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Month: May 2014

Memories And Miracles

Originally published by me on Nine years on and 2005 is about far more than Istanbul for me. With all great stories it’s always more about the journey than […]

Somewhere We Belong

This article has also been published on When the two Madrid’s line up for the pre match handshakes tonight, hearts bursting with pride, heads buzzing with that anthem, and legs weak […]

The Year The Kop Turned Back Time

Originally published by me on With all the spotlight rightly focused on improvements on the pitch, we may be ignoring another significant rebirth at Anfield. As a certified old […]

Transfer Window Emptiness

An article published by me on As the players jet off to far foreign lands and the manager takes his phone to the beach, the thoughts of Reds everywhere […]

Brendan Rodgers Renaissance Man

This article was first published by me on Liverpool and Brendan Rodgers may have ended the season trophy-less, but they are surely now the darlings of the English media, […]


  Article published by me on If you are from Liverpool you may well regard yourself as Scouse not English? If you do, then you may find yourself on […]

We Believe

Article published by me on As the taxi sped away from the Flat Iron, it’s cargo of lager soaked Kopites slumped in the back, the driver rendered his verdict […]

Perspective’s a Bitch

Article published by me on The post-mortem is in full swing. Just two games ago Liverpool stood on the brink of the greatest achievement since 1965 (the year they […]