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Liverpool forward and TV personality Ian St John dies aged 82 video obituary

The former Liverpool and Scotland forward Ian St John, who went on to co-host the popular television show Saint and Greavsie with Jimmy Greaves, has died aged 82. St John played 425 times for the club from 1961 to 1971, scoring 118 goals. St John got the extra-time winner when Liverpool secured their first FA Cup against Leeds in 1965 under Bill Shankly. He also won the First Division title in 1964 and 1966. St John started his career at hometown club Motherwell before joining Liverpool for a then club-record fee of £37,500, and played 21 times for Scotland, scoring nine goals

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