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Forgotten Heroes

ATHENS, GREECE - Thursday, November 23, 2000: Liverpool's Steve Staunton in action against Olympiacos during the UEFA Cup 3rd Round 1st Leg match at the Olympic Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Keith Perkins looks back at the career of Liverpool left-back Steve Staunton, who had two spells at Anfield in the 1980s and 1990s. There must...

Our forgotten heroes series makes a welcome return, with Keith paying tribute to a squad player from the early seventies who returned to Anfield...

Michael Robinson only played 30 league games for Liverpool, but left his mark in Anfield folklore all the same, writes Keith Perkins. Players come and...

Keith Perkins continues his Forgotten Heroes series with an in-depth look at the career of left-half, Willie Stevenson.

IF a club is willing to break its own record for a player transfer, then you would hope that the staff of the club...

Some players in Liverpool's history have been considered great enough to be included in the official website's '100 Players Who Shook The Kop.' Some...

Gordon Milne: A nice guy who managed to win When Bill Shankly arrived at Anfield in December of 1959, he immediately set about the task...

PERHAPS the most under-rated goalkeeper in the League during the sixties was our man Tommy Lawrence. For some unfathomable reason he was never considered...

Forgotten Heroes: Rob Jones Early in the 1991-92 season, Liverpool were in the market for a right back to replace utility player Steve Nicol, who...

IF EVER there was a player to break the hearts of all Liverpool supporters, it would have to be Arsenal's Michael Thomas in 1989....

Monday morning's walk down memory lane takes us back to the 1970's and a (converted) left back who was signed by Bill Shankly and...

Avi Cohen - Brief Encounter Avraham (Avi) Cohen only made a few appearances for Liverpool over two seasons, but he will be fondly remembered...

Larry Lloyd '“ Timing is Everything Whenever a player leaves a club, there's always a certain amount of concern that he may come back...

Football is not widely known as a 'œtough' sport. That is, not by those who have never played the game. But, there have been...

Keith Perkins continues the impressive Forgotten Heroes series with a look at one of Bill Shankly's signings whose career at Anfield started brightly but...

If my primary school headmaster had seen Chris Lawler's performances for Liverpool in the sixties and early seventies, he would have died of apoplexy...

Columnist Keith Perkins begins another look at some of Anfield's Forgotten Heroes, beginning with Howard Gayle. Keith will be bringing more old faces back to...

Ray Kennedy was a rare bird, a deceptively talented individual whose contribution one of Liverpool's greatest sides made a nonsense of any attempt to...

'œTake a walk around my new centre half, Gentlemen' The gleeful invitation came from the master of banter Bill Shankly, introducing his mountainous new...

When a sprightly, if rather distant championship challenge withered in April 1963 - the Reds first spring in the top flight for 9 years...

If ever one player embodied the multitude of qualities which built Liverpool into one of the world's greatest clubs then, undeniably, Ian Callaghan was...