At number 81 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is stalwart winger of the fifties and early sixties, Alan A'Court.
Phil Taylor, one of Liverpool FC's finest ever servants, has been voted in at number 82 in our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown.
Michael Thomas initially shook the Kop for all the wrong reasons but was later forgiven by the Anfield faithful when he netted one of the best-ever FA Cup Final goals.
Howard Gayle achieved two notable claims to fame during his short, but sweet, 1st team career. He was the first black player to represent the club and once ran the mighty Bayern Munich ragged.
Coming in at number 85 in our 100PWSTK countdown is popular left back from the 1970's Alec Lindsay.
At number 86 in our countdown is Nicky Barmby who shook the Kop with his transfer from Everton to Liverpool in 2000.
Coming in at number 87 in our 100 PWSTK countdown is striking starlet of the 60's Alun Evans, once the most expensive teenager in football.
Mark Walters wings his way into 88th place in our 100 PWSTK countdown after scoring a couple of never to be forgotten Anfield goals
Number 89 in 100 Players Who Shook The Kop is Donald McKinlay, a defensive stalwart from the 1920s.
Striker Neil Mellor has been voted into 90th place in 100 Players Who Shook The Kop
Titi Camara's explosive style won over many fans during his short stay at Anfield as he finished his first season at Anfield as runner-up to Michael Owen in the Anfield scoring charts.
When it came to hitting the back of the net on a regular basis, 1920s marksman Harry Chambers was right up there with the best of them and he's been voted ina at number 92 in 100 PWSTK.
Sam Hardy was one of the first in a long line of great Liverpool goalkeepers and he's been voted in at number 94 in our countdown of '100 Players Who Shook The Kop'.
Geoff Strong has been voted into 95th place in 100 PWSTK. Watch our exclusive video tribute online now.
He may have only been at Anfield a short time but French ace Nicolas Anelka is number 96 in 100 Players Who Shook The Kop
Nigel Clough crashes into our 100 Players Who Shook the Kop series at 97
We continue our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown by recalling the career of 1920s favourite Tom Bromilow.
Gerard Houllier signing Erik Meijer has been voted No.99 in our 100 Players Who Shook The Kop series.
Eighties midfield star John Wark has been voted into 100th place in our 100 Players Who Shook The Kop series.
The first present day player to make it into our '100 Players Who Shook The Kop' countdown is Mali international midfielder Momo Sissoko, an influential member of Liverpool's 2006 FA Cup winning team.