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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #40 on: April 4, 2019, 12:47:17 pm »
Cheers guys. We are going to see her today. I'll pass on your messages of support.
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #41 on: April 15, 2019, 12:57:15 am »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #42 on: May 11, 2019, 01:20:54 am »
It's our Alan's second.

People say the first anniversary is the toughest one to deal with . I thought it was true but this one seems harder to cope with. This one has came from nowhere and walloped me like fuck.

Alan Dixon ya soft twat have a good one lad .

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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #43 on: May 11, 2019, 01:25:37 am »
And the 10th of May too.
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #44 on: May 11, 2019, 01:30:38 am »
All the best Kesey. Just remember the great times with ya brother. Itís what heíd want.

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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #45 on: May 11, 2019, 02:49:55 am »
All the best Kesey. Just remember the great times with ya brother. Itís what heíd want.

Nice one mate but it's hard . Anybody dealing with grief will know it. The first one was dead easy but I was told that the first was the meant to be easy one.

Noooooh  !

It's been creeping up for a week this one . Iam generally ... hey... fuck everything ... we are flying on a bit of rock through space ... we are immortal... energy and consciousness cannot be destroyed and all that.

But fuck me this one is difficult .
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #46 on: May 11, 2019, 09:20:54 am »
Thoughts are with you Kesey, bereavement on the anniversary doesn't get any easier mate.

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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #47 on: May 11, 2019, 04:39:57 pm »
Thoughts are with you Kesey, bereavement on the anniversary doesn't get any easier mate.

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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #48 on: May 11, 2019, 05:27:17 pm »
Thinking of you Kesey mate. I know it is not easy but remembering the good times when this time of year come around is how I cope with such times.
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #49 on: May 11, 2019, 09:55:58 pm »
Thinking of you Kesey mate. I know it is not easy but remembering the good times when this time of year come around is how I cope with such times.

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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #50 on: April 30, 2020, 11:44:30 am »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #51 on: May 10, 2020, 03:40:11 pm »
R.I.P lad .

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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #52 on: May 10, 2020, 03:59:23 pm »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #53 on: May 10, 2020, 04:01:52 pm »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #54 on: May 10, 2020, 04:02:41 pm »
Ta Chopper.

I was still oblivious to what happened til about 5pm as was in rural France. Hit me fucking hard when I found out. Think I gridded a bottle of wine in about five minutes.
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #55 on: May 10, 2020, 04:02:58 pm »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #56 on: May 10, 2020, 09:25:01 pm »
And the sun sets..

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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #57 on: May 10, 2020, 09:39:17 pm »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #58 on: May 10, 2020, 11:02:50 pm »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #59 on: May 11, 2020, 01:09:33 am »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #60 on: May 11, 2020, 09:30:17 am »
Your broís banner was the perfect reply to the season long chants of oppo supporters. Just pure quality. RIP, hope youíre doing ok. The anniversaries are the toughest.

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« Reply #61 on: May 11, 2020, 05:47:40 pm »
Your broís banner was the perfect reply to the season long chants of oppo supporters. Just pure quality. RIP, hope youíre doing ok. The anniversaries are the toughest.

Cheers. It was our kids idea that banner and the Pete Price one was mine. He done a belter for Athens too There Are Places I Remember and 5 European Cups and  all the places were we'd won our cup . Possibly Athens and a question mark too. Cant believe since his passing we've been to two finals.
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #63 on: May 24, 2020, 07:04:08 pm »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #64 on: May 25, 2020, 10:14:58 am »
RIP Mr. Ed - absolute legend.
Heíd get you a ticket for the match, buy you a pint in the Phil and tell you how how shite you were when you played for Halewood Juniors  ;D
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #66 on: June 18, 2020, 03:12:19 pm »
We lost my dad on the 13th of April just past. He was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in late 2017 and had gradually declined since, eventually losing interest in most things, including football. Football had been his passion from boyhood, playing for and captaining his local team from his teens through to his thirties, before becoming a full time spectator, both with me at the games, and from his sofa at home. He was a football man. Every weekend as I was growing up he'd be at a game somewhere. Always trying to persuade me to go with him. Often failing in those attempts. Seeing that passion fade away, seeing who he was fade away, was absolutely heartbreaking to watch play out. He's the reason that I got into football, and he's the reason I support Liverpool. He took me to my first game at Anfield in '98, a 2-1 win against Sheffield Wednesday. Berger and Owen on the scoresheet that day. He took me to Dortmund for the 2001 UEFA Cup Final, even though it meant skipping my A/S Level exams, he didn't care. That was the first trophy I saw the Reds win live, and having that memory with him is something that I will cherish for the rest of my life. One of my best memories in football, and in life, full stop. As I got a bit older, as you do, I stopped going with him and started going with mates. At that age you can't afford much though, so a little like Hij, my dad subbed me for Istanbul. Part time work at Tesco wasn't covering the cost of that trip. He knew he was never getting that money back, but he gave me it without hesitation. He loved that I was so passionate about the game that he had immersed himself in for so many years, that we had that added bond around football, and helping me to follow that, and seeing the enjoyment it gave me, I think meant a lot to him. I know it did.

