JAMES NOBLE speaks to Andrew Knott — the man behind the striking mosaics held aloft on the Kop and beyond over the last 24 years — about how they are organised, his experiences supporting the Reds since the mid-1970s and Jürgen Klopp’s class of 2020.
With no crowd to cheer on, the restart of the Bundesliga has seen few home wins so far. Will there be a similar pattern when the Premier League resumes? And will Liverpool be one of the sides to suffer at home?
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.
Despite a terrific performance in the first half, Liverpool somehow found themselves behind at the break having not scored. All that changed as the Reds came out for the second half.
18 months ago, the Cameroonian’s Anfield career seemed to be drawing to it’s natural conclusion. Now, after some terrific performances and a little bit of luck, he has been rewarded with a new five-year contract.
A man with almost 500 Liverpool appearances and almost three decades of service to the club under his belt — we remember Steve Heighway’s Anfield career on the anniversary of his first goal for the Reds.