I once caught an AJ Pero drumstick. I did. The Come Out And Play Tour it was.
Describing the euphoria of that moment shouldn’t be an uphill task to a committed football fan. So what’s the connection between a Twisted Sister drummer artifact and Spurs? Oh please, need I really spell it out?
*tsk’s and rolls eyes*
Long time HH reader Astromesmo has made the most extraordinary, perhaps the most compelling football motion picture of all time.
To say Japanese fans of Vegalta Sendai are a rare breed is to say nowhere nearly enough. Have a click a look and who knows, a think.
Vegalta Sendai are home to the famed Supporter Squad – a pogoing army of flag-waving fans that turn every game into a swirling sea of golden yellow and blue. From their surreal versions of songs by Kiss, The Ramones and Twisted Sister to the blanket of European football inspired banners that hang from every rafter, they party their way round the football stadiums of Japan.
It was their determination and courage in the wake of the 2011 tsunami however, that bought them to the attention of the world’s media and football fans around the globe.
In one season of glory and as a footnote to the remarkable events of 2011. Inspired with a new promise to ‘Never stop again’ Vegalta set out to build on their success and went to battle again for their city – This time as worthy title contenders as opposed to plucky underdogs.