David Johnson, a legend of Liverpool who won three European Cups with the Reds, has passed away at age 71.


David Johnson, a legendary player for Liverpool who also spent two seasons playing for rivals Everton and earned eight England caps, has sadly passed away at the age of 71.

Johnson relocated from Ipswich to Anfield in 1976, winning four First Division championships, three European Cups, and two League Cups before departing in 1982 to begin his second stint at Goodison.

In addition to his time with Barrow, Johnson also spent time with Preston and Manchester City before calling it quits in 1986.

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After his retirement, Johnson continued to host corporate lounges at Anfield and to summarize games on BBC Radio Merseyside.

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