100PWSTK: 45. Daniel Agger

Date of birth: December 12, 1984
Place of birth: Rosenhoj
Nationality: Danish
Position: Central defender
Years at the club: 2006-present
Signed from: Brondby
Left for: None
Position in 2006 poll: None

Appearances: 209
Goals: 12
Honours with LFC: 1 League Cup (2011-12)
Did you know? Agger has YNWA tattooed on the knuckles of his right hand
Where is he now? Still at the club

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100 Players Who Shook The Kop: 4. Robbie Fowler

Maintaining fourth position in your 100 Players Who Shook the Kop list is a Scouse striker who thrilled the Kop during the mid-1990s and completed an emotional return in 2006…


Date of birth: April 9, 1975
Place of birth: Toxteth
Nationality: English
Position: Striker
Years at the club: 1993-2001, 2006-07
Signed from: Apprentice, Manchester City
Left for: Leeds,Cardiff
Position in 2006 poll: 4

Robbie Fowler shook the Kop with eight years of goal after goal after goal for the Reds before further cementing his emotional bond with the club and its fans by dramatically returning for a second spell at Anfield.

A natural finisher in every sense, Fowler could find the back of the net in any scenario; he was equally lethal with his left foot, right foot or head, from long range, inside the opposition area and the penalty spot.

The humble Scouser, who was adored by the Liverpool faithful for his benevolent attitude towards them and the city, typified the mid-1990s excitement surrounding the club - a period in which Robbie broke the 30-goal barrier in three consecutive seasons.

Whispers regarding a precocious new talent were spreading around Merseyside long before Fowler first appeared in a Liverpool shirt and the rumours were right: the youngster netted on his debut at Fulham and smacked five past the same opponents a fortnight later.

The 1993-94 campaign brought a total of 18 goals in all competitions for the striker, including a hat-trick at home to Southampton, precipitating an incredible three-year burst which catapulted Robbie into superstardom.

Still wearing No.23 on his back at that stage, Fowler featured in every single Premier League match that season and made headlines in just the second fixture by scoring an historic treble which few fans will ever forget.

Arsenal were the visitors to Anfield in August 1994 and had navigated the opening 25 minutes without issue, until the Toxteth native altered events. Robbie struck in the 26th, 29th and 31st minutes to record the fastest hat-trick in league history at just 4 minutes and 35 seconds.

He ended the campaign with 31 goals in all competitions and a League Cup winners’ medal around his neck. In the two seasons that followed, the soon-to-be No.9 added totals of 36 and 31 again as Roy Evans created an entertaining, swashbuckling outfit which came close to championship glory.

A succession of injuries, coupled with the rapid emergence of Michael Owen, affected Fowler’s contribution during the years that followed - but the man nicknamed ‘God’ on the Kop overcame Gerard Houllier’s rotation policy to play a crucial role in the treble season of 2000-01.

Robbie smashed home a sensational long-range volley in the League Cup final success against Birmingham, played in the FA Cup final victory over Arsenal and converted a superb solo goal after entering the UEFA Cup showpiece with Alaves as a substitute.

Much to the dismay of the local lad and the fans who loved him, Houllier sanctioned the unlikely sale of Fowler to Leeds in November 2001. The story seemed to be over, but in January 2006 Rafael Benitez swooped to bring ‘God’ back and galvanise Anfield.

Now into his 30s, Robbie’s playing style was much changed to the quick, instinctive forward who was unstoppable a decade earlier; instead the front-man’s currency was his vision, football brain and still accurate shooting.

In 16 appearances following his emotional return, he chipped in with a respectable five goals and was rewarded with another year by Benitez. A further seven goals followed in 2006-07 before Fowler said a second goodbye to the Kop at home to Charlton.

Remarkably, Robbie was handed another opportunity to experience the Anfield atmosphere just last Saturday - when he made a 20-minute cameo in Steven Gerrard’s testimonial. The deafening reaction when ‘God’ stepped up to join the action tells you more than any words could what Fowler means to Kopites.

Appearances: 369
Goals: 183
Honours with LFC: 1 FA Cup (2000-01), 1 UEFA Cup (2000-01), 2 League Cups (1994-95, 2000-01)
Did you know? Fowler received a UEFA fair play award in 1997 after imploring the referee not to wrongly award a penalty after a ‘foul’ on the striker by David Seaman
Where is he now? Retired



100PWSTK: 1. Steven Gerrard

Date of birth: May 30, 1980
Place of birth: Whiston
Nationality: English
Position: Midfield
Years at the club: 1998-present
Signed from: Apprentice
Left for: None
Position in 2006 poll: 2

Appearances: 630
Goals: 159
Honours with LFC: 1 Champions League (2004-05), 2 FA Cups (2000-01, 2005-06), 3 League Cups (2000-01, 2002-03, 2011-2012), 1 UEFA Cup (2000-01)
Did you know? Gerrard has scored more goals for Liverpool in European competition than any other player, with 39
Where is he now? Still at the club


