With London calling for our first final in too long, TAW thought it was an ideal chance to showcase some of the banners that have been made up ready for our first trip to Wembley as well as some from our recent history from around the globe as well as a few old favourites.
We’ll start with our top 5 with the rest in no particular order with credit to the creators in the captions.
Thanks again for all your entries
*Click on the banners to open them in a new window
**Unfortunately, we couldn’t get a decent photo of ‘This is a sheet’ so if anyone has got one, could you send it in, ta.
And our old favourite………
Who is Pete Price and what’s he done? That’s a great banner! :-D
Pete Price is some radio jock in Liverpool I think.
King Kenny’s Red Army was a solo effort that I did for the NSW Supporters Club. Turned out boss. Very proud of it.
martin skrtel shaves every day is one of the best i’ve seen
History will be kind to me for I intend to write it- Rafa Benitez
The ‘Fearless’ one gets my vote. Would love to see it about ten times bigger too. Great work James.
How about a “Daniel Taylor is a Cunt” banner?
Or a “David Maddock is a Cunt” banner?
Or a “[insert journalist here] is a Cunt” banner?
Could you please credit my cousin for the Pete Price flag? I’ve messaged both your accounts on twitter but not had a reply.
His name is Alan Dixon.
I’ll sort that out now Kev, nice one
Thanks fellas. Appreciated.
The ‘Hey Pepe! Fist Me!’ made me nearly double over with laughter.
I remember the Pete Price one being part of the ‘One night in Istanbul’ show. Funniest theatre so I’ve ever seen.
Too late to knock up a CHRIS BASCOMBE IS ALSO A CUNT banner?
Love the Moses one
However I think this season we will listen to Moses :)
Where do the San Francisco supporters watch matches?
Saw that Maggie banner on Wembley Way Sunday, just wondering what the co-ordinates are about? Presume it’s where she’s gonna be buried?
Our fans really do make the effort with the banners, some superb ones there Sunday. I loved the ‘Occupy Wembley’ banner, very witty, as was ‘The Anfield Cat is Ere’.