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The '''1991-92 season''' was Liverpool's 100th season of football since they were established. Liverpool failed to continue their hot streak in the league, finishing in sixth place - their lowest finish since the [[1964-65 season]]. However, the FA Cup provided yet another trophy, when they beat Sunderland 2-0 in the [[1992 FA Cup Final|final]]. Dean Saunders' impressive tally of nine goals in 5 games in the UEFA Cup propelled them to the quarter-final of the competition.
 
The '''1991-92 season''' was Liverpool's 100th season of football since they were established. Liverpool failed to continue their hot streak in the league, finishing in sixth place - their lowest finish since the [[1964-65 season]]. However, the FA Cup provided yet another trophy, when they beat Sunderland 2-0 in the [[1992 FA Cup Final|final]]. Dean Saunders' impressive tally of nine goals in 5 games in the UEFA Cup propelled them to the quarter-final of the competition.
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*FW. [[Ian Rush]]
 
*FW. [[Ian Rush]]
 
*FW. [[Dean Saunders]]
 
*FW. [[Dean Saunders]]
*FW. [[Ronny Rosenthal]]
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*FW. [[Ronny Rosenthal]]
   
 
Note: Fixed squad numbers were not introduced until the [[1993-94 season]].
 
Note: Fixed squad numbers were not introduced until the [[1993-94 season]].
   
==Pre season==
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==Friendlies==
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===Pre-season===
 
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===League===
 
===League===
 
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|5||align=left|Man City
 
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! Fee
 
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! Date
 
! Date
 
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| [[Mark Wright]] || Derby || £2,200,000 || 15 July 1991
 
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| [[Dean Saunders]] || Derby || £2,900,000 || 19 July 1991
 
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| [[Mark Walters]] || Rangers || £1,250,000 || 13 August 1991
 
| [[Mark Walters]] || Rangers || £1,250,000 || 13 August 1991
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| [[Michael Thomas]] || Arsenal || £1,500,000 || 16 December 1991
 
| [[Michael Thomas]] || Arsenal || £1,500,000 || 16 December 1991
 
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| [[Istvan Kozma]] || Dunfermilne || £300,000 || 10 February 1992
 
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| [[Lee Jones]] || Wrexham || £300,000 || 12 March 1992
 
| [[Lee Jones]] || Wrexham || £300,000 || 12 March 1992
 
|-
 
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| [[Scott Paterson]] || Cove Rangers || £15,000 || 19 March 1992
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| [[Scott Paterson]] || Cove Rangers || £15,000 || 19 March 1992
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| [[David James]] || Watford || £1,000,000 || 6 July 1992
 
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| [[Paul Stewart]] || Tottenham || £2,300,000 || 29 July 1992
 
 
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| [[David Speedie]] || Blackburn || £500,000 || August 1991
 
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| [[Peter Beardsley]] || Everton || £1,000,000 || 5 August 1991
 
| [[Peter Beardsley]] || Everton || £1,000,000 || 5 August 1991
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| [[Steve McMahon]] || Man City || £900,000 || 24 December 1991
 
| [[Steve McMahon]] || Man City || £900,000 || 24 December 1991
 
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| [[Gary Ablett]] || || Released || 13 January 1992
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| [[Gary Ablett]] || Everton || £750,000 || 13 January 1992
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| [[Glen Hysen]] || — || Released || 1 May 1992
 
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| [[David Collins]] || || Released || 31 May 1992
 
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| [[Kevin Lampkin]] || Huddersfield || Free || 1 July 1992
 
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| [[Barry Jones]] || Wrexham || Free || 10 July 1992
 
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| [[Jamie Robinson]] || Barnsley || Free || 17 July 1992
 
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| [[Ray Houghton]] || Aston Villa || £900,000 || 28 July 1992
 
 
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| [[Barry Venison]] || Newcastle || £250,000 || 31 July 1992
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| [[Glen Hysen]] || GAIS || Free || 1 May 1992
 
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Latest revision as of 02:29, 22 December 2011

1991-92 season
General information
Manager

Graeme Souness

Captain

Mark Wright

Performance
Division 1

6th

FA Cup

Winners

League Cup

4th round

Europe

UEFA Cup: Quarter-final

Top scorers
League

Saunders (10)

FA Cup

Barnes (3)
McManaman (3)

League Cup

McManaman (3)
Rush (3)

Europe

UEFA Cup: Saunders (9)

Overall

Saunders (23)

Attendances
Average

31,846

The 1991-92 season was Liverpool's 100th season of football since they were established. Liverpool failed to continue their hot streak in the league, finishing in sixth place - their lowest finish since the 1964-65 season. However, the FA Cup provided yet another trophy, when they beat Sunderland 2-0 in the final. Dean Saunders' impressive tally of nine goals in 5 games in the UEFA Cup propelled them to the quarter-final of the competition.