100PWSTK: 10. Sami Hyypia

Date of birth: October 7, 1973
Place of birth: Porvoo
Nationality: Finnish
Position: Centre-back
Years at the club: 1999-2009
Signed from: Willem II
Left for: Bayer Leverkusen
Position in 2006 poll: 38

Appearances: 464
Goals: 35
Honours with LFC: 1 Champions League (2004-05), 2 FA Cups (2000-01, 2005-06), 2 League Cups (2000-01, 2002-03), 1 UEFA Cup (2000-01)
Did you know? Hyypia was named Finnish player of the year nine times
Where is he now? Manager of Bayer Leverkusen


100PWSTK: 9. Fernando Torres

Date of birth: March 20, 1984
Place of birth: Madrid
Nationality: Spanish
Position: Striker
Years at the club: 2007-11
Signed from: Atletico Madrid
Left for: Chelsea
Position in 2006 poll: None

Appearances: 142
Goals: 81
Honours with LFC: None
Did you know? Torres’ nickname, El Niño, translates into ‘The Kid’
Where is he now? Chelsea


100PWSTK: 3. Ian Rush

Date of birth: October 20, 1961
Place of birth: St Asaph
Nationality: Welsh
Position: Striker
Years at the club: 1980-87, 1988-96
Signed from: Chester, Juventus
Left for: Juventus, Leeds
Position in 2006 poll: 3

Appearances: 660
Goals: 346
Honours with LFC: 2 European Cups (1980-81, 1983-84),5 First Division titles (1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1985-86, 1989-90), 3 FA Cups (1985-86, 1988-89, 1991-92), 5 League Cups (1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1994-95)
Did you know? Rush scored a massive 25 goals for the Reds against our local neighbours, Everton
Where is he now? Retired and working as an LFC ambassador


100PWSTK: 8. Billy Liddell

Date of birth: January 10, 1922
Place of birth: Townhill
Nationality: Scottish
Position: Forward
Years at the club: 1946-60
Signed from: Lochgelly Violet
Left for: Retired
Position in 2006 poll: 6

Appearances: 534
Goals: 228
Honours with LFC: 1 First Division title (1946-47)
Did you know? Liddell holds the record as the oldest goalscorer in Liverpool history, at 38 years and 55 days
Where is he now? Passed away in 2001


100PWSTK: 7. John Barnes

Date of birth: November 7, 1963
Place of birth: Kingston
Nationality: English
Position: Winger
Years at the club: 1987-97
Signed from: Watford
Left for: Newcastle
Position in 2006 poll: 5

Appearances: 407
Goals: 108
Honours with LFC: 2 First Division titles (1987-88, 1989-90), 2 FA Cups (1988-89, 1991-92), 1 League Cup (1994-95)
Did you know? In 2007, Barnes appeared on the UK TV show ‘Strictly Come Dancing’
Where is he now? A television pundit


100PWSTK: 4. Robbie Fowler

Date of birth: April 9, 1975
Place of birth: Toxteth
Nationality: English
Position: Striker
Years at the club: 1993-2001, 2006-07
Signed from: Apprentice, Manchester City
Left for: Leeds,Cardiff
Position in 2006 poll: 4

Appearances: 369
Goals: 183
Honours with LFC: 1 FA Cup (2000-01), 1 UEFA Cup (2000-01), 2 League Cups (1994-95, 2000-01)
Did you know? Fowler received a UEFA fair play award in 1997 after imploring the referee not to wrongly award a penalty after a ‘foul’ on the striker by David Seaman
Where is he now? Retired


100PWSTK: 2. Kenny Dalglish

Date of birth: March 4, 1951
Place of birth: Glasgow
Nationality: Scottish
Position: Forward
Years at the club: 1977-90
Signed from: Celtic
Left for: Resigned as manager
Position in 2006 poll: 1

Appearances: 515
Goals: 172
Honours with LFC: 3 European Cups (1977-78, 1980-81, 1983-84), 6 First Division titles (1978-79, 1979-80, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1985-86), 1 FA Cup (1985-86), 4 League Cups (1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84)
Did you know? Dalglish had a trial with the Reds as a 15-year-old, 11 years before he actually signed for the club
Where is he now? Writing a regular newspaper column and conducting charity work


100PWSTK: 5. Luis Suarez

Date of birth: January 24, 1987
Place of birth: Salto
Nationality: Uruguayan
Position: Forward
Years at the club: 2011-present
Signed from: Ajax
Left for: None
Position in 2006 poll: None

Appearances: 96
Goals: 51
Honours with LFC: 1 League Cup (2011-12)
Did you know? Suarez’s daughter is called Delfina, an anagram of Anfield
Where is he now? Still at the club