Articles By: Deepak

/ November 9, 2014 13:06

Fan Singing His Own Liverpool Song in Punjabi

Tweet The love for Liverpool FC is something which runs deeply and reaches fans across the world. Whether it’s travelling thousands of miles to follow the Redmen, or meeting former Legends or proudly wearing the famous red shirt, following the Mighty Reds is quite simply a way of life. The following clip highlights this. What would appear to be a […]

/ August 21, 2014 11:57

23 Foundation Shows Support for GB Team’s Tony Mitchell

Tweet Jamie Carragher’s 23 Foundation showed their support for local Liverpool footballer Tony Mitchell who will now represent GB Team at the Amputee World Cup in Mexico later this year. Jens Skaara pictured here on the left (for his large donation) with Tony Mitchell and Jamie Carragher. Together they managed to raise £2000 to send Tony Mitchell to Mexico to play […]

/ July 24, 2014 22:07

An Evening Q & A With Bruce Grobbelaar

Tweet “Well I’m rapping now, I’m rapping for fun, I’m your goalie, the number one. You can take the mick, don’t call me a clown. Any more lip and you’re going down…” Anfield Rap Classic lyrics from a golden era that will hit a chord with many Reds growing up on Liverpool in the 80’s. How can we forget those lyrics and how […]

/ June 3, 2014 19:11

Jamie Carragher Opens Academy In India

Tweet The very first Liverpool International Football Academy in India was officially opened this week and on hand was a former Academy graduate and Liverpool Legend Jamie Carragher.  The Academy in partnership with DSK Shivajians FC which is based in Pune, and set over 20 acres, boasts two full-size pitches, a 4G synthetic pitch, swimming pool and 840 rooms will prepare 64 students […]

/ April 21, 2014 17:15

Carragher Shows Support For Hillsborough Song ’96 Lives’

Tweet The venue was the iconic Cavern Club in Liverpool and Jamie Carragher was present at the launch of a Hillsborough song called ’96 Lives’ with singer-songwriter Christan Slawinski. Slawinski, who wrote the song as a tribute to the 96 who lost their lives on  15th April 1989, was only seven at the time of the tragedy. Speaking to Sky Sports Christan said: “It […]

/ April 15, 2014 08:50

96 Reds Never Forgotten

Tweet On the 15th April 1989, 25 years ago, 96 Liverpool fans travelled to watch their beloved Reds play Nottingham Forest in the semi-final of the FA Cup – they did not return. They are never forgotten and will always remain in our minds and hearts. In Memory Of The 96  John Alfred Anderson (62) Colin Mark Ashcroft (19) James Gary […]