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  1. Will

    12th January

    Alles Gute zum Geburtstag 1994 – German midfielder Emre Can was born in Frankfurt. He signed from Bayer 04 Leverkusen for £9.75m in July 2014, netting fourteen times in 167 reds games before moving on to Juventus on a free transfer in June 2018. 1887 – Forward Jimmy Nicholl was born in Port Glasgow. He signed from Middlesbrough in January 1914, bagging fourteen goals in 59 outings before moving on to Wishaw Thistle in 1915. He had featured in our FA Cup Final defeat to Burnley in April 1914. 2004 – German midfielder Melkamu Frauendorf was born in Kembata, Ethiopia. He signed from TSG 1899 Hoffenheim in August 2020, scoring as we lost the FA Youth Cup Final in May 2021. Dan the man 2006 - Daniel Agger signed from Brøndby IF for £5.8m. He played 232 games, notching fourteen times, helping us to claim the FA Community Shield and League Cup before returning to his former club in Denmark in August 2014. On the same day, reserves keeper David Martin signed from MK Dons for £250,000. He returned there permanently in May 2010 after failing to make a senior appearance, although he sat on the reds bench on nineteen occasions. Red centurions 2019 – Sadio Mané reached a century for the reds as Mohamed Salah bagged the only goal of the game at Brighton & Hove Albion from the spot, with the home side failing to register a shot on target. 2008 - Xabi Alonso played his hundredth League game for the reds as we were held to a 1-1 draw at Middlesbrough. He came on for Yossi Benayoun after an hour when we were a goal down courtesy of George Boateng before Fernando Torres rescued a point with a long-range strike. 1980 – Ray Kennedy played his 200th League game for the reds as we were held to a 1-1 draw at Anfield by Southampton, with Terry McDermott scoring from the spot. 1929 – Right-back Jimmy ‘Parson’ Jackson reached a century of reds appearances in our 2-0 FA Cup Third Round win at Bristol City. Bill Salisbury and Gordon Hodgson netted in the second half. A treble to make anyone smile 1927 - Harry ‘Smiler’ Chambers bagged a hat-trick as we beat Third Division South side Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic 4-1 in an FA Cup Third Round replay at Anfield. Outside-left Fred Hopkin netted the other goal. We went out to Arsenal in the Fifth Round that season. Happy Cup memories We have won all eleven of our FA Cup ties on this day. 1935 - We beat non-League Yeovil & Petters United 6-2 in front of a record crowd of 11,830 at Huish Park, despite scouser Tommy McNeil giving Yeovil the lead inside five minutes, and the score being level at the break, through a deflected Berry Nieuwenhuys strike. Gordon Hodgson and Syd Roberts both netted twice for the reds, to add to a goal from Dave Wright. Yeovil’s McNeil also ended the game with a brace. Hodgson’s first strike was our 200th in the competition. Unfortunately, we went out to Blackburn Rovers at the next hurdle. 1921 - We won 2-1 at Manchester United in a First Round replay when Billy Lacey and Harry Chambers were on target as we came from behind while wearing a rare blue and white kit. However, we lost to Newcastle United in the next round. South for the first time 1955 - Centre-back Alex South made the first of his seven reds appearances as we won our FA Cup Third Round replay against Lincoln City at Anfield in extra time. John Evans bagged the only goal, having scored in the first game as well as being sent off. We made it to the Fifth Round before being knocked out by Huddersfield Town at Anfield. 1991 – Winger Jimmy Carter made his reds bow as a substitute for Ronnie Rosenthal in our goalless draw at Aston Villa as Kenny Dalglish took charge for the 300th time. Beating the Potters 1988 - Peter Beardsley netted the only goal of our FA Cup Third Round replay against Stoke City from just outside the area. 2014 – We triumphed 5-3 at the Britannia Stadium, our first League win there. Ryan Shawcross diverted an Aly Cissokho shot into his own net before Luis Suárez doubled our lead after half an hour. However, ex-reds Peter Crouch and Charlie Adam levelled the scores before the break, with the former netting one of his four strikes against the reds. Steven Gerrard converted a penalty with Suárez adding his second before Jon Walters bagged one of his seven goals past us. Daniel Sturridge came off the bench to complete the scoring late on. Beaten by the seaside 2011 – We lost 2-1 at Blackpool in our first trip there since August 1970. Fernando Torres gave us an early lead before Gary Taylor-Fletcher and DJ Campbell both struck for the home side. Beating the Blues We have twice defeated Birmingham City at Anfield on this day in history. 1974 - Kevin Keegan netted a brace as we won a First Division encounter 3-2 with Phil Thompson also on target. Bob Latchford bagged one of his five goals against the reds, with Bob Hatton grabbing one of his four. 1907 - Sam Raybould struck twice as we won an FA Cup First Round tie 2-1 as we progressed to the Fourth Round that season. Heading off 1963 – Left-half Tommy Leishman left the reds to join Hibernian. He had arrived from St. Mirren for £10,000 in November 1949, helping us back to the First Division in 1962, bagging a total of seven goals in 118 reds games, including our first ever League Cup strike. 1966 - Inside-forward John ‘Sailor’ Hunter died. The Scottish international bagged twelve goals in 45 reds games after signing from Abercorn in 1899. 1985 – South African half-back Hugh Gerhardi committed suicide by shooting himself in the head. He signed from Johannesburg-based Thistle in August 1952 but only played six senior games before returning to his homeland after just one season. Gary Mac steps down 2004 - Gary McAllister resigned as Manager of Coventry City to care for his seriously ill wife Denise. He had been on compassionate leave after she suffered a setback in her battle against cancer, but then decided to quit permanently. Sadly, she passed away soon after. Alf off target 1938 - Outside-left Alf Hanson missed a penalty in the first half as we beat Third Division South outfit Crystal Palace 3-1 after extra time in our FA Cup Third Round replay at Anfield. Ernie Waldron gave the visitors the lead, before John Shafto sent the tie into extra time. The Eagles’ Nick Collins scored an own goal, before Willie Fagan converted a late penalty. Unfortunately, the reds were later forced to apologise by the FA after making some disparaging comments about Palace in the programme. We only made it as far as the Fifth Round that season, being knocked out by Huddersfield Town at Anfield, who went all the way to the Final. Stevie’s new deal 2012 – Steven Gerrard signed a new contract, tying him to the club until 2014. He eventually stayed until the summer of 2015. On the move 2016 – Centre-half Steven Caulker signed on loan from Queens Park Rangers, having his temporary spell at Southampton cut short to accommodate the move. He made just four reds appearances. On the same day, Jonjo Shelvey left Swansea City after ten goals in 96 outings to sign for Newcastle United for £12m. 2015 – Moroccan winger Oussama Assaidi was sold to Al Ahli in Dubai for a reported £4.7m. He had arrived from SC Heerenveen for £2.4m in August 2012, failing to score in twelve reds games. 2012 - Robbie Keane signed for Aston Villa on a temporary basis from LA Galaxy, notching three times in seven outings. 1999 - Ex-reds reserve Jim Magilton joined Ipswich Town on loan from Sheffield Wednesday. He made eleven appearances for the Blues before the move was made permanent two months later. 2018 – Winger Ryan Kent joined Bristol City on loan, turning out on eleven occasions for the Robins. Other reds games 1982 – We were held to a goalless draw at Anfield by Bradford City in a League Cup Fifth Round tie. We won the replay, eventually lifting the trophy again that season. 1971 – Manchester City held us to a goalless draw in a League encounter in L4 1970 – We beat Coventry City 3-0 in an FA Cup Third Round replay at home, with Ian Ross heading in the opener, added to by Peter Thompson and Bobby Graham strikes. 1957 – Alan Arnell and Geoff Twentyman struck as we beat Doncaster Rovers 2-1 in a Second Division fixture, despite falling behind to one of Bert Tindill’s five goals against us. Billy Liddell had to leave the pitch with the reds still trailing, having been knocked unconscious. 1952 – Jimmy Payne netted the only goal of our FA Cup Third Round meeting with Workington from the Third Division at Anfield 1924 – We came from behind to beat Bradford City 2-1 in L4 in a FA Cup First Round meeting, thanks to two goals from Harry Chambers. 1895 – We thumped Nottingham Forest 5-0 at home with Malcolm McVean on target twice. Jimmy Ross, Joe McQue and Davy Hannah also got on the scoresheet. In international action 2013 – Oussama Assaidi played for Morocco in their 2-1 friendly defeat of Namibia in Johannesburg. On the same day, ex-red Carl Medjani skippered Algeria as they held South Africa to a goalless draw in Rustenburg. 2008 – Ex-red El-Hadji Diouf featured as Senegal beat Namibia 3-1, with future red Kolo Touré playing as Ivory Coast won 2-0 in Kuwait. 2002 – Touré also played in a 1-1 friendly draw with Nigeria in Bouaké. 2000 – Fábio Aurélio played for a Brazil side as they thrashed Trinidad & Tobago 7-0 in Florianópolis. 1997 – Future red Rigobert Song played as Cameroon were held to a goalless draw by Angola in Yaoundé. 1993 - Gérard Houllier managed France A as they beat Senegal 3-1 in Dakar.
