Liverpool legend Molby "would've won" League Cup

Liverpool FC legend Jan Molby has told Radio Clatterbridge the team would have won this year's League Cup if he'd have been playing.

The former midfielder made the tongue-in-cheek remark during a guest appearance on the Coffee Club.

Red and blue - Jan Molby and Evertonian Paul Allt

Interviewed by Evertonian Paul Allt, the former red said the club wouldn't have gone to penalties if he'd have been playing against Manchester City.

The Danish international made 218 appearances for Liverpool from 1984 to 1996.

He revealed how players were given kits which they were expected to keep clean for the whole week!

"If you were training in mud and rain, you'd wear the kit under the shower to wash it and then hang it in the drying room to wear the next day." - Jan Molby

He talked about his career at Anfield, his early days at Ajax, and his later years managing Swansea, Hull City and Kidderminster Harriers.

 

Jan Molby in the studio

The 52 year old told listeners how he enjoys his current role covering English Premier League games for Danish television.

Jan's wife Mandy co-founded the Wirral Witches - a group which raises funds for Clatterbridge-based Claire House Children's Hospice.

Jan with presenters Steve Evans and John Roberts


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