Squad

LiverpoolSquad1991-1992.jpg

Note: Fixed squad numbers were not introduced until the 1993-94 season.

Friendlies

Pre-season

Date Opponent Score Scorers
23 July 1991 Dundalk 0-0
26 July 1991 Bayer Leverkusen 0-0
28 July 1991 Sirius 0-0
30 July 1991 Ludvika 3-2 Whelan (8), McManaman (10), Saunders (75)
1 August 1991 Rosenborg 3-2 Saunders (25, 90), Molby (pen 40)
4 August 1991 Elfsborg 2-1 Barnes, Saunders
12 August 1991 Tranmere 0-1

Other friendlies

Date Opponent Score Scorers
29 April 1992 Oldham 2-2[1] Hutchison, Rosenthal

Results

League

Date Opponent Score Scorers
17 August 1991 Oldham 2-1 Houghton (53), Barnes (78)
21 August 1991 Man City 1-2 McManaman (75)
24 August 1991 Luton 0-0
27 August 1991 Queens Park Rangers 1-0 Saunders (62)
31 August 1991 Everton 3-1 Burrows (1), Saunders (15), Houghton (62)
7 September 1991 Notts County 2-1 Rosenthal (70), Walters (pen 88)
14 September 1991 Aston Villa 1-1 Walters (pen 39)
21 September 1991 Leeds 0-1
28 September 1991 Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Houghton (17)
6 October 1991 Man Utd 0-0
19 October 1991 Chelsea 2-2 McManaman (4), Rush (59)
26 October 1991 Coventry 1-0 Houghton (35)
2 November 1991 Crystal Palace 1-2 Hysen (43)
17 November 1991 West Ham 0-0
23 November 1991 Wimbledon 0-0
30 November 1991 Norwich 2-1 Molby (3), Houghton (30)
7 December 1991 Southampton 1-1 Redknapp (74)
14 December 1991 Nottingham Forest 2-0 McMahon (16), Molby (80)
18 December 1991 Tottenham 2-1 Saunders (29), Houghton (81)
21 December 1991 Man City 2-2 Nicol (82), Saunders (9)
26 December 1991 Queens Park Rangers 0-0
28 December 1991 Everton 1-1 Tanner (41)
1 January 1992 Sheffield United 2-1 Houghton (52), Saunders (79)
11 January 992 Luton 2-1 McManaman (85), Saunders (90)
18 January 1992 Oldham 3-2 McManaman (18), Saunders (42), Thomas (73)
29 January 1992 Arsenal 2-0 Molby (pen 45), Houghton (69)
1 February 1992 Chelsea 1-2 Rosenthal (31)
8 February 1992 Coventry 0-0
22 February 1992 Norwich 0-3
29 February 1992 Southampton 0-0
11 March 1992 West Ham 1-0 Saunders (3)
14 March 1992 Crystal Palace 0-1
21 March 1992 Tottenham 2-1 Saunders (48, 81)
28 March 1992 Sheffield United 0-2
31 March 1992 Notts County 4-0 Thomas (13), McManaman (34), Rush (58), Venison (76)
8 April 1992 Wimbledon 2-3 Thomas (7), Rosenthal (45)
11 April 1992 Aston Villa 0-1
18 April 1992 Leeds 0-0
20 April 1992 Arsenal 0-4
22 April 1992 Nottingham Forest 1-1 Rush (40)
26 April 1992 Man Utd 2-0 Rush (12), Walters (87)
2 May 1992 Sheffield Wednesday 0-0

FA Cup

Round Date Opponent Score Scorers
3 6 January 1992 Crewe 4-0 McManaman (10), Barnes (26, 28, pen 89)
4 5 February 1992 Bristol Rovers 1-1 Saunders (38)
4 (R) 11 February 1992 Bristol Rovers 2-1 McManaman (50), Saunders (77)
5 16 February 1992 Ipswich 0-0
5 (R) 26 February 1992 Ipswich 3-2[2] Houghton (45), Molby (98), McManaman (100)
6 8 March 1992 Aston Villa 1-0 Thomas (67)
Semi-final 5 April 1992 Portsmouth 1-1[3] Whelan (117)
Semi-final (R) 13 April 1992 Portsmouth 0-0
Final 9 May 1992 Sunderland 2-0 Thomas (47), Rush (67)

