Diouf: It's not difficult at Anfield
Ahead of Sunday's fixture between the two clubs, the 29-year-old is already far from popular with the Reds after flopping in the wake of a £10million arrival from Lens in 2002. The Senegalese came nowhere near meeting his price tag on Merseyside and has since angered the locals with a few less-than-complimentary remarks about his three-year stay. Diouf has now upped the ante after suggesting Rovers could easily record their first win at Liverpool since 1993 and insists he will not buckle under probable abuse from The Kop. "It is not difficult to go there and get a result," he said. "In England, everyone can beat anyone else. You see it season after season, a team like Watford will beat Manchester Untied even though they are going down. "The boos are no problem. If I didn't get that, I couldn't play. I need people to give me that. "I am a man and I need to show to the people I am a man."