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Who played for Liverpool in 2005?

Who played for Liverpool in 2005?

Liverpool acquired eight players in the transfer market, including Djibril Cissé, Xabi Alonso and Luis García….2004–05 Liverpool F.C. season.

2004–05 season
Top goalscorer League: Milan Baroš (9) All: Milan Baroš Luis García Steven Gerrard (13 each)
Average home league attendance 42,586
Home colours Away colours Third colours
2005–06 →

Did Jermaine Pennant play for England?

Jermaine Lloyd Pennant (born 15 January 1983) is an English former professional footballer who played as a winger….Jermaine Pennant.

Personal information 2001–2004
England U21

Who played for Liverpool in 2013?

Squad Liverpool FC – Season 13/14

# player Age
1 Brad Jones B. Jones Goalkeeper 31
52 Danny Ward D. Ward Goalkeeper 20
17 Mamadou Sakho M. Sakho Centre-Back 23
5 Daniel Agger D. Agger Centre-Back 28

What cup did Liverpool win in 2005?

2005 UEFA Champions League Final

Match programme cover
Event 2004–05 UEFA Champions League
Milan Liverpool 3 3
After extra time Liverpool won 3–2 on penalties
Date 25 May 2005

How did Liverpool qualify for Champions League in 2006?

As the winners of the 2004–05 UEFA Champions League, Liverpool gained entry an additional entry despite not qualifying through their domestic league position. They were entered into the 1st qualifying round.

Does Jermaine Pennant have a child?

He popped the question in 2010 and the same year the pair welcomed a son together called Trey. However, Jermaine called things off with their boy was one years old. Jermaine was also in a on-off relationship for years with Hollyoaks star Jennifer Metcalfe.

How old is Jermaine Pennant?

38 years (January 15, 1983)
Jermaine Pennant/Age

Who was Liverpool manager in 2012?

Brendan Rodgers
2012–13 Liverpool F.C. season

2012–13 season
Manager Brendan Rodgers
Stadium Anfield
Premier League 7th
FA Cup Fourth round

Where did Liverpool finish in 2013?

second place
The 2013-14 season was Liverpool’s 122nd season of football since they were established. Liverpool finished in second place in the League, securing Champions League football for the first time since the 2009-10 season, while narrowly missing out on a first League title in 24 years.

Who won the Champions League with Liverpool in 2005?

Liverpool won the 2005 UEFA Champions League Final, hosted at the Ataturk Stadium, Istanbul, by beating AC Milan 3-2 on penalties after the match finished 3-3 after extra time.

Who won Champions League in 2005?

2004–05 UEFA Champions League

Tournament details
Dates 13 July 2004 – 25 May 2005
Teams 32 (group stage) 72 (total)
Final positions
Champions Liverpool (5th title)

Who won UCL in 2006?

FC Barcelona
2005–06 UEFA Champions League/Champion

Barcelona equalised through Samuel Eto’o near the end of the second half, and a few minutes later Juliano Belletti scored to give Barcelona a 2–1 victory. This was Barcelona’s second triumph in the competition 14 years after they won the European Cup in 1992.

Who was the first Spanish player to play for Liverpool?

Capable of playing on either side of the defence, Arbeloa made his first Liverpool start in a victory in the Camp Nou, setting the tone for the rest of his Reds career early on. After being a key member of the team which went toe to toe with Manchester United in 2008-09, the defender returned to Real Madrid, where he collected a number of honours.

Who was the only Liverpool player to score in a cup final?

The right-midfielder also holds the distinction of being the only Liverpool player to score his one goal for the club in a cup final, having netted in 3-2 defeat to Chelsea in the 2005 League Cup final. 12. Luis Alberto

Who are the best Spaniards in the Premier League?

Ranking every Spaniard to play for Liverpool in the Premier League 1 Pedro Chirivella 2 Sergi Canos 3 Daniel Ayala 4 Dani Pacheco 5 Javier Manquillo 6 Josemi 7 Antonio Nunez 8 Luis Alberto 9 Iago Aspas 10 Suso

Are there any Spanish full backs that have left Liverpool?

Not the only bad Spanish full-back to leave Liverpool after an unimpressive loan spell only to find himself back in England’s top flight with a North East club (Antonio Barragan sadly doesn’t make this list as he never actually turned out for the Reds in the Premier League).