League Cup

Round Date Opponent Score Scorers
2 (1st leg) 25 September 1991 Stoke 2-2 Rush (16, 71)
2 (2nd leg) 9 October 1991 Stoke 3-2 McManaman (9), Saunders (56), Walters (84)
3 29 October 1991 Port Vale 2-2 McManaman (8), Rush (65)
3 (R) 20 November 1991 Port Vale 4-1 McManaman (21), Walters (29), Houghton (43), Saunders (62)
4 3 December 1991 Peterborough 0-1

UEFA Cup

Round Date Opponent Score Scorers
1 (1st leg) 18 September 1991 Kuusysi Lahti 6-1 Saunders (11, 78, 86, 87), Houghton (33, 90)
1 (2nd leg) 2 October 1991 Kuusysi Lahti 0-1
2 (1st leg) 23 October 1991 Auxerre 0-2
2 (2nd leg) 6 November 1991 Auxerre 3-0 Molby (pen 4), Marsh (29), Walters (83)
3 (1st leg) 27 November 1991 Tirol 2-0 Saunders (57, 78)
3 (2nd leg) 11 December 1991 Tirol 4-0 Saunders (39, 58, 67), Venison (72)
Quarter-final (1st leg) 4 March 1992 Genoa 0-2
Quarter-final (2nd leg) 18 March 1992 Genoa 1-2 Rush (49)

Tables

League

Pos Club Pld W D L F A GD Pts
5 Man City 42 20 10 12 61 48 13 70
6 Liverpool 42 16 16 10 47 40 7 64
7 Aston Villa 42 17 9 16 48 44 4 60

Player stats

Pos. Name League FA Cup League Cup Other Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
DF Gary Ablett 1 0 0 0 3 0 6 0 23 0
MF John Barnes 12 1 4 3 0 0 1 0 17 4
DF David Burrows 30 1 6 0 5 0 7 0 48 1
MF Jimmy Carter 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
GK Bruce Grobbelaar 37 0 9 0 4 0 5 0 55 0
MF Steve Harkness 11 0 1 0 3 0 4 0 19 0
GK Robbie Holcroft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
GK Mike Hooper 5 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 9 0
MF Don Hutchison 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
DF Glenn Hysen 5 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 7 1
MF Ray Houghton 36 8 8 1 3 1 4 2 51 12
MF Barry Jones 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
DF Rob Jones 28 0 9 0 0 0 2 0 39 0
MF Istvan Kozma 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 0
MF Mike Marsh 34 0 6 0 4 0 8 1 52 1
MF Steve McMahon 5 1 0 0 4 0 5 0 24 1
MF Steve McManaman 30 5 8 3 5 3 8 0 51 11
MF Jan Molby 26 3 6 1 3 0 5 1 40 5
DF Steve Nicol 34 1 8 0 3 0 7 0 52 1
MF Jamie Redknapp 6 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 10 1
FW Ronny Rosenthal 20 3 3 0 3 0 1 0 27 3
FW Ian Rush 18 4 5 1 3 3 5 1 31 9
FW Dean Saunders 36 10 8 2 5 2 5 9 54 23
DF Nick Tanner 32 1 2 0 5 0 6 0 45 1
MF Michael Thomas 17 3 5 2 0 0 0 0 22 5
MF Mark Walters 25 3 3 0 4 2 5 1 37 6
DF Barry Venison 3 1 3 0 0 0 3 1 19 2
MF Ronnie Whelan 10 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 13 1
DF Mark Wright 21 0 9 0 1 0 4 0 35 0

Transfers

In

Player From Fee Date
Mark Wright Derby £2,200,000 15 July 1991
Dean Saunders Derby £2,900,000 19 July 1991
Mark Walters Rangers £1,250,000 13 August 1991
Rob Jones Crewe £300,000 4 October 1991
Michael Thomas Arsenal £1,500,000 16 December 1991
Istvan Kozma Dunfermilne £300,000 10 February 1992
Lee Jones Wrexham £300,000 12 March 1992
Scott Paterson Cove Rangers £15,000 19 March 1992

Out

Player To Fee Date
David Speedie Blackburn £500,000 August 1991
Peter Beardsley Everton £1,000,000 5 August 1991
Steve Staunton Aston Villa £1,100,000 7 August 1991
Gary Gillespie Celtic £925,000 15 August 1991
Jimmy Carter Arsenal £500,000 8 October 1991
Steve McMahon Man City £900,000 24 December 1991
Gary Ablett Everton £750,000 13 January 1992
Glen Hysen GAIS Free 1 May 1992

Notes

  1. Wayne Harrison's testimonial.
  2. After extra time.
  3. After extra time.


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