Kenny Dalglish’s men may have won the FA Cup in a wonderful game against Everton, but thoughts and prayers were elsewhere on the day. Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE remembers.
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Saturday, May 13, 2006, marks the most recent occasion that the Reds lifted the FA Cup. JAMES NOBLE remembers the contribution made by their skipper which saw them claim victory in Cardiff.
Tom Watson spent 742 games – and just shy of 19 years – in charge of the club between 1896 and his death in 1915. In that time, he took them from hopefuls, to contenders, to winners.
On April 29, 2001, the 20-year-old midfielder’s barnstorming breakout campaign was rewarded with a notable personal accolade. Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE reports.
Mohamed Salah was named PFA Player of the Year in his debut Liverpool season, after a campaign which yielded 44 goals. JAMES NOBLE remembers a year like no other for the Egyptian.
On the former Liverpool man’s 39th birthday, nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE looks back at his lively stint on Merseyside between August 2008 and July 2010 – and the eventful career either side of that.
The Kopite Podcast’s JAY PEARSON shares his memories of the enthralling Champions League encounter with nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE.
Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE looks back at the events in 1981 where – after a replay and highly entertaining clash – the Reds received the first ever winners’ medals.
On the 15th anniversary of one of the liveliest Merseyside derbies to date, nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE looks back at the events that made this one of the great Anfield contests.