By Chris Rowland.
But one of the side’s key players was something of an unsung hero – despite matching joint top scorer Albert Stubbins goal for goal as Liverpool won the first division Championship for the first time for nearly a quarter of a century.
Despite captaining the champions.
Despite being a scouser born and bred (born in West Derby, Liverpool, in 1916).
Despite being a tremendously skilful and clever player as well as a prolific scorer throughout his 300+-match career at Anfield (he remains one of few players who’ve scored 100 or more goals for the Reds in all competitions, an agonising 99 of them in the league).
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