LFC Announce Shock Change To YNWA!

Liverpool Football Club are set to announce a shock move by committing to an overhaul of  “You’ll Never Walk Alone” for the impending 2017/18 season.  In light of the BBC’s recent decision to plonk up with a female time lord, LFC has taken steps for a radical change that will see Beyonce Knowles record a new and improved version of “You’ll Never Walk Alone” to be played before kick off at all home matches.  It is believed the BBC found Jodie Whittaker to be the best man, sorry, woman for the role as the new Doctor Who due to her ambitious auditions over consecutive weeks.


New Liverpool CEO, Peter Moore told a gathering of reporters at Melwood today that he is looking to follow in the footsteps of the BBC and steer the club in a new direction to appease the female fans who feel that club is still stuck in the past and clinging to long held traditions whilst bringing woman to the fore in an otherwise male dominated sport.


Moore confessed.

“You’ll Never Walk Alone has been a staple of the club for over 50 years and whilst we appreciate the impact that the Gerry & The Pacemakers version has had, Liverpool Football Club feels it is time to move on and we need to embrace the fantastic new R’n’B version Beyonce has given us to use before kick off at Anfield.”

He continued.

“I know this will upset many of our supporters but woman have an important part to play in football aside from their regular roles as WAGS.  It’s important we give equality to woman in football and Liverpool football club is making this happen.”

Supporters can expect Beyonce’s new version of “You’ll Never Walk Alone” to be played before kick off when the reds take on Crystal Place at Anfield on Saturday August 19.  As an added bonus, everyone attending the match will receive their very own Beyonce face mask to wear on the day inside the ground.  It is understood that Jay-Z will produce the new version giving the classic anthem a more “modern and appealing sound” to ensure supporters feel like they have moved out of the 1960’s and into the modern age.

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