Never has the term 'Mr Consistency' been more correctly applied than in the case of Phil Neal’s Liverpool career.
Liverpool FC is calling on fans to help shape a special 125th anniversary project that will represent the past, present and future of this great club.
The second edition of a special anniversary series celebrating memorable games in the club's 125 years premieres tonight.
A true Liverpool stalwart in every sense, Scottish defender Mackinlay enjoyed one of the longest careers of any Liverpool player, making his debut as an 19-year-old in 1910 and playing his final game 18 years later.
As part of our celebrations of Liverpool FC's 125th anniversary year, we have asked several esteemed writers to offer their view on what exactly makes the club so special.
As a player who would grace literally any team in the world, it's somewhat surprising to hear Luis Suarez say he 'never imagined' he might be worthy of representing Liverpool.
Throughout LFC's 125th anniversary year, Liverpoolfc.com will retrace the club's history through the striking images that plot a fascinating journey. Third in the series is a photograph of five of the original members of Anfield's fabled Boot Room.
The lead singer of popular 1960s Merseybeat group Gerry and the Pacemakers, Marsden's third number one hit single, 'You'll Never Walk Alone', has become famous throughout the world as the undisputed anthem of Liverpool Football Club.
The role of Eric Sawyer in the Bill Shankly-led Liverpool revolution of the 1960s should never be underestimated.
As part of our celebrations of 125 years of Liverpool Football Club, LFCTV and Liverpoolfc.com are set to highlight 50 prominent figures who have made big contributions to the club's illustrious history.