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Views some of the most colorful characters to have played for the club during that period The resulting interviews set against the historical backdrop of both the club and the city provide a vivid portrait of life at Liverpool during an era when the club's unparalleled on pitch success often went hand in hand with a boozy social scene frau. Brilliant

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A stellar selection of former Liverpool players including John Barnes Nigel Spackman and Ronnie Moran candidly recollect their memories of the club's eventful 1980s era During the 1980s Liverpool Football Club dominated English soccer winning seven league titles two European Cups two FA Cups and four League Cups Here Simon Hughes inter. I must say that this was a very insightful book into the players that made up one of the greatest football teams of the 80 s Players that are well known such as John Barnes and Bruce Grobelaar share their memories of being in a very good Liverpool at a time when the country was going through a political upheaval and the city went through changes that reshaped it Lesser known players such as Howard Gayle and Michael Robinson give another side of the story as they explain the difficulties in trying to establish themselves into a team that was full of winners A lot of laughs and a few melancholy moments make this a worthy read for both Liverpool fans and anyone interested in sport from the 80 s

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Ght with rows fights and wind ups Former Liverpool players John Barnes Bruce Grobbelaar Howard Gayle Michael Robinson John Wark Kevin Sheedy Nigel Spackman Steve Staunton David Hodgson and Craig Johnston as well as first team coach Ronnie Moran all candidly recollect their memories of this exciting time in Liverpool Football Club's history. I finished this book somewhat deflated Having idolised the Liverpool players of the 80 s the icons who attracted me to become a lifelong supporter it is sad to be disillusioned by hearing that they are indeed human Nevertheless it is interesting to hear about their lives difficulties and personalities They knew how to drink and party Yet they took their football seriously A compelling read for any Liverpool supporter


10 thoughts on “The Red Machine

  1. says:

    Red Machine is a meticulously crafted book filled with characters so different individually and yet collectively they forme

  2. says:

    I must say that this was a very insightful book into the players that made up one of the greatest football teams of the 80's Players that are well known such as John Barnes and Bruce Grobelaar share their memories of being in a very good Liverpool at a time when the country was going through a political upheaval and the city went t

  3. says:

    If you are a Liverpool supporter and want an insight into how the club works then this is the book for youIt provides candid honest accounts from all manner of people who have played all types of roles within the suad from the introvert to the outrageously extravert each character provides a sterling summary of their time at the clubThe real genius of the book for me lies in its pace It doesn’t spend too long or too li

  4. says:

    Good readThe different characters all blend well to make a well rounded book Read two others in this set and all excellent

  5. says:

    Brilliant

  6. says:

    Loved hearing the stories from some of the lesser known liverpool players at the time as well as some well known ones

  7. says:

    Why was the all conuering Liverpool side of the 1980s one of the greatest teams UK football has ever produced? Journalist footie fan and proud Scouser Simon Hughes decided to find out by talking to ten of them plus long time coach Ronnie Moran It's an intriguing pitch for a sports book and Simon's a good writer

  8. says:

    Great readI reckon this book would be a good read for any football fan especially any Liverpool FC fan I began

  9. says:

    I finished this book somewhat deflated Having idolised the Liverpool players of the 80's the icons who attracted me to become a lifelong supporter it is sad to be disillusioned by hearing that they are indeed human Nevertheless it is interesting to hear about their lives difficulties and personalities They knew how to drink and pa

  10. says:

    Some nice insights especially from those not always at the forefront of the reds 80s domination Four stars for LFC fans Three stars for anyone else

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