Why do Liverpool fans sing "Ring of Fire"?

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Liverpool is a football club in the United Kingdom that was formed on 15 March 1892. It was during the 2005 champion’s league game between Liverpool FC and AC Milan that the Liverpool fans started singing the song ring of fire but the origin it’s not known but the song lyrics have some hunger in them.
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"Ring of Fire" first adopted by Liverpool in 2002, and grew in popularity as supporters travelled across Europe en route to the 2005 Euro Cup. No reason. report this answer
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I think they copied it off Cardiff City who's fans have been singing it for the last two seasons.It will be interesting on the 31st of Oct when the two teams meet at Anfield for the
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looking at the answers here i think a lot of people have not really grabbed the gist of the question too much hatred shown by the obvious rangers fans and too much gloating by the
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The song is popular in many football clubs. Popularised in Liverpool by The Pacemakers, and sung at Anfield at the time. Sung to portray solidarity.
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