The last game that we went to together was the 2-1 defeat at home to Wolves in the FA Cup in January 2017. Looking back, even then I should have seen the change in him. I guess to an extent I just didn't want to see it. He was incredibly withdrawn, particularly from the standards of a man who would regularly make me laugh over the years at his apparent need to say hello to absolutely everyone he passed. Whether they responded didn't seem to matter, it was more about being positive, and spreading that positivity. We'd regularly have people shout to him if we were walking somewhere and I'd ask who they were; "I don't have a clue mate", he'd whisper before shouting back to them as if he was greeting an old friend. That said a lot about him and how he approached life, and I loved him for it. It wasn't just that, he taught me so many things. One of the most patient, friendly and caring people you could ever meet. Always there for me, no matter what, or when, or the circumstances. He wanted You'll Never Walk Alone at his funeral, and so of course we played it. That song has sentimentality to all of us for obvious reasons, but it will carry an added significance to me now, and the next time I get the opportunity to stand at Anfield and sing it, i'll be singing it to my dad. I'm not religious and I don't believe in the afterlife, but I'm comforted by the simple knowledge that he's no longer suffering. That the cruelty of dementia will not now have the opportunity to take more of him away. That we shared so many great times, both in general and in following the Reds - and as long as I have those, he'll always be with me. That's my comfort. The thing that devastates me is that he never got the opportunity to meet his grandchildren. Our twin boys were born two days after his birthday, in February. I had arranged for him to come and visit them the week after they came home, but the day before I was due to pick him up he was taken into hospital, and coupled with the lock-down restrictions, the opportunity was lost. They will know through me who he was, though, i'll make sure of that, and I know that he would have been their hero, just as he will always be mine, had they had the chance to know him as I did. And so, on Sunday I'll watch my first Liverpool game without my dad, and for the first time after a game I won't be able to call him and discuss the fallout. To be honest, he's probably glad of that. I will watch it with our boys though, and i'll be thinking of him. Always.

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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #67 on: June 18, 2020, 04:04:47 pm »
Thatís a lovely eulogy Mate.
You had some great days watching the mighty reds with your father
YNWA.

I just noticed heís the same age as my father - Iím still blessed to have him - we also went to the Wolves game - and itís a once every 5 years or so for him these days. I was just thinking after reading Yorkyís fantastic piece about the 47 season I canít wait to speak to my dad later and ask him if he had any memories of the season and the weather. Your post makes me realize how lucky I am and how much I treasure his company. Cheers
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #68 on: June 18, 2020, 04:20:13 pm »
We lost my dad on the 13th of April just past. He was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in late 2017 and had gradually declined since, eventually losing interest in most things, including football. Football had been his passion from boyhood, playing for and captaining his local team from his teens through to his thirties, before becoming a full time spectator, both with me at the games, and from his sofa at home. He was a football man. Every weekend as I was growing up he'd be at a game somewhere. Always trying to persuade me to go with him. Often failing in those attempts. Seeing that passion fade away, seeing who he was fade away, was absolutely heartbreaking to watch play out. He's the reason that I got into football, and he's the reason I support Liverpool. He took me to my first game at Anfield in '98, a 2-1 win against Sheffield Wednesday. Berger and Owen on the scoresheet that day. He took me to Dortmund for the 2001 UEFA Cup Final, even though it meant skipping my A/S Level exams, he didn't care. That was the first trophy I saw the Reds win live, and having that memory with him is something that I will cherish for the rest of my life. One of my best memories in football, and in life, full stop. As I got a bit older, as you do, I stopped going with him and started going with mates. At that age you can't afford much though, so a little like Hij, my dad subbed me for Istanbul. Part time work at Tesco wasn't covering the cost of that trip. He knew he was never getting that money back, but he gave me it without hesitation. He loved that I was so passionate about the game that he had immersed himself in for so many years, that we had that added bond around football, and helping me to follow that, and seeing the enjoyment it gave me, I think meant a lot to him. I know it did.

