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July 18, 2010


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In comes Deano

1991 - Dean Saunders signed from Derby County for £2.9m as a replacement for Peter Beardsley. He scored 25 goals in 61 appearances as the reds won the FA Cup, before being moved on to Aston Villa in September 1992.

We always win in Wales
2005 - We beat Total Network Solutions 3-0 at Wrexham's Racecourse Ground in the second leg of our Champions League qualifier, to reach the second qualifying round 6-0 on aggregate. Dietmar Hamann had a penalty saved, with Steven Gerrard coming off the bench to add a late brace to Djibril Cissé's first-half goal. Anthony Le Tallec made his 32nd and final reds appearance in this game.

Bon anniversaire
1981 - Grégory Vignal was born in Montpellier. The young French left-back failed to establish himself at Anfield, spending much of his time out on loan at Bastia, Stade Rennais and R.C.D. Espanyol. He signed for Portsmouth in July 2005 after being released from Anfield following just fourteen starts and six substitute appearances. However, he has since continued his nomadic career.

1926 - Inside-forward Kevin Baron was born in Preston. The Anfield favourite signed from his hometown side in August 1945 and made 153 reds appearances, including the 1950 FA Cup Final, nabbing 32 goals. He moved on to Southend United in May 1954.

Doss starts out
2008 - Andrea Dossena played his first reds game as we drew 1-1 with Wisla Kraków in Fribourg in Switzerland. Andriy Voronin bagged our goal.

Les gems for the first time
2003 - Anthony Le Tallec and Florent Sinama-Pongolle both played their first reds games as we drew 1-1 with Crewe Alexandra at Gresty Road, with Michael Owen on target. The game was a testimonial match for Crewe's Steve Macauley and Shaun Smith, held over from the season before.

Diarra's day
2002 - We won 1-0 in Le Havre as we kicked off our pre-season schedule. Debutant Alou Diarra, who was soon to join Le Havre AC on loan, enjoyed the rare distinction of returning to the pitch after having been substituted, as a replacement for Vegard Heggem, so making his only reds appearance. New signings Bruno Cheyrou and El-Hadji Diouf both appeared in a red shirt for the first time, while Anthony Le Tallec and Florent Sinama-Pongolle both featured for the French side.

2009 - We lost a friendly 1-0 to SK Rapid Wien in the Ernst-Happel Stadion in Vienna.

In the far east
2001 - We beat the Thailand national side 3-1 in Bangkok to claim the Coca-Cola Super Cup in the Rajamangala National Stadium. Michael Owen struck twice, with Nick Barmby netting the other.

International beginnings
1976 - Future red Avi Cohen played his first senior game for his country as Israel were held to a goalless draw by Guatemala in the Olympics in Toronto.
2003 - Future red Daniel Agger made his debut for Denmark Under-20's, netting his only goal at this level as they beat Wales 2-0 in a NI Milk Cup game in Northern Ireland.

Yossi to England
2005 - Yossi Benayoun signed for West Ham United from Real Racing Club de Santander for £2.5m. He struck eight times in 72 games for the Hammers, and featured for the losing side in the 2006 FA Cup Final.

Out goes Devlin
1928 - Forward Tom Devlin was sold to Swindon Town for £250, having failed to make our first-team. His brother, centre-forward William, was at Anfield at the same time as him.

Trigger on the move again
2004 - Ex-red Jason McAteer signed for Tranmere Rovers. He bagged five goals in ninety games for the Prenton Park outfit, as well as taking on coaching duties.

Calum departs
2006 - Reserves full-back Calum Woods signed for Dunfermline Athletic, having failed to make the break-through at Anfield. He has so far struck seven goals in 116 games for the Pars, often at centre-back.

Partridge stars
1999 - Richie Partridge starred for the Republic of Ireland Under-18's in their 1-0 defeat of Spain in the European Championship Finals in Sweden, winning the penalty from which the Irish scored.

1998 - He was on target in the same competition in Ireland's 5-2 defeat of Croatia in Ayia Napia.

Emiliano on the world stage
2007 - Emiliano Insúa played for Argentina Under-20's in Toronto as they beat Chile 3-0 to reach the World Championships Final.

Grég sees red
2000 - Grégory Vignal was sent off as France Under-18's beat a Czech Republic side that included future red Milan Baroš 1-0 in a European Championship Finals game in Donauwörth.

Stanley heads off again
1999 - Stan Collymore joined Fulham on loan from Aston Villa. He scored just once in nine appearances for the Cottagers before returning to Villa Park. He was then moved on to Leicester City on a free transfer a few months later, at a loss to Villa of £7m.

Rizzo on the move
2000 - Ex-reserves winger Nicky Rizzo signed for Italian side Ternana from Crystal Palace for £100,000. He stayed there for two seasons before moving on to Lecce.

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