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Truered

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    25.05.05 what a day....
  • Birthday 25/11/1968

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  1. Truered

    Favourite Sportsmen/women Of All Time

    Athletics - Ed Moses American Football - Marcus Allen Baseball - Orel Hershiser Basketball - Magic Johnson Boxing - Roberto Duran Cricket - Sanil Gavaskar Darts - John Lowe Formula One - Nikki Lauda Golf - John Daly Ice Hockey - Wayne Gretzy Rugby - Jona Lomu Snooker - Jimmy White Tennis - Jimmy Connors
  2. Truered

    Sky sports post match coverage

    Is there a link to that?
  3. Truered

    Summer Issue - Dave?

    Did it last year, surely could do it again maybe? Would be a best seller....
  4. Truered

    Moment of the season 19/20

    Wolves away that was the 1 game we played all season where I thought we actually would get beat ( I know we lost to Watford but that was a complete surprise) That was such a hard game but we did it and at end could tell players had played hardest game of year and still won.... That and Leicester away
  5. Liverpool FC would like to update season ticket holders while the remaining Premier League fixtures for this season remain suspended indefinitely. Until there is clarity around the fixture schedule, we have suspended the upcoming season ticket renewal process. We will continue to monitor the situation, and a new period of renewal will be put in place once there is confirmation of the start date of the 2020-21 season. Season ticket holders will be contacted directly to advise them of the new deadline and provide as much notice as possible. Prices for general admission season tickets will be frozen for the 2020-21 season, and we will be in touch with supporters once these go on sale. We fully support the collective intent of Premier League clubs to complete all fixtures in the 2019-20 season. Should all remaining fixtures go ahead as normal, all season tickets and match-by-match tickets will remain valid for the rearranged date. In the event that the remaining 2019-20 home games cannot be played in front of supporters, we will provide either a refund for the equivalent value of the remaining home games to all season ticket holders and hospitality members, or the pro-rata value of the individual affected home matches as credit against their 2020-21 season ticket. This rebate or refund will also be applicable to all official Members, general admission supporters and matchday hospitality ticket holders who have purchased for the affected games in the 2019-20 season. These supporters will be contacted individually via email to provide further information on the refund process. As the situation continues to evolve, we will continue to keep supporters updated with any developments relating to the current season and the 2020-21 season. We would like to thank our supporters for their understanding and patience during this challenging time. Our thoughts are with you all at this time and we hope all our supporters are staying safe and at home.
  6. Thanks Dave, ordered. Going on holiday 1st August will it maybe be ready before that?
  7. Truered

    Saturday 3pm KO

    So out of are first 7 games 6 changed for TV at various times Friday/Saturday/Sunday. Only Southampton away still at 3pm on Saturday. Would have been nice to have a 3pm KO at Anfield August/September guess success means we are featured more but do miss the Saturday afternoon games....
  8. BBC going to show super bowl and all 3 London games live this year. Plus a highlights show, about time..
  9. Truered

    Lucas wants out? Good for him.

    Be sad to see him go, but I think Emre can do that job better
  10. Truered

    The Atomic bombing of Nagasaki

    Visited Japan this year and spend a few days in Hiroshima. Went to the peace museum and piece park, museum was graphic in its story telling of the consequences of the bomb the dead, injured (both then and in future years) and life afterwards. The devastation caused was horrific kids just burnt to a crisp other photos showing charred bodies both alive and dead. I had told my 10 year old about what happened before we went so he had an idea of what he was about to see, young people have such different perspectives on this, he wrote in comments book at end 'so why did you bomb pearl harbour'.. As part of trip also spoke to some survivors who told shocking stories about that day and the horrors, but none blamed USA for it. Even seeing what I saw there I still think it was the right thing to do, I have seen nothing that would convince me the Japanese would have surrendered quickly, the loss of life on both sides from an Invasion would be too costly
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    Best age to take your kid to first match?

    Took son when 6 to pre-season friendly Bayer Leverkuesen I think, my daughter when 6 plus him to Dortmund last season, best to start them off on friendlies and see how they get on. It worked as went To Leicester NYD 2-2 game we were right behind goal were Gerrard got both penalties so they liked that even if final score not exactly happy one. Are there no home pre season friendlies this year?
  12. Martin Scorsese - raging Bull Jack Nicholson - one flew over cuckoo nest Richard Attenborough - Gandhi
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