Who Do We Name First Team All Time Reds Player?

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For many years, Liverpool FC was associated with one of the most notorious bands in the world, Aidy Ward. This remarkable company became synonymous with the name of the Reds as it was responsible for the famous ‘Liverpool F.C’. The original stadium was known as Grange Road and even today there are many who still call this place home. But no matter where the stadium is, it can never be equaled with the number of stars that grace the shirts of the current Liverpool players.

You cannot escape the mention of Aidy Ward at all when talking about Liverpool. But his contribution is just as big as the names mentioned above. Aidy Ward was an exceptional playmaker who was known for his efforts on the field as well as off it. His popularity reached its zenith during the 1976-77 season where he was named the European Player of the Season.

All the great players that came before him had similar traits including a calmness about them that made them stand apart from the rest of the crowd. This calmness also carried over to the field where only the best could survive in a game. There were few players who could command the respect of the opposition and Aidy Ward was one of them. He created many goals for his team and has always remained the benchmark for any Liverpool player since he played his first game for the club in 1954.

Jimmy Clay Ward is another legendary figure of the Liverpool FC era. The defender has won titles with both Watford and Wolves, making him one of the most experienced defenders in the country. As with Aidy Ward, there is no doubt that the defender played the ball well and did his job well, but his contribution was unarguably great. The following season, he left the club and joined Queens Park Rangers where he remains today. However, his contribution was certainly greater than that of Aidy Ward as he formed part of the side that won the FA Cup title in what is still the greatest competition in England.

If we have to pick a player who deserves the honour of being on the list of Liverpool’s greatest ever players, it has to be John Aldridge. The forward is the one who played a vital role in the development of the club’s current line of attacking football players. Like Aidy and Jim anticipate, the right player will always be welcome at the club, and John is a good example of this. Even though injuries limited his playing time, his contribution during the team’s resurgence last season made him a name amongst fans and experts of the game. All in all, we can say that John is the best player to ever grace the Kop and is worthy of all the accolades the Reds receive.