On this day in Liverpool history

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Players born on this day:
Charles Itandje (1982)

Players bought or sold on this day:
02.11.1894: David Hannah was transferred from Sunderland.

Players who made their debuts on this day:
Did not find anything...

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
02.11.1912: Donald MacKinlay against Tottenham

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
02.11.1895 2 - 5 Man Utd Bank Street League
02.11.1901 3 - 2 Man City Hyde Road League
02.11.1907 0 - 2 Bristol City Ashton Gate League
02.11.1912 4 - 1 Tottenham Anfield League
02.11.1929 3 - 3 Portsmouth Fratton Park League
02.11.1935 2 - 2 Middlesbrough Ayresome Park League
02.11.1946 0 - 0 Blackburn Ewood Park League
02.11.1957 1 - 0 Lincoln City Sincil Bank League
02.11.1963 0 - 1 Leicester Anfield League
02.11.1968 0 - 0 WBA The Hawthorns League
02.11.1974 0 - 1 Ipswich Portman Road League
02.11.1977 1 - 2 Dyn. Dresden Rudolf Harbig St. EC
02.11.1982 5 - 0 HJK Helsinki Anfield EC
02.11.1983 1 - 0 Athletic Bilbao San Mames EC
02.11.1985 1 - 0 Leicester Anfield League
02.11.1988 1 - 1 Arsenal Anfield LC
02.11.1991 1 - 2 Crystal Palace Anfield League
02.11.2002 2 - 0 West Ham Anfield PL
02.11.2003 2 - 1 Fulham Loftus Road PL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
02.11.1918 2 - 0 Port Vale Recreation Ground Lancashire Section Principal Tournament
02.11.1940 5 - 0 Stockport Cou. Anfield North Regional League

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On this day in Liverpool history - 2nd November
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400 for the reds
Michael Owen scored a brace that included our 400th Premiership goal at Anfield six years ago today, as we beat West Ham United 2-0.

Le Boss released
Seven years ago today, Gérard Houllier was released from Broadgreen Hospital after heart surgery. On the same day we were drawn with Barcelona, Galatasaray and Roma for the second group phase of the Champions League.

300 for the reds
Five years ago today, we beat Fulham 2-1 at Loftus Road. Ex-Cottager Steve Finnan set Emile Heskey up for the opener, our 300th away goal in the Premier League. Our winner came when Danny Murphy netted his fiftieth career League goal, converting from the spot after Florent Sinama-Pongolle was brought down in the area, shortly after he had been assaulted by Luis Boa Morte in the centre circle, who was dismissed. Vladimír Šmicer played his hundredth League game.

European Cup games
We have played in the European Cup three times on this day over the years. We lost 2-1 at Dynamo Dresden on this day in 1977 but still progressed to the Second Round 6-3 on aggregate, with Steve Heighway on target.

Five years later, we beat Finnish champions HJK Helsinki 5-0 at Anfield to wipe out a single-goal first-leg defeat to reach the Third Round. Kenny Dalglish, Craig Johnston and Phil Neal all netted in the first half, with Alan Kennedy adding a brace after the break. The following year, we won 1-0 at Athletic de Bilbao at the same stage, thanks to an Ian Rush header, following a goalless first leg at Anfield.

A Manchester treble
On this day in 1895, J. Peters scored a hat-trick for Newton Heath, later to become Manchester United, as they beat us 5-2 at Bank Street. Frank Becton and Jimmy Ross were on target for the reds.

Hannah arrives
Northern Irish inside-left Davy Hannah signed from Sunderland on this day in 1894. He was the cousin of Andrew Hannah, a Scottish right-back who left Anfield for Rob Roy soon afterwards. Davy struck twelve times in 33 reds games.

Wadsworth passes on
Post-First World War outside-right Harold Wadsworth died on this day in 1975. He played 55 reds games, many alongside his brother, centre-half Walter.

Mixed fortunes against the Foxes
We have twice entertained Leicester City in the First Division on this day in history, first of all losing 1-0 on this day in 1963. Ian Rush grabbed the only goal of the game late on to hand us victory in 1985.

Thumping Anfield wins
Jack Parkinson netted a brace as we beat Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 on this day in 1912. Donald Mackinlay had opened the scoring in the first minute, with Arthur Goddard completing the scoring. We beat Stockport County 5-0 in a Wartime League fixture on this day in 1940, with Bob Paisley, JA Grundy and Berry Nieuwenhuys on the scoresheet, to add to a GS Hunt brace.

Happy birthday Charles
Former reserves keeper Charles Itandje is 26 today. He signed from Racing Club de Lens in August 2007, and played seven largely unconvincing games last season.

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Players born on this day:
William Hood (1914)

Players bought or sold on this day:
03.11.2000: Brad Friedel was transferred to Blackburn.

Players who made their debuts on this day:
03.11.1894: John Curran against Burnley
03.11.1962: Willie Stevenson against Burnley

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
03.11.1928: James Clark against Birmingham

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
03.11.1894 0 - 3 Burnley Anfield League
03.11.1900 1 - 2 Wolves Molineux League
03.11.1906 1 - 0 Middlesbrough Ayresome Park League
03.11.1923 1 - 1 Huddersfield Anfield League
03.11.1928 1 - 2 Birmingham Anfield League
03.11.1934 2 - 1 Wolves Anfield League
03.11.1951 1 - 1 Newcastle St James' Park League
03.11.1956 4 - 1 Port Vale Anfield League
03.11.1962 1 - 2 Burnley Anfield League
03.11.1971 1 - 3 Bayern Munich Grunwalder Strasse ECWC
03.11.1973 2 - 0 Arsenal Highbury League
03.11.1976 3 - 0 Trabzonspor Anfield EC
03.11.1979 3 - 0 Wolves Anfield League
03.11.1984 1 - 0 Stoke Victoria Ground League
03.11.1996 0 - 3 Blackburn Ewood Park PL
03.11.1998 2 - 2 Valencia Mestalla UEFA
03.11.2004 1 - 0 Deportivo Estadio Riazor CL
03.11.2007 0 - 0 Blackburn Ewood Park PL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
03.11.1917 6 - 0 Blackpool Bloomfield Road Lancashire Section Principal Tournament
03.11.1945 3 - 0 Newcastle Anfield Football League Northern Section
03.11.1986 1 - 1 Motherwell Fir Park Stadium Friendly

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On this day in Liverpool history - 3rd November
ImageMonday, 3rd November 2008
Anfield trebles
Half-back Johnny Wheeler scored a quick-fire hat-trick on this day in 1956 to hand us a 4-1 Second Division win over Port Vale, with his goals coming between the 81st and 85th minutes. Billy Liddell scored our other goal. Eleven years earlier, forward Willie Fagan bagged all the goals in our 3-0 Wartime League defeat of Newcastle United. We also faced the Geordies six years later, with Jimmy Payne netting in our 1-1 top-flight draw at St. James' Park.

Willie's debut
Half-back Willie Stevenson made his reds bow on this day in 1962, as we lost 2-1 at home to Burnley. Ian St. John netted our consolation. We had also entertained the Clarets in another First Division fixture back in 1894, although we lost this encounter 3-0.

Three off in Spain
Paul Ince, Steve McManaman and Valencia's Amadeo Carboni were all sent off as we escaped from the Mestalla with a 2-2 draw in our UEFA Cup encounter exactly a decade ago. We progressed to the Third Round on the away goals rule, thanks to strikes from Steve McManaman and Patrik Berger.

Wolves three times
We have faced Wolverhampton Wanderers three times on this day over the years, all in First Division games. In 1900, we lost 2-1 at Molineux, with inside-right John Walker grabbing our consolation. However, we won both subsequent games at Anfield. In 1934, David Wright and Gordon Hodgson netted in our 2-1 win. In 1979, we triumphed 3-0 thanks to a Kenny Dalglish brace and a strike from Ray Kennedy, as Emlyn Hughes returned to Anfield for the first time since moving to Molineux. Wolves went on to finish sixth that season, while we retained our League title.

Moving towards European glory
We beat Turkish champions Trabzonspor 3-0 on this day in 1976 in our European Cup Second Round encounter, to overcome a 1-0 first leg defeat with Steve Heighway, David Johnson and Kevin Keegan all netting inside the first eighteen minutes. We also had three later efforts ruled out for offside, while the Turks had Milemic Cemil sent off late on for a horrendous challenge on Phil Neal. Our next opponents in the competition were Saint-Étienne the following March.

We were also victorious four years ago today, when we won 1-0 at Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña in the group stage of the Champions League thanks to a Jorge Andrade own goal, with Igor Bišcan running the midfield in the absence of Steven Gerrard. Keeper Chris Kirkland was briefly knocked unconscious by the clumsy Croatian during the second half.

The end of a European dream
Alun Evans netted after legendary striker Gerd Müller had put Bayern München two goals up in a two-minute spell in our European Cup Winners' Cup meeting in Germany on this day in 1971, as we eventually lost 3-1 to crash out at the Second Round stage, following an earlier goalless draw at Anfield. This was our fourth meeting with the Munich side in continental competition that year. Alun's wonder strike went on to win a German ‘goal of the month' competition!

Disappointment against Rovers
We were held to a goalless draw at Blackburn Rovers on this day last year, with Dirk Kuyt missing several good opportunities, and the home side twice striking the woodwork in the opening period. We went down 3-0 at the same venue eleven years earlier.

A thumping wartime win
Thomas Bennett and Arthur Metcalf bagged a brace each as we thumped Blackpool 6-0 in a Wartime League match at Bloomfield Road on this day in 1917, with Walter Wadsworth and Waine also on the scoresheet.

Lawler for England
Chris Lawler won his first cap for England Under-23's on this day in 1965, while Peter Thompson was making his fourth and final appearance at this level. Tommy Smith also played as England beat France 3-0 in a friendly at Carrow Road.

A Well century
We drew 1-1 at Motherwell's Fir Park in a Centenary Challenge Match on this day in 1986. Scotsman John Wark netted our goal.

Andy a dad again
Andriy Voronin became a father for the second time on this day last year.

On the move
Ex-Academy forward Conal Platt joined Morecambe on loan from Bournemouth two years ago today. He played four times for the Shrimps, and is now turning out in the Conference for Forest Green Rovers.

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Players born on this day:
Neil Mellor (1982)

Players bought or sold on this day:
No transfers found...

Players who made their debuts on this day:
04.11.1975: Brian Kettle against Real Sociedad

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
04.11.1893: Thomas Bradshaw against Newcastle
04.11.1893: Douglas Dick against Newcastle
04.11.1911: John Bovill against Notts County
04.11.1961: Ian Callaghan against Preston
04.11.1970: Phil Boersma against Din. Bucharest
04.11.1975: David Fairclough against Real Sociedad
04.11.1975: Phil Neal against Real Sociedad
04.11.1987: Ray Houghton against Wimbledon
04.11.2000: Christian Ziege against Leeds United

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
04.11.1893 5 - 1 Newcastle Anfield League
04.11.1899 2 - 2 Sheff Utd Anfield League
04.11.1905 3 - 1 Bury Anfield League
04.11.1911 3 - 0 Notts County Anfield League
04.11.1922 4 - 2 Tottenham White Hart Lane League
04.11.1933 2 - 1 Birmingham St Andrews League
04.11.1950 2 - 4 Newcastle Anfield League
04.11.1961 3 - 1 Preston Deepdale League
04.11.1967 1 - 1 Tottenham White Hart Lane League
04.11.1970 1 - 1 Din. Bucharest 23 August Stadium EFC
04.11.1972 3 - 1 Chelsea Anfield League
04.11.1975 6 - 0 Real Sociedad Anfield UEFA
04.11.1978 1 - 1 Leeds United Anfield League
04.11.1981 3 - 2 AZ 67 Alkmaar Anfield EC
04.11.1987 1 - 1 Wimbledon Plough Lane League
04.11.1989 0 - 1 Coventry Anfield League
04.11.1990 3 - 1 Tottenham White Hart Lane League
04.11.1992 0 - 2 Spartak Moscow Anfield ECWC
04.11.1995 1 - 2 Newcastle St James' Park PL
04.11.1997 2 - 0 Strasbourg Anfield UEFA
04.11.2000 3 - 4 Leeds United Elland Road PL
04.11.2001 3 - 1 Man Utd Anfield PL
04.11.2006 2 - 0 Reading Anfield PL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
04.11.1895 1 - 2 Preston Deepdale Testimonial
04.11.1916 3 - 1 Stoke Anfield Lancashire Section Principal Tournament
04.11.1944 3 - 2 Man Utd Anfield Football League Northern Section
04.11.1953 3 - 3 Western Command TA XI Anfield Friendly

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On this day in Liverpool history - 4th November
ImageTuesday, 4th November 2008
Five thousand goals
On this day in 1990, Ian Rush's second goal in our 3-1 win at Tottenham Hotspur was our 5,000th goal in top-flight League football. Peter Beardsley also netted for the reds, having come on in place of John Barnes early in the first half. Bruce Grobbelaar reached a personal milestone in this game, playing for the reds for the 500th time.

