Liverpool Fans Hang Up Motivational Banners at Melwood Training Ground

Mark Patterson@@MarkPattersonBRUK Staff WriterApril 18, 2014

A banner towed by a plane is seen above Liverpool's English Premier League soccer match against Manchester City at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, England, Sunday April 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Jon Super)
Jon Super

Liverpool's title bid continues with a match against Norwich at the weekend, and fans have been hanging up some motivational posters at the club's Melwood training ground to inspire the team.

The Reds are close to landing their first top-flight title in the Premier League era.

One message read: "Make us dream."

No pressure lads! ;) pic.twitter.com/TgmUQVU6au

— Anfield Online (@anfieldonline) April 18, 2014

If the 10 wins in a row haven't done that, then nothing will. 

Another read: "We go again."

This is what fans have put up at Melwood this morning :) pic.twitter.com/kxfpjHeMMw

— MostarLFC (@MostarLFC) April 18, 2014

What effect did it all have? If nothing else, manager Brendan Rodgers was moved to go and chat to the fans who had given their encouragement:

Class act by BR to go to speak to fans that put up "Make Us Dream" Banner at Melwood today. What a manager... pic.twitter.com/GDDTgoIe8x

— MostarLFC (@MostarLFC) April 18, 2014