Ronnie Whelan

The gifted successor to Ray Kennedy on the left flank of Liverpool’s midfield, Whelan made a massive contribution to the club’s majestic triumphs under Bob Paisley and Kenny Dalglish in the 1980’s winning six League title medals, three FA Cup, a European Cup and three Milk Cup medals. … Read More

Roy Evans

In August 1974 Liverpool made an addition to their back room staff that led chairman John Smith to say: “We have not made an appointment for the present but for the future. One day Roy Evans will be our manager.” It was a bold statement but one that would … Read More

Sir Geoff Hurst

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Born in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire in 1941, Geoff Hurst secured his place among the World Cup greats when he became the first player to score a hat-trick in a World Cup final (the feat has not been repeated since). Overlooked for the first three World Cup games despite finishing the 1965-66 season as the First Division’s leading … Read More

Steve Kindon

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Steve Kindon was born in Warrington on 17th December 1950. He attended Wade Deacon School in Widnes, and joined Burnley FC as an apprentice straight from school after the manager Harry Potts had seen him playing on a local park. Steve made his league debut just eighteen months … Read More

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