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Homes of Football: “All The Lonely People” Liverpool, 1992

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

In this regular blog photographer Stuart Roy Clarke will explain the thinking behind his best Homes of Football images (available to buy here). First up, Liverpool and the Kop in the early 90s…

“All The Lonely People (Part One)” Liverpool, 1992

Stuart Roy Clarke: “As I stand before this great tribe with the privilege of being a photographer, I realise the enormity and significance of the Kop coming together. No one here on Merseyside will ever be lonely or on their own.”

THE KOP

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