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Liverpool FC History - Best Club Premier League

Liverpool FC History -

Best Club Premier League : Liverpool Football Club (also known as Liverpool or the Reds) is a football club Premier League participants.

Liverpool is the most successful club in English football history is based in the city of Liverpool.

Liverpool has won five Champions League trophies (formerly Champions Cup), which was a record Inggris.

18 English League titles, seven FA Cups, as well as, 7 times League Cup winners.

They are at Anfield Stadium, which is located about 4.8 miles from Liverpool city center. This is history of Liverpool FC, the best club Premier League.

History
One of the most successful clubs in Great Britain. Founded in 1892 due to the feud between the Committee of Everton FC with John Holding as President of Club which also owns the stadium Anfield. As a result of that feud, eventually moving to Everton Goodison Park stadium and John Holding makes Anfield stadium as the home of Liverpool FC to the present.

The club was named after Everton FC and Athletic Grounds, Ltd.., Or Everton Athletic summarized, but the FA refused to admit there are two teams named Everton.

Finally, in June 1892 John Houlding was eventually chose the name Liverpool FC. Liverpool incarnates a serious force in English football competition.

In his first season, Liverpool won the Lancashire League before joining the Second Division League in season 1893/94. In his first season in Division II Premier League, Liverpool FC became an instant champion and reserve the right to promotion to the Premier League First Division (now Premier League).

It did not take long for Liverpool to taste the title in the league, because in his first season in Division I of this (season 1900/01), Liverpool won the Division One and again five years later.

Liverpool FC won the league two successful consecutive seasons of 1921/22 and 1922/23 seasons, but did not get the trophy again until the 1946/47 season when it won the league title to 5.

FA Cup Final first performed in 1914, although eventually they defeated Burnley 1-0. After wading Division I for more than 50 years, finally Liverpool FC in decline and relegated to the Second Division in season 1953/54.

Liverpool had struggled before finally coming Bill Shankly as manager in December 1959. Shankly overhaul a massive team with 24 players off the old and use a room at Anfield stadium to hold a meeting of coaching.

This room is on call 'The Boot Room' which successfully gave birth to the legendary Liverpool managers at a later date. In this room that Bill Shankly and members of the 'Boot Room' like Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan and Reuben Bennett began to build the strength of Liverpool FC are the envy of the enemy team.

The results of the renovations done by Bill Shankly coming to fruition when the successful promotion to Division I in the 1961/62 season and won the league in season 1963/64.

After winning the first FA Cup in 1965 and won the League in the 1965/66 season, Bill Shankly managed to dedicate League title and UEFA Cup in 1972/73 season. The next season, Bill Shankly managed to present the FA Cup title after slaying Newcastle United 3-0. No one expected that the FA Cup title was the last offering of a Bill Shankly.

Because of a sudden Bill Shankly decided to retire. Players and Liverpool (the nickname for fans of Liverpool FC) tried to persuade, even the workers at Liverpool threatened to strike.

But Bill Shankly remain on the managerial position and handed the stick to his assistant of Bob Paisley. Bill Shankly eventually retired in 1974 and joined Liverpool in the stands the Kop.

Liverpool's triumph continued with Bill Shankly Bob Paisley who was then aged 55.

He served as manager of Liverpool FC from 1974 until 1983 and only in the early years of Bob Paisley was not able to provide the title for Liverpool FC.

Over the past 9 years served as manager Bob Paisley Liverpool FC, he gave a total of 21 trophies, including three Champions Cups, 1 UEFA Cup, six English Premier League champions and three League Cups in a row.

With all of the title was not wrong when Bob Paisley became the most successful manager ever deal with English clubs. Not only successful to give the title for Liverpool FC, but Bob Paisley was also successful in regenerating the body of Liverpool FC to the appearance of the young stars such as Graeme Souness, Alan Hansen, Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush.

Although Bob Paisley will inherit a young squad who are very great and talented, but with all the nicks that title would be very hard for any successor.

