Frank Gamble was worrying about redundancy when he saw an advertisement in the local paper for a job in the Liverpool FC promotions department. For a Reds fan since the age of six - despite his family being Evertonians - it was a dream opportunity. And despite going to the interview wearing a green suits and lime green tie - his excuse was that it was the late seventies - Frank got the job. He stayed for ten years, the most successful ten years in Liverpool FC's history. Six League titles, two European Cups, an FA Cup and four League Cups came rattling into Anfield. Frank tells the story of the decade; he outlines the personality clashes, the fun and frolics and details the characters who made Liverpool great. He pulls no punches; the chapter on the Heysel disaster is written from the viewpoint of someone who saw it unfold. He went to Hillsborough, too, the year before that tragedy and recalls seeing the crush in the Leppings Lane end and wondering why the authorities didn't do something about it. This is a book written by a fan who was an insider.