Alan Hansen

Alan Hansen is one of the most successful British footballers of all time, with 17 major honours to his credit. During his 14 years at Liverpool, he won seven Championships, three European Cups, twoFA Cups, four League Cups and one League Super Cup. He was also capped 26 times byScotland. Born in June 1955, Alan Hansen began … Read More

Alan Kennedy

Popular, entertaining and knowledgeable speaker who is now in demand for media work, after dinner functions and corporate events Ex-Newcastle and Liverpool full back Alan Kennedy knows a thing or two about football and he’s brought that knowledge to 105.4 Century FM as one of their sports presenters. … Read More

Bruce Grobbelaar

Bruce Grobbelaar was born in South Africa, October 1957. As a youngster, Grobbelaar was a talented cricketer and was also offered a baseball scholarship in the United States, but a career in football was his main ambition. Bruce Grobbelaar started his football career with the Bulawayo based team – The Highlandersand was followed by a … Read More

David Fairclough

David Fairclough, or ‘Super sub’, renowned for his memorable scoring exploits after stepping off the bench. The label is one Fairclough never relished but has learned to live with as he reflects on his massive medal haul. The flame-haired Liverpool-born raider joined the club during the Bill Shankly … Read More

David Johnson

David Johnson served both Liverpool and Everton with great distinction and went on to win many honours’ through his career. Gaining International caps for England, one of which was against Argentina, with the great Maradona and England winning with Johnson scoring 2 goals.  Dave is considered as one … Read More

Dean Saunders

In his football career Dean started at Swansea City, joined Cardiff City on loan before moving on to Brighton, Oxford United, Derby County, Liverpool, Galatasary, Nottingham Forest, Sheffield United, Benfica and Bradford City. He is currently working as assistant manager to Wales’s manager John Toshack and is appearing … Read More

Dietmar Hamann

Hamann primarily played as a holding midfielder for Liverpool, however he did develop a reputation for having a fearsome shot after such goals as against Leeds United in 2000, Fulham in 2002 and Portsmouth in 2004. Hamann was a key player in Liverpool’s treble winning 2000-01 season, in which … Read More

Gary McAllister

‘Gary Mac’ joined Leeds in 1990 after starring for Leicester, having been linked with a move to Liverpool. McAllister, Batty, Strachan and Speed clicked in midfield and with Cantona up front they created the nucleus of the championship winning team in the 1991-92 season. Macca was voted Leeds’ … Read More

Ian St John

Ian St. John began his career at boyhood favourites Motherwell, where he scored one of the fastest hat-tricks on record: 2 minutes and 30 seconds, against Hibernian in 1959. In 1961, he was purchased by Bill Shankley and transferring to Liverpool F.C. in 1961, for £37,500 more than double the previous highest … Read More

Jan Molby

Hailed by former Liverpool manager and team-mate Kenny Dalglish as “one of the finest midfield players of his generation” the great Dane was a contemporary in the celebrated Ajax youth academy, with Marco van Basten, Frank Rijkaard and Jesper Olsen. He also came under the influence of Dutch … Read More

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