Host John Gibbons is joined by Charlie Christian, Kev Sampson and Neil Docking.
They get stuck into your hot topics, including where they see Liverpool in 5 years, the legacy of Graeme Souness, Rafa v Klopp and The new Kenny Dalglish Stand
All that and much much more
Click here to listen to a free clip of Kev Sampson talking about Kenny Dalglish and what he means to Liverpool
I got in a few hours after this Kenny stand news was released. I thought, that’s good. Nice gesture. With Phil’s piece from today fresh in my mind I thought ‘I’ll go on Twitter and see the reaction and I bet they’ll be cynicism from our fans’. It was all positive and when I reached Tony Evans tweeting it was good I closed down the page and accepted I’d been a bit cynical to expect cynicism.
Then after tea I listened to this and found some. What it is with us where every announcement has to be greeted with – ‘there’s an ulterior motive’. There probably is but who cares? Question, what’s better, The Centenary or the Kenny Dalglish stand? There you go. I wouldn’t be surprised if the suggestion came from Klopp. He seems to want to unite the players, the manager and fans. Obviously, he wants to address our collective mentality. I’ve felt for a long time he’s doing a lot of things which all play a small part in preparing us for becoming a giant again. Maybe it was FSG’s decision. Who cares? It’s a better name and adds a little to our identity.
Something that popped into my head. I agreed with a lot of what Kev Sampson said. It got me thinking, who are these quite cynical people we often see on Twitter or forums. Are they the old ones who know what it is to win everything and want it again or are they the young ones who’ve been brought up on tales but don’t feel part of it. I found some of the comments on this show psychology interesting. But then I put it to the test by thinking about other Liverpool fans and realised it’s just most of us. Age isn’t really a factor.
Bit disappointed to hear the criticism of the renaming in honour of Kenny. Not a cheap stunt at all. The man deserves this and more.
Anyone who doesn’t think the Kenny stand is a fantastic thing should take a good look at themself & ask why they consider themself to be a Liverpool supporter. Kenny is a legend both as a footballer & as a human being. We will never see the likes of him again, so make the most of him while we’ve got him. He deserves this more than anyone.
Memories playing ticks, Busst’s injury was at old Trafford not Highfield Road and it was more of a horrific collision/accident than a tackle. It was 21 years ago (8 April 1996) – now you feel old.