Omaggio a Larry Lloyd mentre muore la star dell’ex Liverpool e Nottingham Forest a 75 anni | Calcio

Larry Lloyd, a former professional footballer who played for Liverpool, Nottingham Forest, and England, has passed away at the age of 75. He began his career at Bristol Rovers before moving to Liverpool in 1969 under manager Bill Shankly. Lloyd won the First Division title and UEFA Cup with Liverpool in 1973 before moving on to Coventry and then Nottingham Forest, where he enjoyed immense success under Brian Clough. He won back-to-back European Cups with Forest in 1979 and 1980. Lloyd also earned four caps for England. Tributes have poured in from Nottingham Forest, Liverpool, and former players, highlighting his contribution to the sport. Lloyd later went on to manage Notts County after his playing career. Wigan Athletic also paid tribute to him as a former manager. Our thoughts are with Larry’s friends and family during this difficult time. Rest in peace, Larry.