The biggest game in our recent history takes place in Kiev. Something tells me nerves will be all over the place but we’re trying to cope. When I update this website next I hope it will be as a Champion of Europe.
I’m in the process of trying to spread the word about RED ALL OVER THE LAND to try and increase the numbers of subscribers. I’ve published a digital newsletter which I hope to follow up once the European final is out the way and already the tension is building.
Some current subscribers will have already received this and hopefully via the digital world all of our subscribers will now see it. It will go around the globe via twitter and although I’ve tried this before maybe now is the right time to bring it back. It’s also free.
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Top four belatedly secured and another superb home show. Salah broke another record, picked up more awards and of course scored another goal – drought over. Great to see Dom Solanke and Andy Robertson get on the scoresheet and Lovren’s header could have broken the net. Great day, nice walk in the sunshine for the players and their families and as far as the league’s concerned, job done.