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Tributes are today being paid to former Liverpool striker Alan Arnell, who has sadly passed away at the age of 79.
Arnell was signed by Don Welsh in 1953 from Sussex-based amateur outfit Worthing and went on to make 75 appearances in a red shirt, firing 35 goals.
He stayed on Merseyside when he moved over the water to Tranmere Rovers, where he netted a very respectable 34 goals in 68 appearances.
He sadly passed away last Sunday.
Widow Rosemary Arnell said: "Alan and I were childhood sweethearts and it would have been our 60th wedding anniversary next year.
"We loved our time in Liverpool. Our daughter Jacki, now 50, was born in the city.
"We lived in a club house in Greystone Road in Huyton when we first moved up near Billy Liddell.
"Alan was a very good footballer but he was also a very modest man and didn't really talk about himself."
Everybody at Liverpool Football Club would like to pass on their condolences to Alan's family and friends at this time.
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