Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Extra meaning for me at 3:36 in this video

Easing off my anti-Berlusconi rants a bit, it's time to re-focus our energies as this friggin' international break is about to pass. To help bring things back to where Colin and I prefer them, check out the BBC tagging along with Arsenal for their away visit to Anfield to close the 1964 season. Liverpool clinches the League – for the first time since Shankly helped them get promoted from the Second Division – on the season's final day with victory over the Gunners.

BBC Commentator: "In an hour, Liverpool scored five goals and could have scored more. Their poor, sacrificial victims were Arsenal – southerners."

Anyway, that video is as close as we can get to having a flux capacitor and going back to see it live and in the flesh.

OK, almost back to club football here. Just gotta hang on for a few more days.

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