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About Bill Shankly:

Born: September 2, 1913: Glenbuck (Ayrshire), in Scotland.
Passed away: September 29, 1981: Liverpool, in England.

Position: Right half back.

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Career:
Cronberry Eglinton, 1931.
* One month’s trial with Carlisle United: July 20, 1932.
Carlisle United, 1932.
** Transferred to Preston North End for £500.
Preston North End: Signed: May, 1933.
* War time guest player King’s Park: November, 1939.
* War time guest player Luton Town.
* War time guest player Arsenal.
* War time guest player Norwich City.
* War time guest player Liverpool: May, 1942.
* War time guest player Partick Thistle: June, 1944 to October 1945.
** Retired, 1949.
Manager: Carlisle United: Appointed: March 22, 1949.
** Released: June 5, 1951.
Manager: Grimsby Town: Appointed: June, 1951.
** Resigned: January, 1954.
Manager: Workington: Appointed: January 6, 1954.
** Resigned: November 15, 1955.
Reserve team coach: Huddersfield Town: November 1955.
Manager: Huddersfield Town: November 5, 1956.
** Resigned: December 1, 1959.
Manager: Liverpool: Appointed: December 1, 1959.
** Resigned: July 12, 1974.

Image(s):
Lancashire Evening Post, March 5 – 1937.
Bill Shankly 1937

Lancashire Evening Post, March 4 – 1938.

Preston North End, 1937/1938. Bil Shankly back row, number two from the left as you look at the picture.
Preston North End, 1937/1938. Bil Shankly back row, number two from the left as you look at the picture.

Lancashire Evening Post, April 4 – 1938.

Bill Shankly, Preston North End, 1938
Bill Shankly, Preston North End, 1938

Dundee Courier, April 5 – 1938.
Shankly 1938 II

Lancashire Evening Post, May 6 – 1938.

Preston North End, club dance in 1938, after the cup final. Captain Tom Smith in front with Bill Shankly and Bobby Beattie back.
Preston North End, club dance in 1938, after the cup final. Captain Tom Smith in front with Bill Shankly and Robert Beattie back.

The Sunday Post, April 18 – 1943.

The guest of honour at Hampden meets the Scottish team. Czechosloak Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jan Masaryk, shakes hands with Dougie Wallace. Skipper Shankly does the introducing. Alec enters is also in the picture.
The guest of honour at Hampden meets the Scottish team. Czechoslovak Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jan Masaryk, shakes hands with Dougie Wallace. Skipper Shankly does the introducing. Alec enters is also in the picture.

Evening Telegraph, April 1 – 1947.
Shankly 1947

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