This tribute to the finest Liverpool manager ever, Bob Paisley by Ian Herbert, of The Independent fame, was released on 4th May, 2017. It’s available on Amazon as both a hardback book and on Kindle.

Bob Paisley was the quiet man in the flat cap who swept all domestic and European opposition aside and produced arguably the greatest club team that Britain has ever known. Working in a city which was on its knees, in deep post-industrial decline, still tainted by the 1981 Toxteth riots and in a state of open warfare with Margaret Thatcher, he delivered a golden era - never re-attained since - which made Liverpool synonymous with success and won them supporters the world over.

Yet, thirty years since Paisley died, the life and times of this shrewd, intelligent, visionary, modest football man have still never been fully explored and explained. Based on in-depth interviews with Paisley's family and many of the players whom he led to an extraordinary haul of honours between 1974 and 1983, Quiet Genius is the first biography to examine in depth the secrets of Paisley's success.

It inspects his man-management strategies, his extraordinary eye for a good player, his uncanny ability to diagnose injuries in his own players and the opposition, and the wicked sense of humour which endeared him to so many. It reveals an individual who seemed out of keeping with the brash, celebrity sport football was becoming, and who succeeded on his own terms. Three decades on from his death, it is a football story that demands to be told.

The autobiography of Liverpool legend Ronnie Moran was released on 28th Feb, 2017. It’s available on Amazon as both hardback and as on Kindle.

There will, quite simply, never be another Ronnie Moran.

With 49 years of service to Liverpool Football Club in roles such as player, first-team coach and even caretaker manager, he played a massive part in bringing 24 major honours to the club he grew up supporting. He even had the honour of leading the team out at Wembley for the 1992 FA Cup final.

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AN EPIC SWINDLE is the inside story of how Liverpool FC came within hours of being re-possessed by the banks after the shambolic 44-month reign of American owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett. It is the tale of a civil war that dragged Britain’s most successful football club to its knees, through the High Court and almost into administration. One of those football books that takes you inside the inner workings of a football club.

JIMMY CASE is best remembered for a spectacular FA Cup final goal and a deserved reputation as one of football’s genuine hard men. But that does scant justice to a career that covered more than 700 appearances for 7 league clubs and did not end until he retired at the age of 41.

Raised on Merseyside, Jimmy began at his beloved Liverpool, becoming a key player in the all-conquering team of the late 1970s alongside stars like Kevin Keegan, John Toshack, Ray Clemence, Phil Thompson, Kenny Dalglish and his two great mates, Tommy Smith and Ray Kennedy. At Anfield, where he was signed by Bill Shankly and guided by Bob Paisley, Jimmy won a boxful of medals: four league titles, three European cups plus a host of other domestic honours which tell the truth about Jimmy Case – that he had much more than a tough tackle and a ferocious shot. As Jimmy himself says, you couldn’t get in that Liverpool team if you couldn’t play.

A true Liverpool legend, this is a football book that tells some great tales about the glory years of Liverpool Football Club

The autobiography of Liverpool legend Ronnie Moran was released on 28th Feb, 2017. It’s available on Amazon as both hardback and as on Kindle.

There will, quite simply, never be another Ronnie Moran.

With 49 years of service to Liverpool Football Club in roles such as player, first-team coach and even caretaker manager, he played a massive part in bringing 24 major honours to the club he grew up supporting. He even had the honour of leading the team out at Wembley for the 1992 FA Cup final.