June 2, 2011 § Leave a Comment
by Chris King
You know their voices. You may even be familiar with their faces.
But if you are a football fan that first drew breath sometime after the Stone Roses released their eponymous debut album, there’s every chance you won’t have seen my choice for “Through Gritted Teeth” play. You won’t have had the chance to understand why TV companies or Football Associations nowadays pay good money to present the direct opposite of their performances.
For my choice to acknowledge through gritted teeth is not one player, but part of a formation: the Liverpool back four of the 1980s. « Read the rest of this entry »