quote by Bill Shankly

In my time at Anfield we always said we had the best two teams on Merseyside - Liverpool and Liverpool reserves.

— Bill Shankly

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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.


Liverpool football club quote Football, beer, and above all gambling, filled up the horizon of their minds. To
Football, beer, and above all gambling, filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult.

We are Liverpool Football Club and the expectations are so high.

Liverpool football club quote That's the beauty of sport. Sometimes you laugh, sometimes you cry.
That's the beauty of sport. Sometimes you laugh, sometimes you cry.
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Liverpool was made for me and I was made for Liverpool.

The most important people at Liverpool Football Club are the people who want to be here.

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.


Liverpool football club quote Of course, my father was a soccer player. He used to play very good. Then I was
Of course, my father was a soccer player. He used to play very good. Then I was young, eight or nine years, ten years old, I just want to be like my father.

Above all, I would like to be remembered as a man who was selfless, who strove and worried so that others could share the glory, and who built up a family of people who could hold their heads up high and say 'We're Liverpool'.

If a player is not interfering with play or seeking to gain an advantage, then he should be.

Liverpool Football Club is the heartland of football folklore

There are those who say maybe I should forget about football. Maybe I should forget about breathing.

I always wanted to be a one-club man, I always wanted to play for Liverpool.

If I had gone out of the team in my twenties or early thirties I would've left because I love playing football.


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.

You have to know what club you are playing for, or you just play for yourself.

Every time I put on a Liverpool shirt, I know it is more than just a football game.

I’m just one of the people who stands on the Kop.

They think the same as I do, and I think the same as they do. It’s a kind of marriage of people who like each other.

If you're not sure what to do with the ball, just pop it in the net and we'll discuss your options afterwards.

It has been an honor and a privilege to have had the chance to come back to Liverpool Football Club as manager.


We don't have any splits here. The players country is Liverpool Football Club and their language is football.

I want to build a team that's invincible, so that they have to send a team from bloody Mars to beat us.

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)

My head is in Liverpool and on helping save our season.

I am professional and I always fulfil my deals. I haven't considered leaving, although in football that depends on the club.

I will leave no stone unturned in my quest - and that quest will be relentless - to try and get Liverpool back on the map again as a successful football club.