Author: Peter Jones

Pete is 23 and from Liverpool. He's just finished an MA in History, specialising in Football History. A connoisseur of Merseyside Football looking to broaden his footballing horizons. You can find more of his work here https://peterkj.wixsite.com/football-historian.

A History Of The Anglo-Scottish Cup – 1970 to 1981

A History Of The Anglo-Scottish Cup – 1970 to 1981

Of late there has been discussion that it may be time to scrap the League Cup in both Scotland and England. In the Betfred Cup this year there has bee ...
The Invincibles – Preston North End 1888/89 & Arsenal 2003/04: Which Was The Greater Achievement?

The Invincibles – Preston North End 1888/89 & Arsenal 2003/04: Which Was The Greater Achievement?

[1] There have only ever been two teams that have gone an entire English league season undefeated: Preston North End in the inaugural Football Leag ...
Bill Shankly’s ‘Forgotten’ Barren Period 1966-1973 and Criticisms of his Tenure

Bill Shankly’s ‘Forgotten’ Barren Period 1966-1973 and Criticisms of his Tenure

Bill Shankly will forever be known as a phenomenally influential manager at Liverpool. Because of this, the six trophyless seasons that followed the l ...
Bill Shankly: Socialism & The Relationship With Liverpool’s Fans

Bill Shankly: Socialism & The Relationship With Liverpool’s Fans

One of the best ways to understand Bill Shankly’s relationship with the fans is through Davie’s study of analogy and Liverpool FC. Davie states that, ...
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