The socialism I believe in is everyone working for each other, everyone having a share of the rewards. It's the way I see football, the way I see life. - Bill Shankly
SOS recently launched an exhibition at Liverpool's MetQuarter which depicts a photographic evolution of the Liverpool Supporters' Union, as documented by Union member, John Johnson, entitled "Spirit of Shankly: The noise that refused to be dealt with". The exhibition is ongoing until 2nd September, upstaris in the MetQuarter, Unit 28 (next to Timberland). More information can be found here.
The photographs illustrate the pride, passion, anger and strength of SOS's concerted fight to force Messrs Hicks and Gillett out of Liverpool Football Club.
The exhibition is a reward for John's excellent work in documenting the SOS fight and an opportunity for both him and us to promote the aims and objectives of the Union and John's excellent work to a much wider audience. We have also created 16 beautifully framed, numbered, artist signed pictures that form the core of the exhibition which are now available to members through a series of reverse auctions.
Become a member of the Spirit of Shankly and benefit from reduced travel to away games, membership offers and representation at Club level.Click here to join
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