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15 Nov 2018 19:55:42
Evening fellow reds, kids in bed time for a catch up on here, started thinking about when I was a kid and my first memory of how I got to supporting Liverpool, my best mate supported villa it was 1982 and didn’t really no much about supporting a football team as all my time was spent in the park playing it. Like a sheep I thought I would follow villa as well but something didn’t feel right, so my dad god bless, suggested Liverpool, which was strange as he was a rugby man as a lot were coming for Wales.
That one suggestion was the best thing my dad ever did for me, i remember sitting on the floor listen to the radiogram wk days wkend whenever we played nothing better.
Today I have 5 children and I’m pleased to say they all are reds, maybe not to the extent that I am but there’s a lot more distractions these days.
I believe we are going to be champions this year, it just feels different to all the nearly years.
Sorry for long post, be good to hear other people’s story on how they started supporting. have a good evening reds and Ed’s.


1.) 15 Nov 2018 20:02:50
John Barnes plain and simple.

2.) 15 Nov 2018 21:19:37
I’ve supported Liverpool since the early 80’s Creesey, just getting my son into the reds. He turned four at the end of June, so come next season I’ll be taking him to watch the five times champions of Europe.

3.) 15 Nov 2018 21:13:58
Back in the day aged 9, the 1974 cup final.

My family are from Leeds so that's who I supported, but in those days the fa cup was the be all and end all (only live game of the year I could watch) (Christ you'd watch the coaches from 11am whole day event) .

Anyway Malcolm McDonnald? bigging him self up, going to smash LFC, and I must admit i quite hoped they would, underdog and all that.

Then I watched the best team I'd seen give a master class, Steve Highway the highlight for me, never looked back.

4.) 15 Nov 2018 21:39:35
You started a great thread OP!

5.) 15 Nov 2018 21:57:33
Being Scottish only one reason I'm a Liverpool fan the Greatest player in Red and Dark Blue Kenny Dalglish. The season after the Hitachi kit.

6.) 15 Nov 2018 23:11:59
Was at that game idontlooklikeklopp remember the build up well big Mac shouting his mouth of but didn't take into account what an awesome winger Tommy Smith was he was phenomenal that day.

7.) 16 Nov 2018 07:20:32
I started following LFC in the early 1970's. Kevin Keegan was the main reason, even though the likes of Clemence, Neal, Smith, Heighway, Toshack and Fairclough were not exactly chopped liver either. That victorious final again Borussia Moenchengladbach sealed it for me, and it's been consistent ever since then.

8.) 16 Nov 2018 11:07:23
I’d watched football matches on occassion, i’d developed a fondness for Michael Owen when i was very young, but my first memory of liverpool and being a liverpool fan is as clear as day.

I’d never taken too much interest in football because i was never very sporty. My dad called me into the front room one night and asked if he wanted to watch the game with me. It was supposedly important. Half time came and the team that was not liverpool were 3-0 up. I asked my dad what was the point in watching when it was clear we had already lost. He told me not to give up hope and that anything can happen in football, to stop being so pessimistic and spitting my dummy out. Full time came and we’d won on penalties.

As well as being probably the first time i was ever allowed to stay up past 10 o’clock, Istanbul was my first game as a liverpool supporter. I can’t decide whether that is as good a game as any to start supporting your team, or whether its a shame that i never got to fully appreciate it while it was happening. I’ve almost forgotten how it feels to win a trophy and i would give anything just to see liverpool lift the European Cup again. Safe to say i was somewhat disappointed in May!

9.) 16 Nov 2018 11:58:51
Having grown up in the 70’s and not having a lot of cash I had to settle for watching games on the box. Not many televised games back then but Liverpool were always on, so I started to follow. Now based in Tampa 40 years later I am back to watching on TV. My two kids are truly Americanized but they are avid Reds and set their Alarms to be able to join me for the early games at the Liverpool supporters bar. If is absolutely fantastic watching their emotions throughout the games.

10.) 16 Nov 2018 14:43:22
Good read lads thanks.

