What makes a Liverpool legend?

What makes a Liverpool legend?

It's an interesting question and one which, more than anything else, I'd just like to discuss with you readers. If you're interested in sports other than football, over the past few weeks you may well have heard or seen some 'legendary' players, teams or performances: there was Mohamed Amir's bowling spell in the Champions Trophy Final against India, India's own Virat Kohli - an indisputable legend in the making - or maybe the New Zealand Rugby Union team, and its current …
Playing Favourites - Who’s Your Liverpool Hero?

Playing Favourites - Who’s Your Liverpool Hero?

“He's the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now.” James Gordon, The Dark Knight Rises “I'm normally not a praying man, but if you're up there, please save me Superman.” Homer Simpson
Favouritism, in this politically correct world obsessed with always presenting a veneer of egalitarianism, can be a bit of a dirty word. However, when it comes to football and friendship, partisanship is something in which we all engage openly and without fear …
A long history of penalty takers

A long history of penalty takers

Over the years Liverpool have had some of the most accomplished penalty takers in the game, take the shot from 12 yards for them. Names like Neal, Mølby, Liddell and Gerrard, the list could go on. Overall Liverpool have had 75 different successful spot kick takers, since being founded in 1892. Liverpool have scored a total of 462 spot kicks since their first game nearly 119 years ago. The most prolific of our 75 spot kick takers was Jan Mølby, who converted 42 of his 45 penalties, closely follow by Phil Neal who scored 38, missing 13 …