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The Lost Shankly Boy - A Night with George Scott

26 Jul 22

Tickets are on sale now for a night with George Scott 'The Lost Shankly Boy' - an Alton FC fundraiser.

Friday 16th September 2022 at The Pheonix Theatre & Arts Centre, Bordon.
Kick-off is at 7:30pm.

George Scott was one of Bill Shankly’s first-ever signings for Liverpool FC in 1960. He was included in the squad when Liverpool won the FA Cup for the first time in their history in 1965. George is one of the few people left sharing first-hand experiences of a great football era. He has traveled thousands of miles to give his fascinating talk about how Shankly persuaded his family to let 15-year-old George sign for Liverpool, his career there and at other clubs and how he met Elizabeth Taylor, and much more.

Scott provides a fascinating insight into modern Liverpool’s formative years and Shankly’s Anfield. His is an untold story of a dream crushed and of a career rebuilt in Scottish Football and taken to new heights in the South African premier league.

An inside personal story of Shankly’s influence on one man – ***** Andrew Phillips

I’ve smiled, laughed, shed a tear, and been shocked! – An Audience Member

Tickets: £19.00 each

Box Office: 01420 472664

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