It is called a metronome.
Its a big red bus.
The History of Liverpool can be traced back to 1190 when the place was known as 'Liuerpul', possibly meaning a pool or creek with muddy water. Other origins of the name have been suggested, including 'elverpool', a reference to the large number of eels in the Mersey, but the definitive origin is open to debate and is probably lost to history. A likely derivation is connected with the Welsh word "Llif" meaning a flood, often used as the proper name for the Atlantic Ocean, whilst "pool" is in general in place names in England derived from the late British or Welsh "Pwll" meaing variously, a pool, an inlet or a pit.
The obvious answer is tottenham! They always finish higher in the league than west ham and have won more silverware over the years!
Players like Gareth Bale would never even think about playing for west ham! so that just proves it!
The only cup west have have won in the last 20 years, yes you heard me right 20 YEARS!!! was the play off final! and that was only because they were so rubbish that they got relegated! Tottenham would never be in that situation as they are just too good!
i think it's liverpool, cause' liverpool are greater, maybe liverpool never win club world cup, and man u ever won it one time, but look at liverpool other trophies, like champions league, liverpool won it 5 time, and man u only 3 times. so i think liverpool is having most fan, especially in europe because liverpool rival in other league is less than manu,
FC Barcelona would be the most entertaining soccer team.
With world-class players such as Lionel Messi, Xavi Hernadez, David Villa, etc., the football played by this team is referred to by many as "champagne football/soccer", due to their beautiful attacking and counter-attacking play.
This team can also easily be categorized as one of the best teams in the world and as well as one of the best teams in the history of "the beautiful game".
Peter Crouch (6 foot 7).
There were two:
John McKenna, who was also the Club Secretary and was friends with the founder John Houlding.
W.E Barclay, he had also been the Manager of Everton Football Club before they had left Anfield for Goodison Park.
Ian Callaghan - 857 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Liverpool_F.C._statistics_and_records#Appearances
Tom Dunbar (Celtic 1888-1891, Rangers 1891-1892, Celtic 1892-1898)
Allan Martin (Rangers 1891-1892, Celtic 1895-1896)
George Livingstone (Celtic 1901-1902, Rangers 1906-1909)
Alex Bennett (Celtic 1903-1908, Rangers 1908-1918)
Tom Sinclair (Rangers 1904-1906, Celtic 1906-1907)
Robert Campbell (Celtic 1905-1906, Rangers 1906-1914)
Hugh Shaw (Rangers 1905-1906, Celtic 1906-1907)
Willie Kivlichan (Rangers 1905-1907, Celtic 1907-1911)
David Taylor (Rangers 1906-1911, Celtic 1918-1919 wartime guest)
Davie McLean (Celtic 1907-1909, Rangers 1918-1919)
Scott_Duncan (Rangers 1913-1918, Celtic 1918-1919 wartime guest)
James Young (Celtic 1917-1918, Rangers 1917-1918)
Tully Craig (Celtic 1919-1922, Rangers 1923-1935)
Alfie Conn, Jr. (Rangers 1968-1974, Celtic 1977-1979)
Mo Johnston (Celtic 1984-1987, Rangers 1989-1992)
Steven Pressley (Rangers 1990-1994, Celtic 2006-2008)
Mark Brown (Rangers 1999-2001, Celtic 2007-2010)
Kenny Miller (Rangers 2000-2001, Celtic 2006-2007, Rangers 2008-2011)
Also Kenny McDowal has coached both teams
Approx £25 million.
In a newspaper interview in 2008, Rafael Benitez stated that the fee was around "£20 million", although this probably includes the reciprocal transfer of Luis Garcia.
Liverpool had a team.That is how it changed
the current goal keeper for Liverpool is Pepe Reina and 2 subs keepers
Liverpool FC won the football league, European cup and the League Cup in 1984. They have also won the League Cup, FA Cup and Uefa Cup in the same year 2001. In 1977 Liverpool FC came close to winning the European Cup, football league and FA cup but they lost in the FA cup final to Manchester United. Ironically Manchester United won the equivalent of that treble in 1999 when they became European Cup, Premier League and FA cup winners. Manchester United also won a treble of trophies in 2008 when they became the first club to become champions of England, champions of Europe and world club champions in the same year.
Below are a list of players that have played for both Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool.
it is a crest with the liver bird in the middle and flames on each side
Liverpool of course hasn't any debts because in 2010 john bought Liverpool forc 350 millions pounds and there is no more debts and also there are 100 million for transfers.And for man utd fans the news are not good because they 700 million debts and maybe in 2 years will be relegated!
As we can see, there are way too many questions about the club. Kenny Dalglish is right; there is a lot to be pleased about at Liverpool. The burden of debt has gone, the new owners seem to have their heart and head in the right place, the kids are doing well as was shown in the next gen series, shirt sponsorship deals are at record breaking levels, but the fact remains, a football club will always be judged by results and the league form has not been good enough. Changing the manager will not help necessarily but at the same time, pressure needs to be put on the current managerial and playing staff to get things right. Let us not forget that this is a club steeped in glory and now, with financial fair play coming in, it really is not the time to turn to mid table mediocrity. The positives are that the squad is still young and can improve; the irritating thing is no one is quite sure what needs to be done. As such, there are times where you have to be decisive and this is the case at Liverpool. As ever, nothing will ever surprise us in football, but be assured, there are some twists and turns to come.
No. I'd like him too but Liverpool couldn't afford his wages or his transfer fee.
Nick Barmby Peter Beardsley Able Xavier Don Hutchison Gary Ablet Im sure there are plenty more, but none that I know off........
The Liverbird is the ancient symbol of the town and later city of Liverpool. The earliest use dates back to the 1350's within the town's corporate charter. In 1668, the Earl of Derby gifted the town council a mace "engraved with a Leaver", the first known reference to a Liver bird by this name. The College of Armsgranted official arms to the city in 1797, with a prominent Liver bird image.