We have visited Spurs twice more for First Division matches on this day in history. Harry Chambers bagged a brace with Cyril Gilhespy and Dick Forshaw also on target as we won 4-2 back in 1922, while Roger Hunt struck as we held them to a draw on this day in 1967.

Another milestone for Carra
Jamie Carragher played his 300th League game as a Dirk Kuyt brace was enough to see off Reading at Anfield in our first ever League encounter two years ago today.

Razor sharpened
Ray Houghton notched his first reds goal on this day in 1987, as we drew 1-1 at Wimbledon's Plough Lane.

Cally off the mark
Ian Callaghan struck the first of his 68 reds goals as we won 3-1 at Preston North End in a Second Division match on this day in 1961, with Gordon Milne and Ian St. John also on the scoresheet. We also visited Deepdale back in 1895, when Jimmy Ross netted as we lost a testimonial played for Preston's Bob Holmes 2-1. John Bovill bagged his first reds goals on this day in 1911, striking twice in our 3-0 defeat of Notts County at Anfield. Arthur Goddard was also on the scoresheet.

Happy birthday Gerd
Neil Mellor is 26 today. He struck six times in 22 senior appearances for the reds, before moving to Preston North End in August 2006 for a report £0.5m. He has so far struck just sixteen times in 62 outings for the Lilywhites, and has been an ever present this season.

Kettle's debut
Left-back Brian Kettle made his reds debut on this day in 1975 in our 6-0 UEFA Cup Second Round thumping of Real Sociedad, as we went through 9-1 on aggregate en route to our second triumph in the competition. Ray Kennedy nabbed a brace with John Toshack, David Fairclough, Steve Heighway and Phil Neal all also on the scoresheet, while Kevin Keegan blasted a penalty over the bar.

Thumping the Mancs
A Michael Owen brace and a John Arne Riise belter gave us a 3-1 win over Manchester United seven years ago today, to record our third victory over them that year. We had also hosted them in Wartime League match back in 1944, with Don Welsh netting twice, including a penalty, in a 3-2 victory, as we also benefited from an own goal.

Players of the year
Sami Hyypiä was named Finland's Player of the Year for the sixth time in eight years two years ago today. Three years earlier, John Arne Riise was named the Norwegian PFA Player of the Year, for the second year running.

For King Billy
A plaque in honour of Billy Liddell was unveiled at Anfield four years ago today.

Four against
Eight years ago today, Mark Viduka scored four goals as Leeds United won a 4-3 thriller at Elland Road. Christian Ziege scored his first reds goal, with Sami Hyypiä and Vladimír Šmicer also on target, while Patrik Berger suffered a serious knee injury. This was the first time an opposing player had notched four times against the reds since Jimmy Greaves for Tottenham Hotspur in April 1963.

Off against the Russians again
Mike Marsh was sent off in Spartak Moskva's 2-0 win at Anfield on this day in 1992, as we crashed out of the European Cup Winners' Cup 6-2 on aggregate at the Second Round stage. This followed Bruce Grobbelaar's dismissal in the first leg, and Paul Stewart's in our preceding game to complete an unwelcome treble

A rare strike against
Thirty years ago today, forward John Hawley scored one of only four opposition goals in the League at Anfield that season, as Leeds United left with a point after a 1-1 draw. Terry McDermott was on target for the reds from the spot. Phil Neal had earlier missed a penalty.

An Anfield treble
On this day in 1950, George Robledo scored a hat-trick for Newcastle United as they won 4-2 at Anfield. Our goals came from Jimmy Payne and a Billy Liddell penalty. We also lost at St. James' Park thirteen years ago today, with Ian Rush grabbing our goal in a 2-1 defeat. However, we had thumped them 5-1 at Anfield back in 1893, when Patrick Gordon struck twice with Thomas ‘Tiny' Bradshaw, Douglas Dick and James Stott all also on target in our Second Division meeting, the first time we had ever faced the Geordie outfit.

Also in Europe
We moved into the Third Round of the Fairs Cup on this day in 1970, holding Dinamo Bucureşti to a draw on their own patch to progress 4-1 on aggregate, with our goal coming from substitute Phil Boersma, the first of his thirty reds goals.

Eleven years later, a thrilling night at Anfield ended in a 3-2 defeat of the previous season's losing UEFA Cup Finalists AZ'67 Alkmaar, as we reached the Third Round of the European Cup 5-4 on aggregate. The Dutch champions equalised twice after a Terry McDermott penalty and an Ian Rush strike before Alan Hansen won it with five minutes to go. Alkmaar's second equaliser came from a 25-yard shot from future Nottingham Forest star Johnny Metgod that bounced down from the crossbar and onto Phil Thompson's foot for a bizarre own goal.

We beat Racing Club de Strasbourg 2-0 at Anfield eleven years ago today thanks to a penalty from Robbie Fowler and a late goal from Karlheinz Riedle. This was our hundredth win in Europe, excluding those secured through penalty shoot-outs or coin tosses. However, this was not enough to overcome a three goal first-leg deficit as we went out of the UEFA Cup at the Second Round stage.

Elisha's last
Elisha Scott won his 27th and last cap as a reds player as Northern Ireland were held to a 1-1 draw by Wales in the British International Championships in Belfast on this day in 1933. He went on to win 31 in total, and remains the last red to achieve full international honours with the province.

In and out
Centre-back Mark Seagraves signed for the reds as a professional on this day in 1983. He only made two senior appearances before joining Manchester City in September 1987. Six years ago today, young ex-reds midfielder Neil Prince was released by Torquay United, just three months after arriving at Plainmoor. He had made eight appearances for the Gulls, and then moved into non-League football.

Wilson for England
Future red David Wilson won his seventh and final cap for England Under-23's on this day in 1964, as they beat Wales 3-2 in a friendly at the Racecourse Ground.

Keepers on the move
Paul Harrison joined Wolverhampton Wanderers three years ago today, having been released from Anfield at the end of the previous season. He never made their first team, and is now with League of Wales side The New Saints. Future reds loanee keeper Mark Prudhoe joined Hartlepool United on loan from Sunderland on this day in 1983. He turned out for them three times in the Fourth Division.

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Players born on this day:
Rob Jones (1971)
Berry Nieuwenhuys (1911)

Players bought or sold on this day:
No transfers found...

Players who made their debuts on this day:
05.11.1932: Harold Taylor against Leeds United

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
05.11.1921: Danny Shone against Everton

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
05.11.1892 0 - 3 Blackpool Raikes Hall Gardens LL
05.11.1898 0 - 3 Newcastle St James' Park League
05.11.1904 3 - 0 Blackpool Bloomfield Road League
05.11.1910 2 - 2 Middlesbrough Ayresome Park League
05.11.1921 1 - 1 Everton Goodison Park League
05.11.1927 1 - 1 Cardiff Ninian Park League
05.11.1932 0 - 1 Leeds United Anfield League
05.11.1938 1 - 1 Portsmouth Fratton Park League
05.11.1949 4 - 0 Man City Anfield League
05.11.1955 1 - 2 Swansea Vetch Field League
05.11.1960 4 - 0 Plymouth Home Park League
05.11.1966 4 - 0 Nottm For Anfield League
05.11.1974 0 - 0 Ferencvaros Stadion Ülloi Ut ECWC
05.11.1977 1 - 2 Aston Villa Anfield League
05.11.1980 4 - 0 Aberdeen Anfield EC
05.11.1988 3 - 0 Middlesbrough Anfield League
05.11.1994 1 - 0 Nottm For Anfield PL
05.11.2005 2 - 0 Aston Villa Villa Park PL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
No matches found...

Players born on this day:
No players found...

Players bought or sold on this day:
06.11.1959: Dave Hickson was transferred from Everton.

Players who made their debuts on this day:
06.11.1920: James Penman against Bradford Park Avenue
06.11.2002: Jon Otsemobor against Southampton

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
06.11.1937: John Shafto against Brentford
06.11.1954: Geoff Twentyman against Hull City
06.11.1991: Mike Marsh against Auxerre
06.11.2003: Djimi Traore against Steaua Bucharest

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
06.11.1897 1 - 2 Nottm For Anfield League
06.11.1909 2 - 2 Bury Anfield League
06.11.1920 0 - 1 Bradford Park Avenue Anfield League
06.11.1926 2 - 3 Huddersfield Anfield League
06.11.1937 3 - 4 Brentford Anfield League
06.11.1948 3 - 1 Portsmouth Anfield League
06.11.1954 2 - 1 Hull City Anfield League
06.11.1965 2 - 0 Sheff Wed Hillsborough League
06.11.1971 3 - 2 Arsenal Anfield League
06.11.1973 1 - 2 RS Belgrade Anfield EC
06.11.1976 1 - 0 Sunderland Roker Park League
06.11.1982 5 - 0 Everton Goodison Park League
06.11.1983 3 - 0 Everton Anfield League
06.11.1991 3 - 0 Auxerre Anfield UEFA
06.11.1993 2 - 0 West Ham Anfield PL
06.11.1999 2 - 0 Derby Anfield PL
06.11.2002 3 - 1 Southampton Anfield LC
06.11.2003 1 - 1 Steaua Bucharest Ghencea St. UEFA
06.11.2004 0 - 1 Birmingham Anfield PL
06.11.2007 8 - 0 Besiktas Anfield CL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
06.11.1915 2 - 5 Blackpool Bloomfield Road Lancashire Section Principal Tournament
06.11.1943 1 - 3 Chester Sealand Road Football League Northern Section
06.11.1979 1 - 3 Lille Stade Grimonprez Jooris Friendly

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On this day in Liverpool history - 5th November
ImageWednesday, 5th November 2008
Happy birthdays
1990's full-back Rob Jones is 37 today. The grandson of post-war utility man Bill Jones played 243 times for the reds, without ever getting on the scoresheet, before injury ended his career. He helped us to win the FA Cup and Coca Cola Cup in his eight years at Anfield.

Outside-right Berry Nieuwenhuys was born in Boksburg in the Transvaal in South Africa on this day in 1911. He struck 79 times in 260 reds games, helping us to the League title in 1947. He in fact scored on his 27th birthday as we drew 1-1 at Portsmouth.

300 up for Stevie
Steven Gerrard played his 300th reds game three years ago today, converting a late penalty with Xabi Alonso then also scoring as we won 2-0 at Aston Villa.

First ever defeat
We registered our first ever competitive defeat on this day in 1892 as we lost 3-0 to Blackpool in the Lancashire League at their Raikes Hall Gardens ground. Outside-left Hugh McQueen made his reds bow in this game. We beat the Seasiders by the same scored twelve years later with Robbie Robinson netting a brace and Jack Parkinson also on target at Bloomfield Road. This was the sixth consecutive game in which Robinson had netted, in which time he had struck a total of ten times.

