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Folk-hero left-back Alan Kennedy scored the winning goal in the 1981 European Cup final against Real Madrid, as well as the nerve-twanging winning shoot-out penalty against AC Roma in 1984, a feat which secured his position in European football history. Kennedy's Way examines Kennedy's footballing career under manager Bob Paisley, and provides a retrospective account of Liverpool's dominance during those years. Drawing on Kennedy's memories of the period, as well as those of other players and backroom staff involved with the Reds at that time, it is an irreverent, revealing account of the dressing-room culture at the club while it was at the height of its powers. This book concludes with reflections on Kennedy's post-playing life, and on the trajectory of Liverpool since the Heysel and Hillsborough tragedies, right up to recent events at the Club, including the exit of Grard Houllier and the team's performance under new manager Rafael Benitez.
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Alan Kennedy's career in football began in 1972. He has played for a number of teams, including Newcastle United, Sunderland and, most famously, Liverpool. He retired from the game in 1991 whilst with Wrexham, during which time he played his 500th game. John Williams has written a number of books on football culture and is also the author of two books on Liverpool Football Club: Into the Red and The Liverpool Way.Review:
"'With the help of other players and backroom staff he examines the club in the Paisley glory years." The Daily Express
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Book Description Mainstream Publishing, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1840188804