Posts Tagged the kop


Saturday Night Football

Well, it’s closer isn’t it. What is, you may ask? Today saw the announcement that there will be live Saturday night football on TV. This further kick in the proverbials for match going fans is to commence from the 2019/20 season. Which brings me to my original statement of ‘it’s closer isn’t it’. To clarify, […]

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A Point Gained Or Two Points Lost?

It could have been better, it could have been worse. Ultimately a point each seemed to be fair all round really. So was it a point gained or two points lost? At about 10 minutes before half time, my mate and I in The Kop agreed that we would be happy to get to half-time […]

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Liverpool 3 Manchester City 2 – Now We Are Beginning To Believe!!

In recent months test after test have been placed before Liverpool and to their credit they have not only overcome most of the hurdles placed before them but have done so with some style and panache. Sunday was no exception. Each year for the last 25 years the home game nearest to the anniversary of […]

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A Team Of Carraghers

Very fitting that Jamie Carragher bows out as Reds skipper for his final two games. I wouldn’t have been surprised if he would have been made captain even if Steven Gerrard was fit. If not, for both but probably most certainly for the last home game of the season against already relegated QPR. No doubt […]

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Liverpool 0, Everton 0-May 5th 2013

Honours even and as the article says, a draw probably a fair result. Everton of course had a hotly disputed goal disallowed but there again, Luis Suarez had a perfectly legitimate goal chalked off in the reverse fixture. So, all in all, two draws, two fair results. The result however was of no use to […]

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The day standing Kop said goodbye – Liverpool FC

I know it’s an old cliche – but it does only seem like yesterday. A very emotional day but a day I am privileged to say that “I was there”. The atmosphere throughout was fantastic. It’s just a shame that the football played by Liverpool that day did not reach the same levels. You can […]

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Liverpool Dominate A Very Poor Chelsea – Liverpool 4 Chelsea 1

Liverpool ended their disappointing Premier League home campaign in style as they hammered Chelsea 4-1, a scoreline that flattered Roberto Di Matteo’s side. Right from the off Liverpool dominated Chelsea who had the dispirited looking Fernando Torres making his first return to Anfield in a blue shirt. He hit the bar in the first half […]

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