My Liverpool Premier League XI

Liverpool have had a lot of quality players playing for the club during the Premier League era. We haven’t been as successful as we should have – our pedigree demands so much more.  So I thought; ‘what if I could choose anyone Liverpool player, past or present as long as they’ve graced the Premier League to form a fantasy team.’  […]

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Steven Gerrard

There have been so many great Liverpool players in the past. If everyone were to write a list Steven Gerrard would be in the top 2. The other player 9 times out of 10 would be Kenny Dalglish.  At his peak he was the most influential player in the world. He had a knack to come up with vital goals so […]

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Robbie Fowler

What can be said about Robbie Fowler? The ‘Toxteth Terrier’ also know as ‘God’. He is a legend with a sweet left foot and one of the most natural goalscorers to grace English Football. Also the 6th highest scorer in Premier League history – 128 in the league for Liverpool. At just 18 yrs old it didn’t take long for him […]

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Pepe Reina

Reina was signed from Villarreal in July 2005, with Rafa Benítez hailing him as “the best goalkeeper in Spain” – no pressure! He’s an athletic shot stopper who quickly established himself as Liverpool’s no.1 goalkeeper. To say he was a success is an understatement. Whilst strikers get all the headlines, Goalkeepers are often the forgotten men. He made such an impact […]

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Steve McManaman

Attacking midfielder Steve McManaman was a player blessed with pace, skill and the ability to be unpredictable. At the height of his career McManaman was ranked as one of the finest midfielders in England and had developed a strong reputation in Europe. Known to embarrass defences with his mazy runs, which too often lack the finishing touch they deserve. In […]

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Javier Mascherano

Javier Mascherano was a revelation during his time on Merseyside, and became one of the best defensive midfielders in world football in the process, famous for his reading of the game, timing of tackles and all-round influence. He is versatile and tactically intelligent footballer, great at organising his team, good leader and high passing accuracy.

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John Arne Riise

John Arne Riise enjoyed seven excellent years at Liverpool, winning the 2005 Champions League and 2006 FA Cup during his time with the Reds. He played 348 times for the club, and scored an amazing 31 goals. The left-back loved to attack and enjoyed taking on players. He had strength and pace in abundance. He was known for his thunderous […]

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Danny Agger

In January 2006 Liverpool completed the signing of Denmark international defender Daniel Agger, signing from Brondby for £5.8m whilst signing a four and a half year contract. He quickly became one of the most popular players during his spell on Merseyside. Sadly his career was blighted by numerous injuries. His first full season at Anfield, in 2006/07, was the only […]

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Jamie Carragher

Jamie Carragher was one of the finest centre-backs in Liverpool history. Playing a massive 737 times for the club. There have been classier defenders over the years, but there haven’t been many who had the consistency and hunger of Carragher. He was often described as a fierce competitor, who was physical and smart enough to organise the back line as a leader. Born […]

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