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Pepe Reina

Pepe Reina

Pepe Reina enjoyed a dream first season between the sticks at Anfield, setting a new club clean-sheet record and saving the vital spot-kick that confirmed FA Cup success against West Ham at the Millennium Stadium in May.

62 - Danny Murphy

62 - Danny Murphy

Danny Murphy achieved everlasting fame among Liverpudlians with his three memorable match-winning strikes against Manchester United in the early 2000's and has been voted into our 100PWSTK countdown at number 62.

63 - Joey Jones

63 - Joey Jones

Fans favourite Joey Jones comes in at number 63 in our countdown of 100 Players Who Shook the Kop.

Our tribute to Vladimir Smicer

Our tribute to Vladimir Smicer

Our tribute after you voted Vladi 64 in the 100 Players Who Shook The Kop series

65 - Mark Wright

65 - Mark Wright

Former LFC skipper Mark Wright, who captained the Reds to the FA Cup in 1992 comes in at number 65 in our 100PWSTK countdown.

66 - Matt Busby

66 - Matt Busby

He may be more renowned for his spell in charge of Manchester United but it should never be forgotten that Matt Busby enjoyed a commendable playing career at Anfield shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War.

67 - Djibril Cisse

67 - Djibril Cisse

He may have his doubters but there can be no denying that Djibril Cisse has shaken the Kop during his two years at Anfield. The current Reds striker has been voted in at number 67.

68 - Gary Gillespie

68 - Gary Gillespie

At number 68 in our countdown of '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' is towering centre-back of the 1980s Gary Gillespie.

69 - Jari Litmanen

69 - Jari Litmanen

He might have joined the club late into his career but Jari Litmanen still breaks into the Top 70.

70 - Ronnie Moran

70 - Ronnie Moran

Coming in at number 70 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is Liverpool legend and 1950's full-back Ronnie Moran.

71 - Paul Walsh

71 - Paul Walsh

Dribbling his way into our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown at number 71 is skilful striker of the mid-eighties Paul Walsh.

72 - E.Longworth

72 - E.Longworth

At number 72 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is long-serving defender of Liverpool's early days, Ephraim Longworth.

73 - Peter Crouch

73 - Peter Crouch

Current striking ace and England World Cup star Peter Crouch enters our 100 PWSTK countdown at number 73.

74 - Jack Balmer

74 - Jack Balmer

Crashing into the Top 100 at Number 74 is Liverpool-born striker Jack Balmer, a man who once scored 10 goals in three games!

75 - Brian Hall

75 - Brian Hall

Seventies midfielder Brian Hall is number 75 in 100 PWSTK

76 - Ronny Rosenthal

76 - Ronny Rosenthal

'Rocket' Ronny Rosenthal blasts himself into our countdown at no. 76

77 - David Johnson

77 - David Johnson

At number 77 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is striker David Johnson, an unsung member of the great Liverpool side that dominated in the late 70s/early 80s.

78 - Sam Raybould

78 - Sam Raybould

Sam Raybould was Liverpool's original record-breaking marksman and for the first 37 years of the club's existence it was his name that headed the all-time Anfield goalscoring chart.

Free Clip 79 - Patrik Berger

79 - Patrik Berger

Signed just months after impressing for the Czech Republic in Euro 96, Patrik Berger made an explosive start to his Liverpool career, netting four times in his first three games for the Reds.

80 - Tommy Lawrence

80 - Tommy Lawrence

Sixties goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence, aka 'The Flying Pig' dives into 100 PWSTK at number 80.