LFC Heroes - past and present - that we've loved at Liverpool Football Club over the past 120 years. If there is a player, manager or individual that you think…
Phil Neal is the most decorated player in Liverpool history. The full-back helped bring 22 pieces of silverware to the Anfield trophy room and was the only player to feature in the Reds' first four European Cup triumphs. Never has the term 'Mr Consistency' been more apt than when discussing the merits of Neal in a Liverpool shirt.
A bear of a player with the delicacy of a violinist - that's how one onlooker once eloquently described Graeme Souness. It fitted the bill perfectly, for here was a fearless midfield general who, despite a reputation as a hard man, possessed the most subtle of touches. Souness helped bring 15 major trophies to Anfield in his six years at the club, and remains one of just four Reds captains to lift the European Cup.
Cool on the ball, calm under pressure and an integral part of the meanest defence in Liverpool history, Alan Hansen in a red shirt was class personified. Rated by many as the club's finest ever centre-half, the elegant Scot boasts one of the most impressive medal collections in football. Hansen helped bring eight league titles and three European Cups to Anfield during his 13 years on Merseyside. Oh, and in 1986 he captained the Reds to their first ever double.
The only player to have an honorary knighthood bestowed upon him by the Anfield faithful, Roger Hunt is one of the most popular figures ever to pull on the red jersey. Quite why he wasn't made a 'Sir' by the Queen is still hard to fathom, especially as he was the only Red in the starting line-up when England won the World Cup in 1966.