Written by Jack Lusby Produced by Tifo Studios

In the mid-1990s, Liverpool were an interesting beast: a chaotic, attractive side carving out a niche in the landscape of the Premier League, but permanently undermined by a brittle backbone.

Emerging in a period of cultural change in England, Roy Evans’ Reds became known, for better or worse, as the Spice Boys—a moniker that now serves to haunt the club and the decade’s icons.



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