Hillsborough: The Sun Shines Now

Hillsborough: The Sun Shines Now

I DIDN’T want to write about Hillsborough this week. I’ve found the right words in short supply. How can you ever do the 96 JUSTICE? But, equally, how can you write about football during such a momentous, emotional week? Never have I felt the build up so low key...

GIG OF THE WEEK – JUSTICE TONIGHT TOUR

THIS week’s gig of the week is actually a tour, or, as Pete Wylie is calling it, “the only tour that matters”. The ‘Justice Tonight’ tour comes off the back of a very successful one-off gig at the Olympia which jointly benefitted the Hillsborough Justice Campaign and...

INTERVIEW: THE TEA STREET BAND

NEIL CONDRON interviews THE TEA STREET BAND for The Anfield Wrap. WHILE the rain poured down on most of the country this summer, a solitary ray of Balearic sunshine was warming parts of Liverpool and bringing some of its favourite sons back out from the shade. Formed...

Justice, My Arse

£330,000. By Peter Carney, March 2001 LAST Thursday an ex South Yorkshire policeman, Mathew Long, was awarded £330,000 for the suffering he has been caused by late onset Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I don’t know the full details of the role this man played on the...

The Number 37

WHAT I’m about to write is true. In 1996, the night before a big audition, I had a dream. It was a Thursday night I think. THIRTY SEVEN, THIRTY SEVEN, THIRTY SEVEN, THIRTY SEVEN, THIRTY SEVEN, that’s all I could remember of this dream. The Number 37, that’s all it...
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