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He scored 32 goals in his first full season with the Blues.

BBC - Liverpool - Sport - Remembering Dixie Dean

Int eh season he became the first and only player in English football to score 60 League goals in one season. On Monday 22 January BBC Radio Merseyside will be remembering the legendary player and looking at his influence on football and Merseyside in particular. A must for Everton fans, obviously but also for true football fans of any persuasion. The programme will also be availabel for seven days after broadcast on Listen Again.

Click on the link on the right hand side of this page. There'll also be plenty of radio archives including interviews with Dean himself and members of Dixie's family. Today's schedule.

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She was retired from Anoka County and Northwestern Bell. Dixie was one of the first people I met among the Asian American activists of Minnesota when I moved up here to Minnesota in She was always a supportive, warm and generous friend who impressed me with her knowledge and her passion for change and justice. I'll always remember her happily bringing her children with her to community events and getting them involved with our activities.

I know they'll continue her tradition.

Remembering Dixie

Bao Phi has a fine tribute to her at the Star Tribune this week. Strongly recommended reading, but I also have to say that I don't know if any tribute can really do her justice or express how much change she inspired out here in Minnesota.

She will be greatly missed.