Is tradition a good thing?

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LFC, Boston soccer tour, all information from lfc online.com

Liverpool football club has an amazing history covering decades of cup winning trophies, from the early 70s. And still remains one of the most exciting footballing institution in the world.

Both Fenway Park, where Liverpool play Roma, and the Toronto Blue Jays’ Rogers Centre where the Reds open their tour at the weekend against Toronto FC, have standing sections.

Manager Brendan Rodgers, who named a 34-man squad for the tour with several players swelling the travelling party next week, admitted he was relishing his first tour as Reds boss.
Liverpool will set up base at Harvard Univeristy when they arrive in the states.

The university boasts fine training facilities including full-size indoor running tracks and three Olympic pools.

“I think Harvard University is one of the most renowned and historic universities in the world,” explained Rodgers.

“So for us it’s a real privilege to go there and do our work. But the most important thing is our mentality.

“First and foremost, the objective is to go and work and work hard.

“And secondly it’s to bring the great name of Liverpool to other supporters over in that part of the world. Most importantly, we’re there to work and work hard.”

So to answer my question about tradition, as a platform to move forward it’s great or we’ll get lost not updating and relating to the times we’re in. Pro 22:28

Relative post:it’s a game
-paradigm shift
-I’ve reached a landmark

” live life with definition & rightfully place tradition”

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