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Liverpool’s last time at Brentford: A record-setting night in 1983

Ian Rush, 1987 :(Alamy / Action Images)

Ian Rush’s 15 years at Liverpool – and how his return denied Paul Gascoigne

Delighted Liverpool players (from left) Graham Souness, Kenny Dalglish and Alan Hansen celebrate with the Milk Cup trophy after they defeated Manchester United 2-1 in extra time at Wembley. It was Liverpool's third successive triumph in the competition, giving manager Bob Paisley a winning farewell to Wembley etires at the end of the season.

Christmas 1983 – when Liverpool played two games in 24 hours!

JOE FAGAN, LIVERPOOL manager, 1984 (Bildbyran/Press Association Images)

Liverpool FC in 1984/85: Fagan’s farewell, domestic woes and darkness in Europe

Delighted Liverpool players (from left) Graham Souness, Kenny Dalglish and Alan Hansen celebrate with the Milk Cup trophy after they defeated Manchester United 2-1 in extra time at Wembley. It was Liverpool's third successive triumph in the competition, giving manager Bob Paisley a winning farewell to Wembley etires at the end of the season.

Liverpool FC in 1982/83: Paisley bows out in style with 6th title in 9 years

Liverpool FC in 1983/84: Fagan’s treble heroes in the year Merseyside won the lot

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

(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

(L-R) The Liverpool coaching team of Chris Lawler, Roy Evans, manager Joe Fagan and Ronnie Moran celebrate with the European Cup

Joe Fagan answers the critics to lead Liverpool to an unprecedented treble

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)

Season 1985/86: Kenny Dalglish defies the doubters and rebuilds Liverpool

John Barnes, Peter Beardsley, Liverpool, 1988 (Picture by Ross Kinnaird EMPICS Sport)

Liverpool 4-0 Watford (1987) – Barnes and Beardsley at their brilliant best

Liverpool captain Alan Hansen accepts the applause of the crowd and his teammates as he walks out to lift the League Championship trophy (Picture by: Peter Robinson / EMPICS Sport)

1987/88: Liverpool’s most exciting, attractive and attacking team

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Boxing Day, Saturday, December 26, 2015: Flags and banners on the Spion Kop before the Premier League match against Leicester City at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Dundalk, Fulham & Stromgodset – Liverpool FC’s top three biggest ever wins

Book Review: Red Machine – Liverpool FC in the 80s

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, March 8, 2008: Newcastle United's assistant coach Terry McDermott during the Premiership match at Anfield. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Ex-Reds: Terry McDermott – Midfielder with an eye for goal