Rushie back in action
Ian Rush scored his first goal since his return from Juventus twenty years ago today as we beat newly promoted Middlesbrough 3-0 at Anfield to remain in fourth spot. John Aldridge and Peter Beardsley were also on target. Sam Bowyer and Arthur Goddard struck as we left Ayresome Park with a top-flight point on this day in 1910.

On the way to Gay Paree
On this day in 1980, we thumped Alex Ferguson's Aberdeen 4-0 at Anfield to progress to the Third Round of the European Cup 5-0 on aggregate. We scored through a Willie Miller own goal, Phil Neal, Kenny Dalglish's header and Alan Hansen. Our next opponents were Bulgarians CSKA Sofia the following March.

Taylor made
Forward Harold Taylor made his reds debut on this day in 1932 as Leeds United struck the only goal of our First Division encounter at Anfield.

A rare defeat
We lost one of just eleven home League games throughout the whole of the 1970's on this day in 1977 when Aston Villa won 2-1, with the reds benefiting from a Frank Carrodus own goal.

Out of Europe
We returned from Hungary with a goalless draw on this day in 1974 after our European Cup Winners' Cup Second Round meeting with Ferencvárosi, with two penalty shouts on Ray Kennedy waved away. Unfortunately, the 1-1 score from the Anfield first leg put us out on the away goals rule.

Shanks the boss
Bill Shankly was appointed Manager of Huddersfield Town on this day in 1956. He led them to 49 wins in 129 League games in charge, but could not get them out of the Second Division. He resigned after three years in the job to take over at Anfield, and the rest is history!

An unhappy millennium
We lost 2-1 at Swansea Town in a Second Division fixture on this day in 1955, with Alan Arnell on target. This was our 1,000th away League game.

Beating Forest twice
We have twice faced Nottingham Forest on this day in history, winning both encounters. Robbie Fowler grabbed the only goal of the game thirteen years ago today. Back in 1966, Roger Hunt struck twice as we triumphed 4-0, with Geoff Strong and Peter Thompson also on target.

Thumping wins
We have twice won League matches 4-0 on this day in history. In 1949, we beat Manchester City in a First Division meeting at Anfield, with Billy Liddell bagging a brace, including a penalty, and Kevin Baron and Ken Brierley on target. Eleven years later, Roger Hunt struck twice as we won a Second Division match at Plymouth Argyle's Home Park, with Alan A'Court and Dave Hickson also on the scoresheet.

Derby spoils shared
Danny Shone netted on this day in 1921 as we left Goodison Park with a point.

Crazy Horse for England
Emlyn Hughes won his first senior cap on this day in 1969, as England beat the Netherlands 1-0 in a friendly in Amsterdam. Clubmate Peter Thompson came off the bench to claim his fifteenth cap.

Hodgson for the League
Gordon Hodgson scored for the Football League on this day in 1930, in their 7-3 defeat of a Scottish League side at White Hart Lane.


On this day in Liverpool history - 6th November
ImageThursday, 6th November 2008
A roasting for the Turks
We secured the record ever victory in the Champions League by any club on this day last year, when we trounced Beşiktaş JK 8-0 at Anfield, with the lead only 2-0 at half time. Yossi Benayoun bagged a hat-trick, with his first strike being our 500th in Europe. Peter Crouch and Ryan Babel netted twice each with Steven Gerrard also on target. Sami Hyypiä played his hundredth club European game, while this was Rafael Benítez's fiftieth Champions League game in charge of the reds.

It was announced on the same day that the construction of the club's new home would begin in the spring after the city council approved revised plans for a 60,000 seater stadium. This has since been delayed once more.

Rush scored one, Rush scored two
On this day in 1982, Ian Rush scored four goals in our 5-0 thumping of Everton at Goodison Park, our record win there. The Blues had debutant Glenn Keeley sent off early on for a professional foul on Kenny Dalglish, while Mark Lawrenson was also on target, his only strike in eighteen derby matches.

Crossing Stanley Park
On this day in 1959, centre-forward Dave Hickson controversially signed for the reds from Everton for £10,500, as he was the Blues' current darling. His arrival added an extra 15,000 to the usual gate as we beat Second Division pace-setters Aston Villa 2-1 at Anfield on his debut, with one supporter running onto the pitch to kiss him on the cheek! He went on to score 38 times in 67 reds games.

He scored one goal
Djimi Traoré scored his only ever reds goal five years ago today in a Romanian mud-bath as we drew 1-1 with Steaua Bucureşti in a UEFA Cup Second Round match.

European firsts
Crvena Zvezda, also known as Red Star Belgrade, beat us 2-1 on this day in 1973, our first ever home defeat in the European Cup, with Kevin Keegan having an effort chalked off despite the ball appearing to have crossed the line. Chris Lawler was on target in both legs, as we went out at the Second Round stage 4-2 on aggregate.

On this day in 1991, we beat Auxerre 3-0 in the UEFA Cup, the only time the reds have overcome a two-goal first leg deficit in European competition in normal play. Jan Mølby set things rolling with a penalty before Mike Marsh bagged his first reds goal to level the tie with a stunning header, with Mark Walters scoring a memorable winner in front of the Kop seven minutes from time. The visitors had Frederic Darras sent off fourteen minutes from time. We also travelled to France in 1979, as we lost a friendly 3-1 at Lille OSC, with Terry McDermott scoring our goal from the spot.

Scully at Anfield
The title sequence of ‘Scully' was filmed at Anfield on this day in 1983, with actor Andrew Schofield running out onto the pitch with the reds, in place of Kenny Dalglish. Ian Rush, Michael Robinson and Steve Nicol's diving header handed us a 3-0 derby win to send us back to the top of the table.

Semi's bow
Jon Otsemobor made his senior reds bow six years ago today in our 3-1 Worthington Cup Third Round victory over Southampton at Anfield, thanks to Patrik Berger's final reds goal and strikes from El-Hadji Diouf and Milan Baroš. Steven Gerrard captained Liverpool for the first time. On the same day, Steve McManaman became the first Englishman to skipper Real Madrid, leading them to a 4-0 Copa del Rey defeat of Oviedo. James Penman played his one and only senior reds game back in 1920, as a replacement for Donald Mackinlay at left-back, as we lost 1-0 at home to Bradford Park Avenue.

Beating the double winners
On this day in 1971, goals from Emlyn Hughes, Ian Callaghan and Ian Ross gave us a 3-2 win over double winners Arsenal at Anfield.

A goalscoring international debut
Reds left-winger Alan A'Court scored his only England goal on his debut on this day in 1957 in their 3-2 defeat by Northern Ireland at Wembley. The game counted for both the British International Championships and as a World Cup Qualifier. Keeper Tommy Younger played for Scotland on the same day.

First goals
Forward John Shafto bagged the first of his three senior reds goals on this day in 1937 as we lost 4-3 at home to Brentford, their only ever Anfield victory in nine attempts. Alf Hanson and Willie Fagan struck our other goals. Seventeen years later, left-half Geoff Twentyman grabbed his first reds goal in our 2-1 Second Division victory over Hull City, with Eric Anderson also on target.

Tom on the move
Scottish international right-half Tom Morrison was sold to Sunderland on this day in 1935 after 254 reds games. He helped them to claim the League title in his first season on Wearside.

Nicol in charge
Six years ago today, Steve Nicol was appointed permanent head coach of New England Revolution.

An unlucky break
Nine years ago today, Derby County's Stefano Eranio suffered a broken leg after a tackle from Sami Hyypiä as we won 2-0 at Anfield with goals from Danny Murphy and Jamie Redknapp.

Uncle Roy tries out
Future reds left-back and Manager Roy Evans attended the Lancashire Schools County Trials on this day in 1962.

Prudhoe on the move again
Future reds loanee keeper Mark Prudhoe joined Third Division Bristol City on loan from Walsall on this day in 1987. He only made three appearances for the Robins.

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Players born on this day:
John Barnes (1963)
Don Woan (1927)

Players bought or sold on this day:
No transfers found...

Players who made their debuts on this day:
07.11.1903: Alf West against Notts County
07.11.1908: Bertram Goode against Bristol City
07.11.1959: Dave Hickson against Aston Villa
07.11.1964: Geoff Strong against Fulham

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
07.11.1903: John Hughes against Notts County
07.11.1959: Dave Hickson against Aston Villa

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
07.11.1896 3 - 0 Sunderland Anfield League
07.11.1903 2 - 1 Notts County Anfield League
07.11.1908 0 - 1 Bristol City Ashton Gate League
07.11.1914 0 - 0 Newcastle St James' Park League
07.11.1931 4 - 2 Blackburn Anfield League
07.11.1936 1 - 3 Preston Deepdale League
07.11.1953 2 - 2 Man City Anfield League
07.11.1959 2 - 1 Aston Villa Anfield League
07.11.1964 1 - 1 Fulham Craven Cottage League
07.11.1967 8 - 0 TSV Munich Anfield EFC
07.11.1970 0 - 0 Derby Baseball Ground League
07.11.1972 3 - 1 AEK Athens Nikos Goumas St. UEFA
07.11.1981 3 - 1 Everton Anfield League
07.11.1984 0 - 1 Benfica Estadio da Luz EC
07.11.1992 4 - 1 Middlesbrough Anfield PL
07.11.1998 1 - 2 Derby Anfield PL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
07.11.1942 4 - 2 Chester Anfield Football League Northern Section

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On this day in Liverpool history - 7th November
ImageFriday, 7th November 2008
Happy birthday Digger
John Barnes is 45 today. He signed from Watford for £900,000 in June 1987, a transfer that had been heavily trailed for at least six months. Kopites were not disappointed by his performances once he had arrived, as he helped us to two League titles, FA Cup, League Cup and two FA Charity Shields during an Anfield career in which he scored 108 goals in 407 appearances. He was also twice voted Football Writers' Player Of The Year, as well as once by his fellow players.

Anfield goalscoring feats
Ian Rush scored his 200th League goal, including fourteen for Chester, on this day in 1992. Jimmy Phillips scored the first Premier League penalty against the reds as we beat Middlesbrough 4-1. Ronnie Rosenthal bagged a brace, with Steve McManaman also on target. Inside-left Davy Hannah bagged a top-flight treble on this day in 1896 as we beat Sunderland 3-0.

Gloves off
Pre-war reds custodian Ned Doig died from Spanish flu on this day in 1919. He made 53 reds appearances after signing from Sunderland for £150 in August 1904, helping us to the Second Division title in his first season, and played on until 1908, finishing as our oldest ever player aged 41 years and 165 days.

Eight years ago today, Brad Friedel signed for Blackburn Rovers on a free transfer, after making just 31 reds appearances in three years at Anfield. Three years before that, reserves keeper Tony Warner joined Swindon Town on loan, where he made three first-team appearances.

Making their bow
On this day in 1959, Dave Hickson scored both goals on his reds debut, the day after his controversial move across Stanley Park, as we beat Second Division pace-setters Aston Villa 2-1. His arrival added an extra 15,000 to the usual gate, with one supporter running onto the pitch to kiss him on the cheek!

Five years later, Geoff Strong made his reds bow in our 1-1 top-flight draw at Fulham. Ian Callaghan netted our goal. Right-back Alf West made his reds bow back in 1903, as we beat Notts County 2-1 in another First Division fixture at Anfield thanks to goals from John Hughes and a Thomas Prescott own goal.

King Kenny dismissed
On this day in 1984, Kenny Dalglish and SL Benfica's Minervino Pietra were sent off after a scuffle as we lost 1-0 in the Estádio da Luz with Bruce Grobbelaar conceding an early penalty, although we progressed to the Third Round of the European Cup 3-2 on aggregate.

Also in Europe
We trounced German high-fliers TSV 1860 München 8-0 in a Fairs Cup Second Round tie at Anfield on this day in 1967 with Roger Hunt and Ian Callaghan both netting twice. The other goals came from a Tommy Smith penalty, Ian St. John, Tony Hateley and Peter Thompson. Five years later, Emlyn Hughes bagged a brace as we won 3-1 at AEK Athens although he handled to give away the penalty that the Greeks scored from. Phil Boersma added the final goal, one of four he scored in that season's victorious UEFA Cup campaign.

