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      Robby The Z
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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #25: Jul 20, 2020 03:11:53 pm
      I am wondering what the trophy lift will really be like this time, with all the dynamics at work.

      Is it a given that thousand will go to A field, climb the fences, break out the pyro, etc. ?

      I mean,none of it is spontaneous at this point, will that make it different when it happens?

      Of course, nothing takes away from the joy and satisfaction of winning the title. The outpouring we saw the moment we clinched was undeniable.

      Just wondering.after 30 years what it will really be like Wednesday night.
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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #26: Jul 20, 2020 03:31:21 pm
      I am wondering what the trophy lift will really be like this time, with all the dynamics at work.

      Is it a given that thousand will go to A field, climb the fences, break out the pyro, etc. ?

      I mean,none of it is spontaneous at this point, will that make it different when it happens?

      Of course, nothing takes away from the joy and satisfaction of winning the title. The outpouring we saw the moment we clinched was undeniable.

      Just wondering.after 30 years what it will really be like Wednesday night.

      After 30 years of waiting there is simply nothing ( not even a atom bomb ) that will stop fans going to Anfield mate. I can understand it just hope they all wear mask. ;D

      Personally I think there will be thousands there.
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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #27: Jul 20, 2020 04:33:09 pm
      I am wondering what the trophy lift will really be like this time, with all the dynamics at work.

      Is it a given that thousand will go to A field, climb the fences, break out the pyro, etc. ?

      I mean,none of it is spontaneous at this point, will that make it different when it happens?

      Of course, nothing takes away from the joy and satisfaction of winning the title. The outpouring we saw the moment we clinched was undeniable.

      Just wondering.after 30 years what it will really be like Wednesday night.

      Be thousands outside on Wednesday night - potentially more than the night we won the title as people have had the opportunity to plan & book time off work etc. The night we won the league was solely just local support who lived within close proximity of the ground

      Obviously with the COVID situation most pubs around Anfield are making you book ahead for Wednesday as it makes it easier for them to manage capacity. A lot of pubs I looked at last week were already fully booked, presume there'll be crowds who will just be singing outside and won't bother watching the game too

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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #28: Jul 20, 2020 07:19:23 pm
      Be thousands outside on Wednesday night - potentially more than the night we won the title as people have had the opportunity to plan & book time off work etc. The night we won the league was solely just local support who lived within close proximity of the ground

      Obviously with the COVID situation most pubs around Anfield are making you book ahead for Wednesday as it makes it easier for them to manage capacity. A lot of pubs I looked at last week were already fully booked, presume there'll be crowds who will just be singing outside and won't bother watching the game too

      Club, SofS and Liverpool City Council with joint statement asking people to not gather at Anfield.

      Merseyside Police is working with Liverpool FC, Liverpool City Council and Spirit of Shankly ahead of this week's game against Chelsea at Anfield. Together we are urging fans to watch the game at home and keep themselves, their families, friends and neighbours safe.

      The game is the final Liverpool FC home match of the season, and kicks off behind closed doors at Anfield at 8.15pm BST on Wednesday (July 22), following which the Premier League trophy will be lifted.

      Assistant chief constable Natalie Perischine said: “This is such an important night for all Liverpool fans in the city and worldwide, with the Premier League trophy to be lifted inside the stadium. The club and TV companies have made careful preparations to ensure that millions of people can enjoy these special moments on screen, in the comfort of their homes.

      “On this occasion, the best seat in the house is in your living room. There is simply no benefit to going to the ground and we as a city cannot afford for people to gather in large numbers.

      “We are all still in unprecedented times due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the last thing anyone wants is a resurgence of cases in Merseyside, with every life lost a tragedy. The last thing anyone wants is for all Merseyside’s patience and selflessness to unravel and for lockdown measures to be reintroduced, as we have seen in other areas.”

      Matt Ashton, director of public health at Liverpool City Council, said: “This week, Liverpool Football Club will celebrate their magnificent achievements in what has undoubtedly been a standout but strange season. We know fans will be eager to celebrate Liverpool FC lifting the Premier League trophy but they need to do this responsibly. The coronavirus is still in circulation within our communities so it is vital that we continue to avoid large gatherings, to protect each other, our families and the NHS. The threat of a second lockdown is very real. Fortunately, the trophy ceremony is free to watch on TV. Hopefully the city will be able to mark this achievement more publicly in the near future. Until then, avoid any big crowds and enjoy the Reds being crowned Premier League champions.”

