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I'm determined to be a success here. I'm working hard every day. The main thing is the club - it's all about Liverpool.
Quotes of the week
Joe Cole has issued a heartfelt assessment of his disappointing Liverpool career to date, but he is determined to leave his struggles in the past.
The former Chelsea playmaker was sent off on his Premier League debut at Anfield in August after arriving on a free transfer and it has been downhill from then on.
Cole also missed a penalty against Trabzonspor in the same week as his dismissal against Arsenal before the rest of his season to date has been ravaged by injury.
The 29-year-old made just his 20th Liverpool appearance in last Thursday's dire stalemate against Sparta Prague, but he is talking tough about the rest of the season.
Cole told Liverpool's official website: "It's not gone how I would have liked, but that's life. Things like that happen and you've just got to push on through the difficult times.
"I've had plenty of good times in my career and I've had my share of difficult times, and I'll always come through.
"I'm determined to be a success here. I'm working hard every day. The main thing is the club - it's all about Liverpool.
"I'm pleased it (the team's form) has turned around and we're going in the right direction, and if Liverpool can keep going there, I'd love to be part of it."
The outing in Prague marked Cole's first appearance under Kenny Dalglish and he hopes to be a part of the Kop legend's plans for rebuilding Liverpool.
Cole was signed by Roy Hodgson, who was sacked in January as just one change in a dramatic season, with the club's new owners, Fenway Sports Group, having taken over in October.
"New owners, new manager, new coaches, new football director...it's a complete change," said Cole.
"But I came in from a club in Chelsea where we had gone through a few managers as well over the last few years, so I am used to it.
"I think continuity is so important in football. Now we've got Kenny, Damien (Comolli) and Steve (Clarke), who are as good as you'll find at doing their jobs - their track records are proven.
"It's about continuity now. The club needs that for Liverpool to move forward and for us to progress. We need to stick together."
Class always rises to the top in this game with hard work and desire, JC will prove all his doubters wrong. Yep, continuity is all he needs, but that comes after the hard work and desire... JC still has a massive job to do for us in the coming months and I back him all the way... YNWA
Posted 17:26 23rd February 2011
re;paul williams.nothing wrong with carrick and hargreaves then,at least there was no fee ontop of wages
Posted 17:04 23rd February 2011
personally i think we should sell him in the summer, he rarely gets played and is simply draining the team of 90 thousand a week which could be used in another way. We need to sell the players we dont need, Jovanovic, cole and poulson. we could probably get 20 million from them and there is the money for ashley young. They are taking places in the first team and on the bench from younger players who are undoubtably better than them. sell them and get as much money from them as possible or use them in a part exchange. About 20 million for two free's and a 4 million, that should recover any losses from selling other players.
Posted 15:44 23rd February 2011
The lad will come good one player who I have wanted at liverpool for years I'm sure he can turn it around!
Posted 14:42 23rd February 2011
We've seen nothing from Joe Cole at Liverpool yet. He's one of the most skilful English players I can remember but nobody, not even he knows what his position is. He doesn't seem to fit into any formation. At Chelsea he always struck me as a player who was introduced when teams are tired and given a free role...
Posted 12:19 23rd February 2011
Come on Joe prove your critics wrong, I know you can rise to the occation and lift your game. Confidence is all your lacking, you now have an opportunity to be a part of a great football club who are on the up so help bring back the good times..YNWA
Posted 12:11 23rd February 2011
Joe, just a quick reminder i also work very hard at what i do and still only earn in 2 YEARS what you earn in a week you loser. Time to retire because you once had talent at playing football now the only talent that your showing is being able to confince the Liverpool top brass that your actually worth the insane amount of money that they pay you each week for doing nothing.
Posted 10:44 23rd February 2011
Matchday stadium announcers can be divided into two types; those that venture onto the playing surface and those that don't. My preference is firmly with the latter camp, but in recent seasons the trend has been for the former.
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