Behind every great team there is a great manager. Between the two world wars, Herbert Chapman steered both Huddersfield Town and Arsenal to glory. When Celtic brought the European Cup to Britain for the first time in 1967, Jock Stein was the master at the helm. The name of Sir Matt Busby will live on forever as the father-figure who guided Manchester United from the depths of personal tragedy to the heights of world fame and triumph.
And then there was – and still is – Bill Shankly. On paper he was not the most successful manager Liverpool have ever had, but he was without doubt the most revolutionary. Anyone who has ever touched the famous ‘This is Anfield’ sign has come into contact with the legend of Bill Shankly. And today, years after his death, the Shankly legacy remains.