      Joe Blott, chair of Spirit of Shankly, said: “This week Jordan Henderson will finally lift the Premier League trophy. Spirit of Shankly wish to congratulate him, the team, and Jürgen Klopp and his management team on this fantastic achievement.

      “I desperately want to see the trophy lift and I understand how hard and frustrating it is to stay away from Anfield but I also know it is one of the most deprived areas in Europe with significant health inequalities. The overwhelming majority of fans have so far heeded public health advice and I hope supporters will continue to stay at home and not put themselves or others at risk unnecessarily.”

      Peter Moore, chief executive officer of Liverpool FC, said: “Our priority remains on the health and wellbeing of our people, the local community and supporters.

      “We know that winning the Premier League is bringing joy to fans during these challenging times but it’s critical that we all get behind the city’s public health advice to keep Liverpool safe.

      “The Premier League trophy presentation will be happening inside the stadium and, contrary to reports, nothing is happening outside of the stadium. When the time is right, we will all come together to celebrate but, for now, we are asking fans to keep themselves and their families safe by celebrating at home.”

      ACC Perischine continued: “As with any normal match, a comprehensive and appropriate policing operation has been put in place ahead of Wednesday’s game. We’ll have officers on duty at the ground and surrounding area and they will be supported by specialist resources including the Dog Section and mounted police. We will also have a wider city policing plan in place throughout the night, which is standard procedure.

      “We will also have additional measures we can introduce if necessary, including road management and Dispersal Orders, and this is again to ensure that people are kept safe and discouraged from the risks of gathering.

      “Unfortunately, as we have seen throughout the lockdown period, members of the public haven’t adhered to the regulations in place. But this is our opportunity to all show the rest of the country, and the world, why this city is revered for its ability to come together in challenging times and do the right thing.”
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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #29: Jul 20, 2020 10:57:48 pm
      Club, SofS and Liverpool City Council with joint statement asking people to not gather at Anfield.

      Merseyside Police is working with Liverpool FC, Liverpool City Council and Spirit of Shankly ahead of this week's game against Chelsea at Anfield. Together we are urging fans to watch the game at home and keep themselves, their families, friends and neighbours safe.

      The game is the final Liverpool FC home match of the season, and kicks off behind closed doors at Anfield at 8.15pm BST on Wednesday (July 22), following which the Premier League trophy will be lifted.

      Assistant chief constable Natalie Perischine said: “This is such an important night for all Liverpool fans in the city and worldwide, with the Premier League trophy to be lifted inside the stadium. The club and TV companies have made careful preparations to ensure that millions of people can enjoy these special moments on screen, in the comfort of their homes.

      “On this occasion, the best seat in the house is in your living room. There is simply no benefit to going to the ground and we as a city cannot afford for people to gather in large numbers.

      “We are all still in unprecedented times due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the last thing anyone wants is a resurgence of cases in Merseyside, with every life lost a tragedy. The last thing anyone wants is for all Merseyside’s patience and selflessness to unravel and for lockdown measures to be reintroduced, as we have seen in other areas.”

      Matt Ashton, director of public health at Liverpool City Council, said: “This week, Liverpool Football Club will celebrate their magnificent achievements in what has undoubtedly been a standout but strange season. We know fans will be eager to celebrate Liverpool FC lifting the Premier League trophy but they need to do this responsibly. The coronavirus is still in circulation within our communities so it is vital that we continue to avoid large gatherings, to protect each other, our families and the NHS. The threat of a second lockdown is very real. Fortunately, the trophy ceremony is free to watch on TV. Hopefully the city will be able to mark this achievement more publicly in the near future. Until then, avoid any big crowds and enjoy the Reds being crowned Premier League champions.”

      Joe Blott, chair of Spirit of Shankly, said: “This week Jordan Henderson will finally lift the Premier League trophy. Spirit of Shankly wish to congratulate him, the team, and Jürgen Klopp and his management team on this fantastic achievement.

