David Gore

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I was born in 1983, in the Wirral, Merseyside. Unfortunately, that means my first memory of football, growing up supporting my family team, was the aftermath of the 1989 FA Cup semi final against Nottingham Forest. I was always destined to follow Liverpool, but I think that event forever changed the way I saw football, and Liverpool FC. For most of my childhood in the '90s, I craved success to little avail, until 2001 of course. I was 16, and Liverpool won a treble.

But even that couldn't compare to the day that Rafa gave us. 25th May, 2005. I hadn't slept for a week. One night I'd be kept awake with fears of seeing the boys despairing and Maldini lifting the European Cup, and other nights I'd fidget all night like a kid on Christmas Eve. I'd waited my whole footballing life for this moment, and at half time, it was all collapsing around me.

But then something happened. What it was, I don't need to say. We all know. But that was the moment I'd seen in my dreams since I was a confused 5 year old watching the saddest day in the club's history, and suddenly, everything felt like it had come together again at last.

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  • KabeeR Joshi posted 1573 days ago

    KabeeR Joshi

    hi mate, got a money vs history debate, have a look at it. cheers

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/451648-chelsea-fc-buy-history-in-their-last-attempt-to-slap-the-scousers-taunts

  • Brian Rhodes posted 1608 days ago

    Brian  Rhodes

    Take a look at this mate and let me know what you think. It's quite comprehensive and took a while to write.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/428171-the-football-league-championship-201011-season-preview

  • Jamie Ward posted 1696 days ago

    Jamie Ward

    Well done on the article fella, nearly 4000 reads already!

  • Nathan Lowe posted 1746 days ago

    Nathan Lowe

    Will you read this and openly insult it:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/363389-beckhams-dream-is-over-let-his-nightmare-end-too

  • Richard Bowler posted 1780 days ago

    Richard Bowler

    I thought you might like this article
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/342807-the-10-worst-sports-broadcasters-and-commentators

  • Barney Corkhill posted 1813 days ago

    Barney Corkhill

    Hey David,

    Alex's profile has been deleted now, along with his plagarised articles! If you need anything else, don't hesitate to ask!

    Barney

  • Barney Corkhill posted 1813 days ago

    Barney Corkhill

    Hi David,

    I've just seen that, it's not on at all. I'll let Dave Mo know so he can delete it, and possibly delete the guy's profile too if he has any history of plagarism. Thanks for the heads up!

    Barney

  • Barney Corkhill posted 1862 days ago

    Barney Corkhill

    Hey,

    Henry's handball has got the whole football world talking. What better time for another Great Debate? Should Henry have owned up? Is he a cheat? Should FIFA have allowed a replay? Have your say in the great debate!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/294359-the-great-debate-should-fifa-allow-ireland-vs-france-to-be-replayed

    Cheers,
    Barney

  • Salaar Shamsi posted 1868 days ago

    Salaar Shamsi

    Hey,

    The Bottom Corner corner again with a look at Michael Owen.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/290077-the-bottom-corner-has-michael-owen-answered-his-critics-yet

    Have a look,
    Thanks,
    SS

  • KabeeR Joshi posted 1916 days ago

    KabeeR Joshi

    Hey Dave, how r ya mate?

    I have tried linking the reason behind Liverpool's drought of league titles since 1990 with Nelson Mandela.

    It would be great if I could see you views on it, if you've got time.

    Thanks,
    Kabeer.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/262116-liverpool-special-jail-nelson-mandela-and-win-the-premier-league

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