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It may only be a chance and it might be slim. Back in the season, three before the start of the Premier League era, Liverpool had three matches left and a game in hand over second-placed Aston Villa, needing four points to clinch the old first division championship. Roy Wegerle, a future U. But Ian Rush tied the score off a cross from Nicol in the 40th, Nicol was tripped by Danny Maddix at the edge of the penalty area, and John Barnes sent goalkeeper David Seaman sprawling the wrong way to convert the penalty kick in the 65th. Villa was tied at home against Norwich, and in the pre-internet era fans at Anfield listened on transistor radios waiting for the final whistle.

Liverpool had won just five titles and was in the second division when it hired Bill Shankly from Huddersfield in December He would meet in tight quarters there with his staff to have a cuppa and talk football. There are no featured audience reviews for Long Wait at this time. Top Box Office. More Top Movies Trailers. Certified Fresh Picks. Castle Rock: Season 2. Fear the Walking Dead: Season 5.

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