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5 August 2016Exclusive interview: Bruce Grobbelaar - 13 medals in 13 years

LFChistory.net wanted to get to know the man behind the myth and what drives Bruce Grobbelaar. More

3 June 2016Review of And The Sun Shines Now by Adrian Tempany

Many might perceive this to be “just another Hillsborough book”. But it is more than that. Much more More

24 March 2016View from the people - Jimmy McGovern

Jimmy McGovern wrote the screenplay for "Hillsborough", his wonderfully evocative screenplay about the eponymous 1989 tragedy. More

18 March 2016Rob Jones - Right-back destined for the top

Rob talks to LFChistory.net about the highs and lows of his remarkable playing career. More

15 March 2016Shankly on the Kop

16 months after leaving the managerial seat at Liverpool, Shankly returned to watch his beloved Liverpool on the Kop among the Reds faithful on 22 November 1975. More

28 February 2016The Liverpool Academy

Rob Jones very kindly invited LFChistory.net to join him at the Liverpool Academy in Kirkby where he currently works as a mentor to the youngsters. More

26 February 2016The Shankly hotel

LFChistory had the great opportunity to spend an evening at the recently opened Shankly hotel in Victoria Street in Liverpool. More

9 February 2016Michael Robinson - leaving Liverpool for Spain

LFChistory.net recently met former striker Michael Robinson in Madrid and had a good chat with him about his career. More

2 February 2016The Untold Story of Billy Howard - Part 2

Last week we introduced you to Billy Howard, an ardent Kopite who also had the pleasure and privilege to be on Liverpool Football Club's books. We hope you will enjoy reading this article as much as we enjoyed interviewing this gentleman. More

29 January 2016The Untold Story of Billy Howard

Greats like Billy Howard have gone by unnoticed, since they never really made an impact on Liverpool FC's first team, but have given so much to the community of Liverpool, working with the local kids and helping them develop through football.and the More

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Danny Ings Danny Ings will feel like a new signing for Liverpool having suffered a terrible injury in his first season after scoring three goals in nine games. More

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Quote "Now, I want to make it clear I’ve no axe to grind with Andy. I found him to be a good lad and his spell at the club wasn’t without highlights. He did what every Liverpool No 9 should do and scored two winning goals against Everton, including one at Wembley in the 2012 FA Cup semi-final. I wanted Liverpool to sign him, especially after he tormented our defence one day at St James’ Park. If we could have got him for between £12-15m, it would have been good business. The feeling around the club when we were in for him was that maybe he could mature into our Didier Drogba. Unfortunately, though, Liverpool’s decision to pay £35million was a big mistake and it never did Andy any favours. He started well, with two goals against Manchester City on his first start, but it quickly became apparent he wasn’t the right fit for the club. In training, he’d complain if the ball was not flung into the box — and I don’t mean from out wide. He wanted the ball to come in to him from close to the halfway line, but at Liverpool that was never going to happen. " <br><br> There were other things. He found the intensity of playing three games every week difficult. Before he might have been used to getting himself right for a match on a Saturday, then spending time socially with his mates — as we all did when we were young — but at Liverpool the training and professional demands are relentless. He would very rarely complete a full week on the training field at Melwood and, eventually, that takes a toll. If you aren’t fully conditioned, you are susceptible to injuries and Andy suffered his fair share. Another major issue was the fact he lacked pace. He suits the way Sam Allardyce operates and is West Ham’s focal point but at Liverpool that would never have been the case. Andy may feel Brendan made the decision about him too quickly but it was the right call."

Carra on Andy Carroll in April 2014

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    The date of death has been added to the relevant players' profiles <a href="/Players/Player/Profile/521">like this one.</a>. George Allan only lived to be 24 years old.
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    With massive help from our friend Torsten Probst we've been adding kickoff times to all the official matches in our database. We have now every kick off time from 1900 to 2013.
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