Derby joy
Kenny Dalglish bagged a brace in the space of six minutes with Ian Rush also striking as we beat Gordon Lee's Everton 3-1 at Anfield on this day in 1981. The Blues had Eamonn O'Keefe dismissed.

Derby disappointment
Jamie Redknapp grabbed our consolation as we lost 2-1 at home to Derby County exactly a decade ago. We had also faced the Rams back in 1970 when we held them to a goalless draw at the Baseball Ground.

Sami's first cap
Myllykosken Pallo-47's Sami Hyypiä won his first full international cap on this day in 1992, as Finland drew 1-1 in a friendly in Tunisia. His clubmate Jari Litmanen also played, winning his 23rd cap.

Harry for the League
Forward Harry Bradshaw represented the Football League on this day in 1896, as they beat an Irish League side 2-0.

Done it again
Cyril Done scored in his eighth consecutive game on this day in 1942, as the reds beat Chester 4-2 in a Wartime League fixture at Anfield. Willie Fagan, Jack Balmer and Billy Liddell also netted.

Tosh the boss
John Toshack was appointed Manager of Italian Serie B side Catania six years ago today. He stayed in the job for less than three months before resigning.

Dicks by the seaside
Julian Dicks signed for non-League Canvey Island seven years ago today, helping them to reach the FA Cup Third Round.

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Players born on this day:
Mark Prudhoe (1963)
Bernard Ramsden (1917)
John Shafto (1918)

Players bought or sold on this day:
No transfers found...

Players who made their debuts on this day:
08.11.1924: John Jones against Preston

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
08.11.1947: Kevin Baron against Grimsby Town

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
08.11.1902 2 - 1 Newcastle St James' Park League
08.11.1913 1 - 1 Burnley Anfield League
08.11.1919 2 - 1 Bradford Park Avenue Park Avenue League
08.11.1924 3 - 1 Preston Anfield League
08.11.1930 2 - 2 Derby Baseball Ground League
08.11.1947 3 - 1 Grimsby Town Anfield League
08.11.1952 2 - 3 Charlton The Valley League
08.11.1958 3 - 0 Leyton Orient Anfield League
08.11.1969 0 - 0 Wolves Anfield League
08.11.1975 3 - 1 Man Utd Anfield League
08.11.1980 0 - 0 Nottm For Anfield League
08.11.1983 1 - 1 Fulham Craven Cottage LC
08.11.1986 3 - 1 QPR Loftus Road League
08.11.1997 4 - 0 Tottenham Anfield PL
08.11.2006 1 - 0 Birmingham St Andrews LC

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
08.11.1941 4 - 3 Chester Sealand Road Football League Northern Section

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On this day in Liverpool history - 8th November
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Kevin off the mark
Grimsby Town lost 3-1 at Anfield in a top-flight encounter on this day in 1947 with Kevin Baron notching his first reds goal, and Albert Stubbins and Bob Priday also on the scoresheet.

Zico the boss
Phil Neal was appointed Manager of First Division Manchester City twelve years ago today. He was in charge for less than two months, leading them to just two wins in his ten games in charge, before being replaced by ex-Nottingham Forest boss Frank Clark.

Hitting Spurs for four
Goals from Steve McManaman, Øyvind Leonhardsen, Jamie Redknapp and substitute Michael Owen gave us a 4-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield eleven years ago today. Beleaguered Spurs boss Gerry Francis was greeted with chants of "we want our Tottenham back".

In fact, we have only lost one of our fourteen first-class games on this day over the years, 3-2 at Charlton Athletic in 1952, with our goals coming from Bryan Williams and outside-left Ken Brierley, who was scoring for the eighth and last time.

Beating the Mancs
We saw off Manchester United 3-1 on this day in 1975, thanks to goals from Steve Heighway and strike partners John Toshack and Kevin Keegan. The Anny Road end was separated by a metal divide for this game to give away fans their own section, following trouble at a previous match with United. One of the club's senior directors said that their fans had achieved something Hitler's bombers had failed to do - change Anfield.

Other Anfield wins
We have also seen off Leyton Orient and Preston North End in L4 on this day over the years. We beat the Lilywhites 3-1 on this day in 1924 thanks to a brace from Dick Forshaw and an Archie Rawlings strike. Orient were beaten 3-0 in a Second Division meeting exactly half a century ago, with Geoff Twentyman, Louis Bimpson and Jimmy Melia on target.

Moving towards another trophy
We were held to a 1-1 League Cup draw at Fulham on this day in 1983. Ian Rush netted our goal, and it took us until a second replay to finally reach the Fourth Round.

Bells foiled
Struggling striker Craig Bellamy had a weak penalty saved as we won a League Cup Fourth Round tie at Birmingham City two years ago today, with Daniel Agger grabbing the only goal of the game. Unfortunately, the night was marred by a shoulder injury suffered by Momo Sissoko.

Future reds on the move
On this day in 1983, future reds keeper Mike Hooper signed for his hometown club Bristol City on a free transfer from non-League Mangotsfield. He only made three first-team appearances in three seasons at Ashton Gate, moving on to Wrexham in July 1985. Øyvind Leonhardsen joined Wimbledon from Rosenborg BK for £650,000 fourteen years ago today. He had struck twenty times in 63 League games for the perpetual Norwegian champions, and spent three successful seasons with Wimbledon before joining the reds.

The Saint strikes
Ian St. John bagged a brace on his tenth full international appearance as Scotland beat Wales 2-0 at Hampden Park in the British International Championships on this day in 1961.

Happy birthdays
Left-back Bernie Ramsden was born in Sheffield on this day in 1917. He arrived on a free transfer from Sheffield Victoria in March 1935, and helped us to claim the first post-war League title in 1947, making a total of 66 first-team appearances without notching. He moved on to Sunderland in March 1948.

Former reds loanee keeper Mark Prudhoe is 45 today. He joined Southend United on a free transfer from Bradford City on his 36th birthday. He remained at Roots Hall for a year, making just six appearances before being released.

Abel return
Abel Xavier re-signed for Middlesbrough two years ago today. He was sacked by them ten months earlier after being found guilty of breaching UEFA's anti-doping regulations. He played twenty times in this second spell, before joining LA Galaxy in May 2007.

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Players born on this day:
Jimmy Carter (1965)
Bill Murray (1904)

Players bought or sold on this day:
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Players who made their debuts on this day:
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Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
09.11.1895: Tom Wilkie against Leicester
09.11.1976: Joey Jones against Leicester

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
09.11.1895 3 - 1 Leicester Anfield League
09.11.1901 4 - 1 Wolves Anfield League
09.11.1907 6 - 0 Notts County Anfield League
09.11.1912 4 - 3 Middlesbrough Ayresome Park League
09.11.1929 3 - 0 Bolton Anfield League
09.11.1935 3 - 2 Aston Villa Anfield League
09.11.1946 3 - 0 Portsmouth Anfield League
09.11.1957 4 - 0 Notts County Anfield League
09.11.1963 2 - 1 Bolton Burnden Park League
09.11.1966 2 - 0 Burnley Anfield League
09.11.1968 2 - 1 Chelsea Anfield League
09.11.1974 1 - 3 Arsenal Anfield League
09.11.1976 5 - 1 Leicester Anfield League
09.11.1985 3 - 0 Coventry Highfield Road League
09.11.1988 0 - 0 Arsenal Highbury LC
09.11.1994 3 - 1 Chelsea Anfield PL
09.11.2000 3 - 2 Slovan Liberec U Nisy Stadium UEFA
09.11.2002 0 - 1 Middlesbrough Riverside PL
09.11.2003 1 - 2 Man Utd Anfield PL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
09.11.1918 4 - 0 Port Vale Anfield Lancashire Section Principal Tournament
09.11.1940 1 - 5 Man City Maine Road North Regional League

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On this day in Liverpool history - 9th November
ImageSunday, 9th November 2008
Farewell Crazy Horse
Red legend Emlyn Hughes died four years ago today, aged 57. ‘Crazy Horse' played 665 times in his twelve years at Anfield, netting 49 times and winning two European Cups, four League titles, two UEFA Cups, FA Cup, UEFA Super Cup and two FA Charity Shields. His greatest season was probably 1976/77 when he captained the side to within a whisker of a unique treble, as well as being voted the Football Writers' Player of the Year.

Zico's farewell
Phil Neal played his 650th and final reds game on this day in 1985, coming on for Steve McMahon as we won a First Division match 3-0 at Coventry City. Jim Beglin bagged his third and final reds goal, with Paul Walsh and Ian Rush also netting that day.

Anfield trebles galore
Forward Joe Hewitt scored a hat-trick on this day in 1907 as we trounced Notts County 6-0, with William McPherson, Charlie Hewitt and Robert Robinson also on target. We also thumped them exactly half a century later, this time a division lower, with Jimmy Melia, Alan A'Court, Billy Liddell and Tony Rowley netting in a 4-0 win.

Jack Balmer bagged a treble in our 3-0 win over Portsmouth on this day in 1946, the first of three hat-tricks he netted in consecutive games. Seventeen years earlier, Henry Race scored all three goals in our defeat of Bolton Wanderers in another top-flight match. We also beat the Trotters in 1963, with Roger Hunt and Ian Callaghan on target in our 2-1 win at Burnden Park.

Lawro gets the boot
Mark Lawrenson was sacked as Manager of basement club Peterborough United eighteen years ago today, after thirteen months in charge. He was replaced by Dave Booth, who immediately led them to promotion.

Happy birthday Jimmy
Short-lived reds winger Jimmy Carter is 43 today. He spent just nine months at Anfield after signing from Millwall for £800,000, making only eight appearances before leaving for Arsenal at a loss of £300,000.

Left off the mark
Joey Jones grabbed his first reds goal as we beat Leicester City 5-1 in a First Division match at Anfield on this day in 1976, with Steve Heighway and John Toshack on the scoresheet, and Phil Neal and Kevin Keegan both converting penalties. Another left-back also struck his first reds goal on this day in history, with Tom Wilkie on target in a 3-1 defeat of Leicester Fosse in a Second Division fixture at Anfield in 1895. Fred Geary added a brace.

Brucie besmirched
A certain national rag printed allegations fourteen years ago today that Bruce Grobbelaar had accepted bribes to throw games. He eventually successfully sued.

An Arsenal treble
Arsenal won for the third consecutive League season at Anfield on this day in 1974, this time 3-1. Ex-Gunner Ray Kennedy netted our consolation as they completed three of just eleven home League defeats we suffered throughout the whole of the 1970's. We also faced the Gunners twenty years ago today, holding them to a goalless draw in a League Cup Third Round replay at Highbury.

Larry fought the law
On this day in 1972, Larry Lloyd became the first player to fight a ban before the newly formed independent disciplinary tribunal. He was appealing his dismissal in the 2-0 win over Manchester City back in August.

200 for Ged
We conceded our 200th goal under Gérard Houllier's sole charge six years ago today, as Jerzy Dudek dropped the ball at Middlesbrough to enable Gareth Southgate to score. This began our atrocious run that winter. We had also faced Boro exactly ninety years earlier, with Arthur Metcalf netting a brace in our 4-3 win at Ayresome Park. Tom Miller and Jack Parkinson were also on target.

Disappointment against the Mancs
Manchester United won 2-1 at Anfield five years ago today, with Harry Kewell bagging our consolation following a Ryan Giggs brace.

Beating the Blues
We beat Chelsea 3-1 at Anfield fourteen years ago today with Neil Ruddock adding to a Robbie Fowler brace. We also beat them in a home top-flight fixture forty years ago today as Ian Callaghan netted in a 2-1 win, with Tommy Smith scoring from the spot.

A European win
We won 3-2 at Slovan Liberec eight years ago today, to reach the Third Round of the UEFA Cup 4-2 on aggregate. Nick Barmby, Emile Heskey and Michael Owen were on target, with Heskey also striking an upright.

