As the roar of the crowd dulls, the tedious moan of the fans rises to an incessant drone that somewhat echoes the past. Things have changed at Anfield in the last thirty years so drastically that it has become chilling. These things are by no means for the better.
Celebratory confetti, fireworks, league titles and European cups were almost a norm in the ages that spanned the pre-Premier League years, but now that has faintly diminishing into a chasm of uncertainty as Liverpool spiral into a wilderness of ambiguity. Fans were getting used to winning and the mentality that came with it. Liverpool were a force to be reckoned with, both overseas and within their own sovereignty. They repelled criticism and soared to the heights of everything they endeavored. Managers would be exude supremacy and project stardom.