The Boys From The Mersey
Feature by LFC Online
Updated Wednesday, 28th September 2005
The Story of Liverpool's Annie Road End Crew Football's First Clobbered-up Mob , by Nicholas Allt.Click here to buy now
In the late 70s that meant clothes, music and Liverpool FC. He joined a young scallywag crew who dressed different, spoke different and met at the Anfield Road End. Their travels would become legend as the Reds conquered Europe.
The Road Enders were a motley assortment of jibbers, blaggers and fighters to whom every no-entry sign was a challenge and every price tag a joke.
They criss-crossed the Continent with Adidas bags and a few quid between them, joking, thieving, fighting and 'bunking in' to every match - and had the times of their lives.
Now in mass-market paperback format, The Boys From the Mersey is the authentic voice of the sharpest, roughest and funniest bunch of football lads around and the inside account of how they changed the face of terrace culture.
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