Deano for Wales again
Ex-red Dean Saunders struck in his third consecutive game for Wales twelve years ago today as they were thumped 7-1 by the Netherlands in a World Cup qualifier in Eindhoven. Future reds Markus Babbel and Paul Ince were both also in World Cup action that day.

French on target
Djibril Cissé scored in France's 3-2 friendly defeat of Costa Rica in Martinique three years ago today, with ex-red Alou Diarra also in the side, while Nicolas Anelka won his first cap as a Fenerbahçe SK player, bagging his only goal while playing in Turkey.

Another thumping win
We beat Port Vale 4-0 in a home Wartime League meeting ninety years ago today thanks to goals from Green, Thomas Bennett and a Harold Wadsworth brace.

Defenders off to Prenton Park
Nine years ago today, ex-red Gareth Roberts joined Tranmere Rovers from Greek side Panionos on a free transfer. He played 337 times for Rovers, moving on to League One outfit Doncaster Rovers in July 2006. Exactly two years later, Alan Navarro joined Tranmere Rovers on loan. He struck twice in four games before signing permanently the following January. He has also since moved on, and is currently with League One side MK Dons.

Sean's high
Academy midfielder Sean Highdale won his first cap for England Under-16's two years ago today as they beat Northern Ireland 3-0 in a Victory Shield game in Ballymena.

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Players born on this day:
Patrik Berger (1973)

Players bought or sold on this day:
10.11.1955: Dick White was transferred from Scunthorpe.
10.11.1971: Tommy Lawrence was transferred to Tranmere.

Players who made their debuts on this day:
10.11.1894: David Hannah against Stoke
10.11.1894: John McLean against Stoke
10.11.1951: Brian Jackson against Bolton
10.11.1984: Jim Beglin against Southampton

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
10.11.1928: Bill Salisbury against Portsmouth
10.11.1951: Brian Jackson against Bolton

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
10.11.1894 1 - 3 Stoke Victoria Ground League
10.11.1900 5 - 1 Aston Villa Anfield League
10.11.1906 6 - 1 Preston Anfield League
10.11.1923 1 - 3 Huddersfield Leeds Road League
10.11.1928 1 - 0 Portsmouth Fratton Park League
10.11.1934 0 - 8 Huddersfield Leeds Road League
10.11.1951 1 - 1 Bolton Anfield League
10.11.1956 2 - 2 Rotherham United Millmoor League
10.11.1962 3 - 3 Man Utd Old Trafford League
10.11.1973 1 - 0 Wolves Anfield League
10.11.1979 4 - 1 Brighton Goldst. Ground League
10.11.1981 4 - 1 Middlesbrough Anfield LC
10.11.1984 1 - 1 Southampton Anfield League
10.11.1990 4 - 0 Luton Anfield League
10.11.1998 1 - 3 Tottenham Anfield LC
10.11.2004 2 - 0 Middlesbrough Anfield LC
10.11.2007 2 - 0 Fulham Anfield PL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
10.11.1917 2 - 0 Man City Anfield Lancashire Section Principal Tournament
10.11.1945 2 - 6 Newcastle St James' Park Football League Northern Section
10.11.1954 4 - 4 Western Command TA XI Anfield

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On this day in Liverpool history - 10th November
ImageMonday, 10th November 2008
Happy birthday Paddy
Patrik Berger is 35 today. He struck 35 times in 196 reds games after his £3.25m capture from Borussia Dortmund following a successful Euro ‘96 with the Czech Republic. However, he was later dogged by persistent knee trouble, and allowed to join Premiership new-boys Portsmouth on a free transfer in June 2003. He is now playing back in his homeland for Sparta Praha.

Rafa's double century
Rafael Benítez took charge of the reds for the 200th time on this day last year 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.

League Cup ends
Roy Evans took charge, jointly, of his last ever game as reds boss exactly a decade ago 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.

On this day in 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. We also entertained Boro in a League Cup fixture four years ago today, 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
Jim Beglin made his reds bow on this day in 1984, as we were held 1-1 by Southampton, with Ian Rush netting our goal. Outside-right Brian Jackson scored on his debut in 1951 as we drew another top-flight match 1-1 with Bolton Wanderers.

King Kenny's international bow
Celtic's Kenny Dalglish made his Scotland debut on this day in 1971, 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.

Tommy departs
Reds keeper Tommy Lawrence moved over the water on this day in 1971 to join Tranmere Rovers. The ‘flying pig' had kept goal on 390 occasions since signing on as a professional back in October 1957, helping us to claim two League titles, the FA Charity Shield and the club's first ever FA Cup.

An away debut
Inside-left Davy Hannah debuted in our 3-1 defeat at Stoke on this day in 1894, with Neil Kerr grabbing our consolation.

Ton up Gary
Gary Ablett played his hundredth reds game on this day in 1990 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.

Despair at Leeds Road
We have lost twice at Huddersfield Town in First Division meetings on this day in history. We were thumped 8-0 back in 1934, our second biggest ever defeat. We had lost 3-1 to the reigning champions eleven years earlier, with Harry Chambers netting our goal.

Thumping wins
We twice secured convincing First Division wins at Anfield at the beginning of the last century. In 1900, John Walker and Sam Raybould each netted twice as we beat Aston Villa 5-1, with Andy McGuigan also scoring. Six years later, Raybould again bagged a brace as Preston North End lost 6-1, with Bill McPherson and Alex Raisbeck also striking twice.

Spud's international debut
Seven years ago today, 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, 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.

First Irish caps
Mark Lawrenson won his 39th and final cap for the Republic of Ireland on this day in 1987, 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.

Jason McAteer won his first cap as a Sunderland player, and 44th in total, seven years ago today 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
Ian St. John and Jimmy Melia struck as we shared the points with Manchester United at Old Trafford on this day in 1962, with Ronnie Moran netting a late penalty.

Cox for the League
Reds winger Jack Cox played for the Football League on this day in 1900, as they beat an Irish League side 4-2 in Belfast.

Clough for England
Nigel Clough netted his first England Under-21's goal on this day in 1987 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.

A final cap
Stéphane Henchoz won his last cap as a Hamburger SV player twelve years ago today 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.

Also on the move
Ex-reserves forward Sean Friars signed for Carlisle United from Ipswich Town on a monthly contract seven years ago today. He only made one senior appearance for the Blues. Former second string keeper Ian Dunbavin joined Scarborough on loan from Halifax Town three years ago today. He played fourteen Conference games for them, and is now playing for Accrington Stanley in League Two.

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Players bought or sold on this day:
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Matches that were played on this day:
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Date Result Against Stadium Competition
11.11.1893 1 - 1 Walsall West Bromwich Road League
11.11.1899 1 - 1 Newcastle St James' Park League
11.11.1905 5 - 1 Middlesbrough Ayresome Park League
11.11.1911 0 - 2 Tottenham White Hart Lane League
11.11.1922 0 - 0 Tottenham Anfield League
11.11.1933 4 - 3 Leeds United Anfield League
11.11.1950 2 - 2 Huddersfield Leeds Road League
11.11.1961 1 - 1 Luton Anfield League
11.11.1967 1 - 2 Man Utd Anfield League
11.11.1972 0 - 2 Man Utd Old Trafford League
11.11.1978 3 - 1 QPR Loftus Road League
11.11.1980 2 - 1 Coventry Anfield League
11.11.1982 1 - 0 Rotherham United Anfield LC
11.11.1989 2 - 3 QPR Loftus Road League
11.11.1992 3 - 0 Sheff Utd Anfield LC

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
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Date Result Against Stadium Competition
11.11.1895 5 - 1 Irish Internationals Anfield Friendly
11.11.1916 3 - 1 Southport Central Haig Avenue Lancashire Section Principal Tournament
11.11.1936 4 - 0 Gradjanski Anfield Friendly
11.11.1939 3 - 1 Tranmere Prenton Park Western Division
11.11.1944 5 - 2 Man Utd Maine Road Football League Northern Section

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On this day in Liverpool history - 11th November
ImageTuesday, 11th November 2008
Joe's treble
Forward Joe Hewitt scored his first reds hat-trick on this day in 1905, as we won 5-1 at Middlesbrough. Inside-forward John Carlin added a brace.

Most recently
Our most recent game on this day was played in 1992, when we beat Sheffield United 3-0 at Anfield in a League Cup Third Round replay, thanks to a Steve McManaman brace and a Mike Marsh penalty. In fact our record on this day is very poor, as we have won just six of our sixteen fixtures.

Crazy horse stabled
Second Division Rotherham United lost a Third Round League Cup tie at Anfield on this day in 1982 under the management of Emlyn Hughes, with Craig Johnston bagging the game's only goal.

European defeat
We lost 1-0 in the first leg of our Fairs Cup Second Round tie on this day in 1969 to Portuguese side Vitoria Setubal. We won the second leg 3-2, but went out on the away goals rule.

SteG still a red
Steven Gerrard signed a new contract five years ago today to keep him at Anfield until 2007. He remains a red, signing another new contract in June 2007 that ties him to the club until 2011.

England reds on target
John Barnes and Peter Beardsley both scored in England's 4-1 European Championships qualifying win in Yugoslavia on this day in 1987. Gary Gillespie, Steve Nicol and ex-red Ian Rush all also featured in qualifiers on the same day.

Mixed fortunes against Rangers
We have twice faced Queens Park Rangers in First Division matches at Loftus Road on this day in history. We won 3-1 thirty years ago today, thanks to goals from Steve Heighway, Ray Kennedy and David Johnson. However, we lost there 3-2 eleven years later, with John Barnes netting a brace for the reds, including one from the spot.

RIP Jack
Turn-of-the-century winger Jack Cox died in Walton-on-Thames in Surrey on this day in 1955. He signed from Blackpool in February 1898 and struck 81 times in 361 reds games, helping us to two League titles and the Second Division championship in his nine years at Anfield.

Disappointment against the Cockerels
We twice played Tottenham Hotspur in the top flight on this day in the early part of the last century, without scoring a goal. We were beaten 2-0 at White Hart Lane in 1911, and were held to a goalless draw at Anfield eleven years later.

Brucie in charge
Bruce Grobbelaar was appointed Manager of South African side Umtata Bush Bucks four years ago today. He only spent four months there before resigning.

Mixed fortunes against the Mancs
We have twice lost to Manchester United on this day in history. We went down 2-1 at Anfield in 1967, with Roger Hunt grabbing our consolation. Five years later, we lost another top-flight meeting 2-0 at Old Trafford. However, future reds boss Don Welsh scored a hat-trick as we beat United 5-2 in a Wartime League game at Maine Road on this day in 1944, with Willie Fagan and Billy Liddell also netting.

Quasi on the move
Peter Beardsley signed for Fulham from Bolton Wanderers on a free transfer exactly a decade ago, following two loan spells at Craven Cottage that year. He racked up a total of 28 appearances for them, scoring seven times.

Beating the Irish
The reds thumped an Irish Internationals side 5-1 at Anfield on this day in 1894. Frank Becton bagged a brace with Thomas ‘Tiny' Bradshaw, Fred Geary and Jimmy Ross all also on the scoresheet.

Final caps
Dean Saunders won his last cap as a Nottingham Forest player eleven years ago today, his 61st in total, as Wales lost 3-0 to Brazil in a friendly in Brasilia. Future reds loanee keeper Paul Jones also featured. Four years later, Nicolas Anelka won his 27th cap as a substitute in France's 1-1 draw with Australia in Melbourne, his final appearance while with Paris St. Germain.

Tony on target
Anthony Le Tallec scored for France Under-21's past Scott Carson in a 1-1 draw with England in the first leg of their European Championships play-off at White Hart Lane three years ago today. A crowd of 34,494 were at the game, a record for an England Under-21 international.

Steven on the move
Former reserves forward Steven Gillespie rejoined Cheltenham Town on loan from Bristol City three years ago today. He eventually signed for them permanently in January 2006, and grabbed 28 goals in 83 games for them before moving on to Colchester United in July for £400,000.

