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04 Mar 2017 16:48:16
Question for Ed001, if he would have a rough idea.

The reason i started supporting Liverpool as a kid is because, before I was born, my dad was in a serious car accident, just before him and my mum were due to get married. Long story short, his story was featured in newspapers and a liverpool-supporting stranger was so moved by the story that he drove from Liverpool to Kilmarnock with a football signed by the entire 1977 European Cup Winning team. He showed me it when i was about 10, and it was the first bit of football memorabilia I had ever seen, and I was fascinated. From then on, I was red through and through.

Anyway, I hadn't seen it for years, and just assumed I had either imagined it, or it had been lost or damaged or something, but it turns out it's still safe and sound in my dad's possession, and will be passed to me when he dies. Now, i have NO intention of selling it, ever (for what it means to my dad, and as something i'll pass to my daughter, who i'm raising a red), but i've tried to have a look online to value it, and couldn't really find anything similar. Would you know how much something like that would be worth? It'll always have far more sentimental value than it would ever be worth in £, but I can't help being curious.

Cheers either way Ed.

Rugby Parker

{Ed001's Note - the only way something like that would ever be sold is via auctions. There is a database of auction prices, but you used to have to pay to access it, which would be the best way to get an idea. The best bet would be to speak to an auction house which have sports memorabilia sales, and ask for a valuation. Those kind of things are sold at specialist auctions, as that is how you get the best value for them.}


1.) 04 Mar 2017 17:07:04
Cheers Ed, much appreciated. No point in me looking into it through auction houses, as it'll never leave this family as long as I live and breathe, was just curious as the only things I found online were like replica shirts that were signed years after the event.

Just have to make sure I raise the girls right, and they hold on to it. it's as good a way as any to get later generations to be Liverpool fans!

Thanks again, appreciate you taking the time out to reply.

{Ed001's Note - things like that were very few and far between back then, so it would be worth more than a shirt or similar, I would think. My cousin works at an auction house in Liverpool, he might have an idea. I will ask him for you.}


2.) 04 Mar 2017 17:38:45
If it's easy enough for you Ed, that would be great, but don't go to any trouble. probably better if the kids don't know how much it's worth!

{Ed001's Note - I will text him after the match, if we win, if not it will have to wait a few days as he is a Toffee and I will get nothing but stick if I message him when we have lost.}


3.) 04 Mar 2017 19:54:09
I know the feeling Ed! Ironically my dad is a Toffee too (despite the whole story above! ) . If I ever miss a game for any reason, I know Liverpool have lost if I get a text from him around the final whistle.

But HEY! We won, so go revel in telling your cousin!

And thanks again man, that's well above-and-beyond.

{Ed001's Note - no worries mate, good to have an excuse to talk to family.}


 

 

01 Oct 2016 16:52:33
Saw James Milner was interviewed after the game, but couldn't hear it. Did they mention what his run of games is at now for Scoring and winning? I know he was a few behind Vassell the last time i heard, but that was before Hull and Today. Anybody any idea?

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1.) 01 Oct 2016 16:59:04
I think it's 3 games in a row.


2.) 01 Oct 2016 18:08:30
I'm sure motd said he's only one or two behind.


3.) 01 Oct 2016 18:11:49
Sorry Gotklopp, didn't mean consecutive games. I'm fairly sure Darius Vassell holds the record for like 60-odd games in a row where he scored and his team won that particular game. Unless I missed one fairly recently where Milner scored and we lost, Milner will now only be a couple of games behind.

Anyone confirm?


4.) 01 Oct 2016 18:31:10
Cheers Fencey, much appreciated. Tried to find it on google, but "James Milner score win" isn't the most elegant of google searches!


5.) 01 Oct 2016 21:00:01
It's 44 games where Milner scores and his team wins.


 

 

20 Aug 2014 13:47:10
Just read the interview with Markovic on ssn website, seems like a very mature head on young shoulders. Really looking forward to seeing him in the team soon.

