Bill Shankly

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Liverpool Echo
Lucas Leiva proves he still loves Liverpool with Instagram nod to Bill Shankly - Liverpool Echo The Lazio midfielder left Anfield in the summer after 10 yea
Liverpool Echo / Posted yesterday
- Liverpool Echo The Lazio midfielder left Anfield in the summer after 10 years as a Liverpool His decade of service at Liverpool may have ended in the summer, but Lucas... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
World premiere of Bill Shankly film to be in Liverpool. - Liverpool Echo Philharmonic Hall to stage "Shankly: Nature's Fire" Update
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 days ago
. - Liverpool Echo Philharmonic Hall to stage "Shankly: Nature's Fire" Updated16:07, 21 SEP 2017 “Shankly: Nature’s Fire”, produced by the team behind the upcoming Blade Runner 2049 sequel,... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Is Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp REALLY under pressure?“reason”.Which one is better? After all, if we look at overall win percentages
Liverpool Echo / Posted 4 days ago
“reason”.Which one is better? After all, if we look at overall win percentages, Gerard Houllier was more successful than Bill Shankly, and even the learned Frenchman would be the first to admit that isn't the case. That people are talking about... Read more
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Liverpool FC
50 Men Who Made LFC: Tommy Smithanyone unfortunate enough to have been on the receiving end of one of his bone-
Liverpool FC / Posted 6 days ago
anyone unfortunate enough to have been on the receiving end of one of his bone-crunching tackles would no doubt testify. Bill Shankly once claimed that his centre-half “wasn’t born, he was quarried” but, contrary to the claims of his critics,... Read more
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walesonline
What happened when this team of ex-cons and addicts played rugbyFormer Liverpool manager Bill Shankly famously once said: "Some people think fo
walesonline / Posted 8 days ago
Former Liverpool manager Bill Shankly famously once said: "Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I don't like that attitude. I can assure them it is much more serious than that." It's a quote that has gained more mileage in sport... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Picking a weakness in each Prem contenderreplace him in any case. As other clubs modernise their structures, Wenger reta
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 8 days ago
replace him in any case. As other clubs modernise their structures, Wenger retains the type of control that managers like Bill Shankly and Matt Busby enjoyed half a century ago. Until Wenger's position changes, and that can only realistically... Read more
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Liverpool FC
Henderson: We're constantly inspired by LFC's historywe wear a badge on the shirt with the number '5' on it. Every day at Melwood we
Liverpool FC / Posted 8 days ago
we wear a badge on the shirt with the number '5' on it. Every day at Melwood we walk in past the European Cup, a bust of Bill Shankly and a wall marking all the trophies the club has won. It's the same at Anfield – and, by the way, rightly so.... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Peter Moore - Why Liverpool Football Club needs to show that it caresapproved of by the two men in the pictures looking over his shoulder as he stan
Liverpool Echo / Posted 9 days ago
approved of by the two men in the pictures looking over his shoulder as he stands working at that desk. One, of course, is Bill Shankly....the other a certain former Garston publican whose boy very much done good.The numbers from last season The... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Ranking Liverpool's Best Champions League Nights at Anfieldthe second group stage and into the knockout rounds. The occasion, however, wa
Bleacher Report / Posted 11 days ago
the second group stage and into the knockout rounds. The occasion, however, was about more than any result. The great Bill Shankly once raised eyebrows when he suggested football was "much more important" than life or death. For Gerard... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Why Guardiola can't match Shankly in his 5-0 defeat of Liverpoolyears ago - on October 4, 1958 - when the Reds last lost by such a scoreline.
