Aye mate, lived on Sevvie park between 1989-1993. Left twenty years ago to the month. Missed it and still miss it more than I ever missed my own country, odd as that may seem.i didnt know you are a Red mate,
On the Kop about 2/3 up behind the big steel support just right of the goal, looking at it from the pitch.
Stilll blare out all my Kop chants a few days prior to the match at home, and in the NYC bar where I attend the matches when I can.
My oldest two have taken quite a shine to getting dressed up and waking up early to enter that forbidden adult world, a bar! With adult men, and women, yelling and screaming and carrying on, more than a few in unusual accents and strange vocabularies. My oldest went "How many generations Liverpool fans are there in our family Dad?" My dead pan "one, son" was a bit of a disappointment. Well, I guess it's 2 now.
My SO's oldest did not get it. "We come all this way to watch a football game, on TV????" He thought somehow we were going to make it to the real thing.
Given the current ticket prices watching the game on the telly with your mates in the pub is probably the way to go anyway. Most of my mates gave up their season tickets years ago. A long way from paying into the turnstile with your 2 quid .....
But back on topic: we love you Vlad