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Me, Myself, and I
LIVERPOOL IS OUR RELIGION

ANFIELD IS OUR CHURCH

THE KOP IS OUR CHOIR

GERRARD IS OUR GOD

ISTANBUL IS ARE PAST

ATHENS IS ARE FUTURE

SCOUSE FOR LIFE

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    Liverpool captain
    Houllier handed the club captaincy to Gerrard for the 2002 season, perhaps hoping that he could inspire his teammates to improve their performance, but also to compel him to take responsibility for his own indifferent disciplinary record – a tactic which apparently worked as throughout the season, he was booked only twice. His then Liverpool team mate, Michael Owen, expressed relief in his autobiography at Gerrard being named captain as it took some pressure off his own shoulders.

    Gerrard was approached by Chelsea to sign for them during the summer of 2004, but he eventually chose to stay at Liverpool. It is known that he was on the brink of signing for the London club but was persuaded to stay because of his family and friends. It was also alleged in the British tabloid press that Gerrard had been the target of death threats from aggrieved Liverpool fans.[6] The arrival of new Liverpool manager Rafael Benítez also played a part in his decision.
    Champions League winner
    A foot injury sustained against rivals Manchester United on 20 September 2004 ruled Gerrard out of first team football until late November 2004. In the final game of that year's Champions League group stage, Gerrard scored a crucial twenty-five-yard strike against Greek team Olympiakos. Liverpool needed to win by two clear goals to progress to the last sixteen of the competition. They were 1-0 down at half-time, but grabbed two goals, before Gerrard secured their place with their third with a late strike from outside the box. He has since claimed that this was his best, if not his most important, goal for Liverpool to date.[7]

    Liverpool went on to reach the 2005 Champions' League final against AC Milan in Istanbul. At half-time Liverpool had been outplayed and were 3-0 down. In the second half, Gerrard headed a goal and kick-started Liverpool's comeback. Minutes later, Vladimír Šmicer scored again for the Reds. Gerrard then won Liverpool a penalty when he was fouled by Gennaro Gattuso in the penalty area. Xabi Alonso's penalty was initially saved, but he scored from the rebound to make it 3-3.

    Liverpool went on to win the match via a penalty shootout,in which Gerrard also scored, making Gerrard the second youngest captain ever to lift the European Cup (Didier Deschamps is the youngest). After the match, he gave a hint regarding his future, when he said to the press: "How can I leave after a night like this?"[8] However, by July 2005 contract negotiations broke down between Gerrard and the club. Reports stated that Gerrard was about to leave Liverpool, and Chelsea were again reported to have tabled a British record bid of thirty-two million pounds for the player. Throughout the episode, Liverpool remained insistent that they wanted Gerrard to stay, but on 5 July Gerrard stated publicly that he wished to leave.[9]

    To the delight of Liverpool fans, Gerrard changed his mind the next day and pledged his future to the club.[10] He also apologised to the club's supporters and insisted that there were no get-out clauses in the new contract that he would be signing. He also offered to give up his captaincy, but was told by Rafael Benítez that it was not necessary. On the morning of 8 July, Gerrard signed a new four-year deal with Liverpool alongside teammate, Jamie Carragher.



    Club Season Premiership FA Cup League Cup Europe Others Total
    App Goals App Goals App Goals App Goals App Goals App Goals
    Liverpool 2006-07 17 4 0 0 0 0 6 2 1 0 24 6
    2005-06 32 10 6 4 1 1 12 7 2 1 53 23
    2004-05 30 7 0 0 3 2 10 4 0 0 43 13
    2003-04 34 4 3 0 2 0 8 2 0 0 47 6
    2002-03 34 5 2 0 6 2 11 0 1 0 54 7
    2001-02 28 3 2 0 0 0 15 1 0 0 45 4
    2000-01 33 7 4 1 4 0 9 2 0 0 50 10
    1999-00 29 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 1
    1998-99 12 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 13 0
    Total 249 39 19 5 16 5 72 18 4 1 360 68

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    Liverpool Football Club (usually known simply as Liverpool) are a professional football club based in Liverpool, in the north west of England. They play in the FA Premier League and are the most successful club in the history of English football. Liverpool have won eighteen First Division titles, seven FA Cups, seven League Cups, five UEFA Champions League titles and three UEFA Cups. Liverpool are also a member of the G-14 group of leading European football clubs.

    The club has been involved in two of the biggest tragedies in European football — at Heysel in 1985 when thirty-nine spectators died, and at Hillsborough in 1989 where ninety-six people lost their lives. After Heysel, English clubs were banned from European competition for a period of five years, and Liverpool were excluded for six years. The Hillsborough tragedy led to a review of ground safety at all top English league clubs, and paved the way for legislation necessitating all-seater stadiums in the top-flight.

    Everton F.C. were founded 1878 and played at Anfield from 1884. In 1891 John Houlding, the leaseholder of Anfield, purchased the ground outright and proposed to increase the rent from £100 to £250 a year. The Everton members objected, left Anfield and moved to Goodison Park. With an empty ground and just three players remaining, Houlding decided to form his own football club and on 15 March 1892, Liverpool Football Club was born. The original name was to be Everton F.C. and Athletic Grounds, Ltd., or Everton Athletic for short, but was changed to Liverpool F.C. after The Football Association refused to recognise the team as Everton. John McKenna was appointed director and signed thirteen Scottish professionals for the new club. Liverpool were elected to the Football League Second Division for the 1893–94 season. They ended the season unbeaten as Second Division Champions, and were promoted to the First Division. In 1901, Liverpool won their first Football League championship; a feat that was repeated in 1906. They played their first FA Cup final in 1914, but lost 1-0 to Burnley.

    In 1921–22 and 1922–23 Liverpool won their first back-to-back League titles, captained by England full-back Ephraim Longworth. This was only to be followed by the longest barren spell in the club's history. It was felt that Liverpool might have recovered in 1947 when they became Champions once again, but it proved to be a false dawn, and in 1954 Liverpool were relegated.

    Bill Shankly was appointed manager in December 1959. Over the next fifteen years he was to transform Liverpool into one of the top club sides in Europe. Within his first year, he released twenty-four players and rebuilt the team. Shankly's efforts would pay dividends. In his third season as manager, Liverpool won the Second Division Championship by eight points and were promoted to the top flight where they have remained ever since.

    Having started the 1960s in the Second division, Liverpool would end that decade as a major domestic power. In 1964, Liverpool lifted the League Championship for the first time in seventeen years. They were League Champions again in 1966, having won their first ever FA Cup in the previous season, beating Leeds United 2-1 in the final.

    Liverpool had won their eighth league title and defeated Borussia Mönchengladbach to win their first European trophy, the UEFA Cup, in 1973. However, one year later, after another FA Cup victory, Shankly retired from management. His assistant, Bob Paisley, was offered the chance to manage the team. Paisley would prove to be one of the most successful managers in the history of football. In the nine seasons he managed the club, Liverpool would win a total of twenty-one trophies, including three European Cups, a UEFA Cup, six league titles and three consecutive League Cups.

    Liverpool's first European Cup was won in 1977. The final was played in Rome, and Liverpool defeated Borussia Mönchengladbach 3-1. The next year Liverpool w

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