By Michael Grimes
A local artist has created a mural honouring former legendary Liverpool goalkeeper Ray Clemence. The mural located on Wylva Road around the corner from Anfield was created by Marc Silver.
It commemorates one of Liverpool’s best ever goalkeepers and joins a group of new paintings around the city that have emerged since Liverpool secured the league title in June.
Clemence joined the reds in 1967 from Scunthorpe for £18,000 and made 470 appearances for the club.
He won 18 major honours as a Reds player, including 5 league titles, making him one of Liverpool’s most successful players in the clubs history. He left the club in 1981 to Tottenham for £300,000.
The mural will be completed in the next 24 hours.