  2. Nic’s debut 2001 - Nicolas Anelka made his red bow as we won 2-1 at Aston Villa with goals from Jari Litmanen, gifted to him by Peter Schmeichel, and Vladimír Šmicer. Jari also struck a spot-kick against the post. Bowyer off again 2005 - We equalled a club record of eight consecutive League wins with our 2-0 defeat of Newcastle United, our 250th victory in the Premier League, a sequence that eventually rose to ten. Josemi came off the bench late on to make his 35th and final reds appearance, with Michael Owen making his first return to Anfield as an ex-red while Lee Bowyer was sent off for the visitors for the second successive season. Steven Gerrard and Peter Crouch were both on target in the first half. This was also our eighth consecutive clean sheet in the League, the best run since 1922/23. Off the mark 2018 – Fabinho scored his first reds goal as we thumped Newcastle United 4-0 at Anfield, extending our lead at the top of the table to six points. Dejan Lovren opened the scoring with Mohamed Salah converting a penalty shortly after the break. Xherdan Shaqiri also struck before Fabinho completed the scoring. This was Jürgen Klopp’s hundredth victory as reds boss, in his 181st game in charge. 2019 – We trounced Leicester City 4-0 at the King Power Stadium with Roberto Firmino bagging a brace. James Milner converted a penalty with Trent Alexander-Arnold also on target to leave us thirteen points clear at the top of the table. Reds trebles 1963 - Roger Hunt netted four as we thumped Stoke City 6-1 at Anfield to give Bill Shankly his hundredth victory as reds boss, in his 188th game in charge. Ian St. John and Alf Arrowsmith also scored in one of eight meetings with the Potters on this day in history. The scores were level at 1-1 at half-time, with five of our goals coming at the Anfield Road end in the second period. John Ritchie struck the first of his five goals against the reds. 1928 - Gordon Hodgson scored a hat-trick in his hundredth League game as we trounced Burnley 8-0 at Anfield. Jimmy Clark and Dick Edmed both bagged braces with Bill Salisbury netting the other. The score could have been far greater as Bob Done missed a penalty, we had three goals dubiously ruled out for offside, hit the crossbar three times and the posts twice each. Burnley had beaten us 3-2 at their ground the previous afternoon. 1969 - We also thumped the Clarets, winning 5-1 at Turf Moor, one of five other occasions we have met them on Boxing Day. Ian Ross bagged his first reds goal while Bobby Graham, Chris Lawler, Peter Thompson and Ian Callaghan were all also on target. Tommy Lawrence saved a penalty from Burnley’s Brian O’Neil who then followed up to score from the rebound. 1896 – Keeper Willie Donnelly made his reds bow as we lost 4-1 at Burnley, despite Frank Becton scoring inside five minutes in our first ever Boxing Day fixture. Billy Bowes bagged a hat-trick, the first of his four goals past us, with Will Toman also on target. Hosting the Trotters 2008 – Robbie Keane bagged a second-half brace as we beat Bolton Wanderers 3-0, with Albert Riera having opened the scoring before the break. These were to be the Irishman’s final reds strikes. When Steven Gerrard came off he became the first Liverpool payer to be substituted a hundred times. 2003 - We won 3-1 with all three of our goals being headers, coming from Sami Hyypiä and substitutes Florent Sinama-Pongolle and Vladimír Šmicer. Henrik Pedersen struck a late consolation. On the same day, Roy Hodgson managed the United Arab Emirates lost 2-0 to Saudi Arabia in a Gulf Cup of Nations game in Kuwait. 1906 - We also hosted the Trotters when we lost 2-0. Jackie Owen and David Stokes netted, with Wattie White missing a penalty for the visitors. Also against the Potters We have faced Stoke City on seven more occasions on this day in history. 1905 – We lost 2-1 at the Victoria Ground, when they were still known just as Stoke. Joe Hewitt struck our goal. 1936 – We lost 1-1 in the Potteries, with Vic Wright on target. 1938 – We lost 3-1 at the Victoria Ground, with Willie Fagan scoring our goal. Tommy Sale netted the last two of his five goals against the reds, with Frank Baker also on the scoresheet. 1946 – Berry Nieuwenhuys and Albert Stubbins struck as we won 2-0 at Anfield. 1955 – Billy Liddell converted a penalty, with John Evans also netting as we were held to a 2-2 Second Division draw in L4. Harry Oscroft struck one of his six goals against the reds, with Johnny King bagging one of his five past us. 1970 – Our home encounter ended goalless. 1975 – We drew 1-1 at Stoke, with John Toshack on target. Happy birthdays 1878 - Centre-back Alex Raisbeck was born in Wallacestone, near Polmont in Stirlingshire. He signed from Stoke for £350 in May 1898 and struck nineteen times in 341 games in eleven years with the reds, becoming our first skipper to lift the League title, in 1901. He won a further League title five years later, as well as a Second Division championship, and returned to the club as scout in 1939 until his death ten years later. 1903 - South African goalkeeper Arthur Riley was born in Boksburg in the Transvaal. He became our first ever foreign signing in August 1925, making 338 reds appearances before taking over from his father as the club’s head groundsman. 1920 – Scottish left-winger Tommy McLeod was born in Musselburgh. He joined the reds from the Army in October 1945, but only made seven senior appearances before joining Chesterfield in June 1951. 1880 - Defender Phil Bratley was born in Rawmarsh, Yorkshire. He only played thirteen first-team games after signing from Barnsley in 1914. He returned to Rotherham County, one of his former clubs, the following year, but was killed in action during the First World War. Double debutants 1953 - Full-back Frank Lock and forward John Evans both made their debuts in a goalless draw with West Bromwich Albion at Anfield. They had both signed from Charlton Athletic the previous day. 1950 – Inside-forward Jack Haigh debuted as Jack Balmer bagged the only goal of our Anfield encounter with Blackpool. 1951 - We also faced the Seasiders, going down 2-0 at Bloomfield Road with Stan Mortensen bagging both goals, two of his eleven against us. 1957 - Forward Bobby Murdoch made his reds bow as we beat Grimsby Town 3-2 at Anfield, with Billy Liddell scoring twice, including a penalty, and Tony McNamara also on target in this Second Division fixture. This was the last time we played a double-header against the same side on successive days over Christmas, having lost 3-1 at Blundell Park the day before. 