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Liverpool Hopes Carling Cup Win Is Just A Start

Written by on February 27, 2012 | 3 Comments »
Posted in Liverpool

Half a century ago just as the Beatles were about to realign the meridian of pop music with the City of Liverpool an effervescent Scot called Bill Shankly was about to do the same thing for English soccer.

Shankly joined Liverpool in 1959 as their manager and set about remaking a team that had fallen on tough times. Promotion to the English top flight in 1962 was followed by league championships and cups and the team quickly became a feared European opponent.

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3 responses to “Liverpool Hopes Carling Cup Win Is Just A Start”

  1. john in burke says:

    Well said, the next few weeks will be telling. I am pulling for Newcastle myself, but I have a feeling Robin Van Persie will make sure that Arsenal stay in the champions league next year by ensuring they finish in the top four.

  2. Tom H says:

    Good article Bobby. This weekend’s game with Arsenal is crucial if they have any hope of Champions League qualification. Maybe after Kuyt’s performance on Sunday, he will start to get regular playing time.

  3. Gus Keri says:

    The most joyful celebration I have ever seen:

    Even an eye injury will stop this young fan:

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