From the publisher:
THE TELEGRAPH SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR 2020 SHORTLIST
"On the banks of the River Mersey is a city with a radical character, shaped by its geography and the achievements of its community - in music, culture and politics. Liverpool is now defined mostly by its appetite for football and the continental successes of its most renowned club. What then does it mean to be a local 'Red' - sculpted by the city's social history - in an age of global expansion? Former players, dedicated fans and civic leaders explain the relationship between the club they support and the city of their birth, exploring the events and moments in time that moulded their unique identity. This is the story of Liverpool, a club and its city."
Daniel Fieldsend is a UEFA qualified academy coach and scout working for Liverpool Football Club. He has worked in the football industry for many years, following the completion of a BSc degree in Football Studies. Alongside his current academy role, he is the Liverpool FC researcher for the Football Manager series. As a writer, he is the founder and editor of leftwingsoccer.com.