Anfield Stadium’s Anfield Road end extension will be pushed back by at least a year due to COVID-19. This a massive setback in the time of the Reds rise to greatness but obviously not the most important matter on pause.
Liverpool’s time during COVID-19 has them living life like a professional boxer taking hit after hit and blow after blow. But what more can they do except for roll with the punches?
What’s supposed to be Jurgen Klopp and the Reds most jubilant season has turned out to be a year for all of mankind and civilisation’s realisations. In actual fact, a record-breaking campaign turned into a once-off/once in a lifetime/never to be experienced again type of year.
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Anfield renovations on hold
A big part of Liverpool’s success has been their overall development as a club. Not just relieving themselves of financial stricken times.
Not just establishing themselves as the most lethal force to date in the Premier League. But all this plus the growth of the club in their appearance has been amazing to witness.
FSG has come in and put their Boston touch on the Reds and Anfield, it’s just a pity the visuals have now been put on hold until further notice.
Though these things happen sometimes but probably never as dramatic as a worldwide pandemic. There are usually speed bumps along the way.
Anfield – Good things time
Good things take time and sometimes patience pays off more than perseverance. A year wait on something that was just an idea the other day is not a train smash. COVID-19 has left other things of far greater importance unanswered.
We all know the Reds and the red army are in a rush for one thing and one thing only, the English Premier League crown. And it appears they might still be celebrating this year but from home.