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Thursday, 30 December 2010

image for Roy Hodgson: "You'll Never Walk Alone!" Roy Hodgson:

This WAS Anfield, Liverpool: Arise the Kop at Anfield, for the singing of the Scouse national Anthem:

"When you walk through the storm (Roy Hodgson's Liverpool FC in the bottom half of the Premier League)

Hold your head up high (Roy Hodgson standing on the touch line trying to fathom out the formations)

And don't be afraid of the dark (booing Scouse fans calling for Roy Hodgson to depart)

At the end of the storm (the wall of boos from the Kop to Roy Hodgson)

There's a golden sky (Roy Hodgson telling the Scouse fans that they aren't supporting their team)

And the sweet silver song of the lark (Scouse wit from the Kop, telling Roy Hodgson to depart)


Walk on, through the wind (Roy Hodgson walking out the Shankley Gates)

Walk on, through the rain (Roy Hodgson walking past Everton Football Club)

Though your dreams be tossed and blown (Roy Hodgson being disregarded by other Football Clubs)

Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart (Roy Hodgson hoping to walk to another Football Club)

And you'll never walk alone (Roy Hodgson being waved 'Goodbye' by the Kop)

You'll never walk alone (Roy Hodgson being waved 'Goodbye' by the whole of Anfield)


Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart (Roy Hodgson walking to another Football Club)

And you'll never walk alone (Roy Hodgson being waved 'Goodbye' by the Kop)

You'll never walk alone (Roy Hodgson being waved 'Goodbye' by the whole of Anfield)"


Here are the comments of a jovial, friendly, sporting Scouser that the BBC keep telling us about. "Always give the opposing goalkeeper a good hand" and all that....

    "I was sitting in the Kop for the Blackpool game and was disgusted with the chanting back then. Ok where is the pride in backing your team, I've not been please with the tactics either and we are so sluggish to hit on the break. But it would help to have your 'supporters' behind you."

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