Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Brian Hall (born Glasgow, 22 November 1946) was a compact and hard-working midfield player in the hugely successful Liverpool team of the 1970s. A bright lad, Hall chose to go into higher education to study mathematics rather than follow a professional career exploiting his obvious football skills but, upon graduation from Liverpool University, he signed as a pro for Liverpool in 1969, having enjoyed playing for them as an amateur while studying. Hall and fellow graduate Steve Heighway became known amongst their team-mates as Little Bamber (Hall, due to him being just 5 ft 6) and Big Bamber (Heighway). These affectionate nicknames derived from Bamber Gascoigne, the host of television''s University Challenge.