The Man with the Keys to the Bank of Anfield (Hardback)
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The Man with the Keys to the Bank of Anfield (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 01/08/2012
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From Shankly's day to the modern era, the Reds have regularly broken transfer fee records and paid top wages to maintain their position at the summit of the English game. During that time, trusted money man Arthur Lowe was closely involved in the handling of the club's finances. His early days learning the ropes saw him acting as a part-time chauffeur for Shankly before rising through the ranks to become Chief Accountant, a position he held for 27 years. As part of the club's inner circle, Arthur worked closely with Anfield managers and directors, developing friendships and close working relationships with Bob Paisley, Kenny Dalglish, Gerard Houllier and Rafa Benitez among others. From Bruce Grobbelaar in 1981 to Fernando Torres in 2007, he witnessed every new Kop signing put pen to paper, registering his name on some of the most important documents in the club's history. His autobiography provides a rare insight behind the scenes at Anfield during a period when the emergence of agents and foreign stars saw football turned into a multi-million pound business. Arthur provides a unique perspective on all the big LFC talking points. He gives his inside view on the Steven Gerrard Chelsea saga and the Souness years as well as the Athens ticket fiasco and the ill-fated 2006 takeover. He also reveals more about a shock GBP40,000 fraud, why Liverpool signed two keepers on the same day and how Roy Evans had a pet...alligator! If you're a Liverpool fan wanting a glimpse of what really makes the club tick, The Man With The Keys To The Bank Of Anfield will be money well spent.

Publisher: Trinity Mirror Sport Media
ISBN: 9781908695154

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So different from the usual football autobiography by a player or manager etc. This book is an excellent read. Could not put it down.

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13th October 2012
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