1930 – Wing-half Robert Ireland played his only reds game in our 1-1 draw with Grimsby, with Tim Coleman netting the first of his nine strikes past us and Archie McPherson scoring for the reds. Two hundred up 1990 – Gary Gillespie played his 200th reds game as we were held to a 1-1 draw at Queens Park Rangers, with John Barnes on target and Mark Falco netting for the R’s. 1991 – We drew 0-0 at Loftus Road. 1960 – Inside-forward Jimmy Harrower reached a century of reds appearances in our 2-1 defeat of Rotherham United in the Second Division at Anfield. Roger Hunt and Kevin Lewis scored our goals. 1958 – We won another Second Division encounter 1-0 at Millmoor with Jimmy Melia on target. 1961 – We lost 1-0 in the Second Division at Millmoor, with Don Weston netting one of his four goals against the reds in the last minute. Ron Yeats captained the side for the first time as regular skipper Dick White was injured. Beating the Mancs 1978 – We won 3-0 at Manchester United thanks to a Ray Kennedy header and goals from Jimmy Case and David Fairclough to hand Bob Paisley his first win at Old Trafford as boss. 1979 – Alan Hansen and David Johnson netted as we beat United 2-0 at Anfield. 1986 – Norman Whiteside struck the only goal of United’s visit to L4, one of his four against the reds. 1980 – We held them to a goalless draw at Old Trafford, remaining top of the table. 1919 – Another Old Trafford trip ended goalless. 1914 – Fred Pagnam scored as United held us to a 1-1 draw at Anfield. Beating the Rams 2007 - We beat Derby County 2-1 at Pride Park thanks to a very late Steven Gerrard goal after Fernando Torres had given us the lead in the first half. 1988 - We also visited the Rams, with Ian Rush grabbing the only goal of the game at the Baseball Ground. Outpaced by Rovers We have faced Blackburn Rovers four times in top-flight fixtures on Boxing Day. 1903 - Insdie-forward Fred Buck netted his only reds goal as we lost 2-1 at Anfield, with Fred Pentland bagging a brace for the visitors. 2002 - Andy Cole equalised after John Arne Riise’s deflected shot, to score his seventh Premiership goal at Anfield and one of his eleven past the reds in total as we were held to a 1-1 draw in L4. Emile Heskey was playing his hundredth League game for the reds. 2006 - We lost 1-0 at Ewood Park with Benni McCarthy on target, despite dominating for long periods. 2011 - Charlie Adam scored an own goal on the stroke of half-time for Blackburn Rovers at Anfield, with Maxi Rodríguez heading in shortly after the break, with the game ending 1-1. Winning in the Black Country We have won three times at West Bromwich Albion on this day in history. 2004 – We triumphed 5-0 when John Arne Riise struck twice, with Florent Sinama-Pongolle, Steven Gerrard and Luis García also on target. Milan Baroš had a penalty saved, with Cosmin Contra being sent off for the Baggies. 1898 - Hugh Morgan netted the only goal of the game at Stoney Lane. 1983 - Steve Nicol and Graeme Souness struck as we won 2-1 at the Hawthorns. 1900 - We also visited Stoney Lane, losing a friendly 5-2, with Rab Howell and Sam Raybould grabbing our goals. An Anfield milestone 1924 - We played our 500th home League game with Harry Chambers netting the only goal of the game against Notts County. Down to twelfth 1981 - We slipped to twelfth in the League after losing 3-1 at home to Manchester City, with Ronnie Whelan on the scoresheet. Rookie keeper Bruce Grobbelaar was responsible for two of the goals, while Kenny Dalglish was employed ‘in the hole’ behind Ian Rush and Craig Johnston for the first time. Kevin Reeves netted his fourth and final goal against us, with Asa Hartford also on target and Kevin Bond converting a penalty. Phil Thompson lost the captaincy to Graeme Souness following this defeat as we went on to stage the mother of all comebacks to clinch our thirteenth League title. We have faced City four more times on Boxing Day. 1913 – We lost 1-0 away, with Fred Howard nabbing one of his nine goals against the reds in the first minute. 1974 – We won 4-1 at Anfield, when Brian Hall grabbed a brace with Steve Heighway and John Toshack striking the other goals, and Colin Bell netting for the visitors. 1985 – We again lost 1-0 away with Alan Hansen playing his 300th League game for the club. 2013 – We lost 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium despite Philippe Coutinho putting us in front. Vincent Kompany and Álvaro Negredo both replied before the break, with keeper Simon Mignolet at fault for the second. Boxing Day gloom 2012 – We lost 3-1 at Stoke City, with Joe Cole coming off the bench to make his 42nd and final reds appearance. Steven Gerrard opened the scoring from the spot, but Jon Walters and Kenwyne Jones put the home side ahead before a quarter of an hour had elapsed. Walters added his second after the break, another of his seven goals past us. 2000 - We lost our first Boxing Day game since 1986 as Christian Karembeu struck the only goal of the game on an icy pitch at Middlesbrough. 1934 - We also met Boro, with Syd Roberts and Berry Nieuwenhuys on target in a 2-2 draw at Anfield. Tim Coleman and George Camsell each struck one of their nine goals past us. 1998 - We won at the Riverside Stadium when Vegard Heggem’s wonder goal, his first ever reds strike, rounded off a 3-1 win after Michael Owen’s slight touch on a Jamie Carragher shot opened the scoring. Brian Deane equalised with one of eight goals against the reds before Jamie Redknapp put us back in front after Mark Schwarzer was penalised for picking up a back pass. David James was playing his 200th League game for us. Also recently 2009 - Stephen Ward was sent off at Anfield for two bookable offences, with Pepe Reina riling the Wolverhampton Wanderers fans by running most of the length of the pitch to remonstrate with the referee. We won 2-0, with Steven Gerrard and Yossi Benayoun both netting in the second half. 2014 – Keeper Brad Jones played his 27th and last reds game as a Raheem Sterling strike was enough to secure victory at Burnley. He went off injured after only a quarter of an hour. Future red Danny Ings hit a post for the home side. 2017 – We trounced Swansea City 5-0 at Anfield, with Philippe Coutinho and Simon Mignolet both reaching 200 reds games. Coutinho opened the scoring with his 54th and last goal for the club. Roberto Firmino netted twice after the break, with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also on target. Previously against the Foxes 2015 – We won our 4,000th top-flight League game with Christian Benteke bagging the only goal of the game against Leicester City at Anfield. 