Bill Shankly used to say that the Spion Kop end of Anfield was able to ‘suck the ball into the net’. That’s the kind of advantage Liverpool will likely have to do without next season. Photo: AP
Bill Shankly used to say that the Spion Kop end of Anfield was able to ‘suck the ball into the net’. That’s the kind of advantage Liverpool will likely have to do without next season. Photo: AP
Tony Evans
Opinion

Opinion

On The Ball by Tony Evans

Lack of Anfield crowd is the biggest plus point for Liverpool’s Premier League rivals next term

  • The Community Shield against Arsenal will be played in front of empty stands at Wembley on August 29
  • Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool will be most affected by continued lack of supporters in Premier League grounds next season

Bill Shankly used to say that the Spion Kop end of Anfield was able to ‘suck the ball into the net’. That’s the kind of advantage Liverpool will likely have to do without next season. Photo: AP
Bill Shankly used to say that the Spion Kop end of Anfield was able to ‘suck the ball into the net’. That’s the kind of advantage Liverpool will likely have to do without next season. Photo: AP
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