Grobbelaar - Cult hero with wobbly legs and talent to boot
Rob Jones - Inside Liverpool he is considered one of the best. Injuries stopped a star in the making
Ruddock - Razor was a beast. What he lacked in talent he made up for with heart. Turning Catona's collar down was a particular high point
Tommy Smith - Another beast that bled Liverpool Red - Shanks - "Tommy Smith wasn't born, he was quarried."
Emlyn Hughes - Crazy Horse by name and nature - loved by Reds and others alike
Didi Hamann - Apprently the worst trainer in history, the kaiser did his talking on the pitch. His second half nullifying of the mercurial Kaka ensures his name will echo through out the ages
Igor Biscan - Eeeeeeeeeeeegoor ! This Croatian monster was wasted alot at centre half, but later showed his worth centre mid in games against Leverkusen and Juve. A true master of the 'just got out of bed look'
Gary Mac - Too old and too bald ? No chance. Master stroke by Houllier. You could see in every performance how much Gary wanted to be here. Shame we didn't get him earlier.
Erik Meijer - 'Mad Erik' wasn't the best in terms of a goal return, but what a guy. His love for the club was nearly as big as his lovable character. Drinking with the fans in Germany before the UEFA cup final ensured his Cult Hero status for eternity
Djibril Cisse - The Lord of Frodsham was a cult figure to end cult figures. His mad cap hair do's and attitude on the pitch still make me smile to this day.
Robbie Fowler - Another player too good to be considered a 'cult hero' maybe, but his antics on and off the field make him one for me. Legend.