Goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence who made 390 appearances for Liverpool between 1957 and 1971 has died at the age of 77. — Reuters picLIVERPOOL, Jan 11 ― Former Liverpool goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence has died aged 77, the Merseyside club said yesterday.
The Scot, affectionately known as “The Flying Pig” due to his ability to make spectacular saves despite his size, made 390 appearances for Liverpool between 1957 and 1971.
Lawrence only missed four league matches in six seasons between 1963 and 1969 under manager Bill Shankly as they won the old First Division league title twice and claimed the FA Cup for the first time.
“The thoughts of everybody at the club are with Tommy's family and friends at this sad time,” Liverpool said in a statement.