It’s fair to say that it’s been a long time coming for Liverpool fans. The club have waited 30 years for a top flight title, but finally, after a slight delay due to a global pandemic, Reds captain Jordan Henderson lifted that famous trophy, giving an entire generation of Liverpool fans a first taste of Premier League success.
To celebrate this historic occasion, Which Bookie have teamed up with popular Liverpool fan site Anfield Index to give one lucky fan the chance to win £250 of Liverpool merchandise.
Yes, one Reds fan will have the opportunity to select £250 worth of good from the Anfield Index store, including from the brand new Champions range which is flying off the shelves.
All fans need to do is head to the Anfield Index competition page and fill out the form answering this simple question:
Who was the Liverpool manager when the club won the league title in 1989-90?
- Bob Paisley
- Graeme Souness
- Kenny Dalglish
- Roy Evans
The 1989-90 season was the last time Liverpool had previously won the title, and had a host of stars in the team, many going on to become club legends.
It was perhaps John Barnes’ best ever season for the club, betting 28 goals in all competitions, with a forward line as lethal as any in world football.
The likes of Ian Rush, Peter Beardsley and John Aldridge put fear in the eyes of centre halves across the country, with them famously netting nine against Crystal Palace, early in the season, as well as beating Swansea 8-0 in the FA Cup.
The club finished the season nine points clear, but couldn’t back it up the following season finishing seven points behind Arsenal. Since then, there’s been plenty of success in Europe, but the Premier League has always been one they just couldn’t get their hands on. Until now that is.
It’s now up to Jurgen Klopp to start a dynasty at Anfield, and with a huge amount of potential in this Liverpool side, that’s more than possible.
What better way to watch The Reds look to defend their title than with a Champions t-shirt or Undisputed 19 hoodie?
It’s just a few weeks until the club is back in action, and you could have a stack of merchandise winging its way to you to make the most of watching at home while the division is still played behind closed doors.
The competition itself closes on September 17th and is open to people aged 18 or over.