Liverpool's Berry Nieuwenhuys scrapbook - A one of a kind 4 October 2006
LFChistory.net is opening a memorabilia corner where we want to feature rare items from Liverpool history. Send us images of them to [email protected] and we will feature them in a way they deserve.
Berry Nieuwenhuys - The Kop's Real Rooinek 4 October 2006
A great feature by Gavin Foster on a South African star that shone bright at Liverpool.
Stubbins joins on the toss of a coin 29 September 2006
12 September 1946 marked the arrival of a legend to Liverpool.
Stan Collymore was a strange one 19 September 2006
Liverpool and Roy Evans took an enormous chance by paying a record fee for Stan Collymore.
Two goals make Dave's dream debut 12 September 2006
Match report from Liverpool - Aston Villa on 07.11.1959 from Liverpool Daily Post.
Dave Hickson from Everton to Liverpool 8 September 2006
Dave Hickson's transfer from Everton to Liverpool caused quite a stir at the time!
Unknown Scot Alan Hansen 4 September 2006
An unknown Scot arrived at Liverpool in May 1977.
This is the Kop 27 August 2006
The Kop celebrated its 100th birthday in the home game against West Ham at Anfield on Saturday.
The winners of the Gerrard final 11 July 2006
We announce the winners who will receive a DVD of the Liverpool - West Ham FA Cup final.
Latest updates on LFChistory 2 July 2006
Here is what we have been adding to the site recently.
Astonishing unique images from the 1965 homecoming! 11 April 2006
A photographer who was at a traffic policeman`s box outside Lime Street Station took these excellent never-before-seen pictures.
Michael Thomas - So tell us about that goal... 10 April 2006
LFChistory interviewed Michael Thomas. He scored an infamous goal for Arsenal against Liverpool in 1989 but later delivered for Liverpool.
Happy birthday, Robbie - the new number five! 9 April 2006
Robbie Fowler’s goal vs West Brom on 1st of April 2006 was his 173rd for the club and made him fifth in the all-time list of Liverpool goalscorers.
Carra - The greatest on and off the field, always a joker! 20 February 2006
Carragher made his 400th appearance for Liverpool against Arsenal on 14th of February.
Great matches: Rush got four! 13 February 2006
Chris Wood reflects on the greatest matches in Liverpool's history.
John Wark - The greatest goalscoring midfielder? 9 February 2006
LFChistory met with Ipswich and Liverpool great John Wark.
Great matches: Liverpool beat Roma at their own ground! 6 February 2006
Chris Wood recollects Liverpool's dramatic win over AS Roma in Rome.
Jan Molby - The midfield maestro 2 February 2006
LFChistory interviewed Liverpool legend Jan Molby at length. Molby is a hilarious guy and he has views on everything.
Great matches: Liverpool destroy Internazionale! 30 January 2006
The greatest Liverpool matches ever by Chris Wood.
Great matches: 7 and out for Tottenham 23 January 2006
Liverpool put seven past Tottenham in 1978. One of the best performances in Liverpool's history.
How Benitez built Liverpool 21 January 2006
The side that plays Manchester United tomorrow bears the mark of a manager who has figured out the English game. Article from the Guardian on 21.01.2006.
Why Reds are now Chelsea's main rivals 21 January 2006
Bení­tez has transformed the club's fortunes with improvements in four areas, writes Dominic Fifield in the Guardian.
Great matches: Liverpool beat Bruges over two legs 16 January 2006
Liverpool's second UEFA Cup win was against Bruges which met Liverpool in the European Cup final two years later.
Great matches: Liverpool's first ever FA Cup win 9 January 2006
Liverpool finally won the FA Cup in 1965.
Great matches: Liverpool beat Real in Paris 9 January 2006
Liverpool won the European Cup for the third time in Paris in 1981.
Great matches: Liverpool could have scored six! 2 January 2006
The FA Cup final in 1974 was a one-sided affair for Liverpool vs. Alan Kennedy's and Terry McDermott's Newcastle.
The Wilderness Years by Wooltonian 27 December 2005
Wooltonian looks at the happy period in his life following Liverpool from 1966-1972. At the same time trophyless years of Bill Shankly which were also a happy memory.
A Derby Day Trilogy by Wooltonian 19 December 2005
The incredible merseyside derby games through the eyes of three generations of Brodricks. Liverpool - Everton goals galore.
A week in the life of Billy Liddell by Wooltonian 9 December 2005
An article by Wooltonian based on My Soccer Story, the autobiography of Billy Liddell.
Benitez uncovered 6 December 2005
BBC Sport spoke to Benitez's biographer Paco Lloret to get a better idea of the man Rafael Benítez. Published 6 December 2005.
Billy Liddell - The Original Exocet Missile 6 December 2005
Wooltonian remembers the foundation on which Liddellpool was built, the Liverpool legend Billy Liddell.
An undesirable record for Crouch 4 December 2005
Peter Crouch finally scored after failing to find the target in 18 games. How does he compare with other forwards in Liverpool's history?
LFChistory had a quick chat with Jan Mølby and Ian Rush the other day and asked whether they have any plans to become football managers again.
Exclusive: Jan Molby wants Daniel Agger to join Liverpool 15 November 2005
Jan Molby says in an exclusive interview with LFChistory.net that Brondby's Daniel Agger is good enough to make the grade at Liverpool.
The Bill Shankly Story by Wooltonian 3 November 2005
Wooltonian's excellent portrayal of Shanks, the foundation on which Liverpool is based on.
The Rise of The Scouse and Fall of The Romano Empire 30 October 2005
Wooltonian compares the conquests of the Romans and the Reds.
Roaring 20s by Wooltonian - part 4 26 October 2005
Wooltonian looks at Liverpool matches from 1927-1929.
Roaring 20s by Wooltonian - part 3 25 October 2005
Liverpool beat Everton and Sheffield United 5-1.
Roaring 20s by Wooltonian - part 2 24 October 2005
Wooltonian, one of the most accomplished writers on the Net is featured on LFChistory. In this article he takes a look at Liverpool in the 20s.
Roaring 20s by Wooltonian - part 1 23 October 2005
LFChistory is honoured to publish Wooltonian's Roaring 20's the most comprehensive look at Liverpool in the 20's on the Net.