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PostSubject: Ryan Babel   Fri May 09, 2008 5:31 am



The campaign may be drawing to a close for the majority of the Liverpool team at Tottenham this weekend - but for Ryan Babel there's a huge motivation to ensure he stays on top of his game.


While many of the players on duty at White Hart Lane will be planning
their end of season holidays after Sunday's match, Babel and several of
his teammates will be looking forward to a summer of international
football at the European Championships.


Babel is almost certainly going to feature in Holland's plans for
the competition as they look to qualify from the 'Group of Death' along
with France and Italy, and so he has no intention of slipping into 'end
of season' mode at the climax of the Premier League year.


"My season isn't finished after Sunday," he says. "I have to keep
my form and fitness and so I'm really hoping to be involved and in the
team.


"I'm looking forward to the summer and playing for my country but
first we have a match to play with Liverpool and it's important we end
the season with a win. We want to give the supporters something to
cheer and give them a feeling of joy on the last day.


"We're disappointed not to have gone closer in the title race but I
think we can learn from the mistakes we have made this season and make
sure we don't repeat them next year."


Babel's form during his debut season on Merseyside has been one of
many positives manager Rafa Benitez can look to when he analyses the
campaign - but the Dutchman insists there's still much more to come.


"I definitely feel as though I've got better and I'm much happier
with my form in the second half of the season than in the first part,"
he added.


"The season has gone really quickly but I am satisfied and it has
been very enjoyable. There have been good moments and bad moments,
happy times and sad times, but that's football.


"Next season I want to develop more, train even better, work even
harder and look to improve more. I set myself a target of ten goals at
the start of the season and I've reached that which is very pleasing.


"There is still much more to come from me though. I think I will be
a lot more settled next year because it's normal that you have to get
used to things in your first season. For example, I have only just
moved into my new house so that's something I don't need to think about
anymore. I can be completely settled next season and concentrate solely
on football."
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PostSubject: Re: Ryan Babel   Fri May 09, 2008 5:35 am

he's had an unusual season..... for one this, he's always performed better as a SUB.. which isnt what we're looking for

and in other games... he scored some amazing (and important) goals..

i dont think he can score more than 15 goals next season unless he starts to play more often!

and if he does .. that means that the left side is for babel!
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