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Liverpool Tube: This Is Why Even The Neutral Fans Love Them!

Other than the Manchester United and Everton faithful’s, it’s hard to see neutral fans expressing a sense of hatred towards Liverpool and their fans. Although they receive their fair share of ridicule from other fans, people respect them for their loyalty and passion towards their club despite their woeful results in the recent past.

Liverpool took on A-league side Melbourne Victory on Wednesday as a part of their preparation for the upcoming campaign, which saw a capacity crowd at the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground. And what’s more fasicanting was to see a better version of Liverpool’s ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ song being sung by the Aussie crowd, an atmosphere which was exactly what you would get at Anfield and in fact better than that. 17,000kms away from Anfield and to see such an atmosphere just for a friendly was really blissful even for the neutrals.

Reported by the Australian press,

The crowd was the biggest Liverpool had ever played before despite dominating the world game in the 1980s and playing at some of the biggest stadiums in the world.

More than 10,000 overseas and interstate tourists were among the delighted crowd that transformed the MCG into Reds heaven as the game drew an average national audience of 790,000 viewers, peaking at 1.106million.

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