|2||136||West Ham United|
|20||On the bench|
|1||European Super Cup|
|1||West Ham United|
23/11/2018 by Glenn Billingham - Thesefootballtimes.
21 February 2016
We are pleased to welcome columnist Declan Sloan aboard at LFChistory.net. He takes a look at important penalties for Liverpool throughout the years.
Liverpool's first ever team was known as The team of the Macs back in 1892-93. John Martin picks out four other Macs from later in Liverpool's history.
Liverpool Daily Post article on 26th May 2000.
Liverpoolfv.tv report on Liverpool - Alaves on 16.05.2001.
The Guardian report on Coventry - Liverpool on 28.04.2001.
The Guardian report on Everton - Liverpool on 16.04.2001.
Liverpool Echo report on Arsenal - Liverpool on 21.08.2000.
Liverpool Echo report on Liverpool - Bradford on 19.08.2000.
Liverpool's summer signings in the 2000/2001 season raised more than a few eyebrows.
Gary McAllister insists in May 2001 he should have scored even more goals this season.
Gary McAllister reflects on his final appearance in a Liverpool jersey:
"I'll never forget today and I'll never forget how good the fans have been to me during my time at Anfield. I will never forget today and I want to thank all the fans who gave me such a great ovation. They were immense. I thought I would get a decent reception but that surpassed all my wildest dreams. That sort of ovation is normally reserved for players who have won European Cups for a club.
It was a brilliant day and it was nice to hear the Kop's humour at its best again when they were telling me to go back to Coventry."
Macca in May 2002
"Gary’s the best golfer in the team — a two handicapper. I’m having lessons to try to give him a proper challenge. We all wish he would do something about his footwear. He has four or five terrible pairs of two-tone shoes which look like they have been hired from a ten-pin bowling alley — yet he thinks they are the height of fashion."
Owen in 2001 on Gary Mac
"There was a time when I went into training and we were off to Rome, then on a jet to Cardiff for the League Cup final, then Barcelona, then Portugal, then down to qualify for the Champions League at Charlton. That's what you come into football for, to be involved in the best games against the best players where there's a lot at stake. It was magic."
Macca in 2004
Just a moment of inspiration I just went for it and it just managed to creep in the bottom corner, it just manages to miss a couple on the 18 yard line a few of the Everton players who could have got a head on it I think they were taken a wee bit by surprise that I went for goal, I think it was even suggested that it was a fluke but no, I´ve got to tell you that I did mean it, I did mean it!
Gary Mac on his spectacular free-kick 40 yards from goal deep into injury time in the Merseyside derby at Goodison
|Club||Season||Club rank||League apps||League goals||Total apps||Total goals|
|Leicester City||1985-1986||England First Division||31||7||33||8|
|Leicester City||1986-1987||England First Division||39||9||43||11|
|Leicester City||1987-1988||England Second Division||42||9||50||10|
|Leicester City||1988-1989||England Second Division||46||11||53||12|
|Leicester City||1989-1990||England Second Division||43||10||46||10|
|Leeds United||1990-1991||England First Division||38||2||55||5|
|Leeds United||1991-1992||England First Division||42||5||47||5|
|Leeds United||1992-1993||England Premier League||32||5||43||9|
|Leeds United||1993-1994||England Premier League||42||8||47||8|
|Leeds United||1994-1995||England Premier League||41||6||47||6|
|Leeds United||1995-1996||England Premier League||36||5||50||9|
|Coventry City||1996-1997||England Premier League||38||6||46||7|
|Coventry City||1997-1998||England Premier League||14||0||18||2|
|Coventry City||1998-1999||England Premier League||29||3||33||4|
|Coventry City||1999-2000||England Premier League||38||1||43||3|
|Coventry City||2002-2003||England First Division||41||7||46||9|
|Coventry City||2003-2004||England First Division||14||3||14||3|