as abusive
 

Really classy response from John Arne there. It would of been so easy to take a cheap shot at Dossena – who has been dreadful – but instead he chose to back the Italian. Riise is still a red in hair and heart.

Posted by Adam Hutchinson | Report as abusive
 

Agreed, very classy response. Go Liverpool, only one more position until they’re on top!

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Riise, your answer on Dossena is really class. So, so sorry that you had to leave LFC last year. Very painful memories of your own goal at the end of the Champion’s League quater-final game against Chelsea.
All good wishes to you at Roma.

SK Chew, Malaysia

Posted by SK Chew | Report as abusive
 

What a classy answer given by John Ane Riise!!! I feel its very unfair that the way he is remembered, by a lot of Liverpool fans, for his time at Liverpool is that dreaded own goal and yet he still talks of his time and and the club with such passion!! A true Red!!

Posted by Kirsty | Report as abusive
 

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