Liverpool's top 50 players of all-time have been ranked

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Liverpool look as though they’re well on their way to winning their first Premier League title. Though, with the lucrative talent they have had at their disposal since their formation, you might have thought they’d have more.

Anfield has truly been gifted with some of the most exceptional talents English football has ever seen.

Many now believe that this current set of Liverpool players set to get their hands on the league title this year are amongst the best the club has ever had.

Of course, despite not ever winning a Premier League, Liverpool’s teams of the past have been world-renowned on the European stage with a staggering six Champions League titles. Combine that with three UEFA Cups, eight Football League Cups and seven FA Cups and you have one of the most decorated clubs in world football.

So, with close to 10,000 voters on Ranker, who are the top 50 players in Liverpool’s entire history and who – more importantly – gets into that elite top 10?

50. Andy Robertson

Upvotes: 405
Downvotes: 41

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49. John Toshack

Upvotes: 401
Downvotes: 119


48. Gary McAllister

Upvotes: 382
Downvotes: 129


47. Luis Javier Garcia Sanz

Upvotes: 399
Downvotes: 130


46. Steve Nicol

Upvotes: 352
Downvotes: 82


45. Dietmar Hamann

Upvotes: 391
Downvotes: 125


44. Ian St. John

Upvotes 384
Downvotes: 137


43. Tommy Smith

Upvotes: 397
Downvotes 121


42. Alan Kennedy

Upvotes: 422
Downvotes: 120


41. Jan Molby

Upvotes: 478
Downvotes: 183


40. Jerzy Dudek

Upvotes: 466
Downvotes: 146


39. Billy Liddell

Upvotes: 404
Downvotes: 112


38. Mark Lawrenson

Upvotes: 431
Downvotes 123


37. Ronnie Whelan

Upvotes: 406
Downvotes 118


36. Ray Kennedy

Upvotes: 415
Downvotes: 111


35. Daniel Agger

Upvotes: 507
Downvotes: 239


34. Terry McDermott

Upvotes 440
Downvotes: 121


33. Philippe Coutinho

Upvotes: 953
Downvotes: 563

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32. John Aldridge

Upvotes: 498
Downvotes: 126


31. Bob Paisley

Upvotes: 487
Downvotes: 111


30. Phil Thompson

Upvotes: 440
Downvotes: 107


29. Sadio Mane

Upvotes: 660
Downvotes: 58


28. Roger Hunt

Upvotes: 525
Downvotes: 196


27. Bruce Grobbelaar

Upvotes: 515
Downvotes: 180


26. Steve Heighway

Upvotes: 496
Downvotes: 152


25. Pepe Reina

Upvotes: 557
Downvotes: 192


24. Roberto Firmino

Upvotes: 930
Downvotes: 127

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23. Peter Beardsley

Upvotes: 585
Downvotes: 187


22. Virgil van Dijk

Upvotes: 809
Downvotes: 78


21. Phil Neal

Upvotes: 500
Downvotes: 138


20. Emlyn Hughes

Upvotes: 576
Downvotes: 201


19. John Arne Riise

Upvotes: 666
Downvotes: 216


18. Ian Callaghan

Upvotes: 583
Downvotes: 201


17. Dirk Kuyt

Upvotes: 775
Downvotes: 309


16. Steve McManaman

Upvotes: 777
Downvotes: 236


15. Ray Clemence

Upvotes: 731
Downvotes: 242


14. Alan Hansen

Upvotes: 802
Downvotes: 259


13. Fernando Torres

Upvotes: 1,446
Downvotes: 605

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12. Michael Owen

Upvotes: 1,152
Downvotes: 447


11. Luis Suarez

Upvotes: 1,737
Downvotes: 787


10. Sami Hyypia

Upvotes: 916 
Downvotes: 326 

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9. Graeme Souness

Upvotes: 981
Downvotes: 296


8. John Barnes

Upvotes: 1,162
Downvotes: 411


7. Kevin Keegan

Upvotes: 1,082
Downvotes: 313


6. Robbie Fowler

Upvotes: 1,441
Downvotes: 544


5. Xabi Alonso

Upvotes: 1,520
Downvotes: 467


4. Jamie Carragher

Upvotes: 1,311
Downvotes: 386

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3. Ian Rush

Upvotes: 1,706
Downvotes: 419


2. Kenny Dalglish

Upvotes: 2,252
Downvotes: 408


1. Steven Gerrard

Upvotes: 3,392
Downvotes: 542

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No surprises about Mr. Liverpool himself Steven Gerrard finishing top of the rankings. Don’t expect him to be slipping his way down this table anytime soon.

Perhaps the most shocking absentee is young Trent Alexander-Arnold. His counter-part Robertson just made the cut at 50 but there was no way in for the England international.

It’s Suarez, Owen, Torres, and in that order according to the ranking, despite Owen recording 158 goals in all competitions for the club compared to 82 and 81 for Suarez and Torres respectively.

Van Dijk is sitting in 22nd behind the likes of Arne Riise… we will leave you to decide who the better defender is, remembering of course one of them came second in the race for the Ballon d’Or.

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