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Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
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Matches that were played on this day:
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Date Result Against Stadium Competition
12.11.1892 4 - 1 Fleetwood Rangers Unknown LL
12.11.1898 3 - 1 Preston Anfield League
12.11.1904 2 - 1 Port Vale Athletic Ground League
12.11.1910 3 - 0 Preston Anfield League
12.11.1921 1 - 1 Everton Anfield League
12.11.1924 2 - 3 Huddersfield Anfield League
12.11.1927 5 - 2 Sheff Wed Anfield League
12.11.1932 2 - 2 Blackburn Ewood Park League
12.11.1938 2 - 2 Arsenal Anfield League
12.11.1949 3 - 1 Charlton The Valley League
12.11.1955 2 - 1 Notts County Anfield League
12.11.1960 2 - 1 Norwich Anfield League
12.11.1966 2 - 0 Newcastle St James' Park League
12.11.1969 0 - 1 Vitoria Setubal Estadio Bonfim EFC
12.11.1974 0 - 1 Middlesbrough Anfield LC
12.11.1977 0 - 2 QPR Loftus Road League
12.11.1983 2 - 2 Tottenham White Hart Lane League
12.11.1988 1 - 1 Millwall Anfield League
12.11.2000 4 - 1 Coventry Anfield PL
12.11.2002 3 - 3 Basel Saint Jakob St. CL
12.11.2006 0 - 3 Arsenal Emirates Stadium PL

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On this day in Liverpool history - 12th November
ImageWednesday, 12th November 2008
Ged in charge
Gérard Houllier took over as sole Manager exactly a decade ago, with Roy Evans leaving after four years in the hot-seat. Uncle Roy's only trophy in charge had been the Coca Cola Cup in 1995, although he led us to four consecutive top four finishes in the League. Ged went on to lead us to the UEFA Cup, FA Cup, two League Cups, UEFA Super Cup and FA Charity Shield before departing in the summer of 2004.

Kenny bows out
Kenny Dalglish won his 102nd and final Scotland cap on this day in 1986, as they beat Luxembourg 3-0 in a Euro '88 qualifier at Hampden Park. Alan Hansen won his 25th cap in the same game, while Jan Mølby and future reds Peter Beardsley and Mark Wright also played in qualifiers that day.

Striking against their old club
Eight years ago today, Gary McAllister opened the scoring with his first reds goal, against his former club, as we beat Coventry City 4-1 at Anfield, added to by an Emile Heskey brace and a Steven Gerrard strike. Ex-red David Thompson scored City's blistering consolation, while future red Chris Kirkland was in the Sky Blues' goal.

Previously against Spurs
We were held to a 2-2 top-flight draw at White Hart Lane on this day in 1983, with Michael Robinson and Ian Rush on target.

Swiss-rolled over
Six years ago today, we drew 3-3 at Basel to crash out of the Champions League at the first group stage. The reds had gone in at the half-time break 3-0 down, but had fought back with goals from Danny Murphy, Vladimír Šmicer and Michael Owen, although it was not quite enough.

Tom's treble
Tom Reid bagged a hat-trick in our 5-2 top-flight win over The Wednesday at Anfield on this day in 1927, with Gordon Hodgson adding a brace.

Beating PNE
We have twice beaten Preston North End in First Division meetings at Anfield on this day in history. Hugh Morgan netted twice as we won 3-1 in 1898, with George Allan also on the scoresheet. Ronald Orr, Jack Parkinson and Sam Bowyer were all on target as we won 3-0 twelve years later.

Derby spoils shared
Dick Forshaw struck as Everton held us to a draw at Anfield on this day in 1921.

Knocked out
Our first League Cup encounter with Middlesbrough ended in a 1-0 defeat in the Fourth Round at Anfield on this day in 1974, with Willie Madden netting in injury time, shortly after Alec Lindsay had his penalty saved by keeper Jim Platt. This came after we had seen off basement side Brentford and Second Division Bristol City.

Tosh the boss again
John Toshack was appointed Manager of Wales for the second time four years ago today. He has so far led them to sixteen victories in 39 games in charge.

Final caps
Jim Beglin won his fifteenth and final cap for the Republic of Ireland on this day in 1986 as they lost 1-0 in a friendly in Poland. John Aldridge was making his seventh and final appearances as an Oxford United player, while future red Ray Houghton and ex-red Kevin Sheedy both also played.

Up against the Gunners
We met Arsenal at Anfield seventy years ago today, with Berry Nieuwenhuys grabbing a brace in a 2-2 top-flight draw. We made our first trip to the Emirates Stadium two years ago, continuing our away day blues by being well beaten, 3-0. Peter Crouch played his 200th club League game.

Stan on loan
Young Irish defender Steve Staunton went to Bradford City on loan on this day in 1987. He played eleven times for the Bantams, as they narrowly missed out on promotion to the top flight.

Dudek for the Pope
Jerzy Dudek played for Poland five years ago today as they beat Italy 3-1 in a friendly match played in Warsaw to commemorate Pope John Paul II's silver jubilee.

Luis for his country
Luis García bagged a treble three years ago today, his first goals for his country, with Fernando Morientes also on target as Spain thumped future red Martin Škrtel's Slovakia 5-1 in a World Cup play-off in Madrid. His hat-trick consisted of a header, right-foot and left-foot strikes. The other Spanish goal came from future red Fernando Torres who was on target in his third consecutive international. Ex-red Michael Owen grabbed a brace in England's 3-2 friendly defeat of Argentina in Geneva, with Peter Crouch changing the game as a substitute and Steven Gerrard also featuring.

Vladimír Šmicer was also on target for his country against John Arne Riise's Norway as the Czech Republic won the first leg of their World Cup play-off 1-0 in Oslo. Another ex-red also struck in Helsinki, as Daniel Sjölund netted in Finland's 2-2 friendly draw with Estonia, his first senior goal for his country. Meanwhile, Jan Kromkamp won his final cap as a Villarreal player, and eighth to date, as the Netherlands were beaten 3-1 by Italy in a friendly at the Amsterdam ArenA, with future red Ryan Babel on target. Xabi Alonso, Djibril Cissé, Harry Kewell, future reds Philipp Degen and Dirk Kuyt, and ex-reds Nicolas Anelka, Milan Baroš and Alou Diarra also played for their countries on that day.

Wilkie for Scotland
Reds youngster Ryan Wilkie made his debut for Scotland Under-18's five years ago today as they lost a friendly 1-0 to Germany in Herzlake.

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Players bought or sold on this day:
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Matches that were played on this day:
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Date Result Against Stadium Competition
13.11.1897 1 - 2 WBA Stoney Lane League
13.11.1909 0 - 1 Tottenham White Hart Lane League
13.11.1920 3 - 1 Bradford Park Avenue Park Avenue League
13.11.1926 1 - 2 Sunderland Roker Park League
13.11.1937 3 - 1 Man City Maine Road League
13.11.1948 4 - 2 Man City Maine Road League
13.11.1954 2 - 3 Luton Kenilworth Road League
13.11.1965 5 - 0 Northampton Anfield League
13.11.1971 0 - 1 Everton Goodison Park League
13.11.1982 4 - 0 Coventry Anfield League
13.11.1996 4 - 1 Charlton Anfield LC
13.11.2004 3 - 2 Crystal Palace Anfield PL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
13.11.1915 4 - 2 Southport Central Anfield Lancashire Section Principal Tournament
13.11.1943 9 - 0 Chester Anfield Football League Northern Section
13.11.1957 3 - 3 Hibernian Anfield Friendly
13.11.1981 1 - 0 Irish International XI Tolka Park Friendly

Players born on this day:
Avi Cohen (1956)
Philip Ferns (1937)

Players bought or sold on this day:
14.11.1974: Peter Spiring was transferred to Luton.

Players who made their debuts on this day:
14.11.1914: Charles Hafekost against Middlesbrough
14.11.1925: James Jackson against WBA
14.11.1953: Don Campbell against Sunderland
14.11.1970: John Toshack against Coventry

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
14.11.1925: Cyril Oxley against WBA

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
14.11.1896 1 - 1 Preston Deepdale League
14.11.1903 1 - 2 Sheff Utd Bramall Lane League
14.11.1908 2 - 1 Preston Anfield League
14.11.1914 1 - 1 Middlesbrough Anfield League
14.11.1925 2 - 0 WBA Anfield League
14.11.1931 3 - 1 Sunderland Roker Park League
14.11.1936 2 - 2 Sheff Wed Anfield League
14.11.1953 2 - 3 Sunderland Roker Park League
14.11.1959 2 - 4 Lincoln City Sincil Bank League
14.11.1962 2 - 1 Arsenal Anfield League
14.11.1964 2 - 0 Nottm For Anfield League
14.11.1967 1 - 2 TSV Munich Sechzger Stadium EFC
14.11.1970 0 - 0 Coventry Anfield League
14.11.1998 1 - 3 Leeds United Anfield PL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
14.11.1892 3 - 2 Aston Villa Perry Barr Friendly
14.11.1942 5 - 1 Chester Sealand Road Football League Northern Section

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On this day in Liverpool history - 13th November
ImageThursday, 13th November 2008
A hat-trick for Milan
Milan Baroš grabbed his only reds treble four years ago today, including two penalties, as we beat Crystal Palace 3-2 at Anfield. This was our first ever hat-trick against the Eagles.

Rushie bags another treble
Ian Rush scored a hat-trick on this day in 1982 as we beat Coventry City 4-0 in a League match at Anfield. Kenny Dalglish netted the other goal.

Goals galore
We beat Charlton Athletic 4-1 in a League Cup Third Round replay twelve years ago today, with goals from Mark Wright, Jamie Redknapp and a Robbie Fowler brace. Northampton Town headed home on the wrong end of a 5-0 scoreline back in 1965. Ian St. John, Roger Hunt, Ian Callaghan and Peter Thompson were all on the scoresheet that day, with Willie Stevenson netting from the spot. The Cobblers were relegated to the Second Division at the end of that season.

Beating Citeh
We won 3-1 at Maine Road on this day in 1937, thanks to goals from Phil Taylor, John Shafto and Willie Fagan. Eleven years later we beat Manchester City 4-2 in another First Division meeting at the same ground, with Phil Taylor again on target. Cyril Done bagged a brace, with Jimmy Payne opening the scoring.

Derby despair
We lost at Goodison Park on this day in 1971, with future red David Johnson grabbing the only goal of the game in his first Merseyside derby. Our cause was not helped when Larry Lloyd limped off with a serious knee injury in the first half that kept him out for two months. Referee Clive Thomas awarded an amazing 55 free-kicks in a niggly game.

Dan the man
Daniel Agger was named Danish Young Player of the Year two years ago today. He had turned out just sixteen times for the reds by this stage, having arrived from Brøndby IF for £5.8m that January.

Seven for Cyril
Cyril Done scored an amazing seven goals as we trounced Chester 9-0 in a Wartime League fixture at Anfield on this day in 1943. Stan Polk and Andy Beattie struck the others.

Young future reds on target for their countries
Fourteen years ago today, Crewe Alexandra's Danny Murphy netted a brace as England Under-18's beat Slovenia 3-0 in a European Championships qualifier in Wycombe. Five years later, Milan Baroš made his first appearance for the Czech Republic Under-21's, coming on as substitute in their 3-0 defeat of Greece in a European Championships qualifier in Teplice, and scoring. On the same day, Robbie Keane struck as the Republic of Ireland were held to a 1-1 draw by Turkey in the first leg of their Euro 2000 play-off.

Young international debutants
Alun Evans won his first cap for England Under-23's forty years ago today as they drew 2-2 with the Netherlands in a friendly at St. Andrews. Five years earlier, future red David Wilson debuted at the same level as England drew 1-1 with Wales at Ashton Gate. Future red David James won his first cap for England Under-21's on this day in 1990 as they beat the Republic of Ireland 3-0 in a European Championships qualifier in Cork.

