What We Call History focuses in-depth on a season from Liverpool Football Club’s past. Under the aegis of football folk historian Mike Nevin, we remember why Liverpool managers, players or crowds did the things they did, how it felt to be at games and what was going on around the football club, the sport as a whole or even in British society.
It’s part two of our 07/08 edition of ‘What We Call History’ and what was originally planned for three parts may now end being five.
Neil is joined by Mike Nevin, Steve Graves and Rob Gutmann as Benitez’s pragmatic Reds begin to find a rhythm and a form that could not be more in the managers image, grit, nous, snide and no end of guile, personified by the most Benitez derby in his tenure.
Dirk Kuyt, Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher, Phil Neville and Dirk Kuyt again.
Evertonian heads well and and truly falling off everywhere.
If you know your history indeed.
Entertaining as always. End of part II and it’s still October. Can’t wait for the rest of the series, don’t rush it boys.
Tupperware and clingfilm are definitely Protestant and of course scoring penalties is Protestant; that’s why the Germans always win.
Great show, really great show. Love the Catholic penalty line: how does Mike explain the Panenka?