Liverpool are champions again: Like our 1990 team, this class wanted to prove their quality, Ray Houghton tells ST

Fans celebrate Liverpool winning in Liverpool, England, on June 25, 2020. PHOTO: AFP
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LONDON - When we won the league in 1990, there was no elaborate medal ceremony. We were sitting in the dressing room and there was a cardboard box on the treatment table. Medals were pulled from the box and passed to those who played enough games that season.

At Liverpool, winning the league was our job. If we were second, we were nowhere. This is not to say we would win it every season. But back then we were expected to, and we would do so at least once every two or three years.

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