There are many grudges between Maradona and Pele, but their views on football are surprisingly consistent.
Maradona said: "Football is not a sport, but a religion."
Bailey said: "For me, football is like religion. I worship football and treat it as a god."
It is not surprising that Maradona and Pele have such thoughts. After all, it is because of football that they are regarded by many fans as kings, gods, and gods.
Many people in the world agree with Maradona and Pele's views and put them into action. Of course, most of them will choose an independent entity to worship football, such as a player or a club.
The 52-year-old Red Army fan Kjeld Rinfeldt (Kjeld Rinfeldt) adores the latter. He has built his home into a place to pay tribute to his beloved Red Army and Anfield Stadium. The cult of the club has moved to another extreme.
现年52岁的红军迷Kjeld Rinfeldt（Kjeld Rinfeldt）崇拜后者。他已将自己的房屋建成一个向他敬爱的红军和安菲尔德球场致敬的地方。俱乐部的崇拜已转移到另一个极端。
Reinfeldt has been Liverpool's death loyalty for more than 40 years. Since 2010, he has been Liverpool's season ticket holder. His hometown of Skerk is south of Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, and it takes about 1,800 miles (approximately 2,900 kilometers) from there to and from Anfield. However, the long journey has never been a problem for Reinfeldt. As long as there is a home game, he will cross mountains and rivers to support the team on the spot.
And when he came back from watching the ball, it seemed that he had never left the KOP stand-the address of the Anfield Stadium was posted on the street sign of his house, the Red Army emblem on the other side, and the iron lintel above the gate. There is even the team slogan "You will never walk alone".
In addition to the Liverpool season ticket, this iron lintel is Reinfeldt's most precious possession. His friend is a skilled metalworking worker, so he made a custom request to this friend. "This is a person I know, he can make anything you want," Reinfeldt said. "In the beginning I asked him to make a barbecue grill with the team logo, and then I asked Can he also try to be something else."
What will Reinfeldt's next "engineering project" be? The worker from the Danish brewery revealed to the media that he planned to further copy and perfect a "Shankley door" around the iron lintel to make it look like the real one.
When asked whether he would write down every sum of money spent on Liverpool and count it as a ledger, Reinfeldt immediately replied: "No. It has nothing to do with wealth. For me, it is the top priority of life. .
Continue to walk into Reinfeldt’s gardens and you will find a variety of club-related souvenirs—from a copy of the famous stadium passage slogan "Welcome to Anfield", printed with "You will never walk alone "The benches with the words ", to the Hillsborough massacre memorial torch embedded on the back wall, etc., this is like a small theme park of Liverpool club culture.
Of course, the interior decoration theme is also the same style. A large number of photos, souvenirs, furniture, books, works of art, etc., are all infused with Reinfeldt's love for Liverpool. These things that may not be valuable to others are invaluable to him.
From the external environment, there are two things that make Reinfeldt feel lucky. First, his neighbors seem to be very satisfied with his approach of slowly "building a football field" next door; second, there are few Everton fans near his residence.
"No, no. I live in Denmark, so there are not many Everton fans," Reinfeldt said. "The neighbors who live next door don't even know that Liverpool won the Champions League last season. They just use Looked at me with strange eyes, thinking I was crazy."
Every summer, Reinfeldt likes to invite a group of his friends and fans from Liverpool to get together to discuss the past season. Unfortunately, just as the Red Army’s road to the league title has been extended this season, their celebrations this year have also been postponed due to the outbreak of the new coronavirus.
"It's a nightmare," he said, "but my daughter and I are still healthy and our work is safe. This is the most important thing. All my friends in Denmark and Liverpool are very good. This is now the most important."
If Klopp's team finally successfully won the first English top league championship in 30 years, we might not be so surprised even if we met Reinfeldt at the championship celebration.
"I miss traveling and my partner-I will be very happy to see them (Liverpool) lift the trophy," Reinfeldt said. "Now I can only wait to see how it ends, but
Regarding Reinfeldt’s flag, we will not doubt it for a second.