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How Bill Shankly forged the Liverpool FC dynasty

Borussia Dortmund's Siggi Held (right) gets in a cross despite the attention of Liverpool's Chris Lawler, 1966 final ( Witters/Witters/Press Association Images)

The forgotten final: Liverpool’s first European final ends in defeat

Liverpool captain Ron Yeats (top) holds onto the FA Cup as he is hoisted aloft by his jubilant teammates after their 2-1 win: (l-r) Geoff Strong, Yeats, Wilf Stevenson, Peter Thompson, Ian St John, Gerry Byrne, Ian Callaghan - PA Photos/PA Archive/PA Images

Liverpool’s first FA Cup win – the Reds’ “finest hour” of 1965

(L-R) Liverpool's David Fairclough and Phil Thompson celebrate the winning goal (Picture by S&G S&G and Barratts/EMPICS Sport)

The night that left Anfield “shaking” as Supersub delivered for Liverpool

Liverpool's John Toshack (left) beats Everton's Henry Newton (right) in the air, 1972 ( Peter Robinson/EMPICS Sport)

Stanley Park Story: When the Merseyside derby returned after an 11-year break

Tommy Lawrence, Liverpool goalkeeper (Peter Robinson/EMPICS Sport)

Tommy Lawrence: Liverpool’s number one in Bill Shankly’s resurgent team

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Boxing Day, Saturday, December 26, 2015: Flags and banners on the Spion Kop before the Premier League match against Leicester City at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Dundalk, Fulham & Stromgodset – Liverpool FC’s top three biggest ever wins

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Friday, December 26, 2008: A bronze statue of Liverpool's legendary manager Bill Shankly at Anfield. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

You’ve not seen nothing like the mighty Emlyn

LFC Mastermind: The Kop in the Sixties

Liverpool FC – The team that Shankly bred

Liverpudlian takes a walk down memory lane and recounts the glory years as Bill Shankly transformed Liverpool FC into the Club that went on to ‘conquer the bloody World’.