Walk On: My Life in Red
Simon and Schuster, 08/09/2011 - 304 من الصفحات
Ronnie Whelan was a mainstay of the iconic 1980s Liverpool FC side that won six League Championships, two FA Cups, three League Cups as well an unforgettable European Cup. Under the management of Kenny Dalglish, Whelan and his club team mates, including Alan Hansen, John Barnes and Bruce Grobbelaar, formed one of the finest club sides in English football history - a side that is dear to the hearts of Liverpool fans to this day.
It was also, though, a time of great tragedy; when the twin disasters of Heysel and Hillsborough devastated the club and its supporters. In this frank and full-hearted autobiography, Ronnie Whelan tells the story of the good and the bad times at the club, as well as his international career with Ireland.
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The Liverpool Way?
In Sunshine and in Shadow
The Man Comes Around
Crooked 16 Assassins
The Generation Game
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