Of course it's all about the football, but it's always been more than that to me. I can't even put it into words, but people who get it... that feeling, they know what I mean. I can actually time all the big events in me life by what LFC were doing. I get it all a bit mixed up from time to time. But I remember the highs and the lows... our first telly in the family, bought for The FA Cup final against Leeds, coming home from Heysel, what a horrible journey that was. So, LFC is sort of ingrained in me. I've turned me back on them a couple of times in the past, well, I've stopped going to games a couple of times. And I haven't been this season or last, but once it's in there's no stopping it. I'll get to a few games this season when I can, and I wouldn't swap me memories for anything. I had a belting time following the reds. I wouldn't change that.