Liverpool FC's Goalkeeper Shirt - 1996 to 1998(David James)
James was considered one of England's best and brightest keepers when he was establishing himself at Watford. Arriving at Liverpool he vowed to become the club's first-choice keeper and England's as well inside two years. James didn't start his LFC career very promisingly and critics were happy to write him off after failing at the first hurdle. But he was able to pick himself up and managed to remove Grobbelaar as first-choice. He was making the odd mistake but that was a fact that LFC's fans had grown quite accostumed to after watching Grobbelaar's wild antics. But unlike the past Liverpool were not winning each game despite the goalkeeper's errors and when James made a mistake it was the reason behind Liverpool's defeat that particular evening.
Contrary to people's expectations James seemed to become less confident as the years passed by at Liverpool and one high pass into the penalty area was basically what was needed because the opposition knew he would have trouble controlling it. James has since had a successful career with a number of clubs and has a healthy number of international caps to his name.
The 2007-08 European Campaign shirt. Though it's said to be a Champions League away shirt, it should still be Liverpool's third kit in case of colour clash with the red/white kit teams like Arsenal & Sunderland.
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Red & White Kop Sung to the tune of the Beatles 'Yellow Submarine', this was first heard at Anfield in the 1960s. In those days it was not uncommon for football fans to adapt the latest hit records into songs about their team and with Merseybeat all the rage, Liverpool fans did it better than most. Strangely however for a city so obsessed with football, The Beatles appeared to be the only four men in Liverpool who weren't interested in the game.
On a Saturday afternoon We support a team called Liverpool And we sing until we drop In a red and white Spion Kop We all live in a red and white Kop A red and white Kop A red and white Kop We all live in a red and white Kop A red and white Kop A red and white Kop In a town where I was born Lived a man who sailed the seas And he told me of his pride They were a famous football team So we trailed to Anfield Road, Singing songs of victory And there we found the holy ground, Of our hero Bill Shankly We all live in red and white Kop…
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