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1986: Liverpool player-manager Kenny Dalglish (second l) shows off the League Championship trophy as teammate Mark Lawrenson (third l) displays the FA Cup during the team's celebratory open-topped bus journey through the city, the day after they completed the Double. The other players are Ronnie Whelan (l), Alan Hansen (second r) and Craig Johnston (r) ( PA Photos/PA Archive/PA Images)

King Kenny leads Liverpool to prestigious double in debut season as player-manager

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Liverpool's John Barnes (left) celebrates the winning goal with Ian Rush (right) 1989 FA Cup final, Wembley (PA Images)

Liverpool clinch FA Cup as Merseyside unite in emotionally charged 1989 final

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The Kop last stand, Anfield: LIverpool vs Norwich, 1994 (PA Images)

The Kop’s last stand: Liverpool bid farewell in an emotional fashion

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Alan Hansen, Kenny Dalglish and Graeme Souness celebrate with the cup, 1978 (Picture by Peter Robinson EMPICS Sport)

Liverpool win back-to-back European Cups with King Kenny on target at Wembley

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(l-r) Ronny Rosenthal, Ian Rush, Ronnie Whelan, Alan Hansen and John Barnes (All Action/EMPICS Entertainment)

Title 18: Liverpool’s juggernaut arrives at final destination

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Kenny Dalglish celebrates with the European Cup. 1978, Club Brugge, Wembley. (Image: Peter Robinson/EMPICS Sport)

Kenny Dalglish: The Scot who ascended the Liverpool FC throne

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Liverpool's Steven Gerrard celebrates victory with The UEFA Champions League Trophy, Istanbul 2005 (PA Images)

The ‘unexplainable’ miracle of Istanbul immortalises Rafa Benitez’s Reds

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Bob Paisley - archive-205330-2

Bob Paisley: The reluctant successor creates his own story of legend

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Liverpool fans line the streets as the team parade the three trophies won during season 2000-2001 season ( Matthew Ashton/EMPICS Sport)

Liverpool’s 80 days of heaven as Reds secure remarkable cup treble

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Stan Collymore, Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle, 1996 (Picture by: David Kendall / PA Archive/Press Association Images)

The 4-3 thriller: A game for the ages on “nerve-tingling” Anfield night

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(L-R) Liverpool's Jimmy Case and Phil Neal, who scored the final goal, kiss the European Cup

The night in Rome where Liverpool’s illustrious European Cup history took flight

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NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, ENGLAND - Saturday, October 19, 2013: Liverpool's Luis Suarez in action against Newcastle United during the Premiership match at St. James' Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Luis Suarez, a cut above the rest: From controversy to award-winning genius

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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - MAY 1996: Liverpool's players celebrate winning the FA Youth Cup after beating West Ham United during the Final 2nd Leg at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)..Back row L-R: Ian Dunbavin, Jamie Carragher, Lee Prior, Jamie Cassidy, Mark Quinn, Gareth Roberts, Roy Naylor, Mark Turkington. Front row L-R: Jon Newby, David Thompson, Phil Brazier, Andy Parkinson, Michael Owen and Stuart Quinn.

Liverpool’s future stars fulfil childhood dreams as FA Youth Cup lands at Anfield

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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, September 10, 2016: A general view of Liverpool's new Main Stand during the FA Premier League match against Leicester City at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Fortress Anfield dominates the skyline as new Main Stand opens for business

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Robbie Fowler scoring his second goal against Arsenal at Anfield.

4 minutes and 33 seconds of heaven as Robbie Fowler nets record-breaking hat-trick

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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Friday, October 9, 2015: Liverpool announce German Jürgen Klopp as new manager during a press conference at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

The day the ‘Normal One’ arrived to set Liverpool on course back to their perch

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Alex Raisbeck’s Reds enthral the masses as Liverpool secure first league title

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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, February 6, 2016: Liverpool supporters protest with black flags and banners "Football without fans is nothing" before the Premier League match against Sunderland at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

A protest and a 77th-minute walkout which realigned Liverpool and its owners

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Liverpool captain Ron Yeats (top) holds onto the FA Cup as he is hoisted aloft by his jubilant teammates after their 2-1 win: (l-r) Geoff Strong, Yeats, Wilf Stevenson, Peter Thompson, Ian St John, Gerry Byrne, Ian Callaghan - PA Photos/PA Archive/PA Images

Liverpool’s first FA Cup win – the Reds’ “finest hour” of 1965

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3 games, 13 goals: Rafa Benitez and Liverpool’s 2009 demolition week

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