Red On Red | Paperback | By Phil Mcnulty

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  • Red on Red: Liverpool, Manchester United and the Fiercest Rivalry in World Football
  • Pages: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Phil McNulty
  • Publisher: Harper North
  • Publication date: 04 August 2022
  • Category: Sports
  • Size: 234 x 153 x 26
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Red on Red: Liverpool, Manchester United and the Fiercest Rivalry in World Football by Phil McNulty


The untold story of the most contested fixture in world football Liverpool and Manchester.

Two gloriously independent-minded, eclectic, culturally vibrant places. Yet the inhabitants dislike each other with a passion that is visceral. It is a divide that spans generations, across class, gender and ethnicity. And it has grown over the years, largely driven by one thing: football. The dark, malignant loathing shared by the followers of Liverpool and Manchester United has seeped into every aspect of life in the two cities.

Football is not a barometer of disdain, as it is in places like Glasgow or Istanbul or Moscow. In northwest England, it is the engine of animosity. How did it come to this? Why did things turn so nasty? And what does it say about the two cities in which the clubs are based?

Written by a Scouser and a Manc in a rare collaboration, Red on Red addresses the divide by talking to those involved in ten seminal football matches. It speaks to the characters who patrolled and provoked the rivalry: Alex Ferguson, Kenny Dalglish, Steven Gerrard and Gary Neville, among many others. Also questioned are the fans, the administrators, the referees, the police, and politicians. And through each legendary game, its authors tell the full story of the most extraordinary division not just in football, but in modern Britain. This is Red on Red, a rivalry like no other. 


‘A great insight into this ancient rivalry, the rants, duels, the reasons…A must read.’ The Times

'Superb – if you have been brought up on the greatest rivalry in football, you will love this book.' The Athletic

‘Fascinating…a must-read not just for the fans of both of these great clubs but anyone with a passion for football.’ The Daily Mirror

About the Author

Phil McNulty is a Liverpudlian by birth and attended the same school as Wayne Rooney, De La Salle, albeit slightly earlier than England's record goal scorer. He was first-hand witness to many clashes between Liverpool and Manchester United working as an award-winning journalist for the Liverpool Daily Post and Liverpool Echo. He became BBC Sport Chief Football Writer in 2000, has covered five World Cups, five European Championships and reported on numerous Champions League and FA Cup Finals. He also broadcasts on BBC Radio 5 Live and Radio 4. The UK Press Gazette ranked him among Britain's top 50 sports journalists.


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