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Just saw this at lfchistory.net and couldn't believe my own eyes:

 

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Only 21 players in total and only 2 strikers..... :wacko: ... and even more impressive "Goals scored that season - Overall: 138"

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Guest VQ
Just saw this at lfchistory.net and couldn't believe my own eyes:

 

squad1985863dh.jpg

 

Only 21 players in total and only 2 strikers.....  :wacko:

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I suppose a lot depends on the inclusion of Dalglish as a midfielder. In those days that midfield weighed in with a good share of goals, John Wark had a fantastic eye for goal, if he had been as quick as Rush he would have been as good.

 

regards

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King Kenny did in fact only score 7 goals that season, but Jan the man.... wohaa... :)

 

Ian Rush 33

Jan Mølby 21

Paul Walsh 18

Ronnie Whelan 14

Steve McMahon 10

Craig Johnston 10

Kenny Dalglish 7

John Wark 6

Mark Lawrenson 5

Kevin MacDonald 5

Steve Nicol 4

Gary Gillespie 3

Jim Beglin 1 Phil Neal 1

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Wark and Kenny were more like strikers. Out of those 21 I can't remember Seagraves and McGregor getting many, if any, games at all.

 

Great side that season after the problems of 85, 68 goals between the top 4 scorers.

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Wark and Kenny were more like strikers. Out of those 21 I can't remember Seagraves and McGregor getting many, if any, games at all.

 

Great side that season after the problems of 85, 68 goals between the top 4 scorers.

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106 goals between the top 6 scorers :cooler:

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21 goals for Molby?!

 

I know he took some pens, but 21 goals from a midfielder who isn't quite the scholes or Lamp-pot type is pretty special

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21 goals for Molby?!

 

I know he took some pens, but 21 goals from a midfielder who isn't quite the scholes or Lamp-pot type is pretty special

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i can only see 19 (inc 10 pens :o )

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We won the European Cup last season with just one fit striker. To make the feat all the more amazing that striker was Milan Baros...

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Kevin MacDonald 5   

 

 

 

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No f**king way.

 

No chance.

 

An equaliser at Forest I remember but no way did he score 5...did he?

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No f**king way.

 

No chance.

 

An equaliser at Forest I remember but no way did he score 5...did he?

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can only see 3

 

Forest - League

Norwich - FA Cup

Oldham - League Cup

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can only see 3

 

Forest - League

Norwich - FA Cup

Oldham - League Cup

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Thread should be titled: How did we win the double with Kevin McDonald in the side? With his greasy midlands style mullet and his 'nervous sh*tting dog' gait and scared-silly-of-being-found-out positional style...

 

KEV-IN MAC-DOOONAAALD!

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The King was more of a striker than midfielder and Warky weighed in with a ton of goals. But I do take your point, esp these days when teams talk about having 4 top quality strikers.

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Alan Hansen said of Kevin MacDonald in the double season that he was ?far and away our most influential player?

 

:bleh:

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i can only see 19 (inc 10 pens  :o )

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Jan Molby's 21 goals in 1985/86 season:

 

85' Aston Villa 21.08.1985 League

27' Ipswich 26.08.1985 League

6' Southampton 17.09.1985 SSSC

61' pen Tottenham 28.09.1985 League

67' pen Tottenham 28.09.1985 League

65' Luton 26.10.1985 League

62' WBA 16.11.1985 League

57' Man Utd 26.11.1985 LC

58' pen Man Utd 26.11.1985 LC

85' pen Chelsea 30.11.1985 League

2' Aston Villa 07.12.1985 League

58' pen West Ham 18.01.1986 League

64' pen York 15.02.1986 FA

94' York 18.02.1986 FA

66' Tottenham 02.03.1986 League

86' pen Watford 17.03.1986 FA

51' pen Oxford 22.03.1986 League

88' Oxford 22.03.1986 League

46' Coventry 12.04.1986 League

49' pen Birmingham 26.04.1986 League

72' pen Norwich 06.05.1986 SSSC

 

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can only see 3

 

Forest - League

Norwich - FA Cup

Oldham - League Cup

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The only 5 goals Kevin MacDonald ever scored for LFC:

 

72' Oldham 09.10.1985 LC

19' Tottenham 03.12.1985 SSSC

55' Nottm For 28.12.1985 League

23' Norwich 04.01.1986 FA

56' Norwich 06.05.1986 SSSC

 

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Thread should be titled: How did we win the double with Kevin McDonald in the side?  With his greasy midlands style mullet and his 'nervous sh*tting dog' gait and scared-silly-of-being-found-out positional style...

 

KEV-IN MAC-DOOONAAALD!

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Oh and for smithdown :bleh:

 

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Alan Hansen said of Kevin MacDonald in the double season that he was ?far and away our most influential player?

 

:bleh:

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he also said it was "the most limited Liverpool team" he had ever played in...

 

 

looks like Jocky's been talking schite for years then :thumbs:

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Jezzman - SSSC = screen sport super cup?

 

 

no wonder i missed them......

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Kevin McDonald was one of our best midfielders in the run in of 86. He deservedly kept his place for the FA Cup Final ahead of Steve McMahon.

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Kevin McDonald was one of our best midfielders in the run in of 86. He deservedly kept his place for the FA Cup Final ahead of Steve McMahon.

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you are kidding Kev

 

He was inconsistent in the extreme.............He could tackle but couldnt pass water....the reason he kept McMahon out of the side was that Stevie was struggling with a calf injury and it dogged him throughout the run in that season

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Kevin McDonald was one of our best midfielders in the run in of 86. He deservedly kept his place for the FA Cup Final ahead of Steve McMahon.

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na, Kev, McDonald was shocking, worst passer in the side, had a few good games, but all in all, he was piss poor

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