Kop


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Kop

A Dutch unit of volume equivalent to one liter. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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The Brazilian midfielder, so often the butt of Kop criticism, scored a sweet strike with a great run and cool finish.
When Laiki Bank's 5-year sponsorship deal was about to end, the bank informed KOP a year in advance in March 2011 that it wished to renew the agreement for another five years at 600,000 euros per year.
Against this backdrop, another meeting was planned between stadium authorities and the fans group, with Spion Kop 1906 saying the flag ban would be lifted if Liverpool FC agreed to meet with them for talks.
If we really want the Kop to improve, and I think we all do, then let's get more people involved.
I followed Liverpool avidly after that and the way the Kop could lift the team when all seemed lost was so incredible.
NICE WORK: Frank Green's 1994 painting Last Game at the Kop, and inset, artist Frank Green
It was a classy and clever way of making the point, in a way that only the Kop can.
In front of the Kop, in front of 45,000 people, Bish had the chance to show me how it's done.
LIVERPOOL'S new owners have underlined the importance of the Kop by giving the green light to an official 'singing section' in the stand next season.
The Quaggas Kop alluvial mine was producing diamonds averaging 85% gem quality, which in 1996 sold for prices averaging US$209 per carat.
KOP Holdings last night said the new pounds 350m finance deal will meet all the club's current cash needs and provide money to kick start the new stadium project.
From today until the end of the season, Prenton Park will resound to the sound |drums being played on the Upper Kop End