Thats all a bit random Mick ?
I'll tell you when I felt I couldnt give a sh*t ( and this is me supporting from the sixties ) was in fact that dark afternoon in 2015 when we played the Everton game. I couldnt believe we had reached the depths that we had .
Liverpool Football Club.
With our history tradition legacy et al here we were having been saved by the Yankee dollar being managed by an untried, untested, naive ,rookie manager that obviously someone somewhere had decided had been a "good idea".
One who had been given the Get Out Of Jail Free Card by Kenny and Comolli , they having bought the enigma that was Luis Suarez who drove us to the title.
One we would have achieved if it hadn't been for naive ,inexperienced tactics and bizarre decisions.
I digress. That failure was enough in itself.
Then within minutes of that game finishing came the news that he was gone ... and my hope came back.
I have as with many on this forum have lived many years with L.F.C. in my life. Since a kid.
Its been there as my constant through my own life's path so it ain't going anywhere soon.
Successes and failures . Wins and Losses. Like LIFE really.
Am I happy that we are talking about scratching around for 3rd or 4th place FFS ?
Of course I'm not.
We exist to win titles and win trophies and that I am sure we will.
It also has to be accepted Mick that today's game and the money in it represents a different time and place to the old order.
A different place to 1971 when I stood in your pub and The Prince Of Wales in SW19 betting all the Gooners a Pound and a Pint to beat them in the Cup Final.
F**k Charlie George.
Nearly bankrupted me.
That's one of a myriad of memories Mick.
Hold on to them mate . Remember.
" at the end of a storm is a GOLDEN SKY "
Ed: Do you know how many times I watched Bobby's goal from the Stoke game on repeat ?
Do you know the "hit" that came from watching that .
Go Do. Then tell me you cant be arsed.