23
Oct
09

Your Club Needs You…

That's right, you!

That's right, you!

Liverpool Football Club stands on the brink of collapse the newspapers say… I say, BOLLOCKS!

Four consecutive losses, first time that’s happened since 1987 apparently, I don’t remember that because I can only think of the glory days when I think about Liverpool FC – the most successful British club.

So, all you Liverpool supporter’s out there, whether you are true-bloods or from wherever-you-are-in-the-world and happen to be fortunate enough to have the same great taste in football, come Sunday, Liverpool needs you to show your support.

I know Anfield will be a cauldron, so this is for the rest of us, not fortunate enough to be at the ground. I know that going to watch the games in the pub around Liverpool, London, or in Chicago, Hong Kong, Bangkok or Sydney may not seem like much in the grand old scheme of things but this Sunday is a day where I want every Liverpool supporter to wear his or her shirt with pride. The Mancs will be laughing, win or lose, if there are no Liverpool fans brave enough to show up.

We’re not Chelsea supporters, drunk on recent riches and supporting the hobby team of a billionaire! We’re not glory hunters who liked United “ever since the treble win”! (Sadly there of plenty of those “fans” Stateside).

We are Liverpool Supporters. We love this club for it’s rich history, not it’s rich owners. As supporters we’ve celebrated together when each of our 18 league titles were won in style, same goes for those 5 big-ears (yes, 5!), we’ve bounced together when Torres scores, laughed together when the Scouse humour has been seen on the pitch or heard in the songs we love to sing and suffered together during the tragedies of Hillsborough and Heysel.

We love this club because of the incredible comebacks we’ve seen – Istanbul is what Liverpool FC, and Liverpudlians, are all about. Sometimes down, but never out…

Remember me, Sir...?

Remember me, Sir...?

So, Sunday is a day for every Liverpool supporter to wear his club badge, crest, colours or shirt with pride. Win, lose or draw on Sunday we’re all proud to call ourselves Reds because of everything we’ve been through together as a club.

We are Liverpool Football Club, and as the song says…

When you walk, through a storm, hold your head up high,
and don’t be afraid of the dark, at the end of the storm,
there’s a golden sky, and the sweet silver song of the lark…
Walk on, through the wind, walk on, through the rain,
though your dreams be tossed and blown…
Walk on, walk on, with hope, in your heart, and
You’ll Never Walk Alone, You’ll Never Walk Alone… walk on.

And remember this...?

And remember this...?

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9 Responses to “Your Club Needs You…”


  1. 1 Kev
    October 23, 2009 at 18:28

    quality post. come on you reds!

  2. 2 Victor
    October 23, 2009 at 22:53

    Yes, this is a HUGE game for us REDS! I’am sure we will WIN! I don’t see us losing this game.

  3. 3 Liam
    October 24, 2009 at 07:46

    Very good. I so wish I could be there. YNWA

  4. 4 Wrighty
    October 24, 2009 at 07:56

    Very well done! It’s fantastic to see that our fans around the world know what it is to be a true red. Makes me very proud!

  5. October 24, 2009 at 07:58

    I will always stand by you Liverpool FC nomatter what! I swear, Im cryin right now.. read those words.. oh God thanks for present me the greatest club in the world, LIVERPOOL FC. I love you forever more.. eternity. YNWA 🙂

  6. 6 Sun
    October 24, 2009 at 08:27

    You’ll Never Walk Alone! All the way from mauritius~!

  7. October 24, 2009 at 09:32

    Liverpool fans will be with them through thick and thin, wherever they may be, however old they are…..it is deep in the heart

  8. 9 davy mc
    December 30, 2009 at 13:53

    Was fortunate to watch this game in Lovina Indonesia with a lot of Mancs – hey despite whay has happened since life was good that day. Found the site as was looking to find somewhere to watch a game without Mancs somewhre in Bangkok. Will keep looking but anyway – best wishes.

    Dave Mc


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