Lowry was one of a number of reserve-team players Bill Shankly used in the final meaningless League match of the 1964/65 season away to Wolverhampton, with the FA Cup final to be played only five days later. Despite their inexperience, the 'reserves' won this Molineux League fixture 3-1 but Lowry never played for Liverpool's first team again. The full-back became a firm fixture at fourth division Crewe, setting the club's appearances record of 475 games from 1966-1977.
At the game against derby earlier in the season, sat in 103 in the kop and the announcer starts his usual "stand by for operation anfield excercise" and this fella a few rows in front of me jumps to his feet and starts doing star jumps! Was pissing me self.
Anfield | Tuesday 19 Feb 2019
LFChistory.net was fortunate enough to spend a fair bit of time recently with Jamie and his dad, Philly, who is a legend in his own right!
LFChistory.net is very happy to have linked up with Steve Hothersall's Kick-off show on Radio City Talk.
deCoubertin Books are excited to announce the publication of the autobiography of legendary Liverpool goalkeeper, Bruce Grobbelaar, Life in a Jungle.