Emlyn Hughes OBE 1947-2004: Emlyn Factfile
1947: Born August 28 in Barrow-in Furness, the son of former Barrow and England rug by league player Fred Hughes.
1967: Signed professional terms with Blackpool. After just 31 league and cup appearances for the Seasiders, Liverpool manager Bill Shankly signed him for pounds 65, 000, aged just 19.
1970: April 19 -- Won the first of his 62 England caps in a 1-1 draw with Wales in Cardiff. Included in the squad for the 1970 World Cup in Mexico but does not play in the finals.
1973: First career silverware as Liverpool win the league and the UEFA Cup.
1974: Liverpool win the FA Cup, beating Newcastle 3-0 at Wembley. 1976: More glory for the Reds as they win a league and UEFA Cup double for the second time in three years.
1977: Liverpool retain their league title and win the European Cup for the first time, beating Borussia Moenchengladbach 3-1 in Rome. Named Football Writers' Player of the Year.
1978: Bob Paisley's team win back to -back European Cups, this time beating FC Bruges 1-0 at Wembley. 1979: Secured last career league title. Joined Wolves for pounds 90, 000.
Worked on BBC quiz show A Question of Sport as a team captain alongside rug by union star Gareth Edwards. …