Column: Just a load of numbers

8th Oct 2013 - Talking Reds

Author: Harry Hugo
Tagged: Harry Hugo , blog , column , talking reds


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I well remember that Bill Shankly's team played 3 - 5 - 2 back in the mid 60s, with a back 3 of Lawler, Yeats and Byrne. In front was Tommy Smith, the Lucas of his day (and then some), then Callaghan, Milne (or Strong), Stevenson and Thompson, with St. John and Hunt as their Suarez and Sturridge. It didn't half work, too!
8th Oct 2013 12:41