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Emile Heskey

Emile Ivanhoe Heskey made his Premiership debut as a 17-year-old for Leicester City against QPR in March 1995. Leicester were relegated that spring but under the guidance of new manager, Martin O'Neill went straight back up to the top division. Heskey scored ten goals in 35 games in his first whole season in the Premier League in 1996/97 and boasted exactly the same stats the following season. Heskey's agent had already started to complain about Leicester's lack of ambition and predicted that his client would at best stay there until he was…

Birthdate: 11 January 1978
Birthplace: Leicester, England
Other clubs: Leicester City (1987-2000), Birmingham City (2004-06), Wigan Athletic (2006-09), Aston Villa (2009-12), Newcastle Jets (2012-14), Bolton Wanderers (2014-16)
Bought from: Leicester City
Signed for LFC: £11m, 10.03.2000
Liverpool debut: 11.03.2000
Last appearance: 15.05.2004
Debut goal: 01.04.2000
Last goal: 08.05.2004
Contract expiry: 18.05.2004
Honours: FA Cup 2001; League Cup 2001, 2003; UEFA Cup 2001; European Super Cup 2001
League games / goals / assists: 150 / 39 / 0
Total games / goals / assists: 223 / 60 / 0
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Season League FA LC Europe Other Total
Totals 150 14 12 45 2 223
1999-2000 12 0 0 0 0 12
2000-2001 36 5 4 11 0 56
2001-2002 35 2 1 17 1 56
2002-2003 32 3 5 11 1 52
2003-2004 35 4 2 6 0 47
Season League FA LC Europe Other Total
Totals 39 6 2 13 0 60
1999-2000 3 0 0 0 0 3
2000-2001 14 5 0 3 0 22
2001-2002 9 0 0 5 0 14
2002-2003 6 0 0 3 0 9
2003-2004 7 1 2 2 0 12

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Jamie Carragher welcomes Robbie Keane to Liverpool

"It's great to have Robbie Keane here. I'm probably delighted more than the rest of the lads because Robbie is one of the players who has caused me all kinds of problems down the years. He has this knack of getting goals against us but he also has a great allround game.

The potential of the partnership between Keane and Torres has got the fans excited and if they click together then we really will have a front two who are up there with the best. Robbie will always weigh in with 15 or 20 goals but he is a goal creator as well as being a goalscorer. He plays in that position just behind the main striker but the great thing about him is that he always comes up with his fair share of goals. He has been brilliant for Tottenham over the last few years. He's a really special player - and that's why the manager was ready to pay £20m for him. It's a lot of money, but we have bought real quality. The problem I've found trying to mark Robbie is that he has the ability to play in a variety of positions. One minute he is playing right up at the top of the attack and trying to get behind you. Then he drops deep to find space and you don't know whether to follow him. Defenders like to do as little thinking as possible but with Robbie you really have to be on your game because he can drag you all over the place. His partnership at Spurs with Berbatov has been one of the best in the League and we're hoping he can replicate that with Torres. On paper, it looks like the perfect partnership.

We've got Torres, trying to use his pace and his clever runs to get in behind defenders, while Robbie can drop deep to find space and pick teams apart with his passes. And what makes it even more dangerous is that Torres also has the ability to provide the service and Keane has the quality to get on the end of things. It's not the first time we've had top strikers in my time at the club. When we did the Treble we had Michael Owen, Emile Heskey and Robbie Fowler. I wouldn't want to insult them by saying Keane and Torres will be the best. But for a long time, Liverpool have not had anyone capable of filling the No7 shirt that means so much to this club. I don't like putting so much pressure on other Liverpool players but Robbie is definitely in the same mould as Keegan, Dalglish and Peter Beardsley."

The last ...

Game was against
Everton on Saturday, 17 Oct 2020
Goal was scored by
Mohamed Salah against Everton on Saturday, 17 Oct 2020
Own goal was scored by
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain against Manchester City on Thursday, 02 Jul 2020
Sending off was
Alisson Becker against Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday, 30 Nov 2019
Penalty goal was
Mohamed Salah against Leeds United on Saturday, 12 Sep 2020
Missed penalty was
Sadio Mané against Red Star Belgrade on Wednesday, 24 Oct 2018
Home win was against
Arsenal on Monday, 28 Sep 2020
Home draw was against
Arsenal on Thursday, 01 Oct 2020
Home defeat was against
Atletico Madrid on Wednesday, 11 Mar 2020
Away win was against
Lincoln City on Thursday, 24 Sep 2020
Away draw was against
Everton on Saturday, 17 Oct 2020
Away defeat was against
Aston Villa on Sunday, 04 Oct 2020
Five games

Few facts from our database

  • Liverpool FC have scored 9996 goals in 5750 competitive matches registered at LFChistory.
  • 199 of those goals are own goals and 523 came from the penalty spot.
  • 457 players have scored a goal for Liverpool FC.
  • 422 players have scored a league goal for Liverpool FC.
  • Liverpool have scored 1.7 goals on average in each game.
  • 775 players have played in competitive matches for Liverpool FC since 1892.
  • 14894 players have played against Liverpool FC since the 1893-1894 season.

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