Liverpool FC - Memories

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Abel Xavier of Liverpool in 2002.

Abel Xavier

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Adam Bogdan

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Lallana - Liverpool FC
Adam Lallana

Adam Lallana

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Adrián San Miguel del Castillo
Liverpool keeper Adrián in his specially designed HO SOCCER Vegvísir gloves v Napoli in the Champions League. Vegvísir is an ancient Viking compass, a powerful symbol to bestow guidance and protection to its wearer


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Alan A'Court, flying winger
July 1960. Liverpool and England winger Alan A'Court, at Anfield.

Alan A'Court

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Alan Arnell

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Alan Hansen Liverpool 1981
Alan Hansen Liverpool

Alan Hansen

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Alan Irvine

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Sport Football Circa 1980's Liverpool's Alan Kennedy
Alan Kennedy

Alan Kennedy

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Alan Waddle

Alan Waddle

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Alberto Aquilani Although Aquilani was thought to be a replacement for 2009 departure Xabi Alonso he is really more fond of an attacking role in midfield rather than a holding play making role.

Alberto Aquilani

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Alberto Moreno - after THAT goal at Spurs today

Alberto Moreno

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Alec Lindsay of Liverpool in 1972.

Alex Lindsay

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

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Alexis Mac Allister to Liverpool! Full agreement completed on the contract — understand it will be valid until June 2028. Five year deal. Liverpool will pay the buy out clause in the next days, way less than reported £60m fee. Medical tests in 24/48h. Done.

Alexis Mac Allister

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Alf Arrowsmith of Liverpool in 1967.

Alf Arrowsmith

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Alisson Becker

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Alun Evans of Liverpool in 1968.
Alun Evans Liverpool 1969
Alun Evans Liverpool 1970

Alun Evans

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Alvaro Arbeloa
Alvaro arbeloa

Alvaro Arbeloa

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Aly Cissokho

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Andrea Dossena

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Andrij Voronin

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Andy Carroll - Liverpool
Andy Carroll Due to Carroll's size he shows skill in the air with headers. His strength, powerful shots with both feet, and lauded heading ability make him a classic number 9 striker.He currently holds the record as Liverpool's record signing, costing the club £35,000,000, which also makes him the most expensive British footballer in history. Despite the large sum of money invested in Carroll, his Liverpool career proved to be a disappointing one with him only netting 11 goals in 58 games

Andy Carroll

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Andy Robertson

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Andre Wisdom

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