How Liverpool’s dominance was expertly challenged but various managerial masterminds in the 1980s

How Liverpool’s dominance was expertly challenged but various managerial masterminds in the 1980s

The 1980s were a decade dominated by Liverpool, where they were led in the dugout by Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan and Kenny Dalglish, all of whom kept the Anfield empire rolling toward regular league titles. Yet they were constantly challenged by the rise of an unexpected rival, be from Ron Saunders’ Aston Villa and Howard Kendall’s Everton to George Graham’s Arsenal and Brian Clough’s at Nottingham Forest. This is the story of a remarkable decade for English football.

 

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Panellists:

Steven Scragg // @Scraggy_74

Gary Thacker // @All_Blue_Daze

Paul Mc Parlan // @paulmcparlan

Tom Scholes // @_TomScholes

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