Reds booked
Nine years ago today, Jamie Redknapp and ex-reds Paul Ince and Don Hutchison were all booked as Kevin Keegan's England beat Scotland 2-0 at Hampden Park in a Euro 2000 play-off. Young reds striker Michael Owen also played, with Ince making his first appearance as a Middlesbrough player. Future red Yossi Benayoun was the victim of a 5-0 thumping in Tel-Aviv as Denmark won the first leg of their play-off. Meanwhile, fellow future red Fernando Morientes featured as Spain held Brazil to a goalless draw in a friendly in Vigo.

International starts
Future red Torben Piechnik made his international debut on this day in 1991 in Denmark's 2-1 Euro '92 qualifying defeat of Northern Ireland in Odense. Ex-red Jim Magilton also played. On the same day, Steve Staunton won his 28th cap for the Republic of Ireland, and first in his first spell at Villa Park, as they won 3-1 in another qualifier in Turkey. Ex-reds John Aldridge and Kevin Sheedy both also featured. Ian Rush and future red Gary McAllister both also played in qualifiers on the same day.

Beating the Irish
We beat an Irish Internationals XI in a friendly at Tolka Park in Dublin on this day in 1981, with Craig Johnston grabbing the only goal of the game.

Igor on his way
Igor Bišcan was granted a work permit by the Department of Employment eight years ago today, and so was free to join the reds from Dinamo Zagreb when the Croatian season broke for winter at the beginning of December. He moved on to Panathinaikos in July 2005, after three goals in 118 reds games, and helping us to claim two League Cups, UEFA Super Cup and FA Charity Shield, as well as playing a crucial role on the road to Istanbul.

Out on loan
Reserves keeper Tony Warner joined Celtic on loan exactly a decade ago. He made three first-team appearances for the Bhoys, keeping just one clean sheet.

Reds in opposition
Jim Beglin, Mark Lawrenson and ex-reds Michael Robinson and Kevin Sheedy all lined up against Jan Mølby in a World Cup qualifier at Lansdowne Road on this day in 1985. Denmark won 4-1 in what was Eoin Hand's last game as Republic of Ireland Manager. Meanwhile, future red Mark Wright played as England were held to a goalless draw at Wembley by Northern Ireland in another qualifier.

On this day in Liverpool history - 14th November
ImageFriday, 14th November 2008
Ged takes charge
Gérard Houllier took sole charge of a reds game for the first time exactly a decade ago as we lost 3-1 at home to Leeds United. Robbie Fowler's penalty was cancelled out by three late Leeds goals in front of the Kop, including one from Alan Smith on his debut.

Debutants galore
John Toshack made his reds bow on this day in 1970, as we were held to a goalless draw at Anfield by Coventry City. In 1953, right-back Don Campbell made his debut as we lost 3-2 at Sunderland, with Sammy Smyth scoring both our goals. We also played a First Division match at Roker Park on this day in 1931, with David Wright netting twice in our 3-1 win, and Gordon Hodgson also on the scoresheet. Defender Jimmy ‘Parson' Jackson debuted in our 2-0 home defeat of West Bromwich Albion back in 1925, with Cyril Oxley bagging a brace.

Happy birthdays
Israeli defender Avi Cohen is celebrating his 52nd birthday today. He only made 24 appearances during his Anfield career after signing for £200,000 from Maccabi Tel-Aviv in July 1979, with his most memorable game coming in May 1980 as we clinched our twelfth League title. He put through his own net before scoring his only reds goal at the same end in the second half, as we beat Aston Villa 4-1.

1960's left-back Phil Ferns is 71 today. The local lad struck just once in 28 reds games after signing on at Anfield in September 1957. He made enough appearances in 1963/64 to claim a League title medal but moved on to Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic in August 1965.

Good fortune against PNE
We drew 1-1 at Deepdale on this day in 1896, with Bill Michael nabbing our goal. Twelve years later, Robert Robinson and Joe Hewitt struck as we beat Preston North End 2-1 in another top-flight meeting at Anfield.

Un-fair defeat
We suffered our first ever defeat in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup on this day in 1967, going down 2-1 at TSV 1860 München, although we progressed to the Third Round 9-2 on aggregate. Half-back Willie Stevenson became our first ever European substitute, coming on for Tony Hateley in this game. Ian Callaghan grabbed our goal that evening to put us nine ahead on aggregate, with Tommy Smith rattling the bar late on.

World Cup goals
Future red John Barnes netted a brace in England's 8-0 demolition of Turkey in Istanbul on this day in 1984. Fellow future red Mark Wright won his fourth full cap in the same game. On the same day, Scotland, captained by ex-red Graeme Souness, defeated Spain 3-1 at Hampden Park, with Kenny Dalglish on target. Steve Nicol won his third cap in the same match. Jim Beglin, Mark Lawrenson, Jan Mølby, Ian Rush and ex-red Kevin Sheedy also played in qualifiers that same day.

Mixed fortunes in World Cup play-offs
Seven years ago today, future red Milan Baroš was sent off late on as the Czech Republic lost 1-0 to Belgium in Prague, as they fell at the final hurdle in qualifying for the World Cup in the far east. Vladimír Šmicer also played, while there was better news as Baroš had now played enough international games to make his work permit application to join the reds likely to succeed. Dietmar Hamann and ex-red Christian Ziege were more fortunate, as Germany beat the Ukraine 4-1 in Dortmund to reach the Finals. Meanwhile, ex-red Rigobert Song and future red Fernando Morientes both featured in friendlies.

Jack's treble
Jack Balmer bagged a hat-trick on this day in 1942 as we beat Chester 5-1 at their Moss Road Ground in a Wartime League fixture. Len Carney and Willie Fagan were also on target.

Unlucky thirteen
Gary Gillespie won his thirteenth and final international cap on this day in 1990, in Scotland's 1-1 European Championships qualifying draw in Bulgaria. Future red Gary McAllister won his sixth cap in the same game. On the same day, Ian Rush struck the only goal of Wales' Euro '92 qualifier in Luxembourg, playing up front alongside future red Dean Saunders. Future red Øyvind Leonhardsen also featured in another qualifier.

Final caps
On this day in 1990, Steve McMahon and Jan Mølby both made their final international appearances. McMahon won his seventeenth cap in England's 1-1 Euro '92 qualifying draw in the Republic of Ireland, with Ray Houghton, Steve Staunton, Ronnie Whelan, ex-red John Aldridge and future red Mark Wright all also playing. On the same day, Mølby won his 33rd cap as Denmark lost 2-0 in another qualifier against Yugoslavia in Copenhagen.

Ged against Jari
Gérard Houllier's France beat Finland 2-1 in a World Cup qualifier at the Parc des Princes on this day in 1992. Future red Jari Litmanen was on the losing side that day. Jari's clubmate Sami Hyypiä played for Finland Under-21's as they played their French counterparts in Rouen on the same day.

Young deity on target
Robbie Fowler scored for England Under-21's thirteen years ago today as they beat Austria 2-1 in a European Championships qualifier in Middlesbrough.

Djibril at the double
Djibril Cissé bagged a brace seven years ago today as France Under-21's beat Romania 4-0 in the second leg of their European Championships qualifying play-off against Romania in Brest to progress to the Finals 5-0 on aggregate.

Starting out
Future red Andrea Dossena won his first Under-20's cap eight years ago today as Italy beat Romania 3-1.

Other international reds on the scoresheet
Craig Bellamy notched for Wales as they thumped Liechtenstein 4-0 in a friendly in Wrexham two years ago today. Meanwhile, Adam Hammill was on target for England Under-19's as they beat Switzerland 3-2 in a friendly at Gresty Road, with Paul Anderson and Craig Lindfield both also featuring. Meanwhile, John Welsh won his first Under-21's cap as a Hull City player as they beat the Netherlands 1-0 under the caretaker charge of Sammy Lee in Alkmaar. Scott Carson and Darren Potter both also represented their countries.

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Players born on this day:
Ron Yeats (1937)
Neil McBain (1895)
Josemi Rey (1979)

Players bought or sold on this day:
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Players who made their debuts on this day:
15.11.1969: Steve Peplow against West Ham

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
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Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
15.11.1902 4 - 1 Wolves Anfield League
15.11.1913 1 - 0 Preston Deepdale League
15.11.1919 3 - 3 Bradford Park Avenue Anfield League
15.11.1924 1 - 2 Burnley Turf Moor League
15.11.1930 3 - 1 Leicester Anfield League
15.11.1947 1 - 5 Sunderland Roker Park League
15.11.1952 1 - 5 Arsenal Anfield League
15.11.1958 2 - 3 Derby Baseball Ground League
15.11.1969 2 - 0 West Ham Anfield League
15.11.1975 2 - 1 Newcastle St James' Park League
15.11.1980 2 - 2 Crystal Palace Selhurst Park League
15.11.1987 1 - 1 Man Utd Old Trafford League

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
15.11.1941 4 - 2 Chester Anfield Football League Northern Section

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On this day in Liverpool history - 15th November
ImageSaturday, 15th November 2008
Have a rowdy birthday
Ron Yeats is 71 today. The giant Scottish centre-half played 454 times for the reds, captaining us to two League titles, our first FA Cup, the Second Division title and FA Charity Shield. He was one of Bill Shankly's first and most inspired signings, arriving for just £30,000 from Dundee United in July 1961.

Technicolor reds
Our 2-0 home win over West Ham United on this day in 1969 was the first game screened in colour by the BBC's Match Of The Day. Chris Lawler and Bobby Graham scored the goals.

Cumpleaños feliz
Josemi is 29 today. Rafael Benítez's first signing, from Málaga for £2m in July 2004, made just 35 reds appearances, mostly at right-back, before joining Villarreal back in his native Spain in swap deal for Jan Kromkamp in January 2006. Half-back Neil McBain was born in Campbeltown, Argyllshire on this day in 1895. He was only at the club for less than a year, playing twelve times in 1928 after signing from St. Johnstone. He later managed Watford and Ayr United as well as coaching in Argentina.

On the move
Nine years ago today, Stephen Wright was loaned to Crewe Alexandra for the second time, making seventeen appearances before returning to Anfield. On the same day, ex-red Mark Walters joined Bristol Rovers from Swindon Town on a free transfer. He struck fourteen times in 96 Pirates games.

Future reds winger Jimmy Carter signed as a professional for Crystal Palace on this day in 1983. He never made the first team, a fate that also befell him at Queens Park Rangers, his next club. Eight years later, ex-reds reserve forward Mike Newell joined Blackburn Rovers from Everton in a £1.1m deal. He went on to net 48 times in 167 appearances for Rovers.

A treble against
Cliff Holton scored a hat-trick for Arsenal on this day in 1952 as they ran out 5-1 winners at Anfield. Jimmy Payne netted our goal, as early as the fifth minute. We had also been thumped 5-1 at Sunderland in another First Division fixture five years earlier, with Billy Liddell grabbing our consolation.

Thumping Wolves
We beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 4-1 in a top-flight meeting in L4 on this day in 1902, with George Livingstone, Jack Cox, Arthur Goddard and Sam Raybould all on the scoresheet inside the opening eleven minutes.

No longer the boss
Bill Shankly resigned as Manager of Workington on this day in 1955. He had been in charge for two years as they struggled in the Third Division North, winning 35 of their 87 League games under his leadership.

International debutants
Ray Clemence and Kevin Keegan both made their senior England debuts on this day in 1972 as they beat Wales 1-0 in a World Cup qualifier in Cardiff. Emlyn Hughes and John Toshack both also played. Eight years ago today, ex-red Dominic Matteo won his first Scotland cap in their 2-0 home friendly defeat by Australia. Ex-red Don Hutchison also featured. Three years earlier, future red Dietmar Hamann netted on his full international debut as Germany beat South Africa 3-0 in a friendly in Düsseldorf. Fellow future red Christian Ziege was also in the side.

Robbie's treble
Future red Robbie Keane struck a hat-trick two years ago today as Steve Staunton's Republic of Ireland thumped San Marino 5-0 at Lansdowne Road, with Steve Finnan also featuring.

