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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

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

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

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

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

(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

Keegan to Kenny: A new king ascends the Liverpool throne

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: The reluctant successor creates his own story of legend

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

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

(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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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