Posts Tagged ‘Red All Over The Land’

I’m looking forward to Thursday (18th April). The wonderful John Pearman, the editor of the Liverpool Fanzine ‘Red All Over The Land’, has invited me to host a great night at Longcliffe Golf Club in Loughborough. John was heavily involved with local football teams in the East Midlands, including Thorpe Acre, in the 1960’s and […]


I was asked to write a guest editorial for the excellent Liverpool fanzine, Red All Over The Land. It turned out to be the Derby Day edition, I hope you like it. If you want more information about Red All Over The Land or want to subscribe, click here; http://redallovertheland.com/ My dream was to play […]


This Craic appears in issue 220 of the Liverpool fanzine, Red All Over The Land. I have to admit that when John Pearman, the editor of Red All Over The Land asked me to review a new Beatles book for the fanzine, I was expecting something a bit lighter. I don’t mean the content, I […]


Walking Alone.

06Oct14

The long term survival of a species depends on good genes being handed down through generations. Unfortunately true Liverpool Fans are on the endangered list. For years fledgling supporters were introduced to the club by more experienced fans. They went to their first game with family members or older friends who taught them the songs […]


Chemical Boros

25Sep14

Going to a football match is a completely different experience to watching it on television. The main difference is when you’re at the match, the commentary is better. Seeing Liverpool play Middlesbrough on the telly this week reminded me of the last time I watched a Liverpool v Middlesbrough game at Anfield. We were on […]