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The Anatomy of Liverpool: A History in Ten Matches

Jonathan Wilson, Scott Murray

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Prose: non-fiction, Football (Soccer, Association football)

Award-winning football writer Jonathan Wilson, author of Inverting the Pyramid, and Scott Murray analyse ten key games that have shaped Liverpool Football Club.

Jonathan Wilson and Scott Murray provide a forensic analysis of ten key Liverpool games that have shaped the club's fortunes over the last century: from the long-lost triumphs of Tom Watson (a 19th-century Bill Shankly) to 1970s European triumphs over the likes of Borussia Monchengladbach and the mind-blowing 2005 comeback against AC Milan.

Aston Villa v. Liverpool
April 1899

Wolves v. Liverpool
May 1947

Liverpool v. Leeds
FA Cup final, May 1965

Liverpool v. Crvena Zvezda
November 1973

Liverpool v. Borussia Monchengladbach
European Cup final, May 1977

Liverpool v. Roma
European Cup final, May 1984

Liverpool v. Nottingham Forest
April 1988

Everton v. Liverpool
February 1991

Roma v. Liverpool
February 2001

AC Milan v. Liverpool
Champions League final, May 2005

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Jonathan Wilson

Jonathan Wilson's Inverting the Pyramid won the National Sporting Club Book of the Year award, and was shortlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year award. His other books include Behind the Curtain: Travels in Eastern European Football; Sunderland: A Club Transformed; The Anatomy of England: A History in Ten Matches; Nobody Ever Says Thank You, a critically acclaimed biography of Brian Clough; The Outsider: A History of the Goalkeeper; The Anatomy of Liverpool; Angels with Dirty Faces: The Footballing History of Argentina; and The Anatomy of Manchester United. He writes for the Guardian, Sports Illustrated and World Soccer, and he is the editor of The Blizzard.

Follow him on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/jonawils

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