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This is my pick of the best liverpool playersGOALKEEPER
Mark Lawrenson, born June 2nd, 1957, was one of the classiest players in Liverpool's history. He had a versatile game, capable of playing centre-back, full-back, or in midfield. Lawrenson was equally as good on the ground as he was in the air, renowned for his quick and incisive tackling as well as his formidable heading. He'd made 332 appearances and won 5 league titles, 3 league cups, a European Cup and an FA Cup.
Alan Hansen, born June 13th, 1955, was one of the most elegant skilful-centre-halves of the British game. Hansen had control and vision and was just as capable of creating Liverpool attacks as he was of stopping the opposition's.In 1986 he captained Liverpool to the League and FA Cup double under the management of his close friend Kenny Dalglish. He retired through injury in 1991 after 599 appearances, with honours coming out of his ears - 8 league titles, 3 European Cups, 3 League Cups, an FA Cup and 26 international caps.
Steve Heighway was an old style winger who provided the crosses for Liverpool's strikers during one of the most successful periods in the club's history. Heighway's memorable runs, incisive and accurate down the flanks, created bucketfuls of goals for Kevin Keegan and John Toshack, as well as accumulating 50 league goals for himself.
John Barnes was born in Kingston, Jamaica on the 7th November, 1963.
in June 1987, Barnes was brought to Liverpool Along with other new recruits - Peter Beardsley, Ray Houghton and John Aldridge - Barnes played in a line-up that swept aside all before them to take the Championship in style, with Barnes scoring 15 goals in 38 appearances.
That season Liverpool also equalled the record of going 29 League games without defeat, and made it to the FA Cup Final, where they were famously beaten by a fiercely determined Wimbledon.
The impact of Barnes on his Liverpool side was immense.
His flair and imagination led him to two Player of the Year awards in 1988, one from the Football Writers Association, and the other from his fellow professionals in the PFA.
MANY fans have said that 'King Kenny' Dalglish is the greatest player in Liverpool history.
The super Scot possessed the uncoachable quality of performing as a supreme individual without compromising the team framework. Born in Glasgow in March 1951His consummate skills did not go unnoticed by the Scottish national team and he made his debut in 1971 against Belgium. Over the next 15 years he would make 102 appearances, scoring 30 goals clubs. He inherited the number seven shirt from Keegan, making his first team debut in the Charity Shield against Manchester United. Dalglish scored 30 goals in 59 matches. But his clinical control and incisive passing also brought out the best in his team-mates. In those golden years with Liverpool, he was involved in three European Cup wins, six League Championships, one FA Cup and four League Cup victories.
This is how they would line up
barnes souness gerrard heighwayowen dalglish
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