It’s hard to imagine that one of your icons you so well remember watching when they were in their prime is now 57. I know 57 isn’t old but the point is, it doesn’t seem that long ago this legend was turning it on week after week. Yes, it’s John Barnes birthday today. And, yes, […]
During all this coronavirus chaos, a bit of normality amidst all the virus updates and the possible impact on football. No mention for now on here of the impact of the virus on football. Not even a mention of the delightful, self serving, Karen Brady. For now!! No, some normality as I say. In fact, […]
It seems that our goalkeeper discussions have been going on for donkeys years. Who has been worthy appears to be the question. Ever since Ray Clemence, some fans will arguably announce that virtually every custodian we have had have not been top drawer. You decide for yourself. One such custodian was David James.
There are times when you are lucky enough to see a really good player perform his stuff for Liverpool. But then you are really privileged to be fortunate to see a truly special player. An icon. A club legend. One of the best players in the world of his time. That accolade belongs to John […]
Hot on the heels of our disappointing 0-0 draw with relegation threatened Stoke City on Saturday, a few interesting news items have emerged. I think it’s fair to say that there is never a dull moment supporting Liverpool is there. Well, maybe Saturday’s bore draw was a dull moment. But, on the whole, never a […]
Always nice to beat Man Utd isn’t it. On this day 18th March 1990 is no exception. A John Barnes double, one a penalty, gave us a very satisfying 2-1 victory at Old Trafford. We dominated the game throughout and after this victory we closed the gap on leaders Aston Villa to two points.
I remember the day so well. Two main events that day. One on the field and one off it. The on-field event was an epic and one of, if not the best, Merseyside derby. Liverpool and Everton locked horns for the third game in a row when they met each other at Goodison Park in […]
Football club owner, John Houlding, tries to retain Everton Football Club after an acrimonious split with fellow Everton board members. The result is that the rift is so severe and that instead of John Houlding patching up his differences with his other board members, he forms a new football club after agreeing an amicable solution […]
Liverpool’s Cup Final record, the Anfield Rap is released. It actually reached number three in the UK singles charts. The song was written by midfielder Craig Johnston and rapper Derek B and was influenced by artists such as Eric B and Rakim, The Beatles and the Jackson 5. Stars of the single release are John […]