In 2020, Liverpool Football Club reclaimed its position as the number one football team in England. But it was a journey that had taken the world-famous club 30 years; a journey that was filled with drama, intrigue, and numerous false dawns.
Written by a lifelong Liverpool fan, this is a dramatic story of highs and lows, and how the club overcame their extended wait to become Champions Again!
Featuring analysis of the managers, the players (good and bad), and the owners who have come and gone, this is a rollercoaster ride from the success of 1990 through the disappointments that were endured during a three-decade hiatus. Covering the triumphs and travesties – and the incidents and tragedy – along the way, this book celebrates the reappearance of Liverpool FC at the pinnacle of English football.
Ian Carroll is a published writer of fiction and non-fiction, and was the Script Editor for the play ‘Waiting for Hillsborough’, which won the Liverpool Echo Best Writing award. He was born in 1966, and named after Ian St John, who scored the winning goal in the 1965 FA Cup final – the first time in the club’s history that they had won the cup – and has been a Liverpool football fan since the day he was born.
Liverpool Football Club, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and other individuals listed in this book, are not associated with this publication in any manner.