Liverpool, England - Saturday, February 3, 2007: Liverpool's former striker John Aldridge working for local radio during the Merseyside Derby Premiership match at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Aldo to assist with LFC’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations

Former Liverpool striker John Alrdidge, probably the club’s greatest ever Irish player, will be on hand to celebrate St Patrick’s day at Anfield this weekend.

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Alrdidge will be making a special appearance at Anfield’s Boot Room cafe, located in The Kop, on Saturday. Aldo will also be conducting special legends stadium tours throughout the day.

Liverpool have introduced a special Irish themed menu for the day, including Irish-themed cocktails, and will have music from a traditional Irish Ceilidh band.

We were lucky enough to enjoy a sample of the menu at Anfield earlier in the week and it will certainly tick all the boxes, especially with the three course dinner priced at just £16.50.

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‘Taste of Ireland’ Menu:

Home-made leek and potato soup served with soda bread. Whiskey and honey glazed baby gammon, colcannon potatoes and roasted vegetables. Lamb rump, champ potatoes and mixed greens. Baileys and chocolate bread and butter pudding with warm chocolate sauce.