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21 - Ian St John

21 - Ian St John

In at number 21 in our 100 PWSTK countdown is legendary 60's icon and goalscorer supreme Ian St John

22 - Steve McManaman

22 - Steve McManaman

A winger, blessed with exceptional close control and dribbling skills, Steve McManaman was one of the most exciting homegrown talents Liverpool have ever produced and a shining light in the side during the 1990's.

23 - Steve Heighway

23 - Steve Heighway

A winger who possessed electrifying pace and scintillating skill in equal abundance, Steve Heighway was a key component in the all-conquering Reds eleven that dominated at home and abroad in the '70s.

24 - Luis Garcia

24 - Luis Garcia

At number 24 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is diminutive Spanish scorer of so many recent crucial goals, Luis Garcia.

25 - Tommy Smith

25 - Tommy Smith

At number 25 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is the one and only 'Anfield Iron' Tommy Smith.

26 - John Aldridge

26 - John Aldridge

Coming in at number 26 in our 100 Players Who Shook the countdown is Kop scoring legend John Aldridge

27 - Phil Thompson

27 - Phil Thompson

Phil Thompson enters the 100 PSWTK countdown at number 27

28 - Ray Kennedy

28 - Ray Kennedy

An immensely gifted, if slightly unsung, left-sided midfielder, Kennedy's role in Liverpool's domination of the domestic and European game during the late seventies was priceless.

29 - Ron Yeats

29 - Ron Yeats

In at No.29 in our 100 Players That Shook the Kop series is Ron Yeats - the rock within Bill Shankly's team

30 - Ronnie Whelan

30 - Ronnie Whelan

Midfielder Ronnie Whelan enters the countdown at number 30 in 100 PWSTK

31 - Alan Kennedy

31 - Alan Kennedy

At No.31 in our 100 Players Who Shook The Kop series is Alan Kennedy - the scorer of two European Cup winning goals.

32 - Gary McAllister

32 - Gary McAllister

At No.32 in our 100 Players Who Shook The Kop is Gary McAllister - a midfielder who bacame an instant legend at the club

Xabi Alonso

Xabi Alonso

Midfield maestro Xabi Alonso has been one of the most impressive signings of Rafael Benitez's managerial reign at Anfield and a pivotal figure in Liverpool's recent resurgence.

34 - John Toshack

34 - John Toshack

The towering presence of Welshman John Toshack in a Liverpool shirt struck fear into opposition defences for the best part of the 1970's and was a key factor in the success achieved by the club at home and abroad during this time.

35 - Mark Lawrenson

35 - Mark Lawrenson

At number 35 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is one of this club's finest ever central defenders, Mark Lawrenson.

36 - Jerzy Dudek

36 - Jerzy Dudek

Whatever the future may hold for Jerzy Dudek it's doubtful his career will ever scale the heights of that glorious night in Istanbul on 25 May 2005 when his goalkeeping heroics helped win a 5th European Cup for Reds.

Free Clip 37 - Terry McDermott

37 - Terry McDermott

Terry Mac was a tireless and spectacular midfield performer during Liverpool's most dominant era of success.

38 - Sami Hyypia

38 - Sami Hyypia

Sami Hyypia must be regarded as one of the most inspired signings Liverpool have ever made. The towering 6ft 3in Finn has been the rock on which much of the Reds' recent success has been built.

39 - Steve Nicol

39 - Steve Nicol

During his illustrious Anfield career the versatile Steve Nicol distinguished himself as one of the finest players to ever pull on a Red shirt.

40 - Jamie Redknapp

40 - Jamie Redknapp

At number 40 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is popular former Reds midfielder and captain Jamie Redknapp.