Nice place to be wow ! Whats the name of your band ?I was rehearsing at Levon Helm’s barn in Woodstock NY, and I missed the end of the game by about 5mins. I knew we’d scored a goal as i had checked my phone earlier, but when I checked after I couldn’t believe it! Our singer is a Liverpool fan, so that made for an interesting evening.
Yeah me too. Everyone else in our small group in the pub was going mental, but I was just holding my breath till it was 100% sure.I switched off at 80mins and was doing a pee and heard the neighbours cheering and clapping and then rushed and turned the tv back on. I was still thinking that VAR would disallow it.
okay I lied, but it was too late to post what really happen though reading these post, I think my heart has been stolen for many years now. I can watch a sad film and ball my eyes out, yet I've still not shed a tear on my second home as a youngster. if I wasn't at home I'd be at WHL watching 1st team, reserves (until old enough to start going away games) and any youth matches, remember seeing players like Hoddle and Neil McNab come through. Might of been different if I'd been there for the final match, but nope not a single droponly just woke up, did we win
I was in the away end. During injury time I always put a stopwatch on my phone, and I was in the process of turning it off as I didn't think we had time for another attack. I looked up as Llorente brought the ball down and everything after that is a blur. I have a vague recollection of rocking on the floor in front of my seat in the foetal position in a tearful daze, it was absolute madness and chaos.
Nope, me too!It’s not just me then!