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Pride of Merseyside

Just weeks after the dreadful scenes at the Hillsborough Stadium disaster, Liverpool would face Merseyside neighbours Everton in the 1989 FA Cup final. The game finished 3-2 to the Reds after extra time with a brace from Ian Rush and one from John Aldridge. Stuart McCall bagged both goals for the Toffees. SHOP the official […]

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Player Q&A

90 seconds with Chris ‘Kirky’ Kirkland

The 6ft 6inch stopper made a promising start to his professional career at Highfield Road under the guidance of veteran Sky Blues keeper Steve Ogrizovic. He soon impressed Coventry City manager Gordan Strachan who gave the young 18 year old his debut in the first team back in 1999 and by the end of the […]

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Red Hotspur

England international forward Paul Walsh enjoyed four years at Anfield and White Hart Lane during his professional career. As a red he won the league title in 1986 with Liverpool before moving down the Capital City in 1988 to join Tottenham Hotspur for £500,000. As an hotspur he lifted the FA Cup in 1991 under […]

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FA Cup: Record Breakers

The Football Association Challenge Cup was the first knock out competition of its type when it was founded back in 1871 and it remains the oldest cup competition in World football. Over 150 years have passed but the magic of the cup is still extremely strong with over 700+ teams battling it out to ultimately […]

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Match

Everton 4 Liverpool 4

The location was Goodison Park, Liverpool. The date was Wednesday 20th February 1991 and the occasion was the FA Cup Fifth round replay. Over 37k supporters witnessed one of the greatest FA Cup ties in history as these Merseyside rivals battled out a 4-4 draw. Sit back and enjoy! SHOP the official Everton and Liverpool […]

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Mersey Paradise

Liverpool’s Roger Hunt and Everton’s Ray Wilson parade the Jules Rimet Trophy around Goodison Park after they both helped England to World Cup success back in 1966.

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90 seconds with David ‘Speedo’ Speedie

Born in Scotland but raised in Yorkshire, Speedie worked as a coalminer before signing professional terms with Barnsley in 1978. Without having scored a single goal for Barnsley in 21 appearances, he was off to Darlington where his talent was apparent to Chelsea Manager John Neal, who signed him for £80,000 in May 1982. In his five year spell at Stamford Bridge […]

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Retro Football Manager: The Newcastle Odyssey Part 6

Sid Lambert is a 43-year-old man playing Retro Football Manager on his iPhone. He’s gone back to 1995/96 to take over Newcastle United and put right what once went wrong: beat Manchester United to the title. And he’d love it if he beat them. Love it. The last update saw us nestling comfortably in second […]

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From Liverpool to Madrid

England and Liverpool wonderkid Michael Owen joined fellow Englishman David Beckham at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium to become the latest Galácticos to play in La Liga. Real Madrid signed the Liverpool star for £8 million on 13 August 2004 and during his time with Los Blancos he scored 16 La Liga goals from 26 starts. Following […]

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Charity Shield

Kenny Dalglish’s double winning Liverpool side faced Howard Kendall’s Everton in the all Merseyside 1986 Charity Shield. Adrian Heath had put the Toffees ahead before Ian Rush equalised late on to end the game all level which meant the Shield was shared.

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