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  1. Hi Everyone, Tom Coleridge is a young lad from Warrington currently in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham recovering from a life threatning encounter with a bullet in Afghanistan. You can read more about his condition here. Tom's a huge Liverpool fan as you'll see from the link below and so in the spirit of YNWA it would be great if we could send him our best wishes and support as he continues the long road of recovery. If you can spare a minute to post a message on this thread I'll make sure he gets to see it. For more about Tom and to find out how you could help him please click
  2. Hi Spike, I know they've registered him with missingpeople.org as they're linked on the Google site. Other than what I've seen there and the Sussex Police report I don't know. The only person I've communicated with is Takeshi from the Japanese Supporters group. He's posted on the Facebook group here: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=123488147686084 Do you mind if I put him in touch with you for some tips?
  3. Bankoku Sasagawa, is a 43 yr old Architect and Liverpool supporter. He went missing at 5:30 p.m., May 12th 2010 after leaving his friend at the train station in Arundel, Sussex bound for London. His luggage has been left at his friends home. Sussex Police and the Met have been informed but so far no news about him has reached his friends or family. His brother in Japan is trying to find him and trying to get the message out in the UK. Bankoku's brother's name is Yugo Sasagawa: If you can pass this on or help in anyway: Tel (Japan): +81-42-337-1297 or u5ss@yahoo.co.jp or sasa-g (yu
  4. Many thanks for all the questions. I've passed them on to colleagues at LFC TV. Cheers, Matt
  5. Martin Broughton will shortly be answering fans questions in a special edition of 'The Big Interview' for LFC TV. If you would like to submit a question for the new Liverpool Football Club Chairman please email: questions@liverpoolfc.tv and include your name or alternatively, post your question on this forum. http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/lates...g-chelsea-game
  6. How would you like to inspire the squad ahead of Wednesday night’s crucial encounter with Tottenham Hotspur? Well, tonight on This is Anfield we give you that opportunity. Live at 10pm, LFC TV give you the fans a chance to lift the squad and deliver a unique team talk to drive us onto a Champions League finish this season. Put yourself in the manager’s shoes – it’s minutes before kick-off, what do you tell the players before they head onto the pitch? It’s been a season of struggles so far but now’s your chance to tell the players exactly how they can get back to winning ways. We have a hom
  7. Hi Everyone. Just to let you know that tickets for Liverpool FC v Wigan (16th December 2009) and Fiorentina (9th December) are now on general sale. Tickets are available on 0844 844 0844 - overseas 0044 870 220 2151. Members/Fancard holders can buy tickets from http://www0.liverpoolfc.talent-sport...oductHome.aspx or on 0844 844 0844 (overseas 0044 (0)870 220 2151). http://bit.ly/5qAgyq
  8. I'm hoping to be there after work, hopefully along with several others from .tv Owenthomas, is your brother in law Gary or Mark?
  9. Hi, Bill Shankly's bond with our supporters is the stuff of legend. There are countless stories of how he helped supporters and always had time for people. You may have seen an article on the Official site recently requesting those who had met Bill Shankly to get in touch? We're hoping to get as many of these stories together in one place, it's a way of ensuring they're not lost. If you know someone with a story to tell please ask them to get in touch. If you have a story to tell then we'd love you to share it with us. Please email shankly@liverpoolfc.tv with details of your stor
  10. On Thursday night, we're going to be filming a special edition of Press Box on LFC TV - where all the questions will come from supporters. If you've got something you'd like to ask our three guests from the media, this is your chance. Post your questions here and we'll try and get you the answers in the show. The three members of the media who will be in studio are: Tony Barrett, The Times Andy Hunter, The Guardian Rory Smith. The Telegraph It should be a good show. If you have any questions put them below and I'll give them to the Producer. Cheers
  11. http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/drilldown/N...090714-1002.htm
  12. What’s your favourite game of the eighties? That’s the subject of tonight’s Special 80’s themed This is Anfield as we turn back the clock to an era of domination at home and abroad as the Liverpool side of the decade steamrollered all before them. During the show we’ll take a look back on five of the best performances from the eighties, including the 5-0 demolition of Nottingham Forest and the 9-0 romp against Crystal Palace. Not only that, but we’ll remember a trio of derby wins that defined the era as Red and Blue battled for Merseyside domination. Also on the show, we’ll be talking ab
  13. Monday's 'Great Debate' on LFC TV asks which was the greatest LFC Game of the Seventies. We're asking for your thoughts on your favourite game from one of our greatest decades in the clubs history. From the drubbing of Newcastle in the '74 Cup Final to the drama of St Etienne there were goals and performances to savour. It was the decade the club began it's proud tradition of European success and won its first European Championship. Not to mention superb league victories such as the 7-0 annihilation of Spurs. Tommy Smith and Peter Hooton are the guests, with Matt Critchley and Claire Ro
  14. This is Anfield: Transfer Speculation There's a special 'This is Anfield' tonight on LFC TV. They're looking at the transfer window speculation so far and asking supporters whether they're happy with the players LFC have been linked with, or the rumoured departures? If there's a player you think the club should be in for, or one that you definitly don't want to see depart then tonight is your chance to have your say on LFC TV. They're taking calls from 8.30pm tonight on: 0845 234 4567. Jimmy Case and Historian Frank Carlisle will be in the studios giving their vie
  15. Did you travel away to watch Liverpool during the late seventies and early eighties? And if so, do you have any photographs or film footage of you and your fellow Reds from this time? LFC TV, the club’s official television channel, is in the process of making a new documentary about a group of Liverpudlians during this period and to assist us with our research we are on the lookout for any photographic or video evidence that may exist. It could be of supporters on their way to one of the many cup finals we contested between these years or perhaps off another continental jaunt. Alternative
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