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1.) 20 Aug 2014 13:58:16
Yes, He looked very matured in the interview


2.) 20 Aug 2014 14:54:00
Fancy sending him a love letter Harry?


3.) Whose to say Harry hasn't been singing sweet nothings into the lads ear already? lol


 

 

11 May 2014 14:38:30
Just wanna say, whatever happens today, it's been a cracking season, enjoyed the ride, and it's already been a huge success. Thanks to all the eds and regular posters for being the perfect foil for an enjoyable year of football, and let's hope even the most negative of posters can find something to be happy about when the curtain comes down.

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03 Mar 2014 13:45:41
I had to do a quick check to make sure it was the same fella, and it turns out that yes, Gabriel Paletta, the young argentine defender we had on our books back in the day, has been called up for the Italy squad for their game against Spain! Don't remember that much about him other than a few games here and there, but congratulations to him, that's quite a rise in stature.

Just thought i'd post in case anyone wanted to add him to their "one we let get away/one we missed out on" list for future moanings!

Rugby Parker

1.) I thought you were mistaken when I seen 'Italy squad', but I just read on another website he has an Italian passport and has been playing well in Serie A as part of 3 centre backs - amazing .


 

 

 

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18 Aug 2016 13:41:28
I haven't heard us being linked with "clinching sphincter" before. is he solid defensively? Is he good at dribbling? Can he stand up to an offensive pummelling?

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13 Jun 2016 13:33:50
I love Liverpool FC, but i'm struggling to understand why a lot of you are taking the hump with Udinese about this?

We've broken the rules, tapped a player up, and the way to "sweep this under the carpet" is to pay the asking price. but we're not doing it.

Bottom line, we screwed up, so either pay Udinese the money to ignore what we did, or walk away and live with any consequences. It's in no way Udinese's fault that this has become a drawn-out mess.

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16 Mar 2016 13:40:44
All the best mate, hope they get to the bottom of it and it's nothing to be concerned about.

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Hmmmmm, surely "Enriquez" would like to know which mid table EPL team he's supposed to be signing for?

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Red_Rum

He's not going to get a game at Liverpool, so why would his value decrease if he's getting game time at a big club like Sevilla? Surely it's a good way to put him in the shop window, with a possible deal with Sevilla at the end of it and, if not, perhaps another club who has seen him play more than 5 matches in a season?

Anyway, good luck to him, shame it never worked out. He always looked desperate to play when you saw him on the bench at the start of the season, but I suppose it's hard to go all season without getting a sniff.

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19 Jul 2017 13:40:34
Harry, whatever you do, please do not remove the ding dong too late. don't want baby Harry's running around the place with "KovaKeitaBayeng" on the back of their Liverpool shirts!

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18 Jul 2017 13:29:30
One of the best comedy threads on here for a long time, bravo everyone!

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17 Jul 2017 13:34:32
Really sad to see Lucas go, but he's not an old man, and obviously loves to play football, so it's the right thing to do to let him go and test his mettle playing regularly somewhere else.

One of my favourite players of the last 10 years, i'll never forget the fact that i've never wanted a player to curl a beautiful 25 yarder into the top corner more than every time Lucas got the ball in that position. knew it wouldn't happen, but always wanted him to add to his rather modest goal tally!

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11 Jul 2017 16:47:41
I have no idea why people say "if he signs, i'll support him" and then absolutely trash the player.

There's a strong possibility he WILL sign, so why trash him before it and then support him after he signs? He's still the same player!

Truly idiotic. It's a good job there's a core bunch of great posters on this site, otherwise the knuckle-draggers would drive any new visitors away.

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11 Jul 2017 16:41:13
I was wondering about this myself. Rangers appear to have signed a fair few players who required permits, but none of them are major players for their national teams (think the mexicans had about 30 caps between them, and they're in their mid to late 20's) .

Seems odd, as I would assume British rules were the same with regards to Work Permits.

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