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Watch Liverpool matches This is arguably one of the most important games of the season for Liverpool. Also without a shadow of a doubt, this is potentially their most difficult as Barcelona are a team to be feared by any defence in the world. After a goalless draw in the first leg, both teams will want to ensure they break the deadlock by scoring the much-required goal. Liverpool is an immense advantage is they score as it means they have an advantage due to away goal. This would mean, Fulham must win to ensure qualification to the next stage of this prestigious tournament.
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|When Is Kick Off?||Wednesday 30th April|
|What Time Is Kick Off?||20:00 (BST)|
|Where Is It Played?||Allianz Arena|
|TV Channel/Live Stream?||BT Sport 2|
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Liverpool F.C. holds a significant stand in the history of football. The club is synonymous with fame and glory which dates back to 1892. Liverpool is one of the most followed football teams in the world with over 200 supporter clubs in over 50 different countries. They are the most successful British football club of all time and one of the best in European football. The club holds a record of 18 league titles, 8 League Cups, 7 FA Cups, 5 European Cups, and 3 UEFA Cups. Their magnificent history has to do with the brilliance of players and managers down the road.
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In 1892, Everton moved to Goodison Park and the rights to Anfield stadium was bestowed upon the club’s then-president John Houlding. With no team to play on Anfield, John decided to form his own club, Liverpool. With only a single season in the second division, the team made to the first division in 1893. Soon enough, Liverpool dominated England’s top clubs, winning League trophies in 1901, 1906, 1922, and 1923. Though an immensely dominating club, Liverpool entered the period of mediocrity with their relegation to the second division in 1954.
Bill Shankly was handed the managerial post at Liverpool following the relegation. His first order of business was releasing the entire team squad. Shankly’s orthodox method proved to be fruitful soon enough. Liverpool made to the first division in 1962 and won the League title two years later. During Shankly’s managerial tenure, the club won two other League titles (1996 & 1973), two FA Cups (1965 & 1974) and as well their first UEFA Cup in 1973. Shankly left the club in 1974, under his assistant Bob Paisley’s hands. Manchester United had a lot of success at that period too.
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Liverpool was an equally dominating and consistent team under Paisley. He led the club to six League titles and three League Cups in nine years. Under Paisley, Liverpool began to take over European football as well, winning one UEFA Cup and three European Cups in between 1976 and 1981. Paisley retired in 1983 and Joe Fagan took over managerial duty at Liverpool. Fagan continued the dominance, guiding the team to a treble in his first season in charge.
In the year 1985, Liverpool faced Juventus in the European Cup final and during the game fans, unfortunately, caused a perimeter wall to collapse. 39 fans died at the scene. The scene is now widely known as the scene of the Heysel disaster. In the aftermath, Liverpool fans were solely blamed for the accident and all English clubs were banned from European competitions for the following five years.
With European competitions off the chart, Liverpool began their focus on home titles. Yet again tragedy struck the club after they claimed two League titles (1986 & 1988) and a FA Cup (1985). During the 1989 FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest, 94 fans died in a crowd crush. To this day, this remains the worst stadium disaster in English football.
In 1990, Liverpool won their ninth League title and fell to mediocrity thereafter. During the 90s and 00s, the team only won a few Cup titles and some mediocre league finishes.
With a dull start to the 00s, Liverpool didn’t take long to get back on feet. They proved their dominance yet again, reaching the Champions League final in 2005. In the finals, Liverpool robbed Inter Milan of the Champions League title on penalties after coming a 3-0 down at half-time. The following decade, Liverpool mostly played second fiddle to other English clubs, winning only two Cup trophies.
In October 2015, former Bourissa Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp started managerial duty at Liverpool. Klopp led the club to two consecutive UEFA Champions League final in 2016/17 and 2017/18, however, failed to reclaim the European title.
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First Division/Premier League: 18
FA Cup: 7
League Cup: 8
European Cup/Champions League: 5
UEFA Cup: 3
Tom Watson, Alex Raisbeck, Ian Callaghan, Gordon Hodgson, Emlyn Hughes, Kenny Dalglish, Terry McDermott, Kevin Keegan, Ian Rush, John Barnes, Bruce Grobbelaar, Steve Nicol, Peter Beardsley
Most games played: Ian Callaghan (857)
Top goalscorer: Ian Rush (346)