December 30, 1979 They wear red, but they trade in the gold and silver of success … Liverpool F.C., feared, formidable giants of British football.
Friday, December 28 – 1979 Summer holidays best epitomise Bob Paisley. Not for him the fleshpots of the Caribbean or hobnobbing with the rich on
August 11, 1978 Liverpool defender Tommy Smith has rejected Walsall’s offer to take over as player-manager. (Daily Mail: August 11, 1978)
August 9, 1978 Walsall want Liverpool defender Tommy Smith as player-manager. Within hours of Dave Mackay’s departure for a £40,000 job in Kuwait, the ambitious
August 2, 1978 Tommy Smith was flying home from America today after a bitter row with co-owner of the Los Angeles Aztecs Larry Friend. Smith,
Thursday, May 4 – 1978 Tommy Smith admitted defeat yesterday and dropped out of next Wednesday’s European Cup Final with Bruges a week after dropping
December 20, 1977 Liverpool, tolling and struggling to maintain their pre-eminent position as champions of the Football League, are the greatest team in Britain. Furthermore,
December 10, 1977 Key note: “Liverpool turned Carrow Road, Norwich, into a miniature Anfield on Saturday, yet lost 2-1. Why? There is no rational explanation.
December 10, 1977 Liverpool’s iron man Tommy Smith has been getting a briefing this week from his manager. Not on football matter but on Buckingham
December 6, 1977 Key note: “The Kirkby Kids had an Anfield triumph last night as they sparked Liverpool to a six-of-the-best massacre of S.V. Hamburg.
December 3, 1977 Key note: “The Anfield scenario ran very much to routine on Saturday – Liverpool dominating, visitors defending, but a shortage of goals
December 3, 1977 Former Liverpool player Ian Ross, now player-coach of Third Division Peterborough, has never forgotten the lessons he learnt at the Anfield school
September 19, 1977 Key note: “Ian Callaghan has never had a night like it. He missed twice from the penalty spot, succeeded with a third
August 12, 1977 It is something to smile about, this accusation that Liverpool are mad to pay £440,000 for Kenny Dalglish. Especially when you are
August 7, 1977 Key note: “Liverpool won the third place and fair play awards in the Amsterdam international tournament, last night, and not much more
August 5, 1977 Key note: “Pre-season history is repeating itself for Liverpool. A year ago in Holland they lost their first two warm-up games and
August 3, 1977 Key note: “The European Cup holders Liverpool were supposed to play a supporting role to the Kevin Keegan inspired SV Hamburg in
July 20, 1977 Tommy Smith will be a Liverpool player for the next two years. Two months of speculation have ended in agreement between the
July 18, 1977 Tommy Smith’s future with English and European champions Liverpool will be decided at a vital board meeting to-night. Smith, who announced he
July 2, 1977 Just three years ago Liverpool’s capable full back Phil Neal was a virtual unknown with Northampton Town and thinking about giving up
June 25, 1977 Phil Thompson, Liverpool’s lean, lanky Kirkby born defender, helped transform the club’s defensive set-up when he came into the team as a
May 26, 1977 Sixteen-years-old former Liverpool schoolboy Roy Heaney has signed on for Bolton Wanderers and defied doctors’ “orders” that he should not play again
Saturday, April 30 – 1977 Match: Football League, 1st Division, at Anfield. Liverpool – Ipswich Town 2-1 (0-0). Attendance: 56,044 Referee: Mr. P. Willis. Liverpool:
Tuesday, April 26 – 1977 Colin Irwin, a 20-year-old part-timer, is standing by to make his debut for Liverpool against Everton in the FA Cup
January 3, 1976 Match: FA Cup, Third Round, at Upton Park, kick-off: 15:00. West Ham United – Liverpool 0-2 (0-1). Attendance: 32,363. Referee: Mr. P.