It’s 16 years to the day since Liverpool signed two Spaniards who would go onto become legends at the club.
Category: Throwback Thursday
On this day in 2011, the Kop got its first look at four new Liverpool players. Little did anyone know just how different the paths their respective careers would take afterwards. JAMES NOBLE reports.
On July 2, 1986, Ian Rush returned to Liverpool on loan for the season a month after signing for Juventus. Two years later, he was back at Anfield permanently. JAMES MILLER remembers the serial goalscorer who just couldn’t stay away.
Five years to the day after James Milner agreed to join the Reds, James Noble assesses his contributions and impact so far.
On May 28, 2018, rumours of Liverpool’s interest in Fabinho started circulating on Twitter. Just a couple of hours later he was announced as the club’s latest signing.
Beyond securing a Champions League place that already seemed nailed on, the Reds’ routine victory over long-since relegated Boro bore little significance at the time. Little did we know it would pave the way for three years of rampant success.
James Noble takes a look back at Tommy Lawrence’s impressive 390-game Liverpool career and The Flying Pig’s impact on Bill Shankly’s Reds side.
A year to the day after the Reds’ famous Champions League comeback at Anfield, James Noble recounts the drama with help from Guardian journalist Jonathan Liew, BBC Radio 5 Live commentator Ian Dennis, The Anfield Wrap’s Craig Hannan, Steven Scragg of These Football Times and the voice of Anfield himself, George Sephton.
We take a look back at the visit — and victory — of Norwich City on April 30, 1994, a day when even more eyes than normal will surely have been drawn beyond that familiar goalmouth at the Kop End, Anfield.
On this day in 1992, one of Liverpool Football Club’s favourite sons began his legendary journey with the club. Here is his story.