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We ARE the Champions!

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shachart

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I did not think I would get emotional yesterday, I figured it would just be a formality. We knew we won the league a lmg time ago, when City lost at the restart thhat made it official, we all did our celebrations already.
But when I saw Kenny bring that trophy up the stairs I had tears in my eyes, when Klopp came up and got that bog hug from Kenny was on cloud nine, and when Hendo finally lifted the trophy I was shouting , dancing and singing like I did 30 years ago.
 

pxmose

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It was magical to watch even from across the pond in Arlington, Virginia US of A. I was wondering if anyone in Liverpool would be willing to buy me a copy of today's Liverpool Echo and send it to me here in the States? It would be a nice souvenir to have, and maybe I can return the favor with something you might want from the States that you cannot get in Liverpool. I would of course pay postage, costs etc. If so, let me know via private message? Thanks!!!

Heartiest congrats to all the Liverpool fans both there and all over the world!!!!! YNWA indeed.
 

Jimmyscase

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I just had a thought that some out there might find interesting, and it's this: has our lack of a league title in the Premier League era arrested the development of the competition toward full maturity? In other words at Premier League HQ today will they in any way share our sense of relief. Us not winning all those years eroded something of the league's validity. I would only dare to say something that unbearably arrogant in the special afterglow of yesterday evening. Forgive.
 
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Jimmyscase

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Next season we'll hopefully celebrate our 50th major trophy or 50-something, who knows.

:cool:
I think you're right. Women's team Second division champions and EFL cup ;)
Seriously though, we're going to be hard to beat in the two leagues and fragile as ever in the cups. I'm not moaning.
 
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