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Encyclopedia > Howard Gayle

Howard Gayle was a footballer who became the first black player ever to play for Liverpool.

He was at the club for six years but only managed a total of five first team matches, later playing for several clubs including Birmingham City and Sunderland.

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Howard Gayle's shining moment for LFC came when he ran Bayern Munich's defenders ragged in 2nd leg of the European cup semi-final on 22nd of April 1981.
Liverpool-born Howard made his league debut for Liverpool as a substitute for David Fairclough at Maine Road in October 1980.
Kenny Dalglish limped off early on after an appalling tackle and Howard Gayle ran the Bayern defence ragged for an hour despite being repeatedly fouled before being himself replaced by Jimmy Case.
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Gayle snaps that she was only trying to be friendly, but Paul tells her to just stand around and look pretty.
Gayle says she thought Wayne would want to mingle, but he tells her that it would just be seen as him sucking up.
Gayle says, "Messed it up, didn't I? Made a real fool of myself." She tells Paul that she wanted to be just like Angela, but Paul points out that Angela has been dealing with those sorts of people all her life.
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