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After 20 years and 243 editions, The Kop Magazine is no more. This bumper 64-page special marks the end of our monthly independent Liverpool FC magazine and we fully expect it to be a collectors edition that may well sell out. Inside you'll find all the usual honest opinion, comment, analysis, humours and debate. Brendan Rodgers' future. Steven Gerrard's departure. James Milner's arrival. Our alternative review of the season. Kop8 where are they nows? And the final Kop Mole, Dr Kop and Kop Challenge pages. But because it's our last edition we've packed far more than that into it including an exclusive Jamie Carragher interview, a catch up with Bill Shankly's grandson Chris Carline ahead of the opening of the new Shankly Hotel and a look back through the history of The Kop Magazine featuring Peter 'PAK' King's favourite cartoons, a Red Room revival, a pull-out section of classic articles, our most memorable covers and back pages plus one final Red Alert. We'll also give you the chance to win a night in The Shankly Hotel, £100 bar tab at Liverpool One Bridewell, £100 gift voucher for Campo Retro, a signed Didi Hamann photo and some retro text service goodies from P302.co.uk while Chris McLoughlin and Keith Costigan have penned their final Kop columns. So get yerself a copy of #TheFinalKop Magazine. When they're gone, they're gone – and we will be too. Thanks for reading, enjoy the last edition.

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