      “I desperately want to see the trophy lift and I understand how hard and frustrating it is to stay away from Anfield but I also know it is one of the most deprived areas in Europe with significant health inequalities. The overwhelming majority of fans have so far heeded public health advice and I hope supporters will continue to stay at home and not put themselves or others at risk unnecessarily.”

      Peter Moore, chief executive officer of Liverpool FC, said: “Our priority remains on the health and wellbeing of our people, the local community and supporters.

      “We know that winning the Premier League is bringing joy to fans during these challenging times but it’s critical that we all get behind the city’s public health advice to keep Liverpool safe.

      “The Premier League trophy presentation will be happening inside the stadium and, contrary to reports, nothing is happening outside of the stadium. When the time is right, we will all come together to celebrate but, for now, we are asking fans to keep themselves and their families safe by celebrating at home.”

      ACC Perischine continued: “As with any normal match, a comprehensive and appropriate policing operation has been put in place ahead of Wednesday’s game. We’ll have officers on duty at the ground and surrounding area and they will be supported by specialist resources including the Dog Section and mounted police. We will also have a wider city policing plan in place throughout the night, which is standard procedure.

      “We will also have additional measures we can introduce if necessary, including road management and Dispersal Orders, and this is again to ensure that people are kept safe and discouraged from the risks of gathering.

      “Unfortunately, as we have seen throughout the lockdown period, members of the public haven’t adhered to the regulations in place. But this is our opportunity to all show the rest of the country, and the world, why this city is revered for its ability to come together in challenging times and do the right thing.”


      Talk cheap by the council Robby, it simply isn't happening. Probably be many arrested but just can't be helped under the circumstances. I'll guesstimate 15,000 +
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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #30: Jul 20, 2020 11:03:50 pm
      Play like champions, beat Chelsea, and lift the trophy, that will do for me.
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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #31: Jul 20, 2020 11:19:03 pm
      Play like champions, beat Chelsea, and lift the trophy, that will do for me.


      Hopefully David. Ill be a scouser come 8.15pm wednesday.  ;D With Wolves winning tonite if Liverpool win then Chavs final game will be worth a  watch against Wolves.  ;D
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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #32: Jul 21, 2020 08:06:14 am
      Club, SofS and Liverpool City Council with joint statement asking people to not gather at Anfield.

      Merseyside Police is working with Liverpool FC, Liverpool City Council and Spirit of Shankly ahead of this week's game against Chelsea at Anfield. Together we are urging fans to watch the game at home and keep themselves, their families, friends and neighbours safe.

      The game is the final Liverpool FC home match of the season, and kicks off behind closed doors at Anfield at 8.15pm BST on Wednesday (July 22), following which the Premier League trophy will be lifted.

      Assistant chief constable Natalie Perischine said: “This is such an important night for all Liverpool fans in the city and worldwide, with the Premier League trophy to be lifted inside the stadium. The club and TV companies have made careful preparations to ensure that millions of people can enjoy these special moments on screen, in the comfort of their homes.

      “On this occasion, the best seat in the house is in your living room. There is simply no benefit to going to the ground and we as a city cannot afford for people to gather in large numbers.

      “We are all still in unprecedented times due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the last thing anyone wants is a resurgence of cases in Merseyside, with every life lost a tragedy. The last thing anyone wants is for all Merseyside’s patience and selflessness to unravel and for lockdown measures to be reintroduced, as we have seen in other areas.”

      Matt Ashton, director of public health at Liverpool City Council, said: “This week, Liverpool Football Club will celebrate their magnificent achievements in what has undoubtedly been a standout but strange season. We know fans will be eager to celebrate Liverpool FC lifting the Premier League trophy but they need to do this responsibly. The coronavirus is still in circulation within our communities so it is vital that we continue to avoid large gatherings, to protect each other, our families and the NHS. The threat of a second lockdown is very real. Fortunately, the trophy ceremony is free to watch on TV. Hopefully the city will be able to mark this achievement more publicly in the near future. Until then, avoid any big crowds and enjoy the Reds being crowned Premier League champions.”

