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1 - Kenny Dalglish

1 - Kenny Dalglish

Kenny Dalglish is crowned No.1 in our 100 PWSTK series. Long live the King! Watch the video tribute now and see what Kenny has to say about winning the series.

2 - Steven Gerrard

2 - Steven Gerrard

Runner up in our 100 Players Who Shook The Kop series is Steven Gerrard. The European Cup-winning captain is official unveiled as the club's 2nd greatest Kop shaker.

3 - Ian Rush

3 - Ian Rush

At number three in our 100 Players Who Shook the Kop series is Ian Rush

4 - Robbie Fowler

4 - Robbie Fowler

At No.4 in our 100 PWSTK series is 'God' himself - Robbie Fowler. The Toxteth Terror lit up the Premiership like no striker before or since.

5 - John Barnes

5 - John Barnes

Straight in at No.5 in the 100 PWSTK countdown is the one and only wing wonder John Barnes - possibly the most exciting LFC player ever.

Billy Liddell

Billy Liddell

Life as a Liverpudlian in the 1950s was no bed of roses but while Billy Liddell was around there was always a shining light - he was so good they renamed the club in his honour!

7 - Jamie Carragher

7 - Jamie Carragher

A no-nonsense defender, who plays with the passion and devotion of the most fanatical Liverpudlian, Jamie Carragher has been a key figure in all of the Reds' recent triumphs and his value to the team is priceless.

8 - Kevin Keegan

8 - Kevin Keegan

Legendary striker Kevin Keegan enters the countdown at number 8 in 100 PWSTK

9 - Graeme Souness

9 - Graeme Souness

Forget his turbulent tenure in the Anfield hot-seat and remember Graeme Souness for his majestic midfield performances in the famous Red shirt during the most dominant period of success in the club's history.

Emlyn Hughes tribute

Emlyn Hughes tribute

The first player to be unveiled in the top ten of our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is inspirational skipper of the all-conquering mid-seventies team, Emlyn Hughes.

11 - Ray Clemence

11 - Ray Clemence

Coming in at number 11 in our 100 Players Who Shook the Kop countdown is the one and only Ray Clemence, one of the best keepers to grace Anfield

12 - Alan Hansen

12 - Alan Hansen

Cool on the ball, calm under pressure and an integral member of the meanest defence in Liverpool history, Alan Hansen in a red shirt was class personified and is rated by many as this club's finest ever central defender.

13 - Roger Hunt

13 - Roger Hunt

Roger Hunt comes in at number 13 in our 100 Players Who Shook The Kop series. Find out why Sir Roger was so important to LFC by watching the video clip.

14 - Michael Owen

14 - Michael Owen

A boy wonder for club and country, Michael Owen's emergence on the senior scene caused unprecedented ripples of excitement inside Anfield and his goals in the years that followed gave us all host of golden memories.

15 - Ian Callaghan

15 - Ian Callaghan

There can be no better role model for aspiring young Liverpool players than the club's record appearance holder Ian Callaghan, who's highly distinguished Anfield career that spanned almost two decades.

16 - Jan Molby

16 - Jan Molby

Coming in at number 16 in our 100 Players Who Shook The Kop countdown is Great Dane Jan Molby

17-Bruce Grobbelaar

17-Bruce Grobbelaar

Voted in at number 17 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' series is the often eccentric but highly successful goalkeeper of the 1980's, Bruce Grobbelaar.

18-David Fairclough

18-David Fairclough

Coming in at number 18 is the Bionic Carrot who was affectionately known as Super Sub David Fairclough

19 - Peter Beardsley

19 - Peter Beardsley

As a star performer in one of the greatest attacking sides ever assembled at Anfield, Peter Beardsley more than repaid the club record fee Kenny Dalglish paid Newcastle to sign him.

20 - Phil Neal

20 - Phil Neal

Never has the term 'Mr Consistency' been more apt than when discussing the merits of Phil Neal in a Liverpool shirt - one of the finest and most successful full-back's in this club's history.