As Sir Kenny Dalglish turns 70, nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE charts some of the Scot’s remarkable contributions to Liverpool Football Club.
Category: Throwback Thursday
The first piece of silverware under Gérard Houllier, which provided the platform for his side to go on to greater things over the remainder of the 2001 season. Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE remembers the cup final and what subsequently followed.
Anfield has been the stage for some memorable Liverpool victories over Everton in recent times. Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE remembers some of the best.
Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE remembers Macca, a leading light for Liverpool in the ’90s who deserved to win more silverware for the club.
Nostalgia writer JAMES NOBLE remembers Ian Callaghan, Liverpool’s record appearance-maker and a true legend of the club.
From the famous boot room came a Liverpool manager whose love for the club was unquestionable. JAMES NOBLE remembers Roy Evans’ career at Anfield.
Before he was a Sky Sports pundit, Phil Thompson had a distinguished playing career at Anfield before becoming assistant to the late, great Gérard Houllier. JAMES NOBLE remembers Thommo’s Liverpool days.
ADAM ROBERTSON remembers one of the greatest, and most important, games of the Jürgen Klopp era, three years on.
The Scottish international – who would go on to captain and manage the Reds – won 13 major trophies on Merseyside and is, unsurprisingly, viewed by most as one of the very best players in the club’s history.
JAMES NOBLE looks at the two years since Curtis Jones was first introduced to Liverpool fans – and wonders what the next decade might hold for him.