1. Ian Rush was a star for his country, making his debut on the 21st of May, 1980.
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6. Ian Rush was staying at Anfield and going nowhere for the immediate future.
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7. Ian Rush signed for Liverpool FC in a £300,000 deal during April of 1980, which was a world-record fee at the time.
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9. Ian Rush was doing analysis for beIN Sports on Thursday night and was fortunate enough to witness a Declan Rice masterclass.
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11. Ian Rush was one of the pundits in first season of Indian Super League.
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14. Ian Rush was inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2006 due to his achievements in the game.
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15. Ian Rush appears as a pundit and reporter for Sky Sports and Sky Sports News.
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17. Ian Rush scored in a friendly against Italy in Brescia on 4 June 1988, the only goal in a shock win.
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21. In late February 1996, it was announced that Ian Rush would be leaving Anfield on a free transfer when his contract expired on 1 June.
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23. Ian Rush was injured during the first half of the game and had to be replaced by Peter Beardsley.
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24. Ian Rush featured in the 1989 League title decider against Arsenal at Anfield.
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25. Ian Rush came off the bench to replace Aldridge, who had opened the scoring for Liverpool in the fourth minute of the game.
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26. Ian Rush published a diary of his frustrating time in Italy titled My Italian Diary, 1989.
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28. Ian Rush added the Football Writers Footballer of the Year to the PFA award he had already claimed—the same feat that his strike partner Kenny Dalglish had achieved a year earlier.
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31. Ian Rush was standing in for his future strike-partner, Kenny Dalglish, and wore his No 7 shirt.
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32. Ian Rush had actually made his international debut, in May 1980, just before he officially became a Liverpool player.
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