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Graeme Souness motivational and after dinner speaker was born in 1953, a former Scottish professional footballer and manager.

Graeme is perhaps best remembered for his time spent at Liverpool. He was a member of the very successful team that won five League Championships, three European Cups and four League Cups.

His time with the Reds began in 1978 when he joined two other recently signed Scottish players – Alan Hansen and Kenny Dalglish.

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All three went on to become legends at Anfield! Graeme made his debut for Liverpool in a 1/0 league victory over West Bromwich Albion on 14 January 1978. His first goal for the Reds came the following month in a match against arch-rivals Manchester United. He remains one of just four Reds captains to lift the European Cup.

Graeme left Liverpool in 1984 and joined Genoa-based club Sampdoria. In 1986 he took on the role as player-manager...

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