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Manager: Bill Shankly : Although Shanks is gone now, his spirit will live on at Anfield
Ian Callaghan : Went on to pick up an M.B.E. Still showing skill and precision, as a member of Littlewoods' "Spot the Ball" panal.
Bobby Graham : Often dogged by injury, the young Scot wore the red shirt 123 times. Now living in Motherwell.
Emlyn Hughes : Crazy Horse captained Liverpool and England. But his ultimate triumph was leading his side on "A Question of Sport". He now runs a corporate entertainment company.
Chris Lawler : He helped the Reds climb the ladder. Now he climbs one himself working for a roofing and building company.
Alec Lindsay : After serving his team as a brilliant left back, "Linds" is now serving pints at the Foundry Arms at Leigh, Lancashire.
Tom Smith : The "Iron Man" still make the pages of the 'Liverpool Echo' in his weekly column.
Ian St.John : The Saint teamed up with that funny bald bloke on TV (Jimmy Greaves). But now he's a pundit for ITV and Radio City.
Geoff Strong : A great all-rounder, Strongy is now in the hotel fitting and furnishing business in Liverpool.
Peter Thompson : Pancho is in adifferent game of two halves now, as owner of the Hare & Hounds pub, in Windermere.
Ron Yeats : Nicknamed "Rowdy" after Clint Eastwood's TV cowboy. He now tracks down sharpshooters as Chief Scout for Liverpool FC.
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