Liverpool Echo / Posted 13 days ago
years ago - on October 4, 1958 - when the Reds last lost by such a scoreline. And the man responsible was none other than Bill Shankly. Not for the defeat, of course, Shankly not beginning his Anfield revolution until December the following... Read more
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Empire Of The Kop
Defensive woes, a difficult debut, & a new test- Five talking points from Liverpool’s defeat to Man Cityto Man City Setbacks in the mould of Saturday’s 5-0 defeat to Manchester City
Empire Of The Kop / Posted 14 days ago
to Man City Setbacks in the mould of Saturday’s 5-0 defeat to Manchester City call for the wisdom and spirit of a classic Bill Shankly quote. One in particular springs to mind: “If you can’t support us when we lose or draw, don’t support us when... Read more
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Anfield Index
Liverpool and the Lack of Fightwho we’re playing. The last time we lost 5-0 away from home was against Hudders
Anfield Index / Posted 14 days ago
who we’re playing. The last time we lost 5-0 away from home was against Huddersfield in 1958. Their manager at the time was Bill Shankly. There’s been a spate of tweets lately saying ‘Support and believe.’ I’d like to think I do both – certainly... Read more
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walesonline
Fan's faith in Warnock's transfers suggests something specialJohn Toshack has a favourite saying he picked up from his days under Bill Shank
walesonline / Posted 21 days ago
John Toshack has a favourite saying he picked up from his days under Bill Shankly. It went: “The only thing that surprises me in football is that people are surprised”. Still, for supporters from a club who still voice the selling of Toshack to... Read more
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express
Dementia suffer stuns carers by revealing he played at Wembley after film jogs memory– but carers recalled he had once quite liked football. Pensioner Bill Corbett
express / Posted 21 days ago
– but carers recalled he had once quite liked football. Pensioner Bill Corbett with team mate a football manager legend Bill Shankly They played him old footage of a match and were astonished when he revealed he knew many of the players. He... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain makes history by swapping Arsenal for Liverpoolwas part of three European Cup winning teams, while Strong helped Liverpool lif
Liverpool Echo / Posted 24 days ago
was part of three European Cup winning teams, while Strong helped Liverpool lift the FA Cup for the first time under Bill Shankly. The last player to go the other way was Jimmy Carter, who Liverpool sold to Arsenal for £500,000 in October... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Board as Complicit as Wenger in Arsenal's State of Perpetual Purgatoryanger rather than pity over a good man's quandary is to fail to understand what
Bleacher Report / Posted 24 days ago
anger rather than pity over a good man's quandary is to fail to understand what it is to be human. When legendary manager Bill Shankly quit Liverpool in 1974 he realised it was the worst decision of his life pretty much from the moment he made it.... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Football journalist Mike Cockerill dies aged 57was farewelled. On the day of a Socceroos game dominated by selection gossip an
Adelaide Now / Posted 24 days ago
was farewelled. On the day of a Socceroos game dominated by selection gossip and speculation, we’re reminded anew that Bill Shankly was wrong - football isn’t actually anything to do with life and death. Mike was a fearsome chaser of a story,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Football journalist Mike Cockerill dies aged 57was farewelled. On the day of a Socceroos game dominated by selection gossip an
Herald Sun / Posted 24 days ago
was farewelled. On the day of a Socceroos game dominated by selection gossip and speculation, we’re reminded anew that Bill Shankly was wrong - football isn’t actually anything to do with life and death. Mike was a fearsome chaser of a story,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Football journalist Mike Cockerill dies aged 57was farewelled. On the day of a Socceroos game dominated by selection gossip an
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 days ago
was farewelled. On the day of a Socceroos game dominated by selection gossip and speculation, we’re reminded anew that Bill Shankly was wrong - football isn’t actually anything to do with life and death. Mike was a fearsome chaser of a story,... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Was this Liverpool's greatest ever European goal?for the first leg of the European Cup semi final. Roger Hunt's early volley ha
Liverpool Echo / Posted 29 days ago
for the first leg of the European Cup semi final. Roger Hunt's early volley had been cancelled out by Sandro Mazzola when Bill Shankly 's men went back in front on 34 minutes with one of the slickest set-piece moves Anfield has ever seen before or... Read more
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SportingNews
McGregor & Mayweather have got nothing on Zlatan, Mourinho & Maradonathe 2002 World Cup. "If Everton were playing at the bottom of my garden, I'd d
SportingNews / Posted 29 days ago
the 2002 World Cup. "If Everton were playing at the bottom of my garden, I'd draw the curtains." Legendary Liverpool boss Bill Shankly enjoyed nothing more than mocking the Merseysiders' city rivals. "First, I went left; he did too. Then I went... Read more
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Goal.com
McGregor & Mayweather have got nothing on football's most infamous insultsthe 2002 World Cup. "If Everton were playing at the bottom of my garden, I'd d
Goal.com / Posted 29 days ago
the 2002 World Cup. "If Everton were playing at the bottom of my garden, I'd draw the curtains." Legendary Liverpool boss Bill Shankly enjoyed nothing more than mocking the Merseysiders' city rivals. "First, I went left; he did too. Then I went... Read more
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Soccer Lens
On This Day in Football: Kidnappers release Di Stefano, Riverside opensthe most peculiar publicity stunt in the history of documentary cinema. The Sh
Soccer Lens / Posted 29 days ago
the most peculiar publicity stunt in the history of documentary cinema. The Shankly Gates Liverpool’s legendary manager Bill Shankly sadly passed away in 1981 from a heart-attack. To immortalise his invaluable service to the club, Liverpool... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Coutinho and Sanchez Need to Park Personal Ambition to Focus on Job in Handat Liverpool but will he buckle down after missing out on Barcelona move?Boris
Bleacher Report / Posted 30 days ago
at Liverpool but will he buckle down after missing out on Barcelona move?Boris Streubel/Getty Images As a peerless orator, Bill Shankly could play a crowd like Ludwig van Beethoven did a piano. After Liverpool won the FA Cup in 1974 he stood on the... Read more
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Liverpool FC
Iconic images: Shankly passes the baton to PaisleySixth in the series is a photograph that shows Bill Shankly holding aloft his s
Liverpool FC / Posted 30 days ago
Sixth in the series is a photograph that shows Bill Shankly holding aloft his seventh, and final, major trophy as Liverpool manager along with his assistant and successor, Bob Paisley. "I felt tired from all the years...my mind was made up. If we... Read more

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