It must be a great time to be a Liverpool fan at the moment. After several false dawns, the Reds finally seem to have put together a team that can legitimately challenge for the league title. The Merseysiders are the only team left in the division still to have a 100% record as they have won all six of their games so far.

So, it’s not at all surprising that Liverpool fans can’t get enough of their club at the moment. One fan decided to express his enthusiasm by sketching his own version of a vintage Liverpool poster.

The fan in question was looking for a vintage Liverpool poster for his living room, and when he couldn’t find anything to his satisfaction, decided to sketch his own. The poster which has been inspired by the old Liverpool merchandise has two beautiful Liver Birds along with the Shankly Gates, a five-starred crown, a Walton Breck Road view of Anfield and of course the infamous words, ‘You’ll never walk alone’. It’s fair to say that the final product is an absolute thing of beauty.

Check out the fan’s sketch below:

Couldn’t find any vintage looking LFC posters so drew my own up from r/LiverpoolFC

Several Liverpool fans on Reddit mentioned that they wouldn’t hesitate for a moment in buying the poster if it was available for sale, which is not at all surprising looking at the quality of the sketch. Reds fans will be hoping that after this season, the crown in the poster, has six stars instead of just the five.

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