      Joe Blott, chair of Spirit of Shankly, said: “This week Jordan Henderson will finally lift the Premier League trophy. Spirit of Shankly wish to congratulate him, the team, and Jürgen Klopp and his management team on this fantastic achievement.

      “I desperately want to see the trophy lift and I understand how hard and frustrating it is to stay away from Anfield but I also know it is one of the most deprived areas in Europe with significant health inequalities. The overwhelming majority of fans have so far heeded public health advice and I hope supporters will continue to stay at home and not put themselves or others at risk unnecessarily.”

      Peter Moore, chief executive officer of Liverpool FC, said: “Our priority remains on the health and wellbeing of our people, the local community and supporters.

      “We know that winning the Premier League is bringing joy to fans during these challenging times but it’s critical that we all get behind the city’s public health advice to keep Liverpool safe.

      “The Premier League trophy presentation will be happening inside the stadium and, contrary to reports, nothing is happening outside of the stadium. When the time is right, we will all come together to celebrate but, for now, we are asking fans to keep themselves and their families safe by celebrating at home.”

      ACC Perischine continued: “As with any normal match, a comprehensive and appropriate policing operation has been put in place ahead of Wednesday’s game. We’ll have officers on duty at the ground and surrounding area and they will be supported by specialist resources including the Dog Section and mounted police. We will also have a wider city policing plan in place throughout the night, which is standard procedure.

      “We will also have additional measures we can introduce if necessary, including road management and Dispersal Orders, and this is again to ensure that people are kept safe and discouraged from the risks of gathering.

      “Unfortunately, as we have seen throughout the lockdown period, members of the public haven’t adhered to the regulations in place. But this is our opportunity to all show the rest of the country, and the world, why this city is revered for its ability to come together in challenging times and do the right thing.”


      Will fall on deaf ears, beaches have been packed out for months, pubs and restaurants are back open, packed planes are taking people on holiday. People aren't not going to celebrate the first title in 30 years, especially during the current non-existent phase of the lockdown. 3 months ago I think people probably would, but certainly not now
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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #33: Jul 21, 2020 08:49:13 am
      Hopefully David. Ill be a scouser come 8.15pm wednesday.  ;D With Wolves winning tonite if Liverpool win then Chavs final game will be worth a  watch against Wolves.  ;D

      careful, it might finally stick ;-)
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      Reply #34: Jul 21, 2020 08:51:41 am
      Will fall on deaf ears, beaches have been packed out for months, pubs and restaurants are back open, packed planes are taking people on holiday. People aren't not going to celebrate the first title in 30 years, especially during the current non-existent phase of the lockdown. 3 months ago I think people probably would, but certainly not now

      Yes where is the surge in cases from those crowded beaches, I thought it was supposed to be a disaster. The truth is that its probably is more or less safe these days but everyone needs to still be careful and vigilant, but there is sod all chance of that happening tonight.
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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #35: Jul 21, 2020 09:58:25 am
      I just hope that the knuckle draggers don't let us down yet again. The Press has had enough opportunities to knock us over the years. Let's not give them yet another chance. I am so proud of my team, but not so much all of the supporters. (Yes, I know the idiots  are only a very small portion of the supporters, but as they say "a bad apple in the barrel rots the rest.")

      We are the Champions..........(I've waited thirty years to be able to say that. Only seen it fifteen times in total.)
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      Reply #36: Jul 21, 2020 10:28:54 am
      I just hope that the knuckle draggers don't let us down yet again. The Press has had enough opportunities to knock us over the years. Let's not give them yet another chance. I am so proud of my team, but not so much all of the supporters. (Yes, I know the idiots  are only a very small portion of the supporters, but as they say "a bad apple in the barrel rots the rest.")

      We are the Champions..........(I've waited thirty years to be able to say that. Only seen it fifteen times in total.)

