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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)

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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...

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

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Michael Robinson only played 30 league games for Liverpool, but left his mark in Anfield folklore all the same, writes Keith Perkins. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH5RW14_QIE&w=600&h=450] Players come...

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

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

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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....

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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...

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

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

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

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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

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

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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...

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, April 13, 2014: Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho Correia celebrates scoring the winning third goal against Manchester City with team-mate Jon Flanagan during the Premiership match at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

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Philippe Coutinho's dramatic winner in Sunday's incredible 3-2 win over Manchester City was enormous, but where does it rank among the most crucial of...