All the best at @stpatsfc, Vitezslav 💪
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) February 3, 2021
Liverpool goalie Vitezslav Jaros on loan for Dublin team.
They won’t have to sign a big Czech.
I’ll get me gloves.
A glove supreme.
You know you’ve arrived as a footballer when the fans make up their own terrace chant for you.
And that’s just what Liverpool supporter Kev Wright has done for LFC goalkeeper and proud Cork man Caoimhin Kelleher.
The 22-year-old Irishman has impressed in recent weeks with his composed performances between the sticks in the Premier League and Champions League.
Now Wright has uploaded to his YouTube channel a re-worked version of the traditional ballad The Wild Rover, often associated with The Dubliners.
Nick says: You’ll never sing alone.
Last year our @trentaa98 mural celebrated a local hero who had won the European Cup & for a brilliant cause.
This time we can’t enjoy it together so we’re celebrating The Champions in your city…
Belfast was first. Then you asked for Dublin ☘️
Where next…? 🏆 pic.twitter.com/I60NbPTiRP
— The Anfield Wrap (@TheAnfieldWrap) October 1, 2020
Only YOU can decide.
Will O’Connell writes:
What’s going on above me for the last 20 mins or so? Small plane from Liverpool. Surveying lockdown compliance? Spying? Hope everything OK up there. That’s a lot of fuel to waste…
Peter Hooton (left and) Simon Hughes in Dublin This morning: Peter’s book There She Goes (top)
‘There She Goes’
At BelloBar, 1 Portobello Harbour Dublin 8.
Simon Conway writes:
Join us for this intimate evening of conversation where award-winning writer and Liverpudlian Simon Hughes talks to Peter Hooton (The Farm) about his latest book, There She Goes, a history of Liverpool between 1979 and 1993.
Doors are at 7pm, tickets available at door as well as online and the conversation starts at 7.30pm
We have a PAIR (yes, two) free tickets for a Broadsheet reader in a scousestanding giveaway.
To enter, answer this question (first out of the hat wins):
What Liverpudlian group had a hit with a song of the same title as Peter’s Book?
Lines MUST close at
2.30pm 3pm 4pm.
You’ll Never Walk Alone.
A special version of the standard, adopted by Liverpool FC fans and beloved of Bertie Blenkinsop, in aid of Seán Cox, the 54 year-old father of three who was left with life-changing injuries after an attack before a Champions League semi-final in Anfield in April 2018.
Via Central Entertainment:
A group of musicians from Seán’s hometown of Dunboyne, County Meath, have come together to produce a rendition of Liverpool fan’s favourite ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ for release by Dolphin Records.
All proceeds from the charity single will be donated to the Seán Cox Rehabilitation Trust which was established to raise much-needed funds for Seán’s future care.
Kelleher might make his @lfc debut on Saturday.
— Charles Joseph (@chasjoseph) August 16, 2019
Caoimhin Kelleher could make his Premier League debut for Liverpool against Southampton tomorrow….
Reds boss Jurgen Klopp revealed Spaniard Adrian was hurt when a pitch invader landed on his ankle during the post-match celebrations in Istanbul.
With first-choice Allison already sidelined, should Adrian also be ruled out [Cork-born] Kelleher may get the nod to start his first competitive match for the Reds….
Further to Liverpool’s astonishing four goal Champions League victory over Barcelona last night.
Johnny Keenan writes;
Cork’s biggest Liverpool fan Kevin Murphy aka Richy Sheehy came to world wide recognition last year with his viral hit ‘Salah’.
A one off never to be achieved again, we thought.
UNTIL last night when the genius came up [on US sports site Bleacher Report] with what can only be described as divine inspiration.
With the melody of ABBA’s Dancing Queen, Richie prophetically warbles: ‘We’re going to beat Messi/by more than three/in the Champions League…’
Thanks to the possibility of Kevin been able to tune in to another dimension for fortuitous inspiration, Liverpool have got to another Champions League final and their first premiership title in 31 years now also seems possible.
Previously: May God Have Mersey On His Soul
President Higgins speaks of #Irish and his own family ties with the U.K., his fondness for #Liverpool “the most Irish of British cities” and his delight at being back in the Liverpool Irish Centre. @LiverpoolIC 🇮🇪🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/PjOziLzbay
— Embassy of Ireland (@IrelandEmbGB) February 13, 2019
Eileen Walsh originally from County Cavan and living in Liverpool since 1951, meets president Higgins and Sabina.
Is é seo an tríú cuairt ag an Uachtarán ar Learpholl; cathair ar thug an tUachtarán "an ceann is Gaelaí de chathracha na Breataine" uirthi in 2012.
— President of Ireland (@PresidentIRL) February 13, 2019
Easy for him to say.
Being bilingual and all.
Temple Bar, Dublin
Liverpool FC-supporting tykes gather ahead of their team’s friendly match against Napoli at the Aviva Stadium.
From top: Jack (left) and Lacey Turner; from left: Jacob Slazak, Charlie Kelly and Oscar Korpolinski. Permission granted.
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