Graeme Souness pulled no punches last night as he led another packed LSC audience through his stellar career as a playing legend, mainly with Liverpool, a manager and now a popular and respected television football pundit. The former Liverpool and Scotland captain and Rangers player-manager entertained at our City Club with stories from on the pitch and inside the dressing room during his career that is one year short of 50 in football, and stayed much longer than he was required to do to answer a whole host of additional questions from the diners. He was joined by the current Fulham manager, Slavisa Jokanovic and the former Leicester and England rugby star Leon Lloyd. We were also entertained by an old friend of ours, sports impressionist Josh Berry, who invited his friends such as Andy Murray, John McEnroe, Rafa Nadal and Chris Eubank along. The LSC staged a fund raiser for the Prince's Trust after being inspired by the incredibly brave Milly Rawley who stood up and shared her harrowing but ultimately successful story thanks to the support given to her by the Trust.