Liverpool Football Club was a legend long before Rafael Benitez managed them to European Cup glory in his first season at Anfield. Shankly, Paisley, Fagan and Dalglish are just four of his illustrious predecessors, while the red half of merseyside have been expecting glory - and getting it - since the mid 1960s.
This book takes an alphabetical look at today's stars, yesterday's heroes and the many different facets of Liverpool FC, its triumphs and tragedies.
Features include derby games against near-neighbours Everton, many Wembley cup finals and of course the Kop, the loudest and most knowledgeable supports in the land.
This unique DVD Book includes the FA Cup Final of 1974, relive all the action on this fantastic 120-minute DVD featuring Bill Shankly's last trophy win.
Bad football. Boardroom unrest. Financial turmoil. Long-suffering fans. Owls: Sheffield Wednesday Through the Modern Era is the story of a football club struggling to find its way in an ever-changi...