It feels like we’re all in some need of enjoyment and while the terraces at Anfield are quarantined at the moment, there’s nothing to stop you cheering on Klopp’s men from the comfort of your own home.
Every game is going to be live on television during September, and what better way to enjoy the game than with £250 worth of Anfield Index merchandise.
But how can you get hold of this loot? Well, leading bookmaker comparison site, Which Bookie, has teamed up with Anfield Index to offer a stunning prize ahead of the new season.
That’s right, you can win £250 worth of Anfield Index merch from their Champions Range by answering a simple question. Be quick though, the competition ends on Wednesday!!
All you have to do to win is visit the Which Bookie site and answer a simple question.
What they want to know is…
Who was the Liverpool manager when the club won the league title in 1989-90?
- Bob Paisley
- Graeme Souness
- Kenny Dalglish
- Roy Evans
Four great managers, but which one was the last to win the top fight title before Jurgen Klopp’s historic feat just a few months ago.
It was a remarkable season for the Reds, but also one that has been a long time coming. It’s been 30 years since they last won the league, a title which ended a dynasty.
The 1980s were a dominant time for the Reds and it’s hoped that the Champions League win and last term’s league victory is the start of something special once more.
Manchester City is being given the favourite tag, but plenty of pundits are suggesting Liverpool’s settled side can go and retain their title, and who are we to argue?
If you’d like to win £250 worth of Merch, to really get your season going in style, then click the link above to enter the competition or enter by tapping the link below:
Entries need to be made before Wednesday, September 16 at 23:59, and entrants must be aged 18 or over.
The winner will receive:
- 1 x Dian Champions range print A1 size
- 3 x Champions range x A3 prints
- 2 x Champions range x hoodies
- 4 x Champions range Mugs
- All badges for Premier League, Club World Cup, and Champions League
- 3 x Champions range t-shirts