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Liverpool FC Legends night tickets

Lanigans in Liverpool

Tuesday 2nd November 2021

8:00pm til 11:30pm

Minimum Age: 18

Liverpool Football Club Legends night

 
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Liverpool FC Legends night on Tuesday 2nd November 2021

Lanigans Irish Bar will be hosting a Liverpool Football Club Legends night

Bruce Grobbelaar, Alan Kennedy and Ragnhild Lund Ansnes.

Bruce Grobbelaar (born 6 October 1957) is a Zimbabwean former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper, most prominently for English team Liverpool between 1981 and 1994, and for the Zimbabwean national team. He is remembered for his gymnastic-like athletic ability, unflappable confidence and eccentric and flamboyant style of play.

Alan Kennedy scored in the 1981 League Cup Final again West Ham, which ended 1–1 and was won by Liverpool in the replay. He scored the equalising goal with 15 minutes left in the game in the 1983 League Cup Final against Manchester United, a match Liverpool went on to win in extra time. Kennedy was on two other League Cup winning teams with Liverpool, in 1982 (against Tottenham Hotspur) and 1984 (against Everton).

In the 1981 European Cup Final against Real Madrid, Kennedy scored the only goal of the match late in the second half.

The 1984 European Cup Final between Liverpool and Roma was tied at 1–1 after extra time, so the winner was determined by penalty kicks. Kennedy scored the decisive penalty (the fifth taken by the team, the fourth that was successful) that clinched the victory for Liverpool.

Kennedy was a regular player on the Liverpool teams that won five league championship titles, in 1978–79, 1979–80, 1981–82, 1982–83 and 1983–84.

Ragnhild Lund Asnes

Since 2007, she has studied the interpersonal perspectives in top football with Liverpool FC as a starting point. She has written two official club books for Liverpool FC ( Liverpool Hearts in 2010 and Liverpool Heroes in 2012), and is the first woman of all time to have written official club books for the iconic club. [1]

In 2016 came her third book on the interpersonal relationships in football, Liverpool captains. Leadership and passion where she has met and interviewed 16 of the greatest surviving captains from Ron Yeats (1961 - 1970) to even Steven Gerrard (2003 - 2013). [2] In addition, she has been the editor of the Norwegian publication of the legendary Liverpool FC manager Bill Shankly's only autobiography Shankly - Straight from the heart in 2013. Her blog, liverpoolhjerter.no, has mostly readers in 41 countries worldwide.

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