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So many foreign players have shook the Kop throughout Liverpool's 121-year history – but which 10 have made more appearances than the rest and are thus deserving of the title 'honorary Scouser'?
Daniel Agger's commitment to the Liverpool cause was acknowledged this week when a banner in his name was proudly displayed during the Reds' 4-0 triumph over Wigan.
Lucas Leiva and Martin Skrtel both passed the 200 games mark earlier this season and Pepe Reina is now a seven-year custodian between the sticks at Anfield.
And with the lethal Luis Suarez racking up the appearances and goals and declaring his love for the city and the club in each interview, the current Reds squad is hardly short of 'honorary Scousers'.
But just one of the four aforementioned have made our countdown of foreign appearance-holders.
The list has been based on the amount of games played for the club, so fans favourites like Xabi Alonso (with 210 appearances) and Stephane Henchoz (with 205) have also narrowly missed out.
Our countdown excludes those who are UK or Ireland nationals and stretches right back to a South African international who played his first Reds game in 1925.
Click on the arrow below to flick through our Kop 10 honorary Scousers shortlist.
Author: @LFC Tagged:
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