Our countdown of the 100 Players Who Shook the Kop as voted for by fans begins with a Welshman who helped the Reds secure each of their first two European Cups…
Date of birth: March 4, 1955 Place of birth: Llandudno Nationality: Welsh Position: Left-back Years at the club: 1975-78 Signed from: Wrexham Left for: Wrexham Position in 2006 poll: 63
Although only 20 years of age when Bob Paisley swooped to sign him from Wrexham, Joey Jones had made enough of an impression to leave his former manager furious with the Welsh club's decision to sanction the transfer.
Wrexham's loss was Liverpool's gain, as the Kop had a hard-hitting, tough-tackling defender to roar on from the Anfield stands. It was a short-lived, but wholly mutual, relationship.
Jones arrived on Merseyside during the summer of 1975 and was thrust into the Reds first team immediately.
The appearances would dwindle in the second half of the campaign, however, and the left-back cruelly missed out on a championship medal after making 13 league starts - one short of the required total.
The Welshman did collect an honour in his first season, though - an appearance during the early rounds of the UEFA Cup paid fruit when the Reds downed Bruges in the two-legged final.
Much greater success was to follow, as Jones enjoyed a campaign to remember in 1976-77. The defender racked up 59 games and helped the club secure the league championship and glory in the European Cup for the first time.
The Reds were within a whisker of an unprecedented treble too, with Jones creating a goal for Jimmy Case as Paisley's side suffered FA Cup final defeat by Manchester United.
Jones began the 1977-78 season as a fixture in the starting XI, beginning the European Cup defence and playing in the first leg of the European Super Cup final against Hamburg - which the Reds won.
A resurgent Tommy Smith and new boy Alan Hansen edged Jones out of contention, however, and though he collected a medal when Liverpool lifted the European Cup for a second consecutive year, Joey's Anfield career was drawing to a close.
He reached a century of games for the club with his final appearance in January 1978 before completing a switch back to Wrexham in October of the same year.
Appearances: 100 Goals: 3 Honours with LFC: 1 First Division (1976-77), 2 European Cups (1976-77, 1977-78) 1 UEFA Cup (1975-76), 1 European Super Cup (1977) Did you know? The travelling Kop immortalised Jones at the 1977 European Cup final with a banner reading 'JOEY ATE THE FROGS LEGS, MADE THE SWISS ROLL, NOW HES MUNCHING GLADBACH' Where is he now? Wrexham youth coach