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Barnes,

former municipal borough, SE England. See Richmond upon ThamesRichmond upon Thames,
outer borough (1991 pop. 154,600) of Greater London, SE England. The borough was created in 1965 by the merger of the municipal boroughs of Barnes, Richmond, and Twickenham.
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407 games, 108 goals, two league titles, an FA Cup, twice the Football Writers' player of the year and voted the best player by his peers in 1988, John Barnes enjoyed tangible success during his 10-year Liverpool career.