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Liverpool

It’s taken over three years but we’re finally heading home, specifically to Liverpool for our vaunted and award-winning club magazine series

A-Z of the 2000s: Fernando Torres

The Fernando Torres of the 2000s may not always have been blessed with world-class teammates, but he was a force like no other

A-Z of the 2000s: Michael Owen

You can choose to remember Owen in any way you want, but consider yourself lucky that you weren’t playing against him during his golden years at Liverpool

A-Z of the 2000s: Xabi Alonso

The owner of an absorbent footballing brain, Xabi Alonso would become one of the world’s most perceptive and intelligent midfielders in the 2000s

Names of the Nineties: Neil Ruddock

At his peak, Neil Ruddock represented much of what was beloved in an English defender: commanding in defence and calmness and confident on the ball

Names of the Nineties: Stan Collymore

Very few players could ever dream of hitting such big heights and of doing what Stan Collymore could do. And he did it all in his own way

Names of the Nineties: Paul Ince

A midfield general so typical of his era, Paul Ince was a commanding footballer whose controversies shouldn;t overshadow his undoubted talent

Names of the Nineties: Julian Dicks

Julian Dicks was undoubtedly a player who was hard as nails but he was also talented and blessed with the sweetest left foot you could wish for

Names of the Nineties: Robbie Fowler

Robbie Fowler was the Toxteth lad who rose up through the mire during a period of indifference at Liverpool – but remains celebrated as a deity

Names of the Nineties: Patrik Berger

Despite his injury problems, Patrick Berger was a true joy of a 1990s footballer. A man with a look that could kill, you could say

Peter Crouch: a man in a game of robots

It’s ironic that Peter Crouch, a man known to dance like a robot, was anything but, despite playing out a career in a game littered with them

Liverpool and the defiant heroics of Istanbul

Facing the world’s best team in AC Milan, when Liverpool came in at half-time 3-0 down, all hope seemed lost. But hope was, in fact, all they had