It's time for a Welsh forward who enjoyed two separate spells at Anfield to enter our 100 Players Who Shook the Kop list in 65th place…
Date of birth: July 13, 1979 Place of birth: Cardiff Nationality: Welsh Position: Forward Years at the club: 2006-07, 2011-12 Signed from: Blackburn, Manchester City Left for: West Ham, Cardiff City Position in 2006 poll: None
Fiery Welsh forward Craig Bellamy had the rare privilege of representing Liverpool during two separate periods and made important contributions for the Reds on both occasions.
Bellamy's goalscoring exploits for Blackburn Rovers in 2005-06 caught the eye of Rafael Benitez and the man from Cardiff - who supported the club as a child - achieved a lifelong dream when a switch to Anfield was sealed.
With Peter Crouch and Dirk Kuyt competing for playing time, Craig was not always a starter under Benitez but he clocked up 42 appearances and notched a first Liverpool goal against Maccabi Haifa.
Blessed with blistering pace and a cool eye in front of goal, the striker was equally competent on a technical level; Bellamy was just as comfortable in creating an opportunity as converting one.
The landmark moment of his first campaign with Liverpool undoubtedly arrived in February 2007, when he found the target during a Champions League clash with Barcelona at the Nou Camp; much to his frustration, however, the Welshman was unused during the final defeat by AC Milan.
"The chance had gone. As a fan of the club, I felt sick about the defeat. As a player denied the chance to play the biggest game in club football I just felt empty," he revealed in his recently released autobiography.
Bellamy departed that summer but was granted the chance to come back four years later as Kenny Dalglish rescued the striker from a spell with Manchester City which had turned sour.
Still among the quickest players at the club's disposal and with a renewed maturity, Craig made an even greater impression upon his return and satisfyingly knocked his former club City out of the League Cup with a semi-final winner.
Brendan Rodgers was appointed manager in the summer of 2012 and insisted Bellamy had a role to play but few begrudged the Welsh international a permanent move back to Cardiff.
Appearances: 79 Goals: 18 Honours with LFC: 1 League Cup (2011-12) Did you know? In 2008,Bellamy launched his own charity foundation to help young people in Sierra Leone Where is he now? Cardiff City