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Old 26-02-08, 06:02 PM   #41
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One of my personal favourites is keeper Michael Stensgaard, who never made the first team after dislocating his shoulder putting up an ironing board.

He was a Danish Under-21 international and really highly rated, and I can remember slagging off Evans for not giving him a chance when James was at the peak of his Calamity phase.

Now retired according to Wiki. Cost £400,000.
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Mike Hooper - ended up as a bouncer in some club in Chester-le-Street, nr Durham

I remember reading that a few years ago - wonder if he has progressed his career since then
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Old 26-02-08, 06:09 PM   #43
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Daniel Sjolund.

Signed by Ged for £1m from West Ham as part of the Rigobert Song deal, he moved on to Djurgårdens, where he still plays.

He is another ex-LFC striker who has gone on to become prolific - with 18 goals in 107 appearances.
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Old 26-02-08, 06:14 PM   #44
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neil mellor, ant le tallac.....

i see josemi is still getting on the bench with villareal and antonio nunez is playing in the segunda with my local club celta vigo - surely two of the worst players to get in a champions league winning photograph.....
There was something on Tribalfootball today (yes, I know) with quotes from Mellor saying he swiped a loser's medal in 2005 which had been left there by a pissed off Milan player, seeing as he didn't get a winner's medal!
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Old 26-02-08, 06:15 PM   #45
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Oyvind Leonhardsen - 41 appearances, 7 goals for Stromsgodset last season in a title winning year
Stromsgodset sure as hell didn't win any titles last year, but they are a part of our history by being the team who has lost to us with the largest margin ever.
11-0 in a european match back in the 70's.
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Old 26-02-08, 06:16 PM   #46
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Wasn't it Mellor who broke John Welsh's leg and effectively ruined his career? (Preston v Hull)
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Old 26-02-08, 06:18 PM   #47
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Jimmy Carter anyone?
Working in a kebab shop according to Pete.

Whatever happened to Steve Harkness? By god he was shite.

Daniel Sjolund was another, was supposed to be the next Owen or something.
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Old 26-02-08, 06:20 PM   #48
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There was something on Tribalfootball today (yes, I know) with quotes from Mellor saying he swiped a loser's medal in 2005 which had been left there by a pissed off Milan player, seeing as he didn't get a winner's medal!
Thommo picked those up from the milan dressing room, as many where left behind, he gave them to some of the lads that helped up reach the final with out having a place in the squad. Mellor, Pongo, Warnock don't remember who else that didn't get a medal.
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Old 26-02-08, 06:24 PM   #49
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Thommo picked those up from the milan dressing room, as many where left behind, he gave them to some of the lads that helped up reach the final with out having a place in the squad. Mellor, Pongo, Warnock don't remember who else that didn't get a medal.
Thommo?!

Thought it was Pellegrino who did that....
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Thommo picked those up from the milan dressing room, as many where left behind, he gave them to some of the lads that helped up reach the final with out having a place in the squad. Mellor, Pongo, Warnock don't remember who else that didn't get a medal.
Was that Thommo - I thought that was Pellegrino??
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Mike Hooper - ended up as a bouncer in some club in Chester-le-Street, nr Durham

I remember reading that a few years ago - wonder if he has progressed his career since then
He keeps goal for us in the masters 5-a-side
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Old 26-02-08, 06:28 PM   #52
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Was that Thommo - I thought that was Pellegrino??
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He keeps goal for us in the masters 5-a-side
That's Bob Bolder isn't it?? Always a huge grin on his face when he plays
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Thommo?!

Thought it was Pellegrino who did that....

you are right, got it mixed up...
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I was surprised to see Rigobert Song playing for Cameroon in the African Nations' Cup. I thought he was an old man when he played for us - apparently not. He's still only 31 and has been at Galatasaray the last few years. I also remember a player called Lleyton Maxwell coming through around the same time as Djimi Traore. Their careers have diverged since. Djimi, European Champion, Lleyton last spotted playing for Connah's Quay Nomads.
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Old 26-02-08, 06:51 PM   #56
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Song captained Galatasaray last season against us in the Champions League
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Old 26-02-08, 06:58 PM   #57
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One of my personal favourites is keeper Michael Stensgaard, who never made the first team after dislocating his shoulder putting up an ironing board.

He was a Danish Under-21 international and really highly rated, and I can remember slagging off Evans for not giving him a chance when James was at the peak of his Calamity phase.

Now retired according to Wiki. Cost £400,000.
He's the one who retired when he left LFC and then mysteriously turned up playing for another team in a televised European game a few years later
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I was surprised to see Rigobert Song playing for Cameroon in the African Nations' Cup. I thought he was an old man when he played for us - apparently not. He's still only 31 and has been at Galatasaray the last few years. I also remember a player called Lleyton Maxwell coming through around the same time as Djimi Traore. Their careers have diverged since. Djimi, European Champion, Lleyton last spotted playing for Connah's Quay Nomads.
'kin ell......Maxwell was quite highly-rated too! Didn't he score one for us in a League Cup game?
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Old 26-02-08, 07:18 PM   #59
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Max Thompson anyone? Reserve legend of the 70s and 80s.
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Old 26-02-08, 07:20 PM   #60
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'kin ell......Maxwell was quite highly-rated too! Didn't he score one for us in a League Cup game?
Yes, against Hull.

