Liverpool, as any football fan will know, have a club motto. -You’ll Never Walk Alone-. It’s inscribed on the badge, just above the famous Liver bird. There’s something of that spirit in every football fan. And there’s something of it in the fierce pride with which devotees of both the Red Devils and the Anfield lads guard their souvenirs. Liverpool memorabilia is Steven Gerrard, yes, and Dirk Kuuyt: but it’s also Kenny Daglish. Bruce Grobelaar. The cup winning sides of the 80s and 90s. Manchester United memorabilia, too, is way more than just Wayne Rooney and recent success. The barnstorming teams of the late 80s, and most of the 90s – the teams that put Alex Ferguson at the centre of the footballing universe, the most famous British manager who ever drew breath. These things are all, for the fans of these two historic clubs, caught right up in the things that they have on their walls, the signed photos, the signed shirts, the match day programmes. As prized as any original libretto, these relics from the glory days of the game described as -working man’s ballet-.
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