1996 – We were held to a 1-1 draw at Anfield by Leicester City to remain top of the table, with Stan Collymore equalising after Steve Claridge had given the visitors the lead. 1994 – We won 2-1 at Filbert Street. David James saved a penalty from Steve Thompson before Robbie Fowler converted from the spot. Ian Rush also netted before Simon Grayson was sent off for the home side. Iwan Roberts bagged a late consolation. 1984 – The Foxes won 2-1 in L4, thanks to one of Gary Lineker’s six goals past us and one of Alan Smith’s nine. Phil Neal scored our goal from the spot. Reds farewells 1973 – Roy Evans played his eleventh and final senior reds game as we lost 2-1 at Burnley. Kevin Keegan missed a penalty after an hour, with Peter Cormack netting our goal late on. 1968 – We were held to a 1-1 draw by the Clarets at Anfield. Chris Lawler scored as we remained on top of the table. 1952 – Billy Liddell scored from the spot as we drew another meeting 1-1 in L4. 1932 - Outside-left Gordon Gunson struck his 26th and final reds goal in our 3-0 defeat of Chelsea at Anfield, with centre-half Tom ‘Tiny’ Bradshaw and centre-forward Harold Barton also netting. 1949 – George Kay took charge of his 300th reds game as we drew 1-1 at Stamford Bridge to stay on top of the table, thanks to a late Willie Fagan goal. 1966 – Willie Stevenson and Roger Hunt netted as we beat the Blues 2-1 in L4, before Bobby Tambling bagged one of his eight goals against the reds. Christmas derby despair We have made the short trip across Stanley Park to face the Blues three times on this day in history, without winning. 1894 – Harry Bradshaw bagged our consolation as we lost a friendly 2-1. 1939 - Matt Busby was on target as we again were beaten 2-1 in a friendly. 1944 - Billy Liddell bagged a brace as we drew 2-2 in the Wartime League. Keetley’s first 1923 - Joe Keetley netted the first of just two reds goals as we lost 2-1 at Newcastle United, with Tommy McDonald bagging a brace. We have also faced the Geordies in the top flight on four more occasions on this day in history. 1912 - Tom Miller was on target twice as we won 2-1 at home, with George Wilson netting the last of his five goals against the reds. 1921 - Harry Chambers bagged the only goal of the game late on at Anfield. 1925 - We lost 3-0 at St. James’ Park as Hughie Gallacher struck one of his eight goals past us, with Jimmy Clark and Tommy Urwin also on target. 1999 - Michael Owen nabbed a brace as we drew 2-2 in the North East. Alan Shearer netted one of his eight goals against the reds, with Duncan Ferguson bagging one of his five past us. Another defeat for Shanks 1959 - Bill Shankly took charge of his first away game for the reds as we lost 3-0 on a slippery pitch at Charlton Athletic, with Jim Fryatt bagging a brace and Sam Lawrie also netting. This was our tenth League defeat of the season. Things soon changed, however, as we lost just three of our remaining nineteen fixtures to finish third, eight points off a promotion spot. Wearside yuletide cheer 1901 - Sunderland won for the third consecutive League season at Anfield, this time by 1-0 in what was Tom Watson’s 200th game in charge. 1910 - They also left L4 with both points with Arthur Goddard netting a penalty in our 2-1 defeat, as Tim Coleman nabbed two of his nine goals against the reds. 1964 - However, we won 3-2 at Roker Park, with Willie Stevenson netting a brace and Gordon Milne also on target. Great Scott 1922 - Oldham Athletic’s League visit to Anfield was played as a benefit game for legendary keeper Elisha Scott. Donald McKinlay and Dick Johnson were on target in a 2-1 win as we welcomed back David Ashworth who had been reds boss until just six days earlier and was now Oldham’s Manager. Sheffield encounters 1993 – We drew 0-0 at Sheffield United. 1989 – Jan Mølby and Ian Rush netted as we beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 at Anfield to keep us at the top of the table. Dalian Atkinson nabbed one of his four goals against the reds. 1972 – We won 3-0 at Bramall Lane with Phil Boersma, Chris Lawler and Steve Heighway all on target. 1931 – Archie McPherson struck as we drew 1-1 at Hillsborough, with George Stephenson nabbing the last of his four past us. 1929 – We beat the Blades 2-0 in L4, with Jimmy Smith and Archie McPherson on the scoresheet. Other reds games 1997 – We beat Leeds United 3-1 at Anfield. Michael Owen scored, with Robbie Fowler bagging a brace. 1987 – We won 3-0 at Oxford United thanks to goals from John Aldridge, John Barnes and Steve McMahon. 1977 – Steve Heighway netted as we drew 1-1 at top-of-the-table Nottingham Forest. 1967 – Roger Hunt scored as we were held to a 1-1 draw at Coventry City, with Ian St. John dismissed. 1956 – We thumped Leyton Orient 4-0 in a Second Division fixture at Brisbane Road. Alan A’Court, Alan Arnell and Louis Bimpson all struck in the first half, with Billy Liddell netting after the break. 1935 – Fred Howe struck twice as we won 2-1 at Arsenal, with Joe Hulme nabbing one of his ten goals against the reds. 1933 – We lost 1-0 at Portsmouth as Cliff Parker nabbed the first of his five goals past us. 1908 – Ronald Orr was on target as Nottingham Forest left L4 with a point. 1904 – We beat Barnsley 2-1 in a Second Division encounter at Anfield thanks to goals from Sam Raybould and Bobby Robinson. On the move 2001 - Ex-reds loanee keeper Mark Prudhoe signed for Bradford City. He played eight times for the Bantams before joining Southend United as Player/Coach. 2012 – Future reds Assistant Manager Sean O'Driscoll was sacked as Nottingham Forest boss after just five months in charge, having led them to ten victories in 26 games. Birth and death 2006 – Future red Charlie Adam became a father to Jack. 2010 – Utility player Bill Jones died at the Countess of Chester Hospital. He signed from Hayfield St. Matthews in September 1938 and scored seventeen times in 277 games for us, with his appearances including the 1950 FA Cup Final when he was preferred to Bob Paisley. Bill won two significant medals in the 1940’s - first he was awarded a Military Medal for his part in the crossing of the Rhine in the Second World War, and then he won a League title medal in 1947 on his return to Anfield. His grandson Rob later represented the reds in defence on 243 occasions in the 1990’s.
