Run To The Hills, Liverpool flown to Naples by Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson
It’s been a difficult season for the red half of Liverpool, with the club suffering difficulties both on and off the pitch.
The club’s problems would make most fans Run To The Hills, but the loyal Red Army will today be travelling to Italy in preparation for their European Other Cup game with Napoli.
In yet another bizarre twist to Liverpool’s season, the team plane will be flown by Iron Maiden frontman and Man on the Edge Bruce Dickinson.
Liverpool are due to play Napoli on Thursday and will be hoping to put behind them their league form and memory of The Evil That Men [Hicks and Gillette] Do, who seemingly had a wish To Play With Madness during the Wasted Years of their tenure.
“I was originally supposed to be going to Iceland and flying down to Las Palmas and Tenerife, but this looked a lot more interesting so I’m flying the team down to Naples” sang the rocker.
After a disastrous start to the season, Roy Hodgson’s side will be hoping to avoid a scary Wicker Man like continuation of their poor performances, as the club look forward to a future of No More Lies.
After Frank Rijkaard’s departure from Galatasary on Thursday morning though, Hodgson will be hoping for a swift reversal of fortunes and he’ll have to Be Quick or Be Dead, as he could soon be out of a job if results do not go his way.Tags: Liverpool, Premier League
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