Liverpool champagne moment

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Several.

1) Bringing my baseball cap to the game.
2) @Fleet John deerstalker with @GP200 also superbly turned out
3) hearing “you’re so loud you sound like Aldershot” for the first time in ages
4) Finding my car intact after the game
"We'll race you back to London"
 

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‘Jon Moss your mum is a f***ing slag’…..these are the reasons I love going to games for these kinds of insight 😆
 

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Several.

1) Bringing my baseball cap to the game.
2) @Fleet John deerstalker with @GP200 also superbly turned out
3) hearing “you’re so loud you sound like Aldershot” for the first time in ages
4) Finding my car intact after the game
..........many thanks............there are standards to upkeep.................
 

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Walking out of one of the world’s great clubs (and most famous grounds) thinking “thank God I watch football at Brentford”. A real count your blessings moment. (Beautifully summed up by the Aldershot chant).
 

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Walking out of one of the world’s great clubs (and most famous grounds) thinking “thank God I watch football at Brentford”. A real count your blessings moment. (Beautifully summed up by the Aldershot chant).
.............yes, underwhelmed by lack of home atmosphere.................
 

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Walking out of one of the world’s great clubs (and most famous grounds) thinking “thank God I watch football at Brentford”. A real count your blessings moment. (Beautifully summed up by the Aldershot chant).

True and I also thought about Bees complaining at getting away from BCS, getting away from Anfield is a mission, we have it easy in comparsion.
 

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I honestly expected two yellows, because Norgaard took someone out 10 seconds earlier. Not sure either tackle was carded.
 

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Looking at three sides of the ground singing YNWA, that was impressive, unlike the rest of the babe when they were embarrassing.

Off the pitch the lively meal in the Salt House restaurant with great company and then a quality night in a rocking Cavern, climax was Hey Jude
 

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Talking of that Aldershot chant, I once sang that to my Arsenal mate many years ago. He didn't have a fooookin' clue what I was on about......😂
 

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One that’s got to be up there: Sergi coming on to play at again at Anfield as a Premier League player with Brentford.
I get the sentiment but in all reality when henry came off we were markedly more open, canos manage to control the ball on his shin for the second goal and although my eyes may deceive me i feel like he lost his man also,
 

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I get the sentiment but in all reality when henry came off we were markedly more open, canos manage to control the ball on his shin for the second goal and although my eyes may deceive me i feel like he lost his man also,
Yeah all true. Hope we stop playing him at wingback soon. Still a great moment for him though.
 

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Looking at three sides of the ground singing YNWA, that was impressive, unlike the rest of the babe when they were embarrassing.

Off the pitch the lively meal in the Salt House restaurant with great company and then a quality night in a rocking Cavern, climax was Hey Jude
I hope private Godfrey behaved himself ?? 😉😳😄😄
 

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No hold ups with diversions, breakdowns or roadworks for a smooth drive home.

WiFi in the ground was really good (H/T only ofc)
 

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Home fans responding with a half hearted "F*ck the Tories" cos they misunderstood the "Ground full of tourists" chant did make me smile.
 

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Home fans responding with a half hearted "F*ck the Tories" cos they misunderstood the "Ground full of tourists" chant did make me smile.

That was my take on it. Random f*** the tories and Maggie maggie maggie chants came straight after the first chorus of ground full of tourists. Could be the witty scouse humour but nah, just stupidity really. Did make me chuckle though that they thought we were branding them all tories
 

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That was my take on it. Random f*** the tories and Maggie maggie maggie chants came straight after the first chorus of ground full of tourists. Could be the witty scouse humour but nah, just stupidity really. Did make me chuckle though that they thought we were branding them all tories

A discussion on their half-hearted anti-Tory chants, and the woeful lack of an atmosphere at Anfield, can be perused on the three hundred and eleven (311) pages dedicated to the subject on their forum 😂

 

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Not champagne moment but certainly funny (at the time)

Chap walks in towards seat from concourse -steward checks ticket and directs him – then bang – ball smashes him full pelt on his head!!!!

I did at the time laugh and think ouch but then checked he was ok (as he was sitting next to me!!!!) he was good as gold. Think the beers from previous night gave him a sore head…………. not the ball! ha
 

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Seeing Liverpool legends painted on the gable end of houses around the ground, and pubs named after managers. Could that be done around BCS?
 

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A discussion on their half-hearted anti-Tory chants, and the woeful lack of an atmosphere at Anfield, can be perused on the three hundred and eleven (311) pages dedicated to the subject on their forum 😂

Ending with “shall we get a drummer in”. Game’s gone.
 

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A discussion on their half-hearted anti-Tory chants, and the woeful lack of an atmosphere at Anfield, can be perused on the three hundred and eleven (311) pages dedicated to the subject on their forum 😂

Reading back a few pages it appears they regularly sing anti Tory songs, so we obviously rattled their cage with the " mispronunciation" of tourists

It was interesting that they put the demise of their famous atmosphere down to Kop ST holders growing old and not moving to other parts of the ground to allow the yoof to take over their legacy. Bit of a warning to the WSA, although making the West stand all standing will help when it's announced as official and legal.
 
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