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Stephen F. Kelly is an English author and broadcaster, born in Liverpool, England in June 1946. He is the author of many books, mostly on football and in particular on Liverpool Football Club. He has also written a biography of Bill Shankly and an oral history of Liverpool Football Club. He was one of the first writers in Britain to explore sport through oral history, not only with The Kop but also with his oral history of Manchester United Football Club, Red Voices, and a further book on Liverpool, The Bootroom Boys. His other books include a novel, Mr Shankly's Photograph which tells the story of a young boy growing up in Liverpool during the 1960s with a fascination for Liverpool Football Club, the Cavern and The Beatles.
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After leaving school he worked at Cammell Laird shipyard for six years in Birkenhead. He was later educated at Ruskin College, Oxford and the London School of Economics. He was then employed as a political journalist on Tribune and later worked as a producer at Granada Television in Manchester. His credits there include World In Action and Union World. He was later Fellow in Media at the University of Huddersfield and Director of their Centre for Oral History Research. He also holds a PhD from Huddersfield. Has written for many newspapers and journals including The Guardian, The Times, The Scotsman, Scotland On Sunday, Private Eye.