Liverpool Football Club

You Will not Walk alone

Liverpool FC is the center of the most successful football team in the English League with an unrivaled record in the home and European races. However, the story of the club
is sad as the celebrity.

The Early Years

Bizarrely, this incredibly successful football team was born for a rental dispute! Anfield – home of Liverpool FC – originally was Everton's home. When (Everton) won the English Football Championship in 1891, Anfield's owner John Haulding tried to significantly increase his rent. When Everton refused to pay and did not agree, the club moved to Goodison Park for a new career so only three players left behind.

Anfield remained in football, Haulding registered 13 professional players from Scotland and set up the first Liverpool FC.

The club could not make selections in the championship until 1893 when it joined the second part. The end of the first season's endless record was eliminated, ranked first in the class and never lower than second in the classroom.

Liverpool won its first soccer championship in 1901, and the second was only a few years later in 1906. In the same year Anfield 's significant expansion of lace was obtained in 1945,. This bank – named the British defeat of the Boer War – was dubbed "Kop" where many Liverpool soldiers died – the Liverpool sentimental home of every Liverpool.

was played in the first FA Cup finals until 1914 and was 1921/2 before winning – even if they win again next year!

Famous Managers

Most of the great football teams are set by great players and of course Liverpool has been a great star player over the years. But leaders, like anyone else, have determined the different era of Liverpool's history – from the most famous licenses; Bill Shankly.

In 1959, Shankly joined Liverpool when Liverpool started to play in the second division. Although he had no real experience in managing large teams, Shankly has firmly set Liverpool on the road to success and has set up management and training systems that will serve the next 30 years or more.

Liverpool and Shankly's personal charisma varying fortunes – the biggest players this year included in the club, including Emlyn Hughes, Kevin Keegan, Ian St John, John Toshack and Roger Hunt.

Shankly recovered Liverpool in the first division in 1962, the season when Roger Hunt scored a record (so far) 41 league goals. The first-class championship and the FA Cup victory
followed the 1960s and 70s, and in 1973 they came to Liverpool's first European trophy (the UEFA Cup).

In 1974, Shankly's shocking retirement to assist Bob Paisley's assistant and at the beginning of a new chapter in Liverpool's history. This continuity of management
One of the secrets of Liverpool's success, as two members of Paisley players – Kenny Dalglish and Graeme Souness – later became team leaders.

If Shankly remembers him as Liverpool's leader, Paisley is the manager who did everything and the record he won for football trophies twenty years after his retirement.

1 Year Management:

  • 6 Football Championships
  • 3 European Cups
  • 1 UEFA Cup
  • 3 Charity Shields

In the 1982/3 season Liverpool won the second soccer championship and the League Cup for the second consecutive year. After the win, Bob Paisley retired, handing over Joe Fagan – another internal promotion to Anfield's manager.

Fagan remained only two seasons, but was a spectacularly successful season, winning the Liga Championship for the third consecutive year, and the fourth European Cup of Liverpool
. As well as the well-established team that Shankly has been in for years, Fagan could play such players as Ian Rush, Alan Hansen, and Bruce Grobbelaar goalkeeper.

Fagan's leadership career was over the first two major tragedies in London's history when mass violence led to Juventus fans jumping into a couch wall at the Heysel Stadium in Brussels, Belgium. This was the occasion of the 1985 European Cup finals – what would have been a great night for the club for a disaster.

The resulting six-year ban on European football meant that the new player manager, Kenny Dalglish, focused on domestic competition – which he did with great success. In 1986, Liverpool was only the fifth team to score twice the FA Cup and the Championship – this was a particularly satisfying season for both Everton rivals in both races. Next year, Dalglish entrusted Peter Beardsley, John Barnes, and John Aldridge to the offensive, and then return to the former glories.

The 1988/9 season saw the second great tragedy in Liverpool's history, this time in the FA Cup semi-finals. Playing the Nottingham Forest at Hillsborough Stadium, Mass Control
96 Liverpool fans are dead and more than 700 injured.

Liverpool ended its European competition in 1991, and eventually came out with Kenny Dalglish. His replacement – Graeme Souness – was another manager who was promoted to Liverpool via the ranks. Although self-developed players such as Robbie Fowler and Jamie Rednapp named themselves, Souness followed the day process and invested heavily in new players – a strategy
that was unsuccessful and Souness left in 1994.

Souness was replaced by the last internal manager – Roy Evans. While Evans fought the championship, Liverpool continued to rely heavily on veterans like Ian
Rush to score, though rookie Robbie Fowler scored a goal of 29.

The brightest talent this time was created by the young Michael Owen, who regularly played in the first team's football since the age of 18.

Although Roy Evans was not a bigger trophy in Liverpool, Gerard Houllier's coach helped in 1998, but Evans left after another disappointing season with Houllier's (19459008).

Returning to 2000/1, Liverpool won the incredible high level of the League Cup, FA Cup and UEFA Cup. Jerzy Dudek, midfielder Steven Gerrard and striker Emile Heskey, did not bring more trophies to Anfield, though in 2002 and 2003 they had some championship successes.

The changing pace of English football seemed to leave Houllier's management and was replaced in 2004 by Valencia manager Rafael Benitez.

Early signs suggest that Liverpool is likely to return to financial trophies if the 2005 Champions League is any indication. AC Milan was played in the
final, Liverpool was 3-0 at half time. In the second half, Liverpool fought heroically, with a total score of 3-3. After dramatic time, the penalty shootout finally won the fifth European Cup trophy in Liverpool.

The Liverpool FC hymn, "Never Walk Alone", is decorated everywhere – soccer clothing, badges, stickers and countless DVDs, books and videos – and a sense of emotion
a team that has been in the past desperate for pleasure and sorrow mixture.

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