Blunders Revealed In Liverpool Team Photo

0607squad128080cd15oy7 Blunders Revealed In Liverpool Team PhotoFor your amusement, head on over to Anfield Online to read their critique of Liverpool’s 2006/2007 team photo. It seems the graphic designer from the Reds did a bit of a hatchet job, and the poor work is pretty easy to see (first click on the image to the right to see if you can see what the mistakes are before reading the article).A team photo used to be one of those August rituals. When I was a boy, I remember posting one on my bedroom wall. Over 25 years later, I can still vividly remember the poster!If this is your first visit to the EPL Talk Blog, be sure to visit the EPL Talk Podcast (where we feature interviews with soccer celebrities including Ronnie Whelan), the EPL Talk Community (message forums, downloads, blogs and more) plus the EPL Talk Magazine (free online magazine for die-hard fans such as yourself). In the meantime, be sure to visit this EPL Talk Blog each day for the latest news, insight and observations about the Premiership.


13 thoughts on “Blunders Revealed In Liverpool Team Photo”

  1. Be careful, gaffer – the reds fans are extremely touchy as you saw the other day….

    Have any of them volunteered to get you a ticket for the ‘meaningless’ CL qualifier vs PSV yet?

  2. The game against PSV is meaningless as Liverpool have already qualified for the knock out stages – unlike the other British representatives.

  3. Taken from Liverpool’s website with regards to the PSV game:

    “A further selling announcement will be made should there be any tickets remaining after these sales.”

    Also, the reason why priorty is given to fans that have been to previous home Champions League games:

    “Priority for future home matches of the UEFA Champions League will be given to Season Ticket Holders and Fancard Holders who have purchased tickets for the earlier home group stage matches.”

  4. Very funny. For me, there’s nothing more humiliating than losing to Harchester United(pardon, Southend)in the Carling Cup, with Rooney and Ronaldo in the line-up. There’s a bigger chance of aliens landing outside the White House than United winning the EPL title.

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