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#PLHistory #premierleaguestories #PL on April 27 1993 – I don’t want to talk about Liverpool #LFC said Aston Villa’s #AVFC #RayHoughton

Ray Houghton Liverpool

There was a lot of controversies when then 30-year-old Ray Houghton was let go by Graeme Souness days after being adjudged Liverpool’s player of the season. Rumours had it that he was furious at being shown the door but after a stellar campaign with Aston Villa, the Irishman said he did not want to talk about his old club and was just focused on Aston Villa.

Ray Houghton said “I don’t talk about Liverpool. I have enjoyed my season so far, and hopefully its not over yet. We know it would take something extraordinary to win the league from here. After pressing United all season, we took it out of our hands in the end.”

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