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This is what we’ve been waiting for boys and girls.

 

just to let you know, my ashes will have a street value of half a mill at my cremation next week so turn up to Anfield crem with a straw. 

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This is one of the sweetest and most cherished of the lot. It means so much to so many and we had to wait so fucking long!!! Congrats to all who love the club. We deserve this moment. 

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Hard day at work in boiling heat today, but to finish this day as Champions, the hard graft was worth it.

 

My sister's and niece's birthdays forever etched in history.

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This really is one of the all-time great Liverpool sides. These players can stand alongside the class of 79 or 88 and not look out of place. It really is a joy and a privilege to watch them.

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It feels fucking amazing.....30 fucking years of waiting and frankly at times feeling like it was never going to happen again......

 

I'm so proud of this team - i love this club.

 

Thank you, Jurgen lad...

 

Thank you, redmen.

 

CHAMPIONS.

 

Drink it in, all....drink it fucking in.

 

 

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Like others have said when we last won it we took it a bit for granted after winning it so often. Also I had other things on my mind then - this Sunday my son turns 30!

I honestly think I’m enjoying this one more.
Enjoy all!

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7 minutes ago, Iceman said:

Sound of bird climbing back on perch. 

 

Fergie knocked us off ours.

 

We bazooka-ed them off theirs.

 

 

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