Arguably England’s first ‘superstar’ footballer, Kevin won back to back European Footballer of the Year awards while playing for Hamburg after joining them from Liverpool. A miner’s son, he kicked off his career with Scunthorpe before moving to Anfield in 1971, helping Bill Shankly’s team win three First Division titles, the Uefa Cup twice, the FA Cup and – with Bob Paisley in charge – the European Cup.

He earned 63 England caps, and on returning from Germany played for Southampton and then Newcastle United, before starting a headline-hitting managerial career that took in two rollercoaster periods at Newcastle, spells at Fulham and Manchester City, and 18 matches in charge of England.

Kevin, a regular TV pundit, is not short of an opinion or three, and you will love it – just love it – if you book this great character who has been there, done that in the football world.