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a city academy?
plus 30,000 bindippers looking for a free way in
Liverpool fans are the best fans in the world, and have not caused 2 fatal accidents, as well as they didn't nearly cause one at the champions league final this year.
*opens can of worms*
I mean, anyone who's been there knows that, but I suppose progress requires such changes.
It won't be as good as our new Tesco sponsored ground, hopefully built to resemble a huge Tesco Value loaf of bread.
The great thing about Anfield is the fact its slap bang in the middle of a residential area. There's rows of terraced houses all round it. It gives stadiums a bit of character, like with Turf Moor here in this shit hole.
That looks horrible, and will date terribly.
Much like Peter Crouch then.
so many people like you. People who try their hardest to wind Liverpool fans up.
But I mean... Crouch is ugly. Yeah, well done.
What else have you got up your sleeve? Some car stereo jokes, by any chance? Make sure you warn me before you send me off into a fit of hysterical laughter.
winding Liverpool fans up isn't it. Or the police's fault. Or Juve fans. Or UEFA. Or The Sun. Wah wah wah.
they should knock them down and expand out. Such a shame really.
Stadiums with 'character' in the middle of residential areas are being torn down for that valuable housing space, meaning that everyone now plays in an Ikea flatpack stadium on the outskirts of towns accessible only by the number 35 bus.
Another reason why non-league football just gets better and more appealing by the day in my eyes.
its tragic, really. Everyone goes on about Old Trafford having an amazing atmosphere, but its all superficial really. Bigger doesn't always equal better.
For me, when I was an Anfield regular, I used to love walking to the ground up past Stanley Park and Goodison as much as the match itself. Now we'll just be parking up and going in. Not the same.
but isn't it getting buildt on Stanley Park which is about 100 metres away? So won't it still be pretty residential?
Whoever said only 60,000, the new owners redesigned the original plans so they could eventually increase the population to 78,000.
I kinda like it but agree it could age terribly. It's ace the way they are recreacting the kop though :D
for the Spurs game, but my ticket fell through. It looks good though.
maybe they'll incorporate a runway, then they'll easily be able to fly in all their thousands of fans from Norway, Sweden, Ireland and the south-east of England.
Stevie G, obviously not the brightest of players, can genuinely crack me up:
"We are Liverpool Football Club. We expect the best and this will be the best."
When was the last time they won the Premier League?
dunno if you should be challenging the integrity of kopites.
Afterall, isn't it quite normal for fans of a club to steal and beat up other fellow fans of a club for tickets to a European final?
'Best fans in the world.'
I speak the truth.
Gerrard said we expect the best not "we are the best" although Liverpool are the last English club to win arguably "the best" competition. You just need to walk around Liverpool to see how popular they are. Everyone in Ireland supports Manutd. Norway? Sweden? South England? LOL
I mean, I think they did quite a good job of developing a huuuge site so close to Highbury
The most disgusting new stadium I've been to has to be St Mary's. You're walking through a fucking industrial estate. It's horrid