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Date of birth: August 31, 1982 Place of birth: Madrid Nationality: Spanish Position: Goalkeeper Years at the club: 2005-present Signed from: Villarreal Left for: None Position in 2006 poll: 61
Pepe Reina has undoubtedly established himself as one of the world's finest goalkeepers during eight years of still ongoing service for Liverpool, which have included two major trophies and a Champions League final.
A model of consistency between the posts, the Spaniard is an archetypal modern stopper with lightning reflexes and accurate distribution to both prevent the opposition and prompt Red attacks.
Jose Manuel Reina, to give the No.25 his full name, was recruited from La Liga outfit Villarreal in the summer of 2005, as part of Rafael Benitez's plan to restructure the Liverpool squad following Champions League glory.
A club record of 11 consecutive clean sheets was achieved midway through Pepe's opening season at Anfield and he would end the campaign a hero courtesy of his performance during the dramatic FA Cup final against West Ham.
Having made a handful of mistakes in normal time, Reina ensured the showpiece continued to penalties with a phenomenal, one-handed save in the closing seconds to deny Nigel Reo-Coker with the help of a post.
In the subsequent shoot-out, Pepe provided proof of his speciality in penalty situations by saving three of the Hammers' four attempts from 12 yards - the Spain international could celebrate a trophy in his first campaign.
He repeated the trick 12 months on, saving twice to help Liverpool eliminate Chelsea in the Champions League semi-finals; there would be disappointment in the Athens final, however, as AC Milan triumphed.
Between 2007 and 2011, the 'keeper played every single one of our Barclays Premier League fixtures and he was recognised by supporters with the fans' player of the year accolade in 2010.
Reina collected his second major honour with the Reds in 2011-12, although on this occasion he was not required to save any penalties as Liverpool saw off Cardiff on spot-kicks in the League Cup final at Wembley.
FA Cup final disappointment followed but a satisfying 2012-13 season allowed Pepe to near the 400-appearance mark for the Reds and, still aged just 30, the Spaniard could be around for many more years to come.
Appearances: 395 Goals: 0 Honours with LFC: 1 FA Cup (2005-06), 1 League Cup (2011-12) Did you know? Goalkeeping runs in the Reina family - Pepe's father, Miguel, played for Barcelona and Atletico Madrid Where is he now? Still at the club