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The 100 Days That Shook The Kop is a list of moments from the history of Liverpool F.C. that had a significant impact upon the club and its fans, which was decided upon by a fan survey. The survey was conducted in 2002 by Liverpool F.C. TV.

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  • 1. April 15 1989: Hillsborough disaster.
  • 2. May 29 1985: Heysel Stadium disaster.
  • 3. July 12 1974: Bill Shankly's resignation.
  • 4. May 25 1977: 1977 European Cup Final, Liverpool's first European Cup victory.
  • 5. May 1 1965: 1965 FA Cup Final, Liverpool's first FA Cup victory.
  • 6. May 20 2001: Trophy parade following Liverpool's treble winning 2000-01 season.
  • 7. February 22 1991: Kenny Dalglish's resignation from Liverpool.
  • 8. May 10 1986: 1986 FA Cup Final victory against Everton.
  • 9. March 16 1977: European Cup victory over St. Etienne.
  • 10. April 30 1994: The final game played in front of a standing Kop.
  • 11. December 1 1959: Appointment of Bill Shankly as Liverpool manager.
  • 12. May 4 1965: Liverpool's 3-1 first leg victory over reigning European champions Inter Milan in the 1965 European Cup semi final.
  • 13. May 26 1989: Liverpool's home defeat against Arsenal in the last match of the 1988-89 season, depriving Liverpool of the title and securing it for Arsenal.
  • 14. May 17 2001: 2001 UEFA Cup Final.
  • 15. May 30 1984: 1984 European Cup Final.
  • 16. May 23 1973: 1973 UEFA Cup Final.
  • 17. August 10 1977: The signing of Kenny Dalglish.
  • 18. May 12 2001: 2001 FA Cup Final.
  • 19. November 6 1982: Ian Rush's 4-goal haul in the Merseyside Derby.
  • 20. May 4 1976: 1975-76 League title, secured against Wolves at Molineux, becoming Bob Paisley's first as manager.
  • 21. May 17 2002: Liverpool announce plans to move from Anfield to a new stadium in Stanley Park.
  • 22. March 19 2002: Gerard Houllier's return from a life-threatening illness saw Liverpool beat AS Roma in the Champions League.
  • 23. February 9 1978: Liverpool 7-0 Tottenham Hotspur.
  • 24. May 4 1974: 1974 FA Cup Final.
  • 25. May 10 1978: 1978 European Cup Final.
  • 26. May 27 1981: 1981 European Cup Final.
  • 27. April 3 1996: Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle United.
  • 28. June 10 1987: The signing of John Barnes.
  • 29. April 16 1999: Gary McAllister's last-minute 44-yard free kick to beat Everton at Goodison Park.
  • 30. May 3 1986: Player-manager Kenny Dalglish scored the only goal as Liverpool beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to seal the league title.
  • 31. April 28 1973: Record 8th league title, and Bill Shankly's last.
  • 32. April 13 1988: Liverpool 5-0 Nottingham Forest in the First Division.
  • 33. November 29 2001: The sale of Robbie Fowler to Leeds United.
  • 34. April 19 1966: Liverpool come back after a first leg defeat against Celtic to prevail in the so-called 'Battle of Britain' in the 1965-66 European Cup.
  • 35. November 6 1991: Liverpool overturned a 2-0 first leg deficit to beat Auxerre in the European Cup.
  • 36. April 26 1976: 1976 UEFA Cup Final victory over Club Brugge.
  • 37. May 20 1989: 1989 FA Cup Final victory over Everton, following the Hillsborough disaster.
  • 38. April 21 1962: 1961-62 promotion from the Second Division.
  • 39. April 22 1981: Howie Gayle's impressive performance as a substitute for the injured Kenny Dalglish to help Liverpool to a place in the 1980 European Cup Final at the expense of Bayern Munich.
  • 40. February 21 1956: 1956 FA Cup 5th round tie against Manchester City, in which Billy Liddell scored a dramatic last-minute equalising goal, only for it to be disallowed as the referee blew for full time while the ball was in mid-flight.
  • 41. May 6 1974: Bill Shankly's 'Chairman Mao' speech to Liverpool fans after the 1974 FA Cup Final.
  • 42. March 30 1976: Liverpool beat Barcelona at the Nou Camp- the only English team to do so.
  • 43. January 15 1959: Liverpool's FA Cup defeat against Southern League team Worcester City.
  • 44. July 16 1998: The appointment of Gerard Houllier as joint manager with Roy Evans.
  • 45. May 17 1979: 1978-79 First Division title, won with a record high number of points.
  • 46. December 9 1967: Leeds United goalkeeper Gary Sprake throwing the ball into his own net against Liverpool at Anfield.
  • 47. June 14 1947: The unexpected 1946-47 First Division title.
  • 48. March 24 1965: Penalty shootout win against Cologne in the European Cup quarter final.
  • 49. January 4 1994: Liverpool came back from 3-0 down at home to draw 3-3 with Manchester United.
  • 50. August 10 1974: Kevin Keegan and Leeds player Billy Bremner fighting in the 1974 FA Charity Shield.
