"Shanks went on to tell me the story of the Liverpool full back Gerry Byrne, who, having won a place in the England team, felt he was worth considerably more than his new contract was offering. However, the way Shanks saw it, Gerry was paid for what he did for Liverpool. The fact that he had made the England team had nothing to do with what he was paid at Anfield and therefore it did not merit a rise in his wages. Gerry argued that international status was proof he had become a better player with his club. 'I may be wrong on other points, boss,' Gerry said, pressing his point. 'But I am right on this one, aren't I?' 'So what if you are?' Shanks told him. 'Even a broken clock is right twice in a day.'"