|11||West Ham United|
|2||Paris St Germain|
|41||England Premier League|
|2||European Cup Winners Cup|
|Total||Goal minute period|
|150||26.12.1994||Leicester City||Filbert Street||League|
|350||30.01.1999||Coventry City||Highfield Road||League|
Published 24/08/2017 by Steven Scragg on thesefootballtimes.co.
LFChistory.net recently met former striker Michael Robinson in Madrid and had a good chat with him about his career.
Various reports from British Soccer Week, International Express and the UK Mail.
An article by Paul Walker on 19.01.1998.
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.
Press Association report on Liverpool - Wimbledon on 10.01.1998.
An article from The Daily Mirror in January 1999.
Match report from The Guardian on Liverpool - Wimbledon on 16.05.1999.
Match report from Sunday Telegraph on Coventry - Liverpool on 30.01.1999.
Match report from Press Association on Valencia - Liverpool on 03.11.1998.
Match report from The Press Association on Liverpool - Bolton on 02.04.1995.
Match report from British Soccer Week on Liverpool - Sheffield Wednesday on 01.10.1994.
Press Association match report on Leeds United - Liverpool on 26.08.1997.
Match report from British Soccer Week on Liverpool - Notts County on 31.03.1992.
Match report from British Soccer Week on Liverpool - Sheffield United on 11.11.1992.
Match report from 30.12.1995 by Peter Went of "Press Association"
Match report from on 09.05.1992.
Match report from 19.08.1996 by Martin Lipton of "Press Association".
In 1990, 5 years after Heysel, English clubs were re-admitted to the European fold. Liverpool, however, had to wait another year before their own exile was ended. LFC fan Chris Wood leads us through Liverpool's European story.
An article on the Scouser in Real Madrid's star-studded team published 04.03.2001 in The Observer.
Steve McManaman confirmed the worst fears of his Liverpool employers last night by admitting that he has signed a transfer agreement with Real Madrid which will earn him around £14 million over the next five years.
"We've another boy who's ten and if he sees a tin can on his way to school, he steps over it. Steven was the opposite."
Steve McManaman's father
"There was a buzz about McManaman from early on. He comes from Kirkdale and everyone on Scotland Road was talking about Steve McManaman and from the moment he came into the side you could see why. He had that ability to beat defenders with ease and with just a drop of the shoulder or a jink he would be away. He was so naturally talented but it was easy to forget how much work he got through in a Liverpool shirt. There was no-one who ran more and he was a natural athlete and he ran and ran and ran."
Tony Barrett on Steve McManaman
This was a big major important contract and if I were to sign for Liverpool, a 3, 4, 5 year deal, it would’ve taken me into my early thirties and I don’t think I’d have played abroad then. And it was something that if I didn’t do now, at 35, 36 I’d look back and would’ve regretted it I think and I don’t want that to happen.
Liverpool lost Steve McManaman to Los Galacticos on a Bosman free in 1999.
|Club||Season||Club rank||League apps||League goals||Total apps||Total goals|
|Real Madrid||1999-2000||Spain 1||28||3||40||4|
|Real Madrid||2000-2001||Spain 1||28||2||39||2|
|Real Madrid||2001-2002||Spain 1||23||2||36||4|
|Real Madrid||2002-2003||Spain 1||15||1||21||3|
|Manchester City||2003-2004||England Premier League||22||0||30||0|
|Manchester City||2004-2005||England Premier League||13||0||14||0|