Under shrewd Scottish secretary-manager Tom Maley the Blues had been Champions of Division Two the previosu season. Most managers would have settled for a season of consolidation, not Maley. He was more interested in turning City into a highly successful, attacking team and spent the summer recruiting players of the right calibre and attitude. One such player was George Livingstone who must be unique in that, during a career spanning 3 decades, he appeared for both Manchester clubs and bothe Celtic and Rangers. He also played for Liverpool, but never quite made it to Everton to complete the treble.
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