The original bobpaisley.com (click on image for a larger version)
The original website was created by Derek Dohren in 2001 and purchased by LFChistory.net in February 2008. LFChistory.net has added a lot of quotes, photos, stories and articles and will update regularly with interesting articles from Paisley's life and times.
Bobpaisley.com was relaunched by LFChistory.net on 17th February 2009.
The following have been invaluable in helping us put together this website:
Bob Paisley - An autobiography (1983)
Bob Paisley's personal view of the First Team Squad of 1986-87 as told to Clive Tyldesley (1987)
Bob Paisley - My 50 Golden Reds (1990)
Bob Paisley - Manager of the Millennium - John Keith (1999)
Karl Brodrick "Wooltonian"
Peter Etherington "Evo"
Siggi from LFCwallpapers.com
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Where applicable and where copyright has been established, LFChistory.net is glad to acknowledge the source of any material on these pages that can be proven to originate elsewhere.
"On Sunday afternoons at home, Bob would sometimes tinkle on the electric organ, although that was the day he also had the press to deal with. They would ring him and sometimes, especially if it was the southern press on the home, it was best if you got the grandchildren out of the way until he had cooled down again! But he liked messing about on the organ and could actually play the tune of Amazing Grace, which was Bill Shankly's favourite hymn and which Bob chose when he was on Songs of Praise. As well as his great love of horseracing, Bob liked listening to Harry Secombe singing and he liked looking at the garden. I used to get him to mow the lawn but it would have been rather disastrous if his gardening went further than that. If I asked him to weed the path, everything would go, plants as well!"
Jessie on Bob's pastime