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This interactive site is incredibly humbling and something everyone should check out: http://www.liverpoolfc.com/hillsborough

The families of the 96 were asked to create "Pen Portraits" of their lost loved ones to present to the tribunal. They're all included on that site, just click the pic.

The anniversary is tomorrow.

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Spelling honour correctly while lamely attempting banter would be even more superb, Vladdy.

 

Here's an awesome interview on CNN's site with our Phil: http://edition.cnn.com/2015/05/11/football/philippe-coutinho-liverpool/index.html

First of all, you know how i spell, you're subject to my terror in BBM group :P

Second.. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/honor?s=t So this should suffice for spelling police.

Was it lame attempt to banter.. to me it wasn't. I was stating the fact and my delight of it. 

Banter: meh.. don't care for it atm. 

 

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“I’ve been through probably the most traumatic four years of my life,” Brendan Rodgers said.

“I lost my mum. I lost my dad. I split up from the woman I loved for 23 years. I had a court case, two Old Bailey trials over six weeks with my son who was charged with sexual assault...

  “Yet professionally, here and at Swansea, these have been the best four years of my life. Something has to come from within. You have to put the professional and personal to each side. It’s about being happy of course, but the owners have paid me to do a job, so I will do the job.

“There’s a story about Jimmy Sirrel at Notts County which has stuck with me since I was a young coach. His wife, Cathy, died late on the Friday night, but he came in on the Saturday.

“Nothing was said. He got on with his job, he did his job. Team played the game, won the game. Normally after every game, him and his wife would sit at a little table and have a glass. Then they’d go.

“This Saturday night he quickly popped into the bar. Someone asked about his wife, and he said, ‘She died last night’. He’d lost the woman of his life, his right hand, but he still came in and did his job. Makes you think, doesn’t it?”

BR in In Michael Calvin’s new book, Living On The Volcano, about surviving as a football manager.

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Henry's reaction to BR's sacking was priceless.  Klopp to the Kop now? Will be interesting to see him in EPL.

I am surprised Jose hasn't been sacked yet. Then again, whom would we get instead?

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This thread is still one of the best things the internet has to offer.

Still over the moon with herr Klopp as well.

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