Again it's another 4pm kick off today, and this isn't even to do with TV.God TAW article which touches indirectly on the Anfield atmosphere whilst primarily havign a go at daft kick-off times for distant away games that don't benefit the travelling fans.
Yes. That's atmosphere Klopp needs to jump, to fight, to run...Anfield was rocking in the second half today. When we scored the equaliser Klopp was going nuts and urging the crowd to do the same. It was fantastic. Can't ever remember seeing a Liverpool manager do that. It felt like a corner was turned today on Anfield atmosphere. The crowd were doing their bit. Now we just need the team to do theirs.
A single "kids for a quid with a full paying adult" would be a great gesture and occasion.I wonder if it would be feasible to allocate a match or two a season to some sort of 'younger fan day'... a bit out there, but it would be at least interesting to see how it would alter the atmosphere in contrast to the regular crowd.
Chris Burley is one of them, he said there is nothing to celebrate not knowing he isn't celebrating the result, but the fans. These fuckers need to get with the program, fans included.I can't remember which pundits said it but I've heard a few people criticise Klopp getting the team together to salute the fans at the end of the West Brom game. They said that it was more of a "continental" thing and they were clearly dismissive of it.
Its important to have those people around. It's always nice to know if you are right about something by checking if it is completely different to the opinion of someone like Burley.Chris Burley is one of them, he said there is nothing to celebrate not knowing he isn't celebrating the result, but the fans. These fuckers need to get with the program, fans included.