On the 30th anniversary of the versatile midfielder’s arrival from Arsenal, James Noble recalls the career of a man who had a genuinely unique set of impacts upon the club.
Reliving and revisiting the big moment’s from Liverpool’s glorious past.
13 years on from his first goal for the Reds, James Noble wonders if the French striker might be unfairly lumped in with players who had much less of an impact than him at Anfield.
The classy, metronomic presence of the Real Sociedad academy graduate was a prominent feature of Rafael Benítez’s Liverpool for five years and 210 competitive appearances. James Noble looks at his life in football.
Nostalgia writer James Noble looks back on the legendary former captain’s inspirational substitute appearance against Napoli in November 2010.
On Milan Baroš’ 40th birthday, nostalgia writer James Noble looks back at the impact the Czech international had during his time at Anfield.
Ahead of the Reds’ trip to Old Trafford on Sunday, James Noble looks back on the career of a man who became Liverpool skipper despite his history with their greatest rivals.
James Noble remembers Sebastián Coates’ time as a Liverpool player, and ponders why the Uruguayan – now club captain and a serial trophy winner with Sporting CP – didn’t make more of his time at Anfield.
Anfield was in mourning one day after the death of Bill Shankly, but it was about to get its first glimpse at the goal-scoring talent of its next hero.
JAMES NOBLE recalls the craziest penalty shootout in Liverpool’s history – one they thankfully ended up on the right side of.
When still in his 20s and working as a teacher, the future Liverpool manager got his first glimpse of Anfield football – and was able to witness plenty of goals as the Reds ran riot.