As the successor to Bob Paisley, who retired in 1983, Joe Fagan who was then 62 years old, managed to offer for Liverpool's treble of League championship, League Cup winners and Champions Cup winners.

This achievement makes Liverpool FC as a British football club that won three titles at once in a season. Unfortunately, it's a little golden record tarnished by an incident at the Heysel stadium.

The incident happened before the Champions Cup final between Liverpool and Juventus FC, killing 39 people, mostly Juventus supporters. This incident resulted in the prohibition to all British football clubs to compete in Europe for 5 years.

Liverpool FC and barred from all European competition for 10 years finally reduced to six years. In addition, 14 Liverpudlian admitting guilt for the incident known as the Heysel tragedy.

After that horrible incident, Joe Fagan decided to retire and provide managerial baton next to Kenny Dalglish who was appointed as player-manager.

Joe Fagan hand over managerial duties to Kenny Dalglish of Liverpool FC who by then had become a great player but still have to prove the capability as a manager.

During the leadership of Kenny Dalglish, Liverpool FC won the Premier League was taken 3 times and the FA Cup winners as much as 2 times, including a double degree Premier League champions and FA Cup winners in 1985/86 season.

When not exposed to sanctions from UEFA, Liverpool FC can certainly be a serious contender to win the Champions Cup at the time.

Liverpool FC's success in the leadership of Kenny Dalglish again overshadowed the other terrible events of Hillsborough tragedy. In the game the FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forrest on April 15, 1989, hundreds of spectators outside the stadium burst into the stadium which resulted in Liverpudlian who was in the stands sandwiched stadium railing.

This resulted in 94 Liverpudlian died at the scene, a Liverpudlian died four days later in hospital and a Liverpudlian others died after a coma for 4 years. As a result of the Hillsborough tragedy was the British government conducted a study back on the safety factor of football stadiums in the country.

Known as the Taylor Report, states that the cause of the Hillsborough tragedy was a factor that exceeds the capacity stadium crowd because of lack of anticipation of the security forces.

Eventually the British government passed legislation that requires each division I England to abolish the stands stood up.

After becoming a living witness of the tragedy of Heysel and Hillsborough terrible, 'King' Kenny Dalglish never be separated from the trauma upon himself. Finally on February 22, 1990 he announced his resignation as manager of Liverpool FC.

The announcement is very shocking the football world at the time, because Liverpool FC is competing with Arsenal in the Premier League title race.

Reasons mentioned by Kenny Dalglish when it is no longer able to face pressure in menahkodai Liverpool FC. Over the past few weeks are handled by the Liverpool FC first team coach Ronnie Moran before Liverpool FC appoint Graeme Souness as the next manager.

'King' Kenny Dalglish later remembered as the greatest legends of Liverpool FC as very successful both as a player and manager.
The departure of 'King' Kenny Dalglish and 2 terrible tragedy (Heysel and Hillsborough) seem to provide trauma, punishment or curse deep for Liverpool Football Club.

The arrival of Graeme Souness did not change the fortunes of Liverpool FC. Although Souness could give the FA Cup in 1992, but with the transfer policy is less good players and implementation strategies are a little confusing to make Liverpool's inconsistent season.

Another thing that ties between Souness and Liverpool is when Souness told his health recovery process after a heart operation to the newspaper The Sun.

As it is known that people in Merseyside boycott of The Sun newspaper that often cornered Liverpudlian about Hillsborough tragedy. On January 28, 1994 Graeme Souness resigned as manager of Liverpool FC after the exit from the League Cup and FA Cup.

Coach Roy Evans was appointed as the next manager of Liverpool FC. Liverpool FC is at number eight league worst result for 29 years.

Although winning the title champion Graeme Souness is not successful, but his tenure was born many young talents such as: Robbie Fowler, Steve McManaman, Jamie Redknapp, Rob Jones and David James.