The last game that we went to together was the 2-1 defeat at home to Wolves in the FA Cup in January 2017. Looking back, even then I should have seen the change in him. I guess to an extent I just didn't want to see it. He was incredibly withdrawn, particularly from the standards of a man who would regularly make me laugh over the years at his apparent need to say hello to absolutely everyone he passed. Whether they responded didn't seem to matter, it was more about being positive, and spreading that positivity. We'd regularly have people shout to him if we were walking somewhere and I'd ask who they were; "I don't have a clue mate", he'd whisper before shouting back to them as if he was greeting an old friend. That said a lot about him and how he approached life, and I loved him for it. It wasn't just that, he taught me so many things. One of the most patient, friendly and caring people you could ever meet. Always there for me, no matter what, or when, or the circumstances. He wanted You'll Never Walk Alone at his funeral, and so of course we played it. That song has sentimentality to all of us for obvious reasons, but it will carry an added significance to me now, and the next time I get the opportunity to stand at Anfield and sing it, i'll be singing it to my dad. I'm not religious and I don't believe in the afterlife, but I'm comforted by the simple knowledge that he's no longer suffering. That the cruelty of dementia will not now have the opportunity to take more of him away. That we shared so many great times, both in general and in following the Reds - and as long as I have those, he'll always be with me. That's my comfort. The thing that devastates me is that he never got the opportunity to meet his grandchildren. Our twin boys were born two days after his birthday, in February. I had arranged for him to come and visit them the week after they came home, but the day before I was due to pick him up he was taken into hospital, and coupled with the lock-down restrictions, the opportunity was lost. They will know through me who he was, though, i'll make sure of that, and I know that he would have been their hero, just as he will always be mine, had they had the chance to know him as I did. And so, on Sunday I'll watch my first Liverpool game without my dad, and for the first time after a game I won't be able to call him and discuss the fallout. To be honest, he's probably glad of that. I will watch it with our boys though, and i'll be thinking of him. Always.

You'll never walk alone, dad.

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RIP to your dad, that's a lovely tribute. YNWA Francis.
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #69 on: June 18, 2020, 04:37:59 pm »
Grobbelrevell that is a heartbreaking but beautiful tribute. Those are memories to be cherished and passed on to you kids. He sounds like a great man. RIP Francis YNWA
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #71 on: June 18, 2020, 10:06:37 pm »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #72 on: June 18, 2020, 10:14:14 pm »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #73 on: June 19, 2020, 10:26:01 am »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #74 on: September 3, 2020, 07:06:48 pm »
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« Reply #75 on: September 3, 2020, 09:14:58 pm »
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #76 on: September 3, 2020, 10:34:21 pm »
I only knew Gulleysucker on here and didn't even know his real name. Despite that, today's news of his tragic loss feels like a kick in the guts.

I'd just been out to see off a lovely neighbour's funeral cortege, then I looked on RAWK to see this news.

To be honest, I can hardly believe it.

RIP Gulley/Nick. You will be sorely missed on here.  :'(

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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #77 on: September 3, 2020, 10:49:33 pm »
RIP nick/gulleysucker, A guy who knew everything without being a smart arse; a gentle soul with a wicked/dry sense of humour.. gonna miss him..
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #78 on: September 3, 2020, 10:50:06 pm »
Like a lot of people on here I didn't know Gully in real life; wish I had though  :(
I only knew him from his varied, and informative, posts on here.
R.I.P Gully, you'll be sorely missed.
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Re: The mourning of departed Reds
« Reply #79 on: September 3, 2020, 11:00:50 pm »
didnt see eye to eye at times but R I P Gully that is so sad
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