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Paul Walsh: My Autobiography

Paul Walsh: My Autobiography


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SOME footballers become
one-club heroes having spent
their entire careers playing in
front of the same set of fans.
Not Paul Walsh.

The exciting, pacy, tricky striker
moved from club to club during
his 17-year career and became a
hit at them all, endearing himself
to supporters with his energetic,
all-action displays and ability to get
goals.

Walsh netted 127 times during
his club career and once for
England, his trademark long blond
locks bobbing around on his
shoulders as he skipped past
defenders or slotted the ball past
despairing goalkeepers.

After bursting onto the scene
aged just 16 at Charlton Athletic
he became one of the most highlysought
after teenage footballers
during a two-year stint at Luton
Town that saw him crowned as PFA
Young Player of the Year and called
up by Bobby Robson for full
international duty.

European champions Liverpool,
on the hunt for a long-term replacement
for Kenny Dalglish, soon
snapped him up and at the age of
21 he was playing alongside greats
like Ian Rush and Alan Hansen.

A member of Liverpool’s 1986
double winning side, his next stop
was Tottenham Hotspur where he
shared a dressing room with Paul
Gascoigne and Gary Lineker and
added an FA Cup winner’s medal to
his collection when Brian Clough’s
Nottingham Forest were defeated
at Wembley in 1991.

A move to Portsmouth followed
and Walsh became a Fratton Park
favourite operating up front alongside
record-breaking goalscorer
Guy Whittingham.

His departure to Manchester
City upset Pompey fans and he
soon proved why at Maine Road
by forming a thrilling strike partnership
with cult-hero Uwe Rosler
to save the club from relegation
before eventually returning to
Portsmouth where injury ended his
career at the age of 34.

Now a well established and much
respected member of the Sky Soccer
Saturday team, Paul Walsh’s
story will be a hit with fans of the
clubs he played for, those who
fondly recall him being one of the
most exciting teenage talents of the
1980s and TV viewers who enjoy
his no-nonsense punditry.




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