Former Liverpool striker, David Johnson, dies aged 71

The former England and Liverpool striker David Johnson has passed away. His age was 71 years old at the time of his death. Here are some brief details related to his life.

David Johnson Death. His Legacy and Contributions

David Johnson was an English professional footballer and manager who played as a striker and won major trophies for Liverpool in the 1970s and 1980s. He has also played for Ipswich Town, Everton, and other clubs and has also represented the England national team.

He has scored more than 100 club goals. Johnson made his professional playing team England in 1975 and played his last international game for England in 1980. During his stint with the famed England soccer team; he scored six international goals.

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During his time with the famed Liverpool, he helped the team to win prestigious trophies such as European Cup, Football League Cup, and FA Charity Shield. For his awesome contributions to the Ipswich football club, he has also been in the club’s Hall of Fame. He has also played as a player and manager for the Barrow AFC.

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After retiring; Johnson has also worked at Anfield and has been the host for the corporate lounges. He could also be heard regularly at BBC Radio Merseyside as both a match summariser and also a regular contributor to the station’s Red Alert program which aired on Fridays at 7.30 pm where he provided what was known during the show as “The Doc’s Diagnosis”.