Former Liverpool and Scotland striker Ian St John has died at the age of 82.
The Scottish forward won two First Division titles under Bill Shankly at Anfield in 1963-64 and 1965-66 and scored the winner in the 1965 FA Cup final.
He also represented Scotland 26 times and would later go on to manage boyhood club Motherwell, as well as Portsmouth.
Following his retirement from management, St John moved into punditry and forged a hugely successful on-screen partnership with England legend Jimmy Greaves.
Their 'Saint and Greavsie' Saturday programme was hugely popular in the 1980s and 1990s.
Liverpool tweeted: 'We are deeply saddened by the passing of a true Anfield legend, Ian St John.
'The thoughts of everyone at Liverpool Football Club are with Ian's family and friends at this sad and difficult time.'
In 2014, St John had his bladder and prostate removed during a battle with cancer after being diagnosed a few years earlier.
His arrival at Anfield from Motherwell in 1961 for just £37,500 was later described as a 'turning point' by Shankly as the Reds became one of Europe's leading clubs.
He helped form a deadly partnership up front with Roger Hunt and their goals fired Liverpool to promotion from the second tier.
St John scored 118 goals in over 400 appearances for the Reds, including the decisive goal in extra time to hand Liverpool the club's first FA Cup title against Leeds at Wembley in 1965.
But St John is just as famous for his work on television and his show with Greaves, which ran for seven years from 1985, paved the way and set the standard for light-hearted football programmes.
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