Ronnie Moran has had a unique life. His 49 years service as player, coach, assistant manager, caretaker manager and more included some of Liverpool Football Club s most successful eras and he became one of the most respected figures in the game. And his son, Paul, had a unique life. As a football fanatic, he was able to get close to the inner sanctum of the rampant red machine. He got on the team bus, in the dressing room, got behind the scenes at the famous Melwood training ground and even went to the chippy for the players! Now he wants to help preserve his dad's memories in a book that will do justice to a Liverpool legend. Mr Liverpool: Ronnie Moran: is the official life story of one of the most important men in the history of one of European football's giant clubs.
From growing up in the suburbs of his home city, he joined his idols on the football pitch as a player, helping them to promotion from the old Second Division before going on to win the league title as part of Bill Shankly s Anfield revolution. Moving into the backroom team he went on to serve under managers such as Shankly, Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan and Kenny Dalglish, the club winning 26 of its 41 major honours while Ronnie was coaching. He even got to lead the Reds out at Wembley in 1992 as caretaker manager as his side won the FA Cup.
Moran's career was one of dedication, excellence and longevity as he completed 49 seasons on the staff in his various roles, working with some of the best players this country has ever seen. Written by Arnie Baldursson and Carl Clemente of the highly-respected website lfchistory.net, this book is packed with memories from dozens of those players as well as being a historical record of a career which is unlikely to ever be repeated at any top-flight club. Although he now suffers from vascular dementia, Ronnie's own recollections from across the decades are brought together, while his son provides stories and insight into a special time for the Morans and the club. With forewords from Roy Evans and Phil Thompson, and contributions from legends such as Kenny Dalglish, Alan Hansen, Bruce Grobbelaar and Jamie Carragher, this book will fascinate Liverpool fans. Backed by the club itself, no collection of books on the greatest figures in LFC history is complete without Mr Liverpool: Ronnie Moran.
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