Tony Evans is a former columnist and football editor for The Times. He is the author of Two Tribes, Far Foreign Land and I Don’t Know What It Is, But I LoveIt, and is now a writer and pundit. Before becoming a journalist, he spent his twenties following Liverpool FC and playing in bands, including a stint with The Farm. He lives in London with his wife and daughter.
The story of the 1985/86 football season, when Liverpool and Everton were the top two teams in the land and how, during this epic season, both the game and the City of Liverpool's reputation, changed for ever.