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He may have been just 1.7 metres talltime, but what Ian St John lacked in size he made up for in stature.

The feisty Scot, who has died at the age of 82, was one of the key components of Bill Shankly’s Liverpool revolution and will be forever remembered for his winning goal that brought the Reds their first FA Cup in 1965There was no immediate word, however, on progress in talks wit.

It may have been a significant contribution to the club’s history but it was far from the only one he was to make during 425 appearances for the Reds in which he scored 118 goalss safe to star.

St John was signed for a club record £37,500 from Motherwell in May 1961, just 18 months into Shankly’s Anfield reign.

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