|10||West Ham United|
|2||Red Star Belgrade|
|10||West Ham United|
|1||European Fairs Cup|
|Total||Goal minute period|
|100||07.02.1973||Manchester City||Maine Road||FA Cup|
|200||13.03.1976||Birmingham City||St Andrews||League|
The Daily Mirror on 6 December, 1963.
From the Liverpool Echo in November 1974.
By Mark Platt on 16 August 2006.
The Coventry Evening Telegraph report on Liverpool - Birmingham City on 11.10.1975.
The 21-year-old John Toshack was at the time Liverpool's most expensive buy.
The side that plays Manchester United tomorrow bears the mark of a manager who has figured out the English game. Article from the Guardian on 21.01.2006.
John Toshack and Kevin Keegan were the quintessential strike pair.
From the Daily Mirror on 21 November, 1974.
It is maybe a little known fact by many Liverpool supporters that Toshack has tried his hand at poetry. "Gosh it's Tosh" is one of his creations.
"I'm not sure Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley ever had a coaching badge between them at Liverpool. but the basis of everything I've done in coaching, I learned at Liverpool between 1970 and 1978. I've never seen anything to change my mind since. It's paying attention to the small things, what Shanks called the recipe."
"The greatest achievement in football since the Second World War."
Shankly on John Toshack's feat to take Swansea from the Fourth Division to top of the First
"If somebody had told me when I left Liverpool that Real Madrid would dispense with my services twice I'd have said, 'Where do I sign?'"
"I don't like champagne, I don't smoke cigars, I haven't any real jewellery at all, apart from the 8 pieces of gold I picked up at Anfield, the most important relationship at a football club is not between the manager and the chairman, but the players and the fans."
"Myself and Kevin Keegan worked up a good understanding and as a partnership we flourished. We seemed to hit it off from almost day one and then got better and better as time went by."
"Toshack was a wonderful player to play alongside. His aerial ability was fantastic and I always knew that he was going to win the high balls. From then on it was just a question of me reading which way the ball was going to go and from those situations we created many chances. I always admired Tosh's honesty as a player. He was a nice approachable lad and he did a really great job for the club during his time here."
Kevin Keegan on his striking partner, John Toshack
"Welcome to Liverpool, son. You have come from Sunday School into Church."
What Bill Shankly told John Toshack when he greeted him at Lime Street Station on 11 November 1970
|Club||Season||Club rank||League apps||League goals||Total apps||Total goals|
|Cardiff City||1965-1966||England Second Division||8||6||9||6|
|Cardiff City||1966-1967||England Second Division||23||10||25||10|
|Cardiff City||1967-1968||England Second Division||35||11||45||13|
|Cardiff City||1968-1969||England Second Division||41||22||46||24|
|Cardiff City||1969-1970||England Second Division||39||17||47||20|
|Cardiff City||1970-1971||England Second Division||16||8||21||13|
|Swansea City||1977-1978||England Fourth Division||13||6||13||6|
|Swansea City||1978-1979||England Third Division||28||13||34||14|
|Swansea City||1979-1980||England Second Division||16||5||22||9|
|Swansea City||1980-1981||England Second Division||3||0||5||0|
|Swansea City||1981-1982||England First Division||0||0||0||0|
|Swansea City||1982-1983||England First Division||0||0||0||0|
|Swansea City||1983-1984||England Second Division||3||1||4||1|