Liverpool got a full house at the weekend for a game that saw 45-year-old Bjorn Kvarme score against a bunch of washed up Germans…
But Manchester City can’t sell out an Etihad clash with our first-team in the Champions League quarterfinal.
According to the Echo, City have had to put tickets for the much anticipated clash on general sale – and they still have some left…
Obviously, we’ve sold out the away allocation, but the billionaires will once again be showing off the ‘Emptihad’ to the world.
It’s annoying, actually, as Liverpool regulars missed out on Anfield tickets due to an increased UEFA allocation.
But it simply means we have to give Liverpool the advantage of a ferocious crowd, while our opponents are not capable of providing their side the same.
The two legs in reality will define our season.
Here’s hoping Jurgen Klopp, the team and the fans do Liverpool proud.