11.) 17 Nov 2018 08:53:50
Seeing that many of the above posters started following LFC in the early 70's (like me), here's a blast from the past. ManU finished 21st in the First Division in 1973 and were relegated. Looking forward to the cycle coming back and history repeating itself.



18 Jul 2018 16:28:50
Alisson best signing of the transfer window, so happy to have him at our club. This is the position we need an upgrade on for last 10 years. Well done LFC dreams do come true.
Bring on the new season, can't wait.




26 Jun 2018 10:59:34
Morning all
Who would you like for the number 10?
Unrealistic but I would love to see hazard in.
He would make that step to world class, all though a very good player I think he needs to kick on to become world class.


1.) 26 Jun 2018 11:06:35
Brandt maybe. Push Salah up front with Firmino playing just off him, Mane on the right, Brandt on the left.

I'm not sure to be honest though. There are a lot of quality options.

2.) 26 Jun 2018 11:07:51
Wish I could thumbs down more than once. Not about hazards ability, but the post.

3.) 26 Jun 2018 11:14:28
I'd stick wilshire in there I think he would do wonders if he played a little bit deeper.

4.) 26 Jun 2018 11:24:21
Brandt looks like he's going to be some player,
Personally wouldn't move any of our front 3 around
Great to have options tho.

5.) 26 Jun 2018 11:49:26
Wilshire haha haha. Good one! Haha.

6.) 26 Jun 2018 11:54:22
Red One, Walter keeps saying how much he loves Wilshere but I'm sure he's winding us up mate. I hope so?

7.) 26 Jun 2018 11:57:07
Wilshire struggles to pass a tobacconist or the offy, never mind a football.

8.) 26 Jun 2018 12:03:33
Creeseyjack, true, but when Coutinho was still here and we put all of the "Fab four" on the pitch together, Klopp played 4-4-2 with Coutinho on the left, Mane/ Ox on the right, with Firmino and Salah up front. We smashed Spartak 7-0 playing that way.

9.) 26 Jun 2018 13:40:52
Forget Wiltshire but I'd take ramsey.

10.) 26 Jun 2018 13:41:24
What a game that was, certain games I agree you could go 4-4-2, just don't think that's going to be to often.

11.) 26 Jun 2018 14:01:01
442 is coming back.

For a number 10 I'd like to see us test spurs resolve over deli ali.

12.) 26 Jun 2018 14:58:32
I'd rather us try for Eriksen from Tottenham than Dele Alli. I get these feeling that Alli is on the way to being a diva.

13.) 26 Jun 2018 15:04:47
I’d love James Rodriguez but not going to happen.

14.) 26 Jun 2018 16:44:25
Alli is very over rated. Lacks the ability to be a proper number 10 as he doesn’t have the passing range or shooting ability.

15.) 26 Jun 2018 17:24:45
Draxler has been linked for the number 10 role as an alternative to Fekir. Not that we've been linked or that madrid would let him leave, but Asensio is going to be a hell of a player. Alternatively Bruno Fernandes, Zivkovic or meyer could do a job. I've always been a fan of Gotze (what a player) but I don't think he's operating at the right level to play for us, such a shame.

16.) 26 Jun 2018 18:12:25
Ali seems to believe the hype, didn't have a good season and didn't notice him in first match at World Cup
So I wouldn't go for him.
I like Lamar but the ship has also sailed
It seem the club are keeping it all in house now which is a good thing.




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26 Jun 2018 13:43:51
Thing ings has got a lot of quality and will flourish in another side with regular starts.
Good luck to him.





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16 Nov 2018 14:43:22
Good read lads thanks.




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24 Sep 2018 18:41:42
Give your head a wobble, I no this is just to get a response so we’ll done for that 🤪.




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20 Aug 2018 12:31:17
Positive thoughts and wishes mate, hope you make a speedy recovery.




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09 Aug 2018 06:59:54
Morning mate, thanks for that
Have a good day .


{Ed001's Note - you too Cj. Take care.}



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29 Jul 2018 10:35:24
Birthday wishes mate, have a good one.
Make that wish count😉.


{Ed001's Note - thank you very much mate, I will.}