  3. Will

    10th November

    Happy birthday Paddy 1973 - Patrik Berger was born in Prague. He struck 35 times in 196 reds games after his £3.25m capture from Ballspielverein Borussia 09 e.V. Dortmund in September 1996 following a successful Euro ‘96 with the Czech Republic, coming off the bench to help us claim the FA Cup, UEFA Cup and FA Charity Shield in 2001. However, he was later dogged by persistent knee trouble, and allowed to join Premiership new-boys Portsmouth on a free transfer in June 2003. 1981 – Sports Therapist Iván Ortega was born. He joined the reds in the summer of 2009 from Celta de Vigo, but moved on to Chelsea in July 2011. Red centurions 2007 - Rafael Benítez took charge of the reds for the 200th time as we struggled to break down Fulham at Anfield, before Fernando Torres struck a late opener. Steven Gerrard then converted a penalty to secure a 2-0 victory, Rafa’s 115th to date. 1928 – Outside-right Dick Edmed played his hundredth reds game as we won 1-0 at Portsmouth, with forward Bill Salisbury nabbing his first reds goal. Centre-half David Davidson was sent off late in the second half, but we hung on for our first victory at Fratton Park. League Cup ends 1998 - Roy Evans took charge, jointly, of his last ever game as reds boss as we were beaten 3-1 at Anfield by Tottenham Hotspur in a Fourth Round League Cup tie. Steffen Iversen and ex-red John Scales put the visitors two up inside twenty minutes, with Allan Nielsen adding a third after an hour. Michael Owen netted our late consolation. 1981 - Kevin Sheedy struck his second and final reds goal in our 4-1 defeat of Middlesbrough in a Third Round tie, with our other goals coming from Ian Rush and a David Johnson brace. Both Sheedy’s reds goals had come in consecutive League Cup fixtures. David Shearer bagged the last of his four goals against the reds. 2004 - We also entertained Boro in a League Cup fixture, knocking the holders out 2-0 thanks to two late Neil Mellor goals, his first in front of the Kop, as we headed towards our tenth Final in the competition. Anfield debutants 1984 - Jim Beglin made his reds bow as we were held 1-1 by Southampton, with Ian Rush netting our goal. Joe Jordan struck for the Saints, one of just two goals he scored in 23 outings against the reds. 1951 - Outside-right Brian Jackson scored on his debut as we drew another top-flight match 1-1 with Bolton Wanderers, with future reds half-back Johnny Wheeler scoring for the visitors. King Kenny’s day 1979 – Kenny Dalglish’s second goal at Brighton & Hove Albion was his fiftieth for the reds in the League. We won 4-1 with Ray Kennedy and David Johnson also netting. 1971 - He made his Scotland debut while still with Celtic, coming on as a substitute in their 1-0 win over Belgium at Pittodrie. He went on to win a total of 102 caps for his country. On the same day, Emlyn Hughes and Larry Lloyd both played as England were held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland in another qualifier at Wembley. Cormack off 1976 – Midfielder Peter Cormack was sold to Bristol City for £50,000. He had signed from Nottingham Forest for a club record £110,000 in July 1972 and won League title and UEFA Cup winners’ medals in his first season, notching a total of 26 goals in 178 reds appearances. Stevie free 2008 - Steven Gerrard was presented with the Freedom of Knowsley Borough. Away debuts 1894 - Inside-left Davy Hannah and half-back John McLean both debuted in our 3-1 defeat at Stoke, with Neil Kerr grabbing our consolation in what was our first ever visit to the Potters in all competitions. This was the eighth defeat of our opening thirteen top-flight fixtures that campaign as we went on to finish bottom. Teddy Sandland bagged a brace, with Joe Schofield also on target. Ton up Gary 1990 - Gary Ablett played his hundredth reds game as we beat Luton Town 4-0 at Anfield. Ian Rush struck twice, to add to a Jan Mølby penalty and a goal from Peter Beardsley. Crazy horse stabled 1982 - Second Division Rotherham United lost a Third Round League Cup tie at Anfield under the management of Emlyn Hughes, with Craig Johnston bagging the game’s only goal. 1956 – We were held to a 2-2 Second Division draw at Millmoor by the Millers, with Louis Bimpson and Alan A’Court on target. Royston Stephenson struck the first of his four goals past us, with Jack Grainger also scoring. Despair at Leeds Road We have lost twice at Huddersfield Town in First Division meetings on this day in history. 1934 - We were thumped 8-0, our second biggest ever defeat as right-half Tom Morrison played his 254th and last game for the club. Albert Malam scored a hat-trick, with Jimmy Richardson nabbing two of his eight goals against the reds, Wilf Bott the last of his five, Charlie Luke netting the final one of his four past the reds, and Alf Lythgoe also on target. 1923 - We lost 3-1 to the reigning champions with Harry Chambers netting our goal. Walter Wadsworth put through his own net, with Billy Cook adding a brace. Most recently 2020 – The reds officially left Melwood for the AXA Training Centre in Kirkby, having used it as their training centre since the 1950’s. 2019 – We beat Manchester City 3-1 at Anfield to hand us a eight-point lead at the top of the table after twelve games. Fabinho opened the scoring with a long-range strike with Mohamed Salah nodding in a second. Sadio Mané headed in after the break, with Bernardo Silva pulling a goal back late on. 2010 – We were held to a 1-1 draw at Wigan Athletic, with Fernando Torres firing us into an early lead. However, Hugo Rodallega levelled after the break with Steven Gerrard striking the crossbar late on. Thumping wins We twice secured convincing First Division wins at Anfield at the beginning of the last century. 1900 - John Walker and Sam Raybould each netted twice as we beat reigning champions Aston Villa 5-1, with Andy McGuigan also scoring. 1906 - Raybould again bagged a brace as Preston North End lost 6-1, with Bill McPherson and Alex Raisbeck also striking twice. International debuts 2017 – Joe Gomez won his first cap for England in their goalless friendly draw with Germany at Wembley, with Emre Can also in action. On the same day, Dominic Solanke netted for England Under-21’s as they won a European Championships qualifier 2-0 in the Ukraine, with future red Diogo Jota captaining Portugal Under-21’s as they drew a qualifier 1-1 in Romania. Carl Medjani won his first cap as a Sivasspor player in Algeria’s 3-0 World Cup qualifying defeat of Nigeria. Sadio Mané, Divock Origi, Ben Woodburn, future red Alisson Becker and ex-red Joe Allen also featured in internationals that day. 2001 - Danny Murphy became the 54th Liverpool player to represent the full England team when he debuted in a 1-1 friendly draw with Sweden at Old Trafford, coming on as a substitute for Nicky Butt. Murphy was joined by three fellow reds, as Jamie Carragher played 85 minutes at left-back, Emile Heskey started alongside Kevin Phillips in attack and was replaced by Teddy Sheringham in the 58th minute, with Robbie Fowler coming on for Phillips at the same time. Robbie was winning his 22nd cap, and final one as a reds player. On the same day, future red Christian Poulsen won his first cap for Denmark as they were held to a 1-1 friendly draw by the Netherlands in Copenhagen. Meanwhile, Milan Baroš and Vladimír Šmicer both appeared for the Czech Republic as they lost 1-0 in a World Cup play-off in Belgium. This left Baroš needing just one more cap at full international level before he could be granted a work permit to join the reds. Vlad in charge 2009 - Vladimír Šmicer was appointed Manager of the administrative division for the Czech Republic national team, having announced his retirement from playing the day before. First and last Irish caps 1987 - Mark Lawrenson won his 39th and final cap for the Republic of Ireland, skippering them as they thumped Israel 5-0 in a friendly at Dalymount Park. Ray Houghton won his thirteenth cap, and first one as a reds player, while ex-red Kevin Sheedy also played. 