      Biggest worry is dickheads bringing fireworks. Flares and smoke grenades are on the whole safe and add to the atmosphere but fireworks are a recipe for disaster. Worst thing I saw from that Pier Head carryon the other week wasn't the Liverbuilding on fire it was a video of the stray firework (fired by the same dickhead) which came about half a foot away from hitting a crowd of people at 100 odd MPH
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      Reply #37: Jul 21, 2020 10:49:35 am
      Biggest worry is dickheads bringing fireworks. Flares and smoke grenades are on the whole safe and add to the atmosphere but fireworks are a recipe for disaster. Worst thing I saw from that Pier Head carryon the other week wasn't the Liverbuilding on fire it was a video of the stray firework (fired by the same dickhead) which came about half a foot away from hitting a crowd of people at 100 odd MPH

      Chances are the next day's papers will be full of the minority setting of the fireworks along with the flares.
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      Reply #38: Jul 21, 2020 10:53:58 am
      Chances are the next day's papers will be full of the minority setting of the fireworks along with the flares.

      The only fireworks we want to see, are on the pitch, with the ball flying into the Chelsea goal.
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      Reply #39: Jul 21, 2020 12:26:52 pm
      The only fireworks we want to see, are on the pitch, with the ball flying into the Chelsea goal.

      Music to my ears.  ;D
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      Reply #40: Jul 21, 2020 01:52:11 pm
      Hopefully David. Ill be a scouser come 8.15pm wednesday.  ;D With Wolves winning tonite if Liverpool win then Chavs final game will be worth a  watch against Wolves.  ;D

      As good as an admission that.
      Welcome aboard, Keith.
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      Reply #41: Jul 21, 2020 03:36:56 pm
      As good as an admission that.
      Welcome aboard, Keith.

       Very rare I post in match threads but since we're both on the same side  ;D probably will  ;D

      IKWT  ;D
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      Re: Champions of England v Chelsea - Wednesday 22nd July - 20.15 GMT KO
      Reply #42: Jul 21, 2020 04:56:56 pm
      Biggest worry is dickheads bringing fireworks. Flares and smoke grenades are on the whole safe and add to the atmosphere but fireworks are a recipe for disaster. Worst thing I saw from that Pier Head carryon the other week wasn't the Liverbuilding on fire it was a video of the stray firework (fired by the same dickhead) which came about half a foot away from hitting a crowd of people at 100 odd MPH

      Watching Klopp in today's presser with Merseyside Police. I get the impression that they are all saying the requisite things but it's kind of understood people are going to do what they want to do, as largely has been happening in many places. People either don't believe what the scientists are saying or they just don't care.
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      Reply #43: Jul 21, 2020 05:12:31 pm
      Gutted that jurgen won't be a sub tomorrow night
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      Reply #44: Jul 21, 2020 06:18:02 pm
      Watching Klopp in today's presser with Merseyside Police. I get the impression that they are all saying the requisite things but it's kind of understood people are going to do what they want to do, as largely has been happening in many places. People either don't believe what the scientists are saying or they just don't care.


      If Merseyside police stand by what their saying  there will be over 10,000 arrest.  ;D Obviously just scare mongering tactics.  :lmao: Like I've said before impossible to police and  hard to condemn ( even though wrong ) those wanting to go too the ground and celebrate.
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      Reply #45: Jul 21, 2020 06:58:10 pm
      Hopefully Salah manages to start sticking the ball in the net again. 2 goals in the last 5 or 6 games is pretty poor for him, especially when you take into account them 2 goals came in the same game.

      Saying that, hopefully we can keep the ball out of our own net too.
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      Reply #46: Jul 21, 2020 07:13:51 pm


      Saying that, hopefully we can keep the ball out of our own net too.

      I'm hoping WE can too  :D
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      Reply #47: Jul 21, 2020 07:41:58 pm
      Very rare I post in match threads but since we're both on the same side  ;D probably will  ;D

      IKWT  ;D
      I see you’ve nailed your colours to the mast Keith ?.....good lad🤣.
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      Reply #48: Jul 21, 2020 08:07:18 pm
      I see you’ve nailed your colours to the mast Keith ?.....good lad🤣.

      For 90 mins and isn't it laa or lar   ;D
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      Reply #49: Jul 21, 2020 08:34:40 pm
      I would love us to properly 'win' this tomoz, I know its gonna be impossible for the crowd not to gather, so enjoy safely peeps, if your not too pissed

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