David Johnson Signed Print




About the Player

Johnson signed for Liverpool. He made his debut for the club on 21 August 1976 in a 1–0 league win over Norwich at Anfield. He scored his first goal a week later on the 28th, but his goal was not enough to prevent Birmingham City beating Liverpool 2–1 at St Andrews.

In his first season, he was a frequent substitute, vying for the right to partner Kevin Keegan with both John Toshack and David Fairclough. In his debut season Liverpool were chasing an historic treble of League championship, FA Cup and European Cup as the season drew to a close.

Johnson picked up his first domestic honour with the League title and was selected as Keegan’s strike partner for the 1977 FA Cup Final at Wembley, but Liverpool lost 2–1 to Manchester United. Johnson made little impact and was substituted by Ian Callaghan in the second half.

For the 1977 European Cup final against Borussia Mönchengladbach in Rome three days later, manager Bob Paisley kept the team that had ended the match at Wembley, so Callaghan started and Johnson was on the bench. He picked up a medal as Liverpool won 3–1.

In April 1978, Johnson scored for Liverpool in the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park – becoming the very first player to score for both clubs in the Merseyside derby. As of 2018, only one other player – Peter Beardsley – has achieved this feat since.

In 1979 and 1980 Johnson was a free-scoring centre forward as Liverpool regained and then retained the title, and in 1981 he played as Liverpool won their third European Cup (against Real Madrid in the final) and their first League Cup (against West Ham United). However, a sign of things to come was in that first League Cup success. After the first game at Wembley ended 1–1, Johnson was on the bench for the replay due to Paisley’s decision to try out the young Ian Rush. Rush never scored but played well and the following year he was the regular partner to Kenny Dalglish with Johnson being used less frequently.

Johnson did enough to win a final league championship medal in 1982 and also won the League Cup again, after getting the substitute’s jersey for the final

About the product

The charity is offering this limited edition signed photograph by the man himself David Johnson. David is a hugely decorated player from the 70’s/80’s and has 3 European Cup medals to his name amongst many others! The picture is 16×12 inches and can be framed!

The signed print £29.95 plus shipping by recorded mail. The framed version is £79.95 plus shipping and will be delivered by courier (to UK addresses only).

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With the support of people supporting the 23 Foundation we now support children and young people in various capacities within the UK and across the rest of the world too.

The small print

– All signed memorabilia will be supplied with a 23 Foundation Certificate Of Authentication

– Framed products WILL NOT be shipped outside of the UK – Please only order this as a framed option if you live within mainland UK.

– Shipping charges may apply when purchasing this product, and if so will be applied at the check out stage.

– On completion of your purchase a receipt will be provided by email.

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