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Erik Meijer :

Meijer moved to Liverpool FC in 1999, where he failed to make an impression next to Michael Owen and Robbie Fowler. He was therefore loaned out to Preston North End for one season. He returned to the Bundesliga and joined Hamburger SV in December 2000. Meijer became a cult hero at Anfield despite rarely making the first team, and he was christened 'Mad Erik' for his never say die attitude and love for the club. He joined Liverpool fans in Dortmund prior to the 2001 UEFA Cup, where he drank and sang with Reds fans.

But it was only after moving to Second Bundesliga club Alemannia Aachen, in 2003, where he finally regained success. In the autumn of his career, his strong play and dressing room presence propelled Aachen into the German Cup finals in 2003-04, losing to Werder Bremen, but earning a ticket into the UEFA Cup (as Bremen were German champions) and rejuvenating Alemannia financially. He was also named captain for the first time in his career. Meijer also was essential for Aachen's promotion into the Bundesliga after 36 years, in 2005-06.

Meijer ended his career that summer, stating he wanted to finish in style after this last big success. He took on a post in the management of Alemannia Aachen. But after a very short time he was appointed assistant coach of the newly arrived Bundesliga team, working with Michael Frontzeck, who succeeded Dieter Hecking in September 2006.
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That's Bob Bolder isn't it?? Always a huge grin on his face when he plays
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what happend to titi camarra after his spell at west ham? i saw him play for west ham in a pre-season against braintree, his 1st full season for them and he looked a bit fat, but he was still mustard though
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Camara went to somewhere in the Middle East, possibly Qatar
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Great thread lads.

It's certainly bringing back the memories.
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Whats Rozenthal upto nowadays?
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Pops up on Sky regulary mate

I heard Rob Jones runs a kiddies nursery now too... or at least did
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Patrice Luzi (born September 7, 1980) is a French goalkeeper recently with Liverpool but released by the Anfield club in June 2005. He then signed a contract with Belgian side Mouscron. In 2006, he moved from Mouscron to another Belgian club, Charleroi.

Having previously played for Monaco and Ajaccio, Luzi made his Liverpool debut in January 2004 against Chelsea in a 1-0 win. He made two wonderful saves to deny Chelsea, but was left frustrated when he later was left out from the first team. His chances where limited when Liverpool loaned in Southampton's Paul Jones to cover from Jerzy Dudek and Chris Kirkland. Patrice Luzi has been described as a good shot stopper with good handling and distribution.


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Old 26-02-08, 10:55 PM   #71
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Frode Kippe has recently being called into the Norwegian squad, playing with Lillestrom since he left us in '02.
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Working in a kebab shop according to Pete.

Whatever happened to Steve Harkness? By god he was shite.

Daniel Sjolund was another, was supposed to be the next Owen or something.

I rated Steve Harkness...we sold him to Benfica if I remember rightly.

Lee Jones is someone I remember hearing a lot about about 15 years ago, he had some potential but he had a couple of really bad injuries and never really recovered. We sold him to Tranmere according to Wiki. I only remember him because he cropped up playing for my local team Caernarfon Town a couple of years ago.
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Yeah, I remember reading a story about him winning player of the month/season and getting a palace awarded to him or something crazy like that. Was back in France with Amiens in 05/06, i think that was the end of him, he was linked with taking over his national team at one stage. He was some legend.
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I love this thread... loads of old names and memories

What happened to Mark Kennedy?

Didn't we get him from Millwall (I remember my Millwall fan mate kept mentioning it)... then he went to Wimbledon & Wolves. No idea after that. Palace?

He can't be that old either. Early 30's?
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Whatever happened to Karl Heinze Riedle?
Sure he joined Fulham after us

After I got 'Riedle 13' on *that* yellow away kit

Didn't he have some sort of chronic back/ankle injury?? I think he's coaching in Germany now for a decent team
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neil mellor, ant le tallac.....

i see josemi is still getting on the bench with villareal and antonio nunez is playing in the segunda with my local club celta vigo - surely two of the worst players to get in a champions league winning photograph.....
How's the Cypriot talisman Okkas doing?
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This is a great thread.

I spent an evening last month looking up some of these players and seeing whatever happened to them.

Anybody remember Haukur Ingi Gudnason? He's still playing in Iceland.

Incidentally, isn't Daniel Sjolund still the only million pound player that never played for us?
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And what happened to Franny Tierny (sp)? Did he ever sign / play for us?

Jamie Cassidy! Phil Charnock!! Jamie Forrester!!!
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Jean Michel Ferri - 'He joined Liverpool in 1998 but left after playing just 47 minutes for the club in two appearances as a substitute '.
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