It is nearly impossible to think they could ever hope to match the ex-defender's three European Cups, one UEFA Cup, eight league titles, four League Cups, one UEFA Super Cup and five Charity Shields.
The team are very young-the youngest in the Premier League, in fact-and after a nightmare autumn that saw eight defeats in nine matches, we've only lost twice since mid-December, with both defeats close games against Man City. That was not a Liverpool problem but a general problem. "In football, always forget what you have done, good or bad, and think in the next one".
Fowler bagged his second of the game on 57 minutes to draw Liverpool level before Faustino Asprilla re-established Newcastle's lead two minutes later, only to see it cancelled out by Stan Collymore. That is a good sign.
Even if they don't win, keeping the goals down could be key in the final shake-up.
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp and Trent Alexander-Arnold celebrate after their Premier League match against West Ham United at Anfield, Liverpool, February 24, 2018.
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"Alberto (Moreno) went out with injury then Robbo (Andy Robertson) came in".
Liverpool announced on Thursday they had filed their annual accounts for the year up to May 31, 2017, which sees the club set to record a profit after last season's loss of around £20m.
Liverpool's most-decorated player Phil Neal believes Jurgen Klopp's current full-backs have all the potential to emulate him.
While Champions League qualification is the priority for Klopp, he must surely be dreaming of adding his name to the earlier list.
"You can't have 40 players in your squad".
Every single player would love to play in this team. "If he is coming back who he is, he is going to play". I would do pretty much the same. We'll be looking for Liverpool to have an off day and Newcastle will need their best performance of the season - and that's just to nick a point!
"We continue to work up design, capacity and economic viability options for Anfield Road working with an architect to help with that process".