The 1970s were in English football the brilliant years of Liverpool, thanks in large part to Kevin Keegan’s magnificent play. Already in 1973, the twenty-two-year-old football player for the first time became the champion of England. In the same year, Liverpool won the UEFA Cup, and became the first English club to win the national championship and the European Cup in one season. Continue reading
Robert Paisley was a member of the coaching staff of Bill Shankly, in which Liverpool first returned to the top division in the 1960s, then entered the European arena for the first time, and finally, in 1973, won its first European trophy – the UEFA Cup.
Unlike Shankly, Bob Paisley’s entire football career went to Liverpool — he joined the club in 1939, but the debut mainly took place after a few years — the Second World War began, which Paisley ended in Italy. Continue reading
Zbigniew Bonek – born March 3, 1956 in the city of Bydgoszcz (Poland).
The nickname is “the handsome night” (according to one version, it was nicknamed Bonek
ostensibly because he was the best football player in matches with artificial lighting).Clubs are Zavisha (1966-197), Vidzev (1975-1982), Juventus (1982-1985), Roma (1985-1988). Continue reading