They do all the great Got, Not Got series
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This Friday, 26 August, lifelong Liverpool fan, playwright Ian Salmon launches his new book at Waterstones Liverpool 1. From 6pm, Ian will be signing copies of They Say our Days Are Numbered and chatting to fellow fans about the Reds, their shared experiences and his own unique take on last season. Please do drop by and say hello!
In 2015 Ian inherited his late father's season ticket and took ownership of a seat which had been in his family for decades, arriving just in time for a season of change. It was a season that would see the redevelopment of the main stand around it and make his new seat's very future an uncertain one.
Fighting on two fronts, at home and in Europe, could Klopp make it a season to remember for the Anfield faithful? They Say Our Days are Numbered is Liverpool Football Club's 2015/16 season through one fan's eyes.
In They Say our Days Are Numbered you will discover:
Ian Salmon is a Liverpool-born and -based playwright and journalist. Highly Commended in the Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize 2015 for his play The Comeback Special, he also wrote Slip Away, the Buxton Open Shorts winner of the same year. He is a regular contributor to the award-winning podcast The Anfield Wrap and now a proud Liverpool season-ticket holder.
Click here for more information, or to read a sample from They Say Our Days Are Numbered.