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Little Book of Liverpool (Little Books)

Little Book of LiverpoolThe Little Book Of Liverpool this fascinating little book lists all the great players managers and people that have shaped the history of the club
Also there are historical facts and figures about the attendances greatest goalscorers most apperances and lots more
In all this little book makes a great souvenir gift idea for fans of all ages and surely a must have for all dedicated fans measures approx 16x16cms
The Little Book Of Liverpool is an offical licensed product…

Liverpool Player by Player

This sumptuous, lovingly crafted volume offers a comprehensive cavalcade of every footballer to have played for Liverpool. Marching shoulder to shoulder through these pages are heroes such as Steven Gerrard, Kenny Dalglish, Ian St John, Jamie Carragher, Emlyn Hughes and Billy Liddell.New
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Liverpool FC Cult Heroes

Liverpool FC Cult Heroes is devoted to 20 players who, over the years, have won a special place in the hearts of the Anfield faithful – not necessarily the greatest footballers, but a unique brotherhood of mavericks and stalwarts, local lads and big signings. Includes Elisha Scott, Billy Liddell and Joey Jones, Johnston, Carragher and Suarez.

About the Author

Leo Moynihan’s first book, Gordon Strachan: The Biography earned him a nomination for best new writer at the British Sports Book of the…

Why the Queen Will Never Support Liverpool Football Club…and other bits &…

When Liverpool supporter Neil Poole began writing about his beloved team in the summer of 2013, he did so with the long-held conviction that his club could never be so banal and mediocre that the British establishment could embrace it. Initially riding the wave of positivity of Liverpool’s title-challenging season, things took a turn for the worse and, forced to look more closely, he started to have his doubts. Culminating in the sacking of manager Brendan Rodgers and the appointment of…


Season 2013-14 was to emerge as one of the most sensational ever in the long history of Liverpool Football Club.
Back in August, the vast majority of Reds’ fans had reckoned that a successful season would be determined by achieving a coveted Champions League place, yet only on the very last day did the team finally resign itself to missing the title itself and accepting the runners-up spot.
The book describes the season, game by game, with quotes galore from fans and pundits alike both before…