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(L-R) Liverpool's David Fairclough and Phil Thompson celebrate the winning goal (Picture by S&G S&G and Barratts/EMPICS Sport)

The night that left Anfield “shaking” as Supersub delivered for Liverpool

Liverpool team group, 1892: (back row of directors, l-r) J Dermott, B Bailey, S Cooper, FC Howarth, A Nisbet, H Cooper, C Gibson, HP Ellis, L Crosthwaite (middle row of players, l-r) John McCartney, Matt McQueen, captain Andrew Hannah, goalkeeper Billy McOwen, Duncan McLean, Douglas Dick, David Henderson, trainer F Whiteway (front row, l-r) Patrick Gordon, Malcolm McVean, Joe McQue, Jim McBride, John McKenna, President John Houlding, J Ramsay, Harry Bradshaw, Jimmy Stott, Hugh McQueen - EMPICS/EMPICS Sport

John Houlding, Anfield and the vote that birthed Liverpool FC

Bill Shankly’s Hungary lesson and a cautionary tale for Liverpool vs. Atleti

Video: The story of Liverpool FC’s first ever game, on this day in 1892

Video: 125 years of Liverpool FC in 125 seconds

Liverpool team group: (back row of directors, l-r) J Dermott, B Bailey, S Cooper, FC Howarth, A Nisbet, H Cooper, C Gibson, HP Ellis, L Crosthwaite (middle row of players, l-r) John McCartney, Matt McQueen, captain Andrew Hannah, goalkeeper Billy McOwen, Duncan McLean, Douglas Dick, David Henderson, trainer F Whiteway (front row, l-r) Patrick Gordon, Malcolm McVean, Joe McQue, Jim McBride, John McKenna, President John Houlding, J Ramsay, Harry Bradshaw, Jimmy Stott, Hugh McQueen

How Liverpool FC were founded: The boardroom battle that gave birth to a dynasty

Video: The origins of Liverpool FC

125 years ago today Liverpool FC was formed

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

You’ll Never Walk Alone: The story of The Kop’s greatest hymn

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, May 24, 2009: Liverpool supporters on the Spion Kop before the Premiership match against Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield. (Photo by: David Tickle/Propaganda)

Humour, loyalty & passion – Memories of the old Spion Kop

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Friday, December 26, 2008: A bronze statue of Liverpool's legendary manager Bill Shankly at Anfield. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

You’ve not seen nothing like the mighty Emlyn

Let’s stop looking backwards at LFC

The Kop in the 60’s Quiz Answers

LFC Mastermind: The Kop in the Sixties

Liverpool FC – The team that Shankly bred

Liverpudlian takes a walk down memory lane and recounts the glory years as Bill Shankly transformed Liverpool FC into the Club that went on to ‘conquer the bloody World’.

Through the wind and rain

Si Steers explains why we as supporters need to look to the future rather than having expectations based on our past.