LFCTV charts the creation of Bob Paisley's brand-new Anfield statue in an exclusive documentary that is available on demand on LFCTV GO now.
The sculpture, commissioned and donated by Standard Chartered, was unveiled last week.
It depicts Paisley during his days as a physio carrying an injured Emlyn Hughes from the field.
A stark image of solidarity, the scene unfolded during a 1-1 home draw with Tottenham Hotspur in April 1968.
Over the years, the picture has become iconic to many – a strong symbol of the spirit that fires the club through good times and bad.
Paisley's Statue: Capturing the Liverpool Way, which premiered on LFCTV on Sunday, takes viewers behind the scenes at Castle Fine Arts in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle Area, where the statue was crafted.
We meet sculptor Andy Edwards, and bronze founder Chris Butler, who worked tirelessly to commit the famous moment to bronze.
Peter Moore, the club's CEO, explains how his love for the original image kick-started the overall process.
And the story of Paisley, who remains the most successful English manager of all time, is told through the heartfelt testimony of those who knew him best.
Watch Paisley's Statue: Capturing the Liverpool Way on demand above.
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