2001 - Jason McAteer won his first cap as a Sunderland player, and 44th in total, as the Republic of Ireland beat Iran 2-0 in the first leg of their World Cup qualifying play-off at Lansdowne Road, with Robbie Keane bagging his first goal as a Leeds United player. Future red Steve Finnan and ex-red Steve Staunton both also played. Dietmar Hamann, future red Bolo Zenden and ex-red Christian Ziege all also featured in internationals that day. Honours even with the Mancs 1962 - Ian St. John equalised against Manchester United at Old Trafford although we then trailed 2-1 with just five minutes remaining. Jimmy Melia levelled the scores before Ronnie Moran struck a late free-kick. Unfortunately, there was still time for United to score through Johnny Giles with the last kick of the game as it ended 3-3, the first of his five goals against us. David Herd and Albert Quixall had also netted for United, the latter from the spot. Cox for the League 1900 - Reds winger Jack Cox played for the Football League as they beat an Irish League side 4-2 in Belfast. International goalscorers 1987 - Nigel Clough netted his first England Under-21’s goal while winning his tenth cap. Fellow future red Michael Thomas debuted in the same game, as England won 5-1 in a European Championships qualifier in Yugoslavia. 2011 – Martin Kelly scored for England Under-21’s as they thumped Iceland 5-0 in a European Championships qualifier in Colchester, with future red Nathaniel Clyne debuting at this level and Jordan Henderson skippering the side, and future red Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also featuring. On the same day, Jon Flanagan won his only cap for the Under-19’s in their 1-0 friendly defeat of Denmark in Brighton, with Conor Coady captaining a team that also included Adam Morgan and Andre Wisdom. Lucas and future red Thiago were also in international action that day. 2016 – Ex-red Sebastián Coates scored his first goal for Uruguay in their 2-1 World Cup qualifying defeat of Ecuador in Montevideo, with ex-red Luis Súarez also featuring. Philippe Coutinho scored for Brazil as they beat Argentina 3-0 in a qualifier in Belo Horizonte, with Roberto Firmino, future red Alisson Becker and ex-red Javier Mascherano also in action. Ovie Ejaria netted as future red Dominic Solanke won his eleventh and last cap for England Under-19’s in their 2-1 friendly defeat in South Korea. Kamil Grabara won his third and last cap for Poland Under-18’s, with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ben Woodburn playing at Under-19’s level that day. A final cap 1996 - Stéphane Henchoz won his last cap as a Hamburger SV player as Switzerland were beaten 1-0 by Norway in a World Cup qualifier in Bern, with Øyvind Leonhardsen on the winning side. Also in qualifying action that day were Phil Babb, Patrik Berger, Jason McAteer, ex-red Ronnie Rosenthal and future reds Vladimír Šmicer and Rigobert Song. Other reds game 1973 – Steve Heighway bagged the only goal of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ visit to Anfield. Also on the move 2001 - Ex-reserves forward Sean Friars signed for Carlisle United from Ipswich Town on a monthly contract. He only made one senior appearance for the Blues. 2005 - Former second-string keeper Ian Dunbavin joined Scarborough on loan from Halifax Town. He played fourteen Conference games for them.
  4. Will

    27th October

    Titi’s tears 1999 - Titi Camara scored the only goal of the game at home to West Ham United, and then broke down in tears as he celebrated. He later revealed that his father had died earlier that day, “That goal was for my dad. It contributed to an extremely emotional day in my life. I did not want to let my team-mates down, which is why I insisted on playing. With Michael Owen and Robbie Fowler both injured, they needed me.” On the same day, Michael Foley played for the Irish Under-16’s as they beat Switzerland 1-0 in a European Championships qualifier in Dublin. Happy birthday Phil 1942 - Phil Chisnall was born in Manchester. He signed from Manchester United for £25,000 in April 1964, after ten goals in 47 United games. However, he never established himself at Anfield, netting twice in nine appearances, leaving for Southend United in August 1967. 1899 – William Cunningham was born in Radcliffe in Lancashire. He signed from Blyth Spartans for £50 in May 1920, but played just three times before joining Barrow in January 1924. Debutants galore 1962 - Goalkeeper Tommy ‘The Flying Pig’ Lawrence and inside-left Gordon Wallace both made their reds debuts in our 1-0 defeat at West Bromwich Albion, with Jimmy Melia having a penalty saved, while left-half Tommy Leishman played his 118th and last reds game. 1951 - We were also beaten by the Baggies in a First Division match when Jimmy Payne added to a Billy Liddell penalty as we lost 5-2 at Anfield. Frank Griffin bagged the first two of his six goals past us, with Ronnie Allen scoring the first of his five strikes against the reds, with Reg Ryan and George Lee also on the scoresheet. Bill Jones was playing his 200th reds game. 1998 - Sean Dundee made his first-class reds bow as a substitute in our 3-1 League Cup Third Round win at home to Fulham, with Robbie Fowler netting a penalty and Paul Ince on the scoresheet, to add to a Simon Morgan own goal. Paul Peschisolido scored for the Cottagers. 1894 - Centre-forward Hugh Henderson made his red bow as we were thumped 5-0 by Aston Villa on our first visit to their old Perry Barr ground. Jack Reynolds bagged a brace, including one from the spot, with Jimmy Cowan netting the first of his four goals past us and Denny Hodgetts and Billy Dorrell also scoring as left-half Jim McBride played his 56th and last reds game. 1934 - Defender Fred Rogers debuted in our 2-2 top-flight draw at Preston North End, with Gordon Hodgson and Vic Wright netting. Bud Maxwell bagged the first of his seven strikes past us, with George Bargh also on target. 1900 - We also faced the Lilywhites, beating them 3-2 at Anfield thanks to Andy McGuigan’s first reds strike and goals from Jack Cox and Sam Raybould. Alex Raisbeck put through his own net, with Jackie Pierce also scoring for the visitors. Trebles galore 1993 - Ian Rush netted a hat-trick as we beat Ipswich Town 3-2 in a League Cup Third Round tie at Anfield, his last ever home treble. 1928 - Forward Bill Salisbury made his reds bow as Gordon Hodgson scored a thirteen-minute first-half hat-trick as we drew 4-4 at Arsenal in a First Division meeting, with Dick Edmed netting the other. Hodgson’s first goal was actually his fiftieth for the club, with his third being his fiftieth in the League. Centre-half David Davidson put through his own net, with Len Thompson nabbing a brace and Jimmy Brain bagging one of his eight goals against the reds. 1906 - Bobby Robinson bagged a treble as we beat Manchester City by the odd goal in nine at Anfield. Sam Raybould and Willie McPherson scored our others. Irvine Thornley netted twice for the visitors, with Billy Jones and George Stewart also on target. We have faced City twice more on this day in history. 1945 – We went down 5-0 in a Wartime League match at Anfield. 1979 - Kenny Dalglish struck twice as we won a top-flight fixture 4-0 at Maine Road, with David Johnson and Ray Kennedy also on the scoresheet. Ten thousand up 2020 – Diogo Jota scored the club’s 10,000th goal with Mohamed Salah converting a stoppage-time penalty as we beat Midtjylland 2-0 in a UEFA Champions League group game behind closed doors at Anfield. Also recently 2018 – Xherdan Shaqiri struck his first goal for the club as we beat Cardiff City 4-1 at Anfield, with Mohamed Salah netting in his third consecutive game. Sadio Mané added the other two goals as we went top of the table after ten League fixtures. 