The next Liverpool manager Roy Evans is a senior coach who has been with Liverpool FC for over 30 years. In the 1994/95 season, Liverpool was ranked fifth Premier League and won the League Cup by beating Bolton Wanderers by a score of 2-1.

Roy Evans managed to restore the hallmark of Liverpool's game of 'pass and move'. But the beautiful game beautifully and Liverpool FC at the time this is not balanced enough determination and aggressiveness of the players, so the Liverpool during the Roy Evans is often called the 'Spice Boys'.

In addition to the more mature players such as Robbie Fowler, Steve McManaman and Jamie Redknapp, during Roy Evans appeared coaching young talent called Michael Owen who scored 18 goals and became the PFA Young Player of the Year Award in 1998.

In season 1998/99 Liverpool FC draw the Frenchman Gerard Houllier in a partnership with Roy Evans as a 'joint manager'. But Roy Evans was not suitable in collaboration with Gerard Houllier, so resigned in November 1998. After becoming sole manager, Houllier overhauled the team by including players such as Sami Hyypia, Stephan Henchoz, Markus Babbel, Dietmar Hamann, Gary McAllister and Emile Heskey.

In addition to emerging young star Michael Owen, Houllier also succeeded in promoting young talent with incredible talent named Steven Gerrard. 2001 being the year's best Liverpool FC after declining achievements in previous years.

At this year's Liverpool FC won the League Cup, FA Cup, UEFA Cup, Shield and Charity Cup UEFA Super Cup. This success led to a glimmer of hope for Liverpool to be Premier League title last won in 1990. In 2003 Liverpool FC won the League Cup and was ranked fourth in the 1993/94 season so eligible for Champions League qualification. Although it managed to give a title for Liverpool FC, but the defensive tactics adopted Gerard Houllier could be considered not competing to win the English League title.

Defensive tactics and rely on counterattacks very easily anticipated by the opponent, so that on May 24, 2004 Gerard Houllier was replaced by Rafael Benitez.

Rafael Benitez came to Liverpool FC after successfully bringing Valencia won the Spanish league 2 times and the UEFA Cup. Liverpool Hope to be Premier League champions again soar after Benitez had put Liverpool FC win the Champions League for the 5th time.

At the final party that is remembered as the greatest of all time, Liverpool FC beat AC Milan after behind 0-3 in the first round. But goals from captain Steven Gerrard, Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso penalty put Liverpool FC into the extra period and penalties. Liverpool FC goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek became a hero after successfully holding penalty Shevchenko.

The victory in the Champions League final which is the reason for the captain and living legend Steven Gerrard Liverpool FC not to move to another club. The decision is welcomed by the Liverpudlian. Liverpool FC boss Rafael Benitez was then taken to be the European Super Cup champion by beating UEFA Cup champions CSKA Moscow with a score of 3-1.

FA Cup trophy in 2006 became the last presented by Rafael Benitez for Liverpool FC. On the way to the FA Cup final, Liverpool beat Luton Town FC with a score of 5-3, Manchester 1-0, Birmingham City beat Chelsea 7-0 and 2-1 in the semi-finals.

Liverpool FC in the final to beat West Ham United with Steven Gerrard as Man Of The Match. Steven Gerrard gave the bait to the first goal, volleyed for goal 2 and did a phenomenal long-distance kick in minute 91. With the score 3-3 the game finally resumed with the extra time and penalties.

Although during the match goalkeeper Pepe Reina made several fatal mistakes, but at the penalty shoot-out managed to hold 3 of 4 West Ham United's players kick. FA Cup Final is referred to as the 'Gerrard Final him' and recorded as the final best in the modern era of the FA Cup.

After winning the Community Shield Cup in 2006 and reached the 2007 Champions League final, season-next season to season without a title for Rafael Benitez and Liverpool FC. The only encouraging news for Liverpool is the return of 'King' Kenny Dalglish to Liverpool FC Youth Academy gave birth in 2009.

