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    A Season to Remember – 1987/8

    Posted by Chris Rowland on March 25th, 2015

    A Season to Remember – 1987/8

    By Chris Rowland. The Reds team that had been good enough to win the double in 1985/6 had not been good enough to resist Everton’s challenge the following season, finishing 2nd but nine points behind, as the Merseyside domination of the league in the ‘80s continued – the title remained there for seven consecutive seasons [...]

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