Fans have voted cultured and popular midfielder Jamie Redknapp in at No.63 on our 100 Players Who Shook the Kop countdown…
Date of birth: June 25, 1973 Place of birth: Barton-On-Sea Nationality: English Position: Midfield Years at the club: 1991-2001 Signed from: Bournemouth Left for: Tottenham Position in 2006 poll: 40
One of the most popular players to ever ply their trade at Anfield, cultured midfielder Jamie Redknapp served the club with integrity and quality across 10 injury-plagued years.
The southerner was just 17 years old when he became the final signing of Kenny Dalglish's first reign as Liverpool boss; £350,000 changed hands to bring Redknapp from Bournemouth, although he would never get a chance to play for the man who signed him.
Instead Graeme Souness handed Jamie his Reds debut in a UEFA Cup clash at Auxerre in October 1991. He became the youngest player to feature in European competition for the club in the process.
Redknapp was a natural favourite of the Kop faithful given his silky passing skills, long-range shooting and accuracy from set-pieces. His career was undoubtedly on an upward trajectory, even with another change of manager.
The midfielder made a personal record of 55 appearances in all competitions for new boss Roy Evans during the 1994-95 season and claimed a League Cup winner's medal to add to his 1992 FA Cup honour.
England recognition followed and Redknapp represented his country at Euro 96 on home turf but the injury issues which so cruelly maligned his career were just around the corner; he missed out on both the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000.
Such was the Englishman's influence around the club, Jamie was named Liverpool skipper at the outset of the 1999-2000 campaign but a troublesome knee injury restricted his appearances to a disappointing 23.
As Gerard Houllier guided his team to an unprecedented cup treble of FA Cup, League Cup and UEFA Cup, Redknapp was seeking a solution to his problems in America. He was present to help Robbie Fowler lift the FA Cup in Cardiff, though - an emotional gesture.
Jamie launched yet another comeback in time for 2001-02 and scored at Charlton in what would prove to be his last ever start for Liverpool. He left in April 2002 to join Tottenham Hotspur.
Appearances: 308 Goals: 41 Honours with LFC: 1 FA Cup (1991-92), 1 League Cup (1994-95) Did you know? Jamie is the cousin of Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard Where is he now? A pundit with Sky Sports