Why Liverpool's living nightmare is far from over and Big Mal was ahead of his time
Liverpool’s living nightmare is not over.
Legal vultures, with insatiable appetites, are hovering.
A demeaning week is about to take a turn for the worse.
Everton will today seek to live up to David Moyes’ depiction of the people’s club.
It’s the last thing Roy Hodgson needs, as he shivers in the shadow of Kenny Dalglish.
A history lesson, for multi-millionaire footballers: Malcolm Allison was a tactical genius.
He treated his players as adults, artists.
He made them think, made them want to be the best.
He was his own man, who defied convention.
Big Mal’s playing career was ended by tuberculosis, which cost him a lung.
A disease from the dark ages created a manager who was ahead of his time.