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Graeme Souness chokes back tears in moving tribute to late former team-mate David Johnson

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Graeme Souness has paid an emotional tribute to David Johnson, who has died at the age of 71.

The former Liverpool man played alongside Souness at Anfield, winning two European Cups together in 1978 and 1981.

Souness, who was visibly impacted by Johnson's passing, paid tribute to his former team-mate, both as a player and a person.

He said on ITV: "Extremely sad, when people pass normally everyone says ‘what a good guy’, well this guy was genuinely a good man, a great team-mate, extremely popular in the dressing room, we called him ‘The Doc’ because everyday he’d turn up to training with a bag of medicines and if we had a hangover, a tummy upset, he was the go-to man.

RIP ‘Doc’.” Meanwhile Everton said: “Everyone at Everton Football Club is saddened to learn of the untimely passing of David ‘Doc’ Johnson at the age of 71.

David was hugely popular in the dressing room.

RIP DOC YNWA.” David Fairclough said on social media: “So sad to hear my great friend and Liverpool legend David Johnson has passed away today.
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