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Spirit of the Mersey

Liverpool FC have an attitude, an approach to football that has defined the club. They are welcoming to any that want to follow them, and fiercely opposed to those that do not. It’s an oddly polarised set up that has seen the club become beloved by its fans and loathed by many

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Liverpool FC have an attitude, an approach to football that has defined the club. They are welcoming to any that want to follow them, and fiercely opposed to those that do not. It’s an oddly polarised set up that has seen the club become beloved by its fans and loathed by many

From Asian businessmen to Merseyside escorts, the red side of the city has always included a vast diversity of fans. The club’s popularity is in no small way enforced by the family feeling that it creates amongst its follower. Take two completely different people, with nothing in common except their support of Liverpool and they’ll get along like old friends. Football in general often has this unifying effect, but it’s particularly noticeable when talking to LFC fans. Their anthemic chants of you’ll never walk alone ring out loud around the stadium, reminding everyone there of the close ties that they share with their fellow fans and of the great spirit that the club embodies.

When troubled striker Daniel Sturridge joined from Chelsea, he knew it was his last big chance. He had wanted to play as a centre forward ever since his days at Manchester City, but both of his previous clubs had stuck him out on the wing. It looked like he may get his big chance after performing well under Andre Villas Boas’ reign but after the Portuguese left he fell down the pecking order, with the ultimate insult perhaps being Roberto Di Matteo’s decision not to play him in the Champions’ League final, instead preferring the young and inexperienced left back Ryan Bertrand. After he left, it looked like he may suffer from the same problem at all, especially given Luis Suarez’s effectiveness down the middle. But Liverpool have given him the warmest of welcomes, changing their team composition in order to help him settle in. He’s since become the first Liverpool signing in over 30 years to score in his first 3 games, and that once moody look of defiance has been transformed by the support of the fans into a bright smile.  

But, even though the local Merseyside escorts are always welcoming to visitors from out of town, the football club is not. They don’t use low tactics or anything like that, but they do make their opponent’s acutely aware that this is the home of a historic and strong willed team. The famous “This is Anfield” message has long since set doubts flowing amongst the visiting teams, and many have talked about the incredible atmosphere in the stadium, and how terrifying it can be to be an away fan playing in such a passionate atmosphere. Those outside the game often scoff at the idea of this psychological pressure, often citing the vast amounts of money that they get paid, as if they somehow mitigates having 50 thousand people screaming abuse or chanting your name and idolising you. The underlying emotions of football play a massive part in any season, and it’s one of the main reasons that LFC will always stay near the top of the scene, buoyed on by their fantastic support

 

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Cheshire’s country charms are winning over the public

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Cheshire is fairly nondescript, as areas go. With its leafy expanses, moderate selection of shops and very average nightlife, it’s the epitome of plain. They are a trickle of visitors that come here every year, but it’s far from a big draw. Most of them come purely to see the renowned Cheshire escorts, and leave soon after. The train station enjoys a steady flow but it’s pretty much the only place that does.

Until now, that is. Suddenly, the rural world of hessian sacks, muddy boots and good, honest work is in vogue. So much so that the number of city dwellers applying for allotments has surged recently, leading many metropolitan gardens full of well meaning novices. The time of wizened old men wheezing over their gas stove after a hard morning’s pruning seem to be coming to an end. In their place, a new generation of middle class, 30 somethings in ‘robust’ dungarees, jeans and jumpers. Gloves are, of course, mandatory, except when the gardeners want to get that earthy feeling between their fingers. That’s part of the dream, the sensation of pulling up a fresh potato from the earth and wiping grime away, eyes glistening softly with pride and humility. Shame most newcomers don’t take many precautions and end up with large portions of their crop tainted by blight.

With this new fashion, areas like Cheshire, with their heavy focus on agriculture, are all the rage. Kent has the monopoly on the London crowd, but the people in the North that are looking to turn away from the cold grey concrete of the city have found their solace in a town just outside Manchester. If you had said two years ago that a change in tastes would lead to a simultaneous rise in demand for Cheshire escorts and cheese, you would probably be in a padded room before your eyes could even widen, but it happened. It’s a little contradictory to see the rough become the pleasure of the refined, however such a shift is definitely heartening. There is a lot of room for those working on tiny margins- farmers, jam makers, local shops etc- to delve into a market where markups and disposable incomes are much higher. The real question remains over whether this emerging market is a sustainable one or whether it will, like the organic bubble, burst in a few years when the novelty wears off and finances become tight once more.

 

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