When Bill Shankly dipped into the transfer market to sign the virtually unknown Kevin Keegan from Scunthorpe in May 1971 it was a move that caused barely a ripple of excitement among Liverpudlians. We recall his debut v Nottingham Forest.
17th April 1954 was a dark day for Liverpool Football Club as fifty consecutive seasons of top-flight football came to an end. Defeat at home to Cardiff City consigned Don Welsh's Reds to the dreaded drop, a moment we recall.
We recall the time Liverpool suffered their most comprehensive thrashing in European competition. In thick fog Shankly's team infamously crashed to a 5-1 defeat against the then relatively unknown Ajax of Amsterdam.
On 29th December 2001 Michael capped an unforgettable 12 months by registering his 100th Liverpool goal against West Ham at Upton Park. Two minutes remained in the final Premiership fixture of the year when Owen struck the equaliser.
We take a trip back through time to recall the time Liverpool played in their first ever European Final. Glasgow was the venue for the 1966 European Cup Winners Cup Final but it wasn't to be Liverpool's night and the Germans won 2-1.
We recall the moment an unprecedented furore erupted on Merseyside on November 6th, 1959, when Liverpool signed Everton centre forward Dave Hickson to boost their promotion chances. The move across Stanley Park divided an entire city.
The League Cup was a competition never deemed high on the list of Liverpool FC but that all changed on April Fools Day 1981, when skipper Phil Thompson lifted the trophy on the Reds behalf for the first time. We recall the moment.