2019 – We beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 in L4 despite Harry Kane putting the visitors in front inside a minute, with the latest of his six strikes past us to date. Jordan Henderson equalised after the break with Mohamed Salah bagging the winner from the spot. This result left is with a six-point lead at the top of the table after ten games. Clem’s century 1971 – Ray Clemence played his hundredth reds game as we lost 2-1 at West Ham United in a League Cup Fourth Round tie. Bobby Graham bagged our goal, with Geoff Hurst netting one of his nine strikes against the reds and Pop Robson scoring the first of his five goals past us. Half a century for Bob 1976 - Bob Paisley secured his fiftieth League victory as reds boss as a John Toshack goal was enough to defeat Leicester City at Filbert Street. This was Bob’s 95th League game as Manager, five games more than it took Bill Shankly to achieve the same feat, although many of his wins came in the Second Division, and two games more than it took Rafael Benítez. Keepers on the move 2006 - Chris Kirkland was officially sold to Wigan Athletic for a reported £3.5m, having been on loan at the JJB Stadium since July 2006. 2015 - Brad Jones was released by Bradford City by mutual consent, subsequently moving into Dutch football. Bye bye twice 2001 - Jamie Redknapp scored on his last League start as we won 2-0 at Charlton Athletic, with Michael Owen also on target. Stephen Wright was sent off late on for a second bookable offence. On the same day, Chris McGrath featured for the Irish Under-16’s in their goalless European Championships qualifying draw with Latvia. First game for an old country 1993 - Vladimír Šmicer won his first full international cap for the Republic of Czechs & Slovaks in their 3-0 World Cup qualifying defeat of Cyprus in Kosice. He was then still an SK Slavia Praha player, and would not win any more caps until the Czech Republic side formed after the country’s split earlier that year. Team of the year 2008 – Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres were both been named in the Fifpro World Footballer of the Year team, voted for by footballers around the world. Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo won the overall award for Fifpro World Footballer of the Year. Reaching a million 2009 – The club’s official Facebook page reached the landmark of one million fans, the first British football club to do so. On the same day, future reds Alisson Becker and Philippe Coutinho both played for Brazil Under-17’s in their 1-0 defeat by Mexico in a World Championship Finals group game in Nigeria. International milestones 1976 – Future reds centre-half Glenn Hysén won his first cap for Sweden Under-18’s as they beat East Germany 3-2 in a European Championships qualifier in Halmstad. 1993 - Ronnie Rosenthal netted in Israel’s 1-1 World Cup qualifying draw with Austria in Tel-Aviv. This was his last goal for his country while still a reds player. 2006 – Future red Krisztián Németh nabbed a brace as Hungary Under-19’s won a European Championships qualifier 3-1 in Cyprus. 2015 – Bobby Adekanye won his third and last cap for the Dutch Under-17’s in their 4-1 European Championships qualifying defeat by Switzerland in Wales, with Kamil Grabara also in action at this level that day. 2016 - Elijah Dixon-Bonner captained an England Under-16’s side that also included Curtis Jones as they lost a friendly 1-0 in France. Other reds games 1996 – We beat Derby County 2-1 at Anfield with Robbie Fowler bagging a brace. 1990 – Ian Rush and Steve Nicol struck as Chelsea lost 2-0 in L4. 1973 – Kevin Keegan netted the only goal of Sheffield United’s visit. 1956 – Jimmy Melia bagged our consolation as we lost a Second Division encounter 4-1 at Barnsley. Johnny McCann netted the first two of his four goals against the reds, with Arthur Kaye scoring from the spot and Sid Storey also on the scoresheet. 1923 – Jimmy Walsh was on target as we won 1-0 at Nottingham Forest. On the move 2008 – Ex-reds midfielder John Welsh joined Carlisle United on loan from Hull City. He played six games for the Blues. 2014 – Former reds Managing Director Christian Purslow was appointed as Head of Global Commercial Activities of Chelsea. On the same day, Herbie Kane played for England Under-17’s as theu beat North Macedonia 1-0 in a European Championships qualifier in Greece.
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    23rd February

    Nando at the treble 2008 - Fernando Torres scored a hat-trick to pass twenty goals for the season after we had fallen behind against Middlesbrough at Anfield. We went on to win 3-2, with Jérémie Aliadière sent off for the visitors for slapping Javier Mascherano. This meant we became the first team ever to score hat-tricks in all of the League, FA Cup, League Cup and Champions League in the same season. Tuncay Şanlı and future red Stewart Downing netted for the visitors. Daniel again 2014 - Daniel Sturridge scored in his seventh consecutive League game as we eventually beat Swansea City 4-3 at Anfield. He put us in front inside three minutes, with Jordan Henderson extending our lead before ex-red Jonjo Shelvey scored a spectacular goal and Martin Škrtel put through his own net to level the scores. Sturridge headed in his second before Wilfred Bony equalised from the spot. Henderson then grabbed the winner. Sami the centurion twice 2002 - Nicolas Anelka netted after Thomas Radzinski had opened the scoring in the Anfield derby, while Sami Hyypiä played in his hundredth League match for us. This was the first League derby in a quarter of century to feature two English goalies, as Chris Kirkland and Steve Simonsen played. Kirkland thus became the first reds keeper to play his first three games for the club in three different competitions, following appearances in the League Cup and Champions League. Abel Xavier appeared for the reds, becoming the first player ever to play for both sides in the derby during the same season. 2003 - Sami Hyypiä played his 200th reds game as we lost 2-1 at Birmingham City, with Michael Owen bagging our consolation. Ray Clemence’s son Stephen opened the scoring for the home side, with Clinton Morrison nabbing the last of his four strikes against us. 1935 - We also visited St. Andrews, with Gordon Hodgson grabbing a brace and Sam English also on target in a 3-1 win as Fred Harris bagged the first of his five goals against the reds. Happy birthdays 1955 – Former Chief Executive Rick Parry was born. The qualified Chartered Accountant had previously been involved with Manchester’s bid for the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games and advised the Birmingham Olympic Games Council on financial matters, joining the reds from the Premier League in July 1998. He played a pivotal role in the takeover of the club by Tom Hicks and George Gillett Jr. in March 2007, before leaving the club in the summer of 2009. 1968 - Former Masseur Stuart Welsh was born in Liverpool. Previously with Wigan Athletic, he helped out with the first team and reserves before his move to Anfield came about during the summer of 2002. 1899 - Forward Bill Salisbury was born in Glasgow. He signed from Partick Thistle in October 1928, bagging three goals in seventeen games before joining Bangor City the following August. Red against blue at Wembley 1983 - Ian Rush netted in his fifth consecutive international, with Phil Neal converting a penalty as England beat Wales 2-1 in the British International Championships at Wembley. It was Zico’s fifth and final international goal. Sammy Lee and ex-red Joey Jones also played. This is the most recent occasion when a red has scored against an Everton goalkeeper in a full international, as Neville Southall was in the Welsh goal. Farewell to two legendary forwards 1927 - Dick Forshaw played his 288th and final reds game as we held Leeds United to a goalless draw at Elland Road, while Harry ‘Smiler’ Chambers was playing his 300th game for us. 1952 - Jack Balmer made his 309th and last reds appearance as we lost 2-0 at Burnley in the FA Cup Fifth Round, with centre-half Joe Cadden playing his fifth and last reds game and forward Cyril Done turning out for the 110th and last time. Billy Morris and ex-red Les Shannon scored the goals. 