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2006-09 Legends Home player shirt longsleeve № 8 John Aldridge
(full signed) - image with site liverpoolkits.com
2008-09 Legends Away goalkeeper shirt long sleeve № 1 Paul
Harrison - not now good image
Legends players & goalkeeper shirt
Years worn: 2009
In this design LFC Legends home shirt played in home Legends match versus All Stars
XI, 3-1, 14.05.2009, at Anfield.
In this design LFC Legends away goalkeeper shirt played in home Legends match
versus All Stars XI, 3-1, 14.05.2009, at Anfield.
For this match Liverpool Legends used simple Adidas shirts,
like their rivals, the same design, but naturally different colors, photo below.
Kenny Dalglish launches 14 May Hillsborough charity
1 May 2009
• Scot aims to raise Ј5m for radiotherapy unit
• Players from 1989 FA Cup final to take part
Kenny Dalglish was back at Liverpool to launch the Hillsborough Memorial charity
game yesterday but revealed his official return to Anfield is not yet a fait accompli. The
Liverpool legend also backed his former club Newcastle United to survive relegation this
season and insisted it is wrong to blame Mike Ashley for the precarious predicament at St
Liverpool officials approached Dalglish several weeks ago with the offer of an
ambassadorial role at the club he served for 14 years as player and manager. The approach
has the blessing of manager Rafael Benнtez but terms and conditions had not been
finalised with Dalglish before his possible return became known, much to the former
Liverpool manager's disquiet.
The 58-year-old, who could be involved in Liverpool's youth academy when its
management is restructured this summer, said: "It would have been perfect if
everything could have been done and dusted when it first came out, but it came out too
early and there's nothing to add really. It would be fantastic to give a different answer
but it is not at that stage yet. It was somebody's idea and there has been a
The Scot was at Anfield to publicise the Hillsborough Memorial Game at the stadium
on Thursday 14 May, with all proceeds going to the Marina Dalglish Appeal and its attempt
to raise Ј5m towards a new Ј17.2m radiotherapy unit in Liverpool. Players involved in
the 1989 FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest, plus finalists
Everton, will be among those taking part in a game that will see Jamie Carragher coach an
All-Stars team and the former Liverpool reserve goalkeeper Paul Harrison, who lost his
father and uncle in the disaster, appearing for Liverpool Legends.
Dalglish admitted his aim was not only to raise funds for his wife's appeal but to
ensure Hillsborough remains firmly in the public domain following the 20th anniversary
memorial service and the government's subsequent request for South Yorkshire Police to
release all documents relating to the disaster.
"I think the families have taken a great deal of encouragement from what Andy
Burnham [the culture, media and sports minister] said, and his attempt to reduce the
30-year privacy law on the documents so that people can see them now," said Dalglish.
"Gordon Brown reiterated what he said in the House of Commons after that. Andy
got a wee bit of a tough ride here but, to be fair to him, he said he would never have
shied away from coming to the memorial service because it meant an awful lot to him. The
families have taken great encouragement from that and also from 30,000 people turning up
on the day to pay their respects.
"It was something everyone wishes never happened but it is something that
should never be forgotten, and I don't think it ever will. The 20th anniversary has been
poignant and it has showed people that it is not going to go away."
As for Newcastle, who face Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday three points adrift in
the relegation zone, Dalglish believes his former club can survive a calamitous drop to
the Championship under Alan Shearer but that Ashley's ownership is not the reason for
"Anybody who gets that close to relegation is going to be looking at an
overhaul. How they go about it is not for me to say," said the former Newcastle
manager. "To be fair to Mike Ashley, he has spent an awful lot of money on the club.
He cannot be accused of not spending money at Newcastle. People will have their opinions
on how the money was spent but that's football. He has certainly put his hands in his
pocket for them.
"They are fighting for survival and, to be perfectly honest, I think they'll
stay up. I hope they stay up. It would be great for Alan to keep them up and I think they
can win their two home games against Middlesbrough and Fulham and that will give them 37
points. You look at Hull's fixtures and they could get 37 too, and Newcastle have a better
Tickets for the Hillsborough Memorial Game in aid of the Marina Dalglish Appeal are
on sale now from the ticket office at Anfield, Liverpool's official website and the credit
card booking line: 0844 844 0844.
© Copyright of site theguardian.com by Andy Hunter
Left to right: 1st image, Special one-off match Liverpool
Legends match embroidery capital letters "HILLSBOROUGH MEMORIAL GAME LFC LEGENDS V
ALLSTARS 14TH MAY 2009" on the chest of the shirt. 2nd image, Special one-off match
Liverpool Legends match embroidery with goalkeeper shirt.
This Hillsbrough Disaster Memorial match shirt, which played
John Aldridge and home goalkeeper shirt (worn) which played David James im this match and
All Star XI team shirt which played Dave Watson shirt have number 5 on back side.
(image with site facebook.com/liverpoolshirtsmuseum)
Wish remenber what Dave Watson, ex Liverpool Reserves team player (1978-80),
Auftografs ex-Liverpool players on Hillsbrough Disaster Memorial shirt.
1 - Marina Dalglish Appelogo and special embroidery on fake shirt
2 - Marina Dalglish Appelogo and special embroidery on player shirt
Will Attention! This fake shirt.