Moonbeams and baying dogs: football and Liverpool politics

@article{Kennedy2018MoonbeamsAB,
  title={Moonbeams and baying dogs: football and Liverpool politics},
  author={David Kennedy},
  journal={Soccer \& Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={12},
  pages={510 - 522}
}
To understand the extreme circumstances that brought about the split of the newly crowned English League title holders, it is important to recognize how events outside the club framed the dispute and intensified matters internally to breaking point. The club dispute occurred during a period when a bitter battle raged for political control of the north end of Liverpool. The early 1890s was a period of upheaval in municipal affairs marked by robust Liberal and Tory clashes over matters more… 

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