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A Matter Of Opinion



Football is a game of opinions. Alan Hansen knows this only too well. In his long, distinguished career with Liverpool he faced some fierce public criticism from the media. Now the boot is on the other foot and Hansen himself earns a living as one of football’s most outspoken and popular pundits.

Hansen’s autobiography is as uncompromising as the man himself. Looking back at fourteen victorious years at Anfield, he focuses on the highlights and the inspirational characters – Paisley, Fagan,…

John Barnes: The Autobiography



John Barnes : The Autobiography: A title with a lot to live up to–much like the player’s career itself. From the moment he scored his fantastic goal in the Maracana in Rio versus Brazil in 1984, the pressure was always on Barnes to scale every peak in the game and to do so in a similarly electrifying style. More than a decade and a half later, the abiding memory of the player in the eyes of many football fans is of John Barnes the enigma, the man of great talent who could never quite…

At the End of the Storm: The Remarkable Story of Liverpool FC’s Greatest Ev…



The first post-war Football League campaign of 1946/47 was the longest and most tumultuous ever known. For Liverpool FC, it was the ultimate triumph against adversity. Placing Liverpool’s title triumph in its wider social context, with match-by-match analysis, player profiles and rare photographs, this book tells the story of this feat.New
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I Don’t Know What It Is But I Love It: Liverpool’s Unforgettable 1983-84 Se…


I Don’t Know What It Is But I Love It by Tony Evans – Liverpool and the most unlikely success story in football

Kenny Dalglish. Graeme Souness. Ian Rush. Alan Hansen. Bruce Grobelaar. They rank with the very greatest players ever. But the heroes of 1984 were an unlikely group to make history.

Led by a 63-year old first-time manager and a captain show-off better known for his moves on the dancefloor, Liverpool’s greatest season was a booze-fuelled journey to three trophies: the first division…

A Season on the Brink: Rafael Benitez, Liverpool and the Path to European G…



Paperback. Pub Date: October 2006 Pages: 256 in Publisher: Orion Publishing. When Rafael Benitez was appointed manager of the under-achieving Liverpool at the start of the 2004-2005 season. The reaction of many open fans was’ Who the **** is Rafael Benitez ‘. The Liverpool fans had grown used to French manager Gerard Houllier but he had been a fan of the club himself since his days as a teacher on Merseyside. A Spaniard with admittedly a wonderful record at Valencia was going to take over…