Dannys bad performance against southampton, and his heroics against Manure were a great example or YNWA.
As the song says:
When you walk, through a storm
Hold your head, up high
This means that while bad things may be happening, keep your head up, look at the bright side and have faith
Cause at the end, of a storm
Theres a golden sky
Meaning that at the end of something bad, there will be something good. So whilst danny may have played bad against s'hampton, something good eventually came (against Manure)
Walk on, through the rain,
walk on, through the wind
Meaning that you have to just bear with the bad times, and just go through them. Danny played awful,we have to learn to just accept it, and get on with things, rather than do something we'll probably get (booing).
Think about it, when we're playing badly, thats when the team need our support the most. When playing well, the team could probably ride on momentum and their own success, which is when people mostly give support. But when playing bad, they need our support, to give them a lift, which is sadly, when some (not all) people decide not to give support and boo!!!
Yes i think liverpool played awful against southampton, and yes i was discusted. But me and treble2001, perhaps him more than me, were the only ones clapping in our section. Not many were booing, but hardly any were clapping.
As I said in another topic, most of the boo boys were the people who came to anfield for their only game of the year, and saw the team play rubbish, realises that they won't see the team play for another year, realised that the team didn't play well on the peoples only game of the year, so decided to boo. I mean, i don't get to anfield nowhere near as often as most liverpool fans do. I only get to about 6-8 games a season at the most, i think 8 was the most, and 2 was the least. So far this season, i've been 6 times. So i would certainly like to get to more games, but i'm only 14, still at school, and live 3-4 hours away, so theres not much can be done about it at the moment. But when i do manage to get to anfield, like i did against southampton, i never boo, i wouldn't dream of it. If we lost 5-0, the posession went 80% - 20% against us, we only had 2 shots on goal, none on target, only played one up front, only 8% of the game was in the final third, all the worst things that could happen, yes, i would be utterly discusted, but i wouldn't boo. I doubt, on an occasion like that, that i would clap either, but i wouln't boo.
The reason i don't understand booing, is that people willingly pay £22 - £27 to get in the ground, they don't have to, but they want to. And then when they don't like what they see, they boo and jeer. My message to those people are "If you don't like what you see, fine. But if you want to boo and jeer about it, go away and don't come back!!" I would rather have a half full ground with everyone appriciative of the team and no booing, than a capacity crowd with 1,000 - 2,000 people booing, it's unacceptable. So please, all the people that booed at that game, if you want to feel welcome at anfield, if you want respect of people, join the majority rather than the minority, and please don't boo!!