One year to the day since Liverpool were the last English club to welcome a capacity crowd to a game on home soil, Guy Clarke explores the impact the pandemic has had on each aspect of the Liverpool FC community. Paul Gorst, the ECHO’s Liverpool correspondent, explains the effect on working within football; chair of Spirit of Shankly, Joe Blott, talks about the campaigning that supporters’ groups across the country – including on Merseyside – have done; Dan Morgan, content editor of the Liverpool.com website, speaks as a fan and as a Kop season-ticket holder, while Dave Powell, the business of football writer at the ECHO, discusses the financial ramifications. Plus, there’s excerpts from Jurgen Klopp and Gini Wijnaldum, 12 months on from that Champions League match against Atletico Madrid at Anfield. Enjoy.
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