The skipper shared a heart-warming video of hospital staff in a quarantined section in their protective Covid-19 clothing and other staff on the other side of a glass door joining together to sing You’ll Never Walk Alone and applaud each other – and stated that we should play the song before our first game back to show our respect for the NHS and those we lost to the virus.
The song’s connection to Liverpool should be forgotten in this instance and we should all recognise the lyrics as a great backing to those key workers who are saving lives and bringing us ever closer to showing Coronavirus the red card.
Below is a list of the best reactive Tweets to our captain from the supporters…
Well said skip brilliant idea, @Robotoole7 said this too! 👏🏼👏🏼
— Callum CS5 Saunders (@CalzSaunders) March 27, 2020
Good idea, but as a nurse and Hammers supporter I’d quite like a ticket to match! Haven’t been able to get one for years! ⚒
— Amanda bell (@amandabell1964) March 26, 2020
Cheers Nobes. Doing my first shift at the coronavirus centre tomorrow and shitting it but it has to be done! Will be so happy once this is over and get back to seeing you guys play again.
— Guy (@geplatten) March 26, 2020
Well said noble I am full time carer for my dad and know being the scenes what hard workers that nhs do xxx👏👏❤❤
— nasus (@sue19762050) March 26, 2020
Great idea. It’s such a shame that it’s taken a national crisis for these hundreds of thousands of people to be appreciated. It’s time we stamp out the abuse they receive on a daily basis. The consequences of abuse or violence towards them should be severe
— Adam Hatcliff (@MadaCup) March 26, 2020
👏👏👏well said skip. Brilliant idea
— ⚒️ Alan Noble ⚒️ (@nobby_hammer) March 26, 2020
Yes Mark, this is my second favourite football anthem and the NHS my second favourite team 😉😁
— Jan Altendorff 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 🏳️🌈🇱🇰 (@JanAltendorff) March 26, 2020