Rafael Benitez finally berhaenti on June 3, 2010 and was replaced by Roy Hodgson. During the leadership of Rafael Benitez, Liverpool FC have two times the transition of ownership of the club.

The first was in 2007 when it was bought by George Gillett and Tom Hicks, and in 2010 when Liverpool FC to take control from the New England Sports Ventures owned by John W. Henry.

July 1, 2010 Roy Hodgson officially dealing with Liverpool FC for three years. In a press statement saying Roy Hodgson is very proud to be able to handle a club of Liverpool FC and can not wait to meet with the players, Liverpool and wanted to get to work at Melwood. But the situation at Liverpool FC at the time was still very uncertain because it is in the transition of ownership.

Frenzied news about the bankruptcy of the club and a prolonged transition process greatly affects the atmosphere in Liverpool FC at the time. Liverpool FC finally started the 2010/11 season was very bad.

Until mid-October of Liverpool FC in the relegation zone and lost to second division club Northampton Town. In addition Liverpool FC to face the threat reduction 9 points from the FA if they can not resolve the situation internally.

Finally in January 2011 Liverpool FC and Roy Hodgson have agreed to terminate cooperation and subsequently held the position of manager by 'King' Kenny Dalglish for a 2nd time until the end of the season.

Precisely January 8, 2011 'King' Kenny Dalglish officially served as manager of Liverpool FC for the 2nd time. Although in the opening match defeat in the FA Cup, but the 'King' Kenny Dalglish managed to restore a player's performance and characteristics 'pass and move' Liverpool FC.

The proof of 'King' Kenny Dalglish managed to lift Liverpool FC from the relegation zone to a position six Premier League standings.

These results are not out of courage 'King' Kenny Dalglish to sell star players like Fernando Torres then bought Luis Suarez of Ajax Amsterdam and Andy Carroll from Newcastle United.

Courage in the case of young players such as installing: Martin Kelly, Jay Spearing and Danny Wilson had decent thumbs up. Raihan is what makes many people insist that 'King' Kenny Dalglish on a permanent contract as manager of Liverpool FC.

Symbol
Coat 'Liver Bird' first appeared in uniform Liverpool FC in the FA Cup final in 1950. The symbol that has significantly become part of a long journey Liverpool FC.

Liverpool emblem is experiencing the first change in the season 1955/56 in which the images 'Liver Bird' in the circle and writing Ouval LFC under 'Liver Bird'. The symbol of this version lasted until 1968.

In 1968 a decision was taken to introduce a more modern symbol of the club. Coat 'Liver Bird' embroidered directly into the player by getting rid of the line uniform a foothold in the legs 'Liver Bird' and eliminate Ouval circle. This symbol survived until 1987, where in 1985 the uniform changed from the Umbro sponsor to Adidas.

Along with the change of uniform sponsorship, then the symbol of Liverpool in 1987 changed that to 3.

Coat 'Liver Bird' back in the shield as the first symbol of Liverpool FC, but this time the writing of Liverpool Football Club under the 'Liver Bird' is not in the brief.

This symbol survived until 1992, when Liverpool FC will hold a celebration of the 100th anniversary year.

To celebrate 100 years of Liverpool FC, the club emblem experienced significant changes. The addition of ornaments 'Shankly Gates' with the words 'You'll Never Walk Alone' on the shield 'Liver Bird' is meant to remind the service manager Bill Shankly who has been a solid foundation for Liverpool FC.

Inside the shield there is writing 100 years of Liverpool Football Club and the symbol 'Liver Bird'. Then under the shield there are writings from 1892 to 1992 figures.

In 1993 the symbol of the club again changed with the addition of twin flames at either side of the shield 'Liver Bird'. Twin flames is to commemorate the Liverpudlian who became victims of the Hillsborough tragedy. Liverpool emblem latter is not much changed until 1999.

The emblem of Liverpool FC are currently made in 1999 only by the composition of two colors. But since 2002, the emblem of Liverpool FC made with 'full color' as it is today.

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