Forward Henderson played in 20 of the 28 games and scored ten times as the club won the Second Division title without losing a single match in the 1893/94 season. Liverpool tried unsuccessfully to hold on to their new status in the top division the following season and he was one of the casualties and never played for the club again. Henderson returned to Scotland in November 1894 and later played for Partick Thistle.
"Harry Kewell is a great signing for the Reds - a very versatile footballer, who can play in several positions. He is a proven goal-scorer - a class act & he could become another Ray Kennedy - ghosting in to score vital goals."
Craven Cottage | Sunday 17 Mar 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.