Top 4 Liverpool Players
Liverpool is one of the most well-known football clubs. It has millions of fans. What’s more, thousands of people bet, on 20 Bet New Zealandduring essential matches. Some of the members of this team are the most famous. Here are 5 best of them.
Kenny spent 13 seasons at Liverpool and played in 355 gamesin the First Division of the Football League.
He moved to Liverpool as a star of Celtic, quickly adapted and spent with the Reds one of the most successful periods in the history of the club. With Liverpool, he became a six-time champion of England. Moreover, he formed a dynamic duo with Ian Rush: diverted the attention of opponents and gave Rush goal assists. He was faithful to the team until 1991, serving as acting coach since the season 1985/86. In his first season at the helm of the club, he won the league title.
Kenny won six league titles, three FA Cups, the FA Cup, four League Cups, seven FA Supercups and one European Super Cup at Liverpool.
He played from 1980 to 1996, with a break to play for Juventus in the 1987/88 season. Ian spent 15 seasons with Liverpool, playing 469 gamesin the First Division.
He only got a footing in his second season at the club but has since become one of Liverpool’s stars. In his 15 seasons with the Reds he was the team’s top scorer nine times. He set a record for most goals scored for the club which has not been broken to this day: 346 goals. In the 1983/84 season, he was the first in the club’s history to win the Golden Boot. Only one Liverpool player since Ian has received this award.
Rush won five league titles, the same number of League Cup appearances, three FA Cups, four Supercups and the UEFA European Cup in his 15 seasons with the Reds. Also with Liverpool, Rush won the ScreenSport Super Bowl, a tournament held by the Football League during the 1985/86 season.
Robbie spent 10 seasons with Liverpool and played 266 games in the English league.
He notched his first hat-trick for Liverpool in his fifth match in the AFL. He got off to a great start in the reds and fixed in the base for the 1994/95 season. In the match with Arsenal in 1994/95, he scored the quickest hat-trick in the history of the championship, scoring three goals in 4 minutes and 33 seconds. Fowler’s record was held for 12 years. He was named PFA Young Player of the Year twice in a row, something only Ryan Giggs had achieved before Fowler. He scored more than 30 goals in three consecutive seasons: 1994/95 – 31 goals, 1995/96 – 36 goals, 1996/97 – 31 goals. He scored a total of 183 goals for Liverpool, the first 100 of them in just 165 games.
Fowler won two League Cups, the FA Cup and Super Cup and the UEFA Cup and Super Cup with the Reds.
He spent his entire professional career at Liverpool, playing for the club for 17 seasons. During that stretch, he played in 508 games in the English Premier League.
He was named Liverpool player of the year three times. He became the second player in the history of the club by the number of games played in it. Moreover, he played a record number of matches in European competitions and won most club trophies with the club, failing only to win the Premier League title. He was noted for his versatility within his role, was perfect both on the flanks and in the center of defense. He was a key defensive player under Rafael Benitez.
Carragher won two FA Cups, three League Cups, two FA Super Cups and UEFA Cup with Liverpool. Jamie also won the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Cup with the club.