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17 May 2018Give legends a worthy resting place

Kieran Smith leads a noble effort to give the legends of Liverpool Football Club a proper resting place. More

1 March 2018Mr Liverpool - special price just for you my friend!

A year has passed since our biography on Ronnie Moran was published by Sport Media that offers you now to buy LFChistory.net's third book for only £13.99. More

16 November 2017The Red Journey: Oral history

This book is the latest offering from Mark Platt who from variety of sources and his own interviews offers insight into the minds of those who have graced Liverpool Football Club's history. More

7 September 2017A Banquet Without Wine

Anthony Stanley’s account of how Liverpool fell from their perch in the 90s is truly excellent. More

25 August 2017Sami Hyypia - The rock at the back

LFChistory had a frank discussion with the simply brilliant Sami Hyypia, a fantastic player and a genuine fella. More

27 June 2017Review of Liverpool's Newspaper history

Historic Newspapers is a back-issue newspaper company that holds the world’s largest archive of original newspapers. More

9 June 2017Review of Quiet Genius

The question is what Ian Herbert, who is the Independent's chief sportswriter and former deputy editor of the Liverpool Daily Post, can add to Bob Paisley's legacy. More

13 May 2017Terry lives for the moment

A review of Terry McDermott's autobiography. More

22 March 2017RIP Mr Liverpool

Only three weeks ago the book we wrote about Ronnie Moran "Mr Liverpool" was published. This morning Ronnie passed away. More

19 March 2017Rare and unseen pictures of Berry Nieuwenhuys

LFChistory.net is pleased to be able to share with you these images that are from Carole Jean Richards, Berry Nieuwenhuys' daughter. More

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Eddie Spicer Garston lad Eddie Spicer went on to become league champion with Liverpool in 1947. A horrific leg break (broken in 19 places after a collision with his own keeper) put an abrupt end to his love affair with football. More

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Quote "These moves are always a gamble, but I think this is a good one. He's an exciting player of a type that Brazilian football hasn't produced too many of recently. Of late their central midfielders have tended to be 'holders' who sit and allow the full-backs to push forward. Lucas is different. He's a big, blonde figure whose power and physical strength comes with attacking ability. He can pass well and loves to rumble forward. He gets on the scoresheet both with blistering shots from range and from bursting beyond the strikers. <br><br> You can certainly imagine him playing alongside Javier Mascherano, for example. I don't have the same fears for him as I did with Paletta. He's had two full seasons behind him - one helping Gremio win promotion from the second division, and then last year's success when he was chosen as the player of the championship. In a perfect world you might want him to stay another year before moving on, but (a) Gremio need to sell to balance the books and (b) with Liverpool's strength in depth in central midfield it looks as if his first campaign will be a bedding in season.

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