Writer and female journalist Ragnhild Lund Ansnes has spent a couple of years getting to know the majority of the greatest legends who played to the Reds costs 50 years. The result is an amazing official club book which, for your first time, delves under the surface to express to the human story with the man behind the participant. In 2010, Ansnes penned the best-selling official Liverpool Hearts which analysed how following Liverpool FC is different the lives of Norwegian fans and showed what football has been doing to its supporters. Now she skillfully turns the main objective on to the club’s players in Liverpool Heroes. Never before have a great number of Anfield legends opened so freely regarding personal lives inside a book. David Fairclough speaks about how the untimely death of his father affected his Anfield career and the way the Reds fans have supported him over the sudden death of his wife Phil Thompson breaks his silence about precisely how a 15 year long disagreement having a team mate and fellow European Cup winning captain was finally healed Phil Neal and Tommy Smith reveal the private sacrifices they made for Liverpool FC – how their career affected their loved ones and home life More revelations follow from Kevin Keegan, Bruce Grobbelaar, John Barnes, Roy Evans, Alan Kennedy and contemporary giants Jamie Carragher and Steven Gerrard, amongst others. Liverpool Heroes is often a different and revealing football book that could show you a side in the legends you haven’t seen before.