Twelve of Liverpool Football Club's biggest names reflect on their most memorable games during their careers with the club. Laurie Hughes, Ian St John, Ian Callaghan, Tommy Smith, Phil Neal, Alan Kennedy, Mark Lawrenson, Jan Molby, John Barnes, Mark Wright, Gary McAllister and Jamie Carragher recall contributions to memorable triumphs, including league championships, domestic cup success - such as the 1986 all-Merseyside FA Cup Final - and three of the five European Cup wins - with Carragher recalling that night in Istanbul, when Liverpool completed one of the most remarkable comebacks of all time to beat AC Milan. With a foreword by Ronnie Moran, Match of My Life is an evocative and absorbing look back at some of the great moments in the history of the most successful English club side of all time.
Leo Moynihan is a freelance sports writer, specialising in football. His fist book, Gordon Strachan, The Biography (2004) earned him a nomination for best new writer at the British Sports Book of the Year awards and he has written several more including a ghost-wrting project for David Beckham (Making it Real, 2006) , The Liverpool Miscellany (2008), and the Pocket Book of Liverpool (2009).