Peed on the goal posts: the witch doctor cast a curse over Liverpool

Since Liverpool last won the English championship, was named goalkeeper Bruce Grobalar. It is soon 30 years ago, but if it may finally succeed in winning the

Peed on the goal posts: the witch doctor cast a curse over Liverpool

Since Liverpool last won the English championship, was named goalkeeper Bruce Grobalar. It is soon 30 years ago, but if it may finally succeed in winning the

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
14 December 2019 Saturday 21:00
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Peed on the goal posts: the witch doctor cast a curse over Liverpool

Since Liverpool last won the English championship, was named goalkeeper Bruce Grobalar.

It is soon 30 years ago, but if it may finally succeed in winning the title again, Liverpool supporters might thank the now 62-year-old spasmager for it.

In any case, think Bruce Grobalar even, that he plays a role.

The eccentric Liverpool legend claims that he has lifted a curse that was cast over the club in 1992 by an african witch doctor.

The year got Grobalar a so-called testimonialkamp at Anfield as a thank you for over ten years of faithful service. Grobalar was at the time sponsored by beer manufacturer Zembezi, and they sent a witch-doctor Liverpool cold supplies ...

He went around to the goalposts, put his gedehale and splashed his water on both sides of them. He took the microphone and said ’if you do not have junglemanden Bruce Grobalar here, wins In non title,’ told Bruce Grobalar Saturday dinner in the BT Sports studio.

He was the guest to the run-up to the match between Liverpool and Watford, and his story got the smiles back in the studio.

For Grobalar also told how he got raised heksedoktorens curse of Liverpool.

Back in the season 2013/14 he went in connection with a aftenkamp down to the goal by The Cup and peed on the boards.

the Keeper was thrown away from the track and had not peed on the uprights at the other end. And as Grobalar said, then slipped Steven Gerrard (against Chelsea, ed.), and Liverpool finished number two.

Liverpool have not won the championship since Grobalar left the club in 1994. Photo: David Cannon/
the Curse was not broken, but back in the spring got the goalkeeper, who played 626 games for Liverpool, finally completed his mission.

He was in a private match with businessmen at Anfield, and a guy said to him that now he had to fix it. Grobalar said okay, and took out a water bottle.

’I poured the water out and peed in it. In the first half of the match in The Kop end sprayed I it out over the boards in the second half down in the Anfield Road end sprayed I it all out of the posts. It was at the end of last season,’ told Bruce Grobalar, who had to win six championships with Liverpool and may now be getting its share in a seventh.

Liverpool have after 17 rounds, a lead of ten points to Leicester.

After Saturday's 2-0 victory over Watford is 'The Reds' is noted for impressive 49 points and have still not lost in the Premier League this season.

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