21 years on, losing the club’s biggest icon is no easier than it was when Kenny Dalglish left on his own terms in 1991. The landscape of football has changed irreversibly since then, and Fenway Sports Group must be given the opportunity to succeed, or indeed to fail.
“Something is not right when 40,000 tickets have gone to corporate people.” ~ David Moyes in 2009; Well nothing has changed as the FA continues to disregard genuine fans and illustrate why it is universally and globally detested. Even corruption has its limits.
Looking back at a difficult afternoon through the eyes of Twitter, the passion for Liverpool Football Club is high, but there are massive differences of opinion amongst the clubs supporters as to where the club is right now.
REPOST of a recent post on my personal blog about my shock at what I have recently seen in the ‘gutter press’ – lack of knowledge is no excuse, and flaming the incendiary is no substitute for educating.
Much as with myself, James Herd has found his passion for football ever diminishing. That was until he was introduced to life at non-league Horsham.
After the inevitable permanent appointment of Kenny Dalglish as Liverpool Manager this afternoon, I wonder where those are who said that he would be ‘out of touch’ and that his return was a romantic notion?
Matt Appleby gives a view from the Liverpool perspective as to the impact of Fernando Torres’ departure, examining how the club have replaced the Spaniard, and also giving an insight into the anger of some Liverpool supporters.
I was saving this for Issue 3 of Swinging Balls, but felt that it should be published now. 22 years on, I hope that this gives an insight into why the city and people of Liverpool continue to fight for justice for its 96 children that lost their lives on April 15, 1989.
Money cannot buy love or respect and it certainly cannot buy history. 119 years to the day since its formation, Liverpool Football Club still commands them
Kenny Dalglish comprehensively won the tactical battle with Sir Alex Ferguson in yesterdays North-West clash. Here are some of the keys to Liverpool’s surprisingly comfortable victory over their deadly rivals