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loy·al·ty /ˈloiəltē/
Noun:
The quality of being loyal to someone or something
A strong feeling of support or allegiance

loy·al·ty /ˈloiəltē/

Noun:

  1. The quality of being loyal to someone or something
  2. A strong feeling of support or allegiance

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 Before he left, he pointed to a framed portrait of Bill Shankly on the wall overlooking his desk and remarked, “Now, that’s a proper legend.”

Before he left, he pointed to a framed portrait of Bill Shankly on the wall overlooking his desk and remarked, “Now, that’s a proper legend.”

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fyeahkuyt:

“hold my hand and no one can stop us”

fyeahkuyt:

“hold my hand and no one can stop us

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live-loss-hope-repeat:

myloveaffairwithfootball:

photo not mine

:-(
aconstantache:

My career had been so intertwined with Michael’s. I’d lost a fantastic team-mate, a striker whose runs I could pick out in my sleep. When Michael left Anfield, a part of me left with him - Steven Gerrard

aconstantache:

My career had been so intertwined with Michael’s. I’d lost a fantastic team-mate, a striker whose runs I could pick out in my sleep. When Michael left Anfield, a part of me left with him - Steven Gerrard

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