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My Captain

Steven Gerrard billboard

Supporting a football club is an act of faith. You believe in the club, often despite plenty of evidence to suggest you shouldn’t. You trust the club with your happiness every weekend, often despite many a miserable Saturday or Sunday night. You hope that your club will improve, will succeed, will reward your faith. Read the rest of this entry »

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A few words about Steven Gerrard, football, etc

Winning is one thing. How you go about it is quite another. Read the rest of this entry »

Comfort food

McCall's Magazine Cover, family arriving in kitchen, gathering around foodI guess we all have comfort foods, those meals or snacks that we return to when we’re not feeling good, or need soothing and calming. Trying to look at it objectively, it seems a little odd for us to turn to what is essentially fuel. Why would we seek solace there? I guess it is because food is so wrapped up in our everyday experiences and our memories. Our days are framed around meals. So, if that framework is nice and familiar, it will hopefully offer some comfort. Read the rest of this entry »

Liverpool 3 Manchester United 1: A match report, of sorts

A wonderful day’s football for me yesterday, as Liverpool thoroughly trounced their rivals Manchester United. It is all the sweeter that United have lived up to their reputation of being poor, undignified losers, with their manager Alex Ferguson imposing a press blackout (even including their own in-house channel) and reports of considerable upset from the United camp over the referee’s performance. Read the rest of this entry »

Return of the King

Kenny DalglishFootball post time! Interesting times at Liverpool this weekend, as beleaguered manager Roy Hodgson was removed and replaced by Kenny Dalglish. As a Liverpool supporter I couldn’t help but feel excited at seeing a club legend, one of Liverpool’s greatest players and managers, back in charge. Read the rest of this entry »