In my time at Anfield we always said we had the best two teams on Merseyside - Liverpool and Liverpool reserves.— Bill Shankly
Genuine Liverpool Fans quotations
At a football club, there's a holy trinity - the players, the manager and the supporters. Directors don't come into it. They are only there to sign the checks.
The difference between Everton and the Queen Mary is that Everton carry more passengers!
I am still a Liverpool fan and will be forever, absolutely
The atmosphere generated by the fans in Celtic's stadium for our visit was the most impressive I've ever witnessed. The grounds of Liverpool and Manchester United are good and the hostile feeling of playing against Real Madrid in the Bernabeu is also excellent, but the atmosphere against Celtic was the best.
When I've got nothing better to do, I look down the league table to see how Everton are getting along.
Liverpool was made for me and I was made for Liverpool.
If you are young and open, and start loving football and really think about it then there are not a lot of alternatives to LFC. If you are a fan of another club it's okay too. But if you want to be a fan of 'the' club then it's Liverpool FC.
My mum dated a guy from Liverpool. The Liverpool fans made up a song that she 'loves Scouse c*ck'
This is the best club in the world with the best fans, so I'm very proud to be a Liverpool player for the next four years and hopefully even longer.
If a player is not interfering with play or seeking to gain an advantage, then he should be.
We have a bow and arrow and if we aim well, we can hit the target.
The problem is that Bayern has a bazooka. The probability that they will hit the target is clearly higher.
There are those who say maybe I should forget about football. Maybe I should forget about breathing.
No amount of money could make me play for Liverpool, that isn't disrespect to Liverpool or their fans, it's respect for Everton
How can I think of leaving Liverpool after a night like this?
Yes, Roger Hunt misses a few, but he gets in the right place to miss them.
I am from a city (Glasgow) that is not unlike Liverpool.
I am joining the people's football club. The majority of people you meet on the street are Everton fans. It is a fantastic opportunity, something you dream about. I said 'yes' right away as it is such a big club.
My son is a Liverpool fan, and he was already kicking a ball before he was one.
He was born in the football city, he had no choice.
England really is the birthplace, the heart and soul of football.
If Barcelona had Liverpool's fans, or Arsenal's, or United's, we'd have won 20 Champions Leagues, hahaha!
Although I'm a Scot, I'd be proud to be called a Scouser.
Liverpool fans were great to me, I still live near the city and they always come up and shake my hand.
You look at Man United and Liverpool, and they are red - they are much more successful and have a bigger fan base than Chelsea or Manchester City.
An official statement from Liverpool raised the spectre of a future where 'a club's rival can bring about a significant ban for a top player without anything beyond an accusation'. But on hearing this, many Manchester United fans would have been asking for a definition of the word 'rival'.
Of course I didn't take my wife to see Rochdale as an anniversary present.
It was her birthday and would I have got married during the football season? Anyway, it was Rochdale reserves.
Winning the Championship is like taking a 26-year ball and chain from around our legs. Now we can go forward, and hopefully dominate English football for the next 10 years, like Liverpool did.
I want to build a team that's invincible, so that they have to send a team from bloody Mars to beat us.
How can I think of leaving Liverpool after a night like this? I am really happy with the club. I will be having talks with the chairman and the manager shortly, but it is looking good. Liverpool fans are crazy, they were unbelievable, and I'd like to dedicate this victory to them.
It's to remind our lads who they're playing for, and to remind the opposition who they're playing against. (on the 'This Anfield' plaque)
Don't worry, Alan. At least you'll be able to play close to a great team. (to Alan Ball, who'd just signed for Everton)
I've still got Paul Scholes' shirt at home which I swapped with him once.
When I was at Liverpool he was one of the players I liked most. Maybe he's not valued as much as he should be in England because of the style of football there and because he keeps a low profile. Perhaps he would have been more valued in Spain, where midfielders like him form part of the 'ideal.' Fans in Spain rate him very highly and I admire him a huge amount.
There's not one club in Europe with an anthem like You'll Never Walk Alone.
There's not one club in the world so united with their fans. I sat there watching the Liverpool fans and they sent shivers down my spine. A mass of 40,000 people became one force behind their team. That's something not many teams have. For that I admire Liverpool more than anything.
Liverpool's grand opera also gave us some light comedy - on hearing the news that the house of goalkeeper Pepe Reina was burgled, and his Porsche stolen, while he was heroically saving penalties at Anfield, fans took a typically witty line: police were said to be interviewing a man from the West London area, a certain Frank Lampard, whose whereabouts on Tuesday between 7.45pm and 10.15pm are unknown. Indeed.
I was a Liverpool fan simply because my dad followed them.
Unfortunately I wasn't born when the team had their golden era, but I enjoyed watching the likes of Michael Owen, Robbie Fowler and Steve McManaman when I was growing up. When Liverpool won the Champions League last year, I went mad. I was shouting so loud I think I woke up the entire village where I live!
It has been so long since Liverpool won the title, I was a 12-year-old Everton fan the last time it happened.
I grew up an Everton fan, my whole family are Everton fans and I grew up hating Liverpool. And that hasn't changed.