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41 - Elisha Scott

41 - Elisha Scott

The legend of Elisha Scott will live forever in Liverpool folklore. Arguably the greatest goalkeeper to keep goal for the Reds, Scott remains one of the most famous figures to have represented the club.

42 - Steve McMahon

42 - Steve McMahon

Halewood-born Steve McMahon was Kenny Dalglish's first signing as Liverpool manager in September 1985 and what an inspired acquisition it proved to be.

43-John Arne Riise

43-John Arne Riise

Liverpool's most successful Norwegian import made an explosive start to his Anfield career and quickly earned cult-status among the fans on the Kop.

44 - Dietmar Hamann

44 - Dietmar Hamann

The recently departed Dietmar Hamann is fully deserving of his status as a modern day Liverpool legend for it was his contribution that changed the destiny of the two most dramatic cup finals in living memory.

45 - Jimmy Case

45 - Jimmy Case

Midfielder Jimmy Case has been voted in at number 45 in 100 PWSTK

46 - Gerry Byrne

46 - Gerry Byrne

Voted in at number 46 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is tough-tackling full-back of the sixties, Gerry Byrne.

47 - Sammy Lee

47 - Sammy Lee

It's debatable if there has ever been a more passionate Liverpool player than midfielder Sammy Lee and in an eight-year playing career at Anfield he deservedly amassed a glittering array of honours.

48 - Peter Thompson

48 - Peter Thompson

Peter Thompson a flying winger, who possessed lightening pace and intricate close control, was one of the games great entertainers during his decade at Anfield.

49 - Alex Raisbeck

49 - Alex Raisbeck

Central defender Alex Raisbeck - regarded as the club's first superstar - enters the countdown at number 49

50 - Albert Stubbins

50 - Albert Stubbins

Albert Stubbins enters the countdown at number 50 as we reach the half way mark in 100 PWSTK

51 - Chris Lawler

51 - Chris Lawler

One of the most prolific goalscoring full-back's in football history, the quiet and unassuming Chris Lawler - aka Silent Knight - played a prominent role in both of Bill Shankly's great Anfield teams.

52 - Ray Houghton

52 - Ray Houghton

Ray Houghton was the final piece in the jigsaw of Kenny Dalglish's great team of the late 80s and played a pivotal role in the success of this time.

53 - Markus Babbel

53 - Markus Babbel

Markus Babbel's Liverpool career may have been tragically cut down in its prime through illness but the former German international did more than enough in his four years at Anfield to be considered a true legend of the club.

54 - Gordon Hodgson

54 - Gordon Hodgson

Liverpool's answer to Everton legend Dixie Dean, Hodgson was a prolific marksman whose achievements in front of goal set new records at Anfield.

55 - Steve Finnan

55 - Steve Finnan

Present day right back Steve Finnan enters the 100 PWSTK countdown at number 55.

56 - Bob Paisley

56 - Bob Paisley

He's more famous for his legendary deeds as a manager but Bob Paisley was not a bad player either, hence his inclusion at number 56 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown.

57 - Stan Collymore

57 - Stan Collymore

Stan Collymore shook the Kop in more ways than one during his brief, incident-packed, time at Anfield and remains one of the most talked about players to have ever pulled on the famous red shirt.

58  Stephane Henchoz

58 Stephane Henchoz

Swiss defender Stephane Henchoz makes it in at no 58 on our list

Free Clip 59 - Craig Johnston

59 - Craig Johnston

Craig Johnston was one of the most popular characters to ply his trade at Anfield during the 1980's and an integral member of the all-conquering teams of this time.

60 - Rob Jones

60 - Rob Jones

Injury plagued defender Rob Jones enters the countdown at number 60