AFTER salivating over Suarez and dismissing Downing as a £20million left back, it’s time for The Anfield Wrap to take to the field at this year’s HJC Cup.
The HJC Cup is a five-a-side tournament open to anyone who wishes to play football and raise funds for a very important cause. The Hillsborough Justice Campaign has been fighting for justice since 1989; justice for the 96 who died at Hillsborough, as well as the bereveaed families and survivors of the tragedy.
In The Anfield Wrap’s inagurual year, host Neil Atkinson is joined by site regulars Kristian Walsh, Steve Graves, Sean Rogers and Phil Blundell. It’s time for them to put up or shut up.
The tournament, which starts at 1pm on Saturday, May 12, will be split into two knockout tournaments, allowing plenty of football to be played.
The address is: PlayFootball, Drummond Road, Crosby, L23 9YP.
Entry is open to all. If you can’t register a team but still want to play, e-mail [email protected] and they will find a team.
Team captains must collect entry money and register their teams. For the winners, specially commissioned HJC Cup and medals will be presented, as well as medals for the winners of the second tournament.
If you wish to enter a team, e-mail [email protected] with your team name, name and contact details. Once contact has been received, a reply will be sent to confirm your team’s place. The cost is £100 per squad, with squads of up to eight players maximum allowed.
Cash on the day is acceptable, and is to be paid at registration at the front desk before 12pm.
If you want to raise money for a worthy cause and mock The Anfield Wrap’s playing ability, get entering.
Alternatively, the complex is open until 6pm with food and drink available, so those who wish to cheer on TAW – or boo and berate their every touch – should also come down.
If you require any more information over Twitter, tweet @DebiHJC.