Liverpool fans sing You’ll Never Walk Alone in Fenway Park July 25th 2012

 

By Tim Treacy

You’ll Never Walk Alone – Being sung at Fenway Park at the beginning of the Liverpool vs. Roma game on July 25th 2012.

 

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About Tim Treacy

Tim Treacy is Chairman of LFC Boston, Editor of The Red Letter, and one of the founding members of the supporters club. He is from the Curragh of Kildare, Ireland, famous for its horse racing, and Ireland’s oldest Golf Course. He has been supporting Liverpool all his life. He moved to Boston from Ireland in 2006 to pursue a PhD in Music and Social Media at Boston University. Tim is a graduate of the RIAM, NUI Maynooth, and twice graduated from the University of Limerick. Tim has worked as a teacher and lecturer from primary through third level education; as a community developer; as a community manager; in project management; in event management; and in marketing and social media. Tim is also a professional pianist and organist and performs weekly in Boston, MA. As well as writing for and editing the The Red Letter, as Community Manager of LFC Boston, Tim is responsible for growing the club locally in Boston and nationally across the USA through all media. He has appeared internationally on television and radio stations such as CNN, LFCTV, ESPN, NESN, Sky Sports, FOX, MSNBC, RTE, ITV, BBC, and Public Television in the United States representing Liverpool FC. He has also interviewed on the topic of LFC for magazines and newspapers such as Forbes Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Boston Globe, New York Times, The Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Houston Chronicle, The Guardian, and the Irish Times among others.

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