Anfield Atmosphere Discussion

Dane

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Tomorrow lunchtime needs to sound like a European night, but it wont.

Unattractive game in the fixture list when the farcical ticket selling arrangements took place.
There was probably no pre requisite required to purchase these tickets, meaning the ground will be half full of casual supporters.
Lack of alcohol before the game will also contribute to the crowd being less "rowdy" or up for it.

You're on your own boys, prepare to hear a deafening silence and occasional groaning if things are not going well.
 

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Tomorrow lunchtime needs to sound like a European night, but it wont.

Unattractive game in the fixture list when the farcical ticket selling arrangements took place.
There was probably no pre requisite required to purchase these tickets, meaning the ground will be half full of casual supporters.
Lack of alcohol before the game will also contribute to the crowd being less "rowdy" or up for it.

You're on your own boys, prepare to hear a deafening silence and occasional groaning if things are not going well.
Klopp said similar in his presser, said if you have a ticket for tomorrow stop drinking at 10pm, have a good sleep.. Bring your singing voice.

Its not bullshit that if Anfield get behind us every home game we win them easily.. That’s 15 more points.. 85 closer and closer to what we need.

Sadly struggling to find a pub up here in Ambleside with it on so may be going old school radio!
 

Dane

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Klopp said similar in his presser, said if you have a ticket for tomorrow stop drinking at 10pm, have a good sleep.. Bring your singing voice.

Its not bullshit that if Anfield get behind us every home game we win them easily.. That’s 15 more points.. 85 closer and closer to what we need.

Sadly struggling to find a pub up here in Ambleside with it on so may be going old school radio!
I was in Conniston in 2017, not too far from you is it?
2 or 3 pubs there were showing football.
 

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I was in Conniston in 2017, not too far from you is it?
2 or 3 pubs there were showing football.
We usually go Coniston, decided on a change this time although the Black Bull and a pint of Old Man is outstanding.

Got the 6months old so not car journeying this weekend if we can help it.
 

Commando

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Tomorrow lunchtime needs to sound like a European night, but it wont.

Unattractive game in the fixture list when the farcical ticket selling arrangements took place.
There was probably no pre requisite required to purchase these tickets, meaning the ground will be half full of casual supporters.
Lack of alcohol before the game will also contribute to the crowd being less "rowdy" or up for it.

You're on your own boys, prepare to hear a deafening silence and occasional groaning if things are not going well.
Shouldn't need beer to raise your voice for the Reds. I never drink pre match. I'm not saying that there's anything wrong with having a few beers before the game, but if your can't get behind the team without a pint inside you then there's something wrong.