1918 - We also visited Turf Moor, winning a Wartime League match 3-1 thanks to goals from Walter Wadsworth, George Schofield and Thomas Green. Top of the table controversy 1980 - David Fairclough put the reds ahead at Anfield against Ipswich Town early on, but Eric Gates equalised against the run of play six minutes from time with one of his five goals past us. That was when the drama really started as Terry Butcher then fouled Kenny Dalglish in the box, with referee Bert Newsome immediately pointing to the spot. The visiting players were incensed, and as Terry McDermott ran up to take the spot-kick Frans Thijssen hurled a dollop of mud across his path. Town keeper Paul Cooper got down well to smother the shot and the Kop was outraged when the ref failed to order a retake. First and last caps 1901 – Ex-reds half-back Barney Battles made his debut for Scotland as they trounced Northern Ireland 11-0 in a British International Championships game at his home ground, Celtic Park. 2017 – Liam Millar won his third and last cap for Canada Under-20’s as they beat Antigua & Barbuda 2-0 in a CONCACAF Championships group game in Costa Rica. Also on target in the British International Championships 1982 - Ex-red Kevin Keegan struck his 21st and final international goal in England’s 4-0 thumping of Northern Ireland at Wembley, while winning his sixtieth cap. Fellow ex-red Ray Clemence also played. 1907 - George Latham played as Wales beat Ireland 3-2 in Belfast. Richard Morris won his tenth cap, his only one as a Grimsby Town player, and netted his only international goal. In and out 1972 - Ian Ross was sold to Aston Villa for £60,000. He had struck four goals in 69 reds games, but spent a large portion of his career skippering our Central League side. He captained Villa into the First Division, and then to League Cup glory in 1975. 1962 – Keeper Jim Furnell arrived from Burnley for £18,000, helping us to secure the Second Division title that season. He moved on to Arsenal in November 1963 after 28 first-team outings. 2015 – French midfielder Alou Diarra signed for Charlton Athletic, netting once in 45 games for the Addicks before moving to AS Nancy-Lorraine in September 2016. 2016 – Midfielder Kevin Stewart signed a new contract. He made twenty senior appearances for the reds since arriving in July 2014 after his contract with Tottenham Hotspur expired, moving on to Hull City after three years in L4. 2018 – Ex-reds centre-half Gabriel Paletta signed for Chinese Super League club Jiangsu Suning, netting once in 46 outings. On the same day, midfielder Elijah Dixon-Bonner signed as a professional for the reds, so far making one senior appearance. 2021 – Under-23’s Assistant Coach Gary O’Neil left the reds to take over as Senior First Team Coach for Bournemouth, joining up again with ex-reds scout Jonathan Woodgate. Derby despair 1998 - David James played his 213th consecutive reds game in a 1-1 derby draw at Anfield, before finally making way for Brad Friedel. Paul Ince nabbed our equaliser after Duncan Ferguson had struck one of his five goals past us, while Robbie Fowler suffered a serious knee injury in a clash with keeper Thomas Myhre. This was our eighth consecutive derby without victory. After Kenny 1991 - We played our first game since Kenny Dalglish resigned, losing 3-1 at Luton Town. Jan Mølby netted our goal from the spot, the club’s 6,000th League goal to date, as Ronnie Moran took temporary charge for the first time. This was our last game on their controversial plastic pitch, as it was replaced with grass in time for the following season. Bruce Grobbelaar was replaced by Mike Hooper after taking ill overnight, after 107 consecutive reds games. Iain Dowie bagged a brace, with Kingsley Black also netting. International reds in friendlies 2000 - Future reds Bolo Zenden and Christian Ziege both scored as Germany lost 2-1 to the Netherlands at the Amsterdam ArenA. Dietmar Hamann and future red Markus Babbel also played, as Lothar Matthäus became the most capped footballer of all time to date, winning his 144th cap. Stéphane Henchoz was sent off for the first time in his career, for dissent, as Switzerland lost 1-0 to the United Arab Emirates in a tournament in Oman. Ex-reds reserves midfielder Jim Magilton won his fortieth cap for Northern Ireland, and first as an Ipswich Town player, as they won 3-1 in Luxembourg. Meanwhile, Emile Heskey won his fifth cap, and last as a Leicester City player, as Kevin Keegan’s England played out a goalless draw with Argentina at Wembley. Future red John Arne Riise bagged his first Norway goal in their 2-0 win in Turkey, playing alongside Vegard Heggem. Future red Robbie Keane netted his final goal while with Coventry City as Phil Babb, Steve Staunton and ex-reds Mark Kennedy and Jason McAteer also faced Patrik Berger and Vladimír Šmicer as the Republic of Ireland beat the Czech Republic 3-2 in Dublin, their first win over the Czechs in four attempts. Future reds Jerzy Dudek, Paul Jones, Harry Kewell and Alex Manninger also played for their countries that day. North-eastern encounters We have twice faced both Newcastle United and Sunderland on this day in history, drawing three times and winning the other game. 1946 - The only one of these fixtures to be played at Anfield was a 2-2 draw with Sunderland in a Wartime League match, when Billy Liddell and Jack Balmer struck our goals. 1901 - We won at Roker Park with Jack Cox netting the only goal of the game. This was our first victory on Wearside, after five previous top-flight defeats there. 1929 - Dick Edmed was on the scoresheet as we drew 2-2 with Newcastle, with our other strike being an Alf Maitland own goal, with Tommy Lang grabbing the first two of his four goals against the reds. Right-back Jimmy ‘Parson’ Jackson played his hundredth League game for us. Reds keeper Elisha Scott was playing for Northern Ireland in their 7-3 thumping by Scotland at Windsor Park that same day. 1974 - Our encounter ended goalless, the most recent such outcome in our meetings with the Geordies. Keepers on the move temporarily 2006 - Ex-reds keeper Sander Westerveld joined Everton on loan from Portsmouth. He only played twice for the Blues, conceding twice in both matches - at Newcastle United and West Ham United. 2007 - Reserves custodian David Martin moved to Accrington Stanley on loan. He kept just two clean sheets in ten League Two outings. Entertaining the Potters 1985 - Steve Nicol and Kenny Dalglish were on target in the first half-hour as we beat Stoke City 2-0 at Anfield in a top-flight match, with Kenny making his 300th League appearance for the reds. 1893 - We also entertained Stoke, when our friendly ended goalless. Other reds games 1957 – Bristol City’s visit to Anfield was abandoned with the score 1-0 to the Robins. We went on to win the rearranged game 2-1 three months later. 1924 – We drew 0-0 at Southampton in an FA Cup Third Round tie. We won the replay, but lost at Newcastle United in the next round. 1907 – Jack Cox bagged the only goal of Bradford City’s trip to L4 at the same stage of the competition in what was Tom Watson’s 400th game in charge of the reds. Unfortunately, we were knocked out at The Wednesday at the very next hurdle. Rushie the Blade 1998 - Ian Rush joined Sheffield United on loan from Newcastle United. He played four times during his month at Bramall Lane, without netting. Stevie the dad 2004 - Steven Gerrard became the father of his first baby girl, Lilly-Ella. St. Michael on TV 2000 - Michael Owen starred in Children’s BBC’s “Hero To Zero” drama series, stepping out of a poster on a young boy’s wall to offer advice. Also in international action 1929 - Elisha Scott kept goal as Northern Ireland lost 7-3 to Scotland in the British International Championships at Windsor Park. 1966 – Roger Hunt featured in England’s 1-0 friendly defeat of West Germany at Wembley, ahead of that year’s World Cup Finals. 1999 – Future red Milan Baroš played for the Czech Republic Under-18’s as they drew a friendly 1-1 in Greece. 2001 – Future red Ragnar Klavan played as Estonia Under-17’s were thumped 5-0 by Belarus in a friendly in Tallinn. 2018 – Future red Ozan Kabak played for Turkey Under-18’s as they lost a friendly 2-1 to Russia.
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