  • 51. April 29 1950: 1950 FA Cup Final- Liverpool's first match at Wembley, which ended in defeat to Arsenal.
  • 52. September 17 1974: Liverpool 11-0 Stromsgodset.
  • 53. May 14 1988: 1988 FA Cup Final shock defeat against Wimbledon.
  • 54. August 28 1994: Robbie Fowler's record-breaking 4-minute hattrick against Arsenal.
  • 55. November 21 1970: Liverpool's come back from 2-0 down to beat Everton in the Merseyside Derby.
  • 56. February 25 2001: 2001 League Cup Final.
  • 57. August 18 1988: The re-signing of Ian Rush after he left Liverpool for Juventus the season before.
  • 58. December 6 1969: Everton defender Sandy Brown scoring an own-goal against Liverpool.
  • 59. May 15 1982: Liverpool's 13th league title in 1982, after a 3-1 home defeat against Manchester City on December 26 1981 had left their championship hopes hanging by a thread.
  • 60. March 25 1984: 1984 League Cup Final against Everton- the first all-Merseyside Cup final.
  • 61. May 12 1965: 1965 European Cup semi final defeat against Inter Milan, after Liverpool won the first leg 3-1.
  • 62. September 12 1989: Liverpool 9-0 Crystal Palace.
  • 63. November 25 1964: Bill Shankly changing Liverpool's home kit to the all-red strip.
  • 64. December 10 2001: Gerard Houllier's AGM speech, after recovering from heart surgery.
  • 65. July 22 1961: The signing of Ron Yeats.
  • 66. March 13 1982: 1982 League Cup Final.
  • 67. November 23 1946: Jack Balmer scoring three or more goals in three consecutive games.
  • 68. May 9 1972: With Liverpool requiring victory against Arsenal to secure the league title, John Toshack scored two minutes from time, only for the referee to disallow the goal.
  • 69. May 17 1996: FA Youth Cup victory.
  • 70. April 18 1964: Bill Shankly's first league title.
  • 71. July 3 1995: Club-record £8,500,000 signing of Stan Collymore.
  • 72. February 21 1970: 1970 FA Cup defeat to Watford.
  • 73. October 5 1993: Robbie Fowler's 5-goal haul against Fulham as an 18 year old.
  • 74. December 6 1977: 1977 Super Cup Final, in which Kevin Keegan made his first return to Anfield after his move to Hamburg.
  • 75. May 29 1994: The Liverpool squad meeting Nelson Mandela at the end of the 1993-94 season in a groundbreaking tour of post-Apartheid South Africa.
  • 76. March 1 1947: Albert Stubbins goal in the snow from a diving header against Birmingham City in an FA Cup match.
  • 77. April 2 1995: 1995 League Cup Final, in which Steve McManaman scored both Liverpool goals in a 2-1 victory.
  • 78. December 17 2001: Michael Owen's Ballon d'Or award.
  • 79. April 11 1972: Roger Hunt's testimonial, in which 56,000 fans packed into Anfield.
  • 80. May 11 1996: 1996 FA Cup Final, immediately prior to which the Liverpool squad paraded Wembley wearing cream suits.
  • 81. September 27 1978: Defeat against Nottingham Forest in the first round of the 1978-79 European Cup, depriving Liverpool of a third straight European Cup success.
  • 82. April 28 1990: Liverpool sealing their 18th league title against QPR.
  • 83. May 8 1971: 1971 FA Cup Final, in which Liverpool were defeated 2-1 by Arsenal.
  • 84. December 11 1954: Birmingham City 9-1 Liverpool.
  • 85. August 14 1971: Kevin Keegan's debut.
  • 86. August 17 1964: Liverpool's first game in Europe- against KR Reykjavic.
  • 87. April 17 1954: Relegation to the Second Division, after a fifty-year stay in the top flight.
  • 88. December 7 1966: Ajax 5-1 Liverpool in the European Cup.
  • 89. June 1 1999: Steve McManaman leaving Liverpool on a free transfer to Real Madrid.
  • 90. May 14 1995: Kenny Dalglish managing Blackburn Rovers to the 1994-95 Premier League title, sealed at Anfield.
  • 91. October 20 1979: Sending off of Terry McDermott in the Merseyside Derby.
  • 92. December 9 2001: Michael Owen's 100th Liverpool goal, scored against West Ham United.
  • 93. Liverpool's first European final- the 1966 European Cup Winners Cup Final.
  • 94. November 4 2001: Mosaic unveiled by the Kop to support Gerard Houllier who was recovering from illness.
  • 95. January 29 1955: 4-0 FA Cup win against Everton, when Liverpool were in the Second Division and Everton in the First.
  • 96. May 19 2001: 4-0 victory against Charlton Athletic that sealed Liverpool's qualification to the 2000-01 UEFA Champions League.
  • 97. November 6 1959: The signing of Everton's Dave Hickson.
  • 98. April 1 1981: 1981 League Cup Final- Liverpool's first League Cup win.
  • 99. May 14 1988: Anfield Rap.
  • 100. March 20 1997: Robbie Fowler revealing a shirt supporting Liverpool dockers on strike after scoring against SK Brann.

See AlsoEdit

External LinksEdit

100 Days That Shook The Kop at Liverpool F.C. TV.

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