Two more legends honoured
Peter Beardsley and Graeme Souness were both inducted into the Football Museum's Hall of Fame on this day last year. Beardsley won two League titles, the FA Cup, and two FA Charity Shields while at Anfield, as well as 59 England caps and a ‘new' Second Division title with Fulham. Souness claimed five League titles, three European Cups, four League Cups and three FA Charity Shields while with the reds, also winning 54 Scottish caps, a Second Division championship, Coppa Italia and Scottish League title as a player.

First and last caps
Ex-red Ray Houghton was on target while winning his 73rd and final cap eleven years ago today in the Republic of Ireland's 2-1 World Cup play-off defeat in Belgium. Mark Kennedy made his seventeenth appearance, and final one as a reds player, while ex-red Steve Staunton also featured. Three years later, David James won his first cap as an Aston Villa player, only his second to that point, as England lost 1-0 to Italy in a friendly in Turin. This was Peter Taylor's only game in charge as England boss, and he also selected Nick Barmby, Jamie Carragher, Robbie Fowler and Emile Heskey. Dietmar Hamann, Stéphane Henchoz and Christian Ziege all also featured in friendlies that day.

Milan Baroš won his final cap as an Aston Villa player two years ago today, his 53rd to date, and struck the Czech Republic's goal in their 1-1 friendly draw with Daniel Agger's Denmark in Prague, who missed a penalty. Xabi Alonso, Steven Gerrard, Sami Hyypiä, Dirk Kuyt, John Arne Riise and ex-reds Nicolas Anelka, Alou Diarra and Frode Kippe all also represented their countries on the same day.

International reds on target galore
Future red Yossi Benayoun notched for Israel as they lost a European Championships qualifier to Croatia in Tel-Aviv by the odd goal in seven two years ago today. El-Hadji Diouf scored the only goal of Senegal's friendly with Ivory Coast in Dakar three years earlier, with Salif Diao also playing. John Arne Riise, ex-red Don Hutchison and future reds Mark González, Paul Jones, Martin Škrtel and Fernando Torres also played for their countries that day.

Eight years ago today, Steve Staunton grabbed his final Republic of Ireland goal while winning his last cap as a reds player, and 86th in total, as they beat Finland 3-0 in a friendly at Lansdowne Road. Future red Steve Finnan bagged his first international goal, while ex-red Jason McAteer and future red Jari Litmanen also played, with Robbie Keane playing his final game for his country before joining Leeds United on loan from Internazionale. On the same day, Yossi Benayoun struck his final goal as a Maccabi Haifa player as Israel lost a friendly 2-1 in Portugal.

Robbie Fowler was on target eleven years ago today in England's 2-0 friendly defeat of Cameroon at Wembley. Paul Ince skippered a side that also featured Steve McManaman, while the Africans included future red Rigobert Song. John Aldridge grabbed a brace, including a penalty, on this day in 1989, his first goals for the Republic of Ireland while a Real Sociedad player. The Irish won their World Cup qualifier 2-0 in Malta, skippered by Ronnie Whelan, with Ray Houghton, Steve Staunton and ex-red Kevin Sheedy all also in the side.

Future red Patrik Berger scored in the Czech Republic's 3-0 European Championship qualifying defeat of Luxembourg in Prague thirteen years ago today. Fellow future clubmate Vladimír Šmicer won his second cap in the same game, coming on as a substitute. Celtic's Kenny Dalglish struck in Scotland's 2-0 World Cup qualifying defeat of Denmark at Hampden Park on this day in 1972.

Young future reds on target
Sami Hyypiä scored in the second of five consecutive games for Finland Under-21's fourteen years ago today, as they lost a friendly 2-1 in Germany. Five years ago today, Djibril Cissé netted a brace as France Under-21's won the first leg of their European Championships play-off in Portugal 2-1. Alou Diarra and Florent Sinama-Pongolle both also played.

Pennant on the move
Jermaine Pennant joined Watford from Arsenal six years ago today on a second loan spell. He grabbed one goal in fourteen games this time around.

Tanner off
Ex-reds defender Nicky Tanner resigned as Manager of Cherry Red Records Hellenic League side Almondsbury Town three years ago today.


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Postby AnfieldRoadMarch15.1892 Sun Nov 16, 2008 10:55 am

Players born on this day:
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Players bought or sold on this day:
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Players who made their debuts on this day:
16.11.1907: Harold Uren against Man City
16.11.1974: Terry McDermott against Everton
16.11.1974: Phil Neal against Everton

Players who scored their debut goal on this day:
16.11.1929: Bill Murray against Aston Villa

Matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
16.11.1895 2 - 0 Arsenal Manor Ground League
16.11.1907 1 - 1 Man City Hyde Road League
16.11.1912 0 - 0 Notts County Anfield League
16.11.1929 3 - 2 Aston Villa Villa Park League
16.11.1935 1 - 3 Wolves Molineux League
16.11.1946 4 - 1 Derby Baseball Ground League
16.11.1957 1 - 3 Ipswich Portman Road League
16.11.1960 1 - 2 Southampton Anfield LC
16.11.1963 2 - 0 Fulham Anfield League
16.11.1968 2 - 1 Sheff Wed Hillsborough League
16.11.1974 0 - 0 Everton Goodison Park League
16.11.1985 4 - 1 WBA Anfield League
16.11.1986 1 - 1 Sheff Wed Anfield League
16.11.1996 2 - 0 Leeds United Elland Road PL

Friendly matches that were played on this day:
Note!! Liverpool is always listed first in the result.
Date Result Against Stadium Competition
16.11.1918 2 - 0 Man City Hyde Road Lancashire Section Principal Tournament
16.11.1940 3 - 0 Bury Anfield North Regional League

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On this day in Liverpool history - 16th November
ImageSunday, 16th November 2008
Double reds debutants
Reds legends Terry McDermott and Phil Neal both made their reds debuts as we held Everton to a goalless draw at Goodison Park on this day in 1974.

Four for Jack
Jack Balmer bagged all four goals in our 4-1 win at Derby County on this day in 1946. This was the second of his three hat-tricks in consecutive games. His third goal was his fiftieth reds strike.

Against the Owls
We have twice faced Sheffield Wednesday in First Division encounters on this day in history, without being beaten. We won 2-1 at Hillsborough forty years ago today, with Chris Lawler and Ian Callaghan on target. Ian Rush netted on this day in 1986 as we were held to a 1-1 draw at Anfield.

International debutants
Scott Carson won his first senior cap on this day last year, with Peter Crouch bagging the only goal of England's friendly in Austria. Steven Gerrard and ex-red Michael Owen both also played. Fourteen years ago today, Steve McManaman and Neil Ruddock both played their first senior internationals as England beat Nigeria 1-0 at Wembley. It was to be Ruddock's only full cap, while McManaman went on to win 37. John Barnes, Rob Jones and ex-red Peter Beardsley all also played.

Future red Michael Thomas made his England debut twenty years ago today as they were held to a 1-1 friendly draw in Saudi Arabia. Peter Beardsley also played. John Aldridge, Ray Houghton and Steve Staunton all featured as the Republic of Ireland lost a World Cup qualifier 2-0 in Spain on the same day.

Up against Rushie
We won 2-0 at Leeds United twelve years ago today, thanks to goals from Neil Ruddock and Steve McManaman. We kept our first clean sheet in two months, while Ian Rush suffered his fourteenth game in a Leeds shirt without finding the net, and was booked to boot.

Thumping the Baggies
Steve Nicol, Jan Mølby, Mark Lawrenson and Paul Walsh all netted as we beat West Bromwich Albion 4-1 in a top-flight fixture on this day in 1985.

Jari at the double
Fourteen years ago today, Ajax's Jari Litmanen bagged a brace in Finland's 5-0 European Championships qualifying thumping of the Faroe Islands in Helsinki. On the same day, Stig Inge Bjørnebye won his fortieth cap for Norway as they won 4-0 in Belarus in another qualifier, with Øyvind Leonhardsen winning his 35th cap, and first as a Wimbledon player.

Also on target in Euro ‘96 qualifiers that day were ex-reds John Aldridge and Ronnie Rosenthal. Aldo struck as the Republic of Ireland won in Northern Ireland for the first time, 4-0 at the fourth attempt. Phil Babb, future red Jason McAteer and ex-reds Jim Magilton and Steve Staunton all also featured. Ronnie grabbed his first goal as a Tottenham Hotspur player in Israel's 2-0 defeat of Azerbaijan in Turkey. Ian Rush, future reds Patrik Berger, Stéphane Henchoz, Gary McAllister and ex-red Dean Saunders all also played in qualifiers that day.

Final caps
Ex-red Ray Clemence played his 61st and final international game on this day in 1983 in England's 4-0 European Championships qualifying win in Luxembourg. Sammy Lee and future red John Barnes both also played. Six years earlier, John Toshack won his final cap as a reds player, and 34th to date, as Wales won 1-0 in a World Cup qualifier in Czechoslovakia. Joey Jones was also in the side. Nicolas Anelka played his final game for France wile with Bolton Wanderers on this day last year as France were held 2-2 by Morocco in a friendly.

Brad Friedel won his 53rd cap for the USA eleven years ago today, his final one while with Columbus Crew, as they beat El Salvador 5-2 in a World Cup qualifier in Foxboro. David James won his final cap as a West Ham United player, and his 21st in total, in England's 3-2 friendly defeat by Denmark at Old Trafford six years later. Emile Heskey and Danny Murphy both also featured, while Jerzy Dudek also played in a friendly that day. Scott Carson won his eighth and final England Under-21's cap as a Leeds United player as they lost a friendly 1-0 in Spain four years ago today. On the same day, future red Robbie Keane was on the scoresheet as the Republic of Ireland beat Croatia 1-0 in a friendly, with Steve Finnan also playing. Meanwhile, Harry Kewell faced John Arne Riise in a friendly at Craven Cottage.

Emile at the double
Thirteen years ago today, Leicester City's Emile Heskey grabbed both goals as England Under-18's beat Latvia 2-0 in a European Championships qualifier at Wycombe's Causeway Stadium.

Off the mark
Mark Lawrenson nabbed a brace on this day in 1983, his first international goals as a reds player, as the Republic of Ireland thrashed Malta 8-0 in a European Championships qualifier at Dalymount Park. Ex-red Kevin Sheedy netted his first Irish goal in the same game. Kenny Dalglish, Ian Rush and ex-reds Frank McGarvey and Joey Jones also played in qualifiers on the same day. Kevin Keegan grabbed his first goal following his switch to Hamburger SV on this day in 1977. England beat Italy 2-0 in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley, with Emlyn Hughes captaining a side that also included Ray Clemence and Phil Neal.

Harry off to Germany
Harry Kewell played in Australia's 1-0 defeat of Uruguay in Sydney three years ago today, the second leg of their World Cup play-off. With the scores level on aggregate, the Aussies won through 4-2 on penalties, with Kewell converting his spot-kick. Ex-reds Milan Baroš and Vladimír Šmicer were also smiling as the Czech Republic beat Norway 1-0 in Prague to qualify 2-0 on aggregate. John Arne Riise won his fiftieth cap for the losing side. Xabi Alonso, Fernando Morientes and future reds Philipp Degen, Martin Škrtel and Fernando Torres also played in play-offs that day, while Jerzy Dudek was in friendly action. Meanwhile, Craig Bellamy won his first cap as a Blackburn Rovers player as Wales lost a friendly 1-0 in Cyprus under the guidance of John Toshack.

Milestones in reserve
Former second string forward Ian Armstrong is 27 today. He never made our first team, and spent four years with Port Vale whom he joined from us in June 2001. Twelve years ago today, winger John Jeffers joined Stockport County from Port Vale on a free transfer. He had also failed to make the break-through at Anfield.


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Re: On this day in Liverpool history

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1. thread ini murni merupakan mirror dari banyak site yang bisa ditemui di internet (bukan tulisan/informasi baru, dan; 2. tidak mengarah kepada suatu diskusi interaktif

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