On Merseyside, we like to celebrate those who are remembered for their achievements. And it’s no surprise that Liverpool has more public sculptures than any other place in the United Kingdom, outside of Westminster. Our city’s statues have interesting stories to tell and they add to its richness and make it a wondrous place. Singers, comedians, footballers and community heroes are represented in some of the statues and we even have some of a very famous Grand National winning horse … and a super lambanana. Here are more than 31 statues that are dotted all around Liverpool … Bill Shankly – He made the people happy Legendary Scot Bill Shankly was – and forever will be – idolised by The Kop and Reds fans all over the world. He is the founder of the modern Liverpool FC and when he took charge of the Reds in 1959 he rebuilt the team into a major force in English and European football. As Reds manager, Shankly secured promotion to the First Division and they have been in the top flight of English football ever since. He won three League Championships, two FA Cups, four Charity Shields and the UEFA Cup. He laid… Read full this story
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