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Personal information

  • Date of Birth: 4 August 1957 
  • Place of Birth: Glasgow, Scotland 
  • Height: 5 ft 11 in
  • Playing Position: Midfielder

Senior Career 

International

  • Scotland U21, 1977-1980 
  • Scotland, 1979-1984 

Honours 

Ipswich Town

  • FA Cup, 1978 
  • UEFA Cup, 1981 
  • Football League Second Division, 1991–92 
  • FA Charity Shield Runner-up, 1978 
  • Football League First Division Runner-up, 1980–81 
  • Football League First Division Runner-up, 1981–82 

Liverpool

  • Football League First Division, 1983–84, 1985–86 
  • Football League First Division Runner-up, 1984–85
  • FA Charity Shield Runner-up, 1984 
  • European Cup Runner-up, 1985
  • European Super Cup Runner-up, 1985 
  • Intercontinental Cup Runner-up, 1985 
UEFA Europa League top scorers

1972: Bründl  · 1973: Heynckes/Jeuring  · 1974: Schoenmaker  · 1975: Heynckes  · 1976: Geels  · 1977: Bowles  · 1978: Deykers/Ponte  · 1979: Simonsen  · 1980: Hoeneß/Nickel  · 1981: Wark  · 1982: Nilsson  · 1983: Giresse/Vandenbergh  · 1984: Nyilasi  · 1985: Bahtić/Bannister  · 1986: Allofs  · 1987: Cascavel/Houtman/Kieft/Rantanen  · 1988: Brylle/Saravakos  · 1989: Gütschow  · 1990: Götz/Riedle  · 1991: Völler  · 1992: Saunders  · 1993: Baticle  · 1994: Bergkamp/Schmitt  · 1995: Kirsten  · 1996: Klinsmann  · 1997: Ganz  · 1998: Guivarc'h  · 1999: Chiesa/Kulawik  · 2000: Kovačević  · 2001: Berbatov/Bolo  · 2002: van Hooijdonk  · 2003: Derlei/Larsson  · 2004: Anderson  · 2005: Shearer  · 2006: Delgado  · 2007: Pandiani  · 2008: Pogrebnyak/Toni  · 2009: Vágner Love  · 2010: Cardozo/Pizarro  · 2011: Falcao  · 2012: Falcao  · 2013: Kozák  · 2014: Soriano  ·