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Places I Remember: Liverpool FC European Adventures as Told by the Fans

On 17 August 1964 Liverpool F.C. embarked on a European adventure that started in Reykjavik, Iceland and then over a 50 year period has seen them travel across the Continent to over 30 Countries. During that period an accumulation of trophies were won on far distant shores.
Accompanying the team on each and every one of those trips were the most fervent and loyal supporters who would use any means possible to see their team.
This book is about those fans and the exploits they encountered…

The Little Red Book of Liverpool Fc

The Little Book of Liverpool FC – a book on the Reds like no other, packed with facts, stats, trivia, stories and legends. Liverpool, the most prolific trophy-winning club in the history of domestic and European football, has a rich and varied history.New
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Liverpool 87/88 Uncut

John Barnes shaking his hips and striding past full-backs at pace. Peter Beardsley nimbly jinking his way though defences. John Aldridge, predator-like and clinical. Steve McMahon powering through midfield minefields. Alan Hansen elegant and composed at the back. Steve Nicol rampaging down the flanks. Bruce Grobbelaar at his eccentric best. Anfield packed to the rafters. Kenny Dalglish stood in the dug-out, poking his head out of an oversized coat. Kopites lined up, shoulder to shoulder….