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Sportspeople from Liverpool: John Parrott, Steve McManaman, Wayne Rooney, Joey Barton, Robbie Fowler, Steven Gerrard, Billy Liddell

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Published December 19th 2012
ISBN : 9781153689915
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218 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 216. Chapters: Steve McManaman, Wayne Rooney, Joey Barton, Robbie Fowler, Steven Gerrard, Billy Liddell, PhilMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 216. Chapters: Steve McManaman, Wayne Rooney, Joey Barton, Robbie Fowler, Steven Gerrard, Billy Liddell, Phil Edwards (footballer), Lee McEvilly, Jamie Carragher, John Aldridge, John Hulley, Billy Paynter, Ron Atkinson, Kevin Nolan, Steve Coppell, Jonathan Marray, Stephen Clemence, Shaun Whalley, Chris Shuker, Rickie Lambert, Greg Tansey, John Paul Kissock, Steve McMahon, James Wallace (footballer), Bill Smith (fell runner), Phil Jevons, Peter Reid, Dave Jones (footballer born 1956), Mike Newell (footballer), Kevin McLeod, Tony Warner, Paul Jewell, Leighton Baines, Francis Jeffers, James McEveley, Steve Davies (footballer born 1987), Clayton McDonald, Scott Dann, Tom Smith (cricketer born 1985), Danny Coid, Paul Kelly (fighter), Gary Taylor-Fletcher, Jimmy Case, Jay Spearing, Lee Trundle, Andrew Mangan, Paul Connolly, Liam Watson (footballer), Joe Royle, Stephen Wright (English footballer), Micky Quinn, Sammy Lee (footballer), Adam Hammill, Tommy Smith (footballer born 1945), Lee Peltier, Terry Etim, Roy McFarland, John Conteh, John Lawless (footballer), Ian Callaghan, Stephen Darby, John Rooney (footballer), Roy Evans, Gary Brabin, Louis Page, Bryan Hughes, Phil Thompson, Gary Ablett (English footballer), John Bishop (comedian), Alex Smith (footballer born 1976), Carl Baker, Alan Navarro, John Parrott, Tony Bellew, Tony Crane, Frank Soo, David Price (boxer), Harry Storer, Jr., David Johnson (footballer born 1951), Danny Mitchley, Alan Stubbs, Paul Lodge, Ryan Taylor (footballer born 1984), Ben Kay, Angela Buxton, Adriano Rigoglioso, John Durnin, David Fairclough, Nel Tarleton, Jimmy Melia. Excerpt: Steven McManaman (born 11 February 1972) is a retired English footballer who played as a midfielder, winger and playmaker. Having spent his playing career at two of European footballs most successful clubs of the 20th century, Liverpool and Real Madrid, as well as a spell at Manchester City, McManaman is the most decorated English footballer to have played at any foreign club in terms of trophies won overseas. McManaman was the first British player to win the UEFA Champions League title twice, and was also the first English footballer to win the Champions League with a non-English club. In 2008, he was ranked third in a Top 10 of greatest British footballers to play overseas, just behind Kevin Keegan and John Charles. He is also notable for a contractual saga in the late 1990s, that resulted in his football transfer becoming one of the most controversial and high profile Bosman ruling related transfers of all time, with the deal resulting in McManaman once becoming the highest paid British player in history, for the years 1999 through 2001. After his retirement as a player in 2005, he became a football pundit for Setanta Sports and was an associate producer on the film Goal! 2. He was an ESPN analyst for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa and currently works as an English based in-game analyst alongside Ian Darke for ESPNs US and UK coverage of the Premier League, FA Cup, Major League Soccer and Euro 2012. McManaman grew up as an Everton supporter, but when Everton offered the player a one-year contract after making a name for himself at tournaments for school and around Merseyside, McManamans father rejected it in favour of a schoolboy contract and two-year apprenticeship offer from Liverpool. McManaman signed as an apprentice upon leaving school in 1988. As an apprentice, McManaman was under the mentoring of John Barnes whom he was being groomed to replace. A natural athlete and cross country champion at schools level (once beating Curtis Robb), he develop