Dirk Kuyt Craig Bellamy Ryan Babel Fabio Aurelio
Alberto Aquilani Charlie Adam Maxi Rodriguez
Nathan Eccleston David Amoo Stephen Darby
Fernando Torres Raul Meireles David Ngog
Paul Konchesky Christian Poulsen Emiliano Insua Philipp Degen
Thomas Ince Milan Jovanovic Sotirios Kyrgiakos
Javier Mascherano Yossi Benayoun Andriy Voronin Andrea Dossena
Charles Itandje Damien Plessis Lauri Dalla Valle
Nicolas Anelka Gary McAllister Christian Ziege Nick Barmby
Stephen Wright Jari Litmanen Pegguy Arphexad Bernard Diomede
Vegard Heggem Markus Babbel Emile Heskey Abel Xavier
Vladimir Smicer Mauricio Pellegrino El-Hadji Diouf Alou Diarra
Igor Biscan Gregory Vignal Richie Partridge Paul Harrison
Jon Otsemobor Mark Smyth Antonio Nunez Milan Baros
John Welsh Josemi Fernando Morientes Zak Whitbread
Bruno Cheyrou Neil Mellor Robbie Fowler Jerzy Dudek
Daniele Padelli Craig Bellamy Mark Gonzalez
Chris Kirkland Paul Jones Gabriel Paletta Darren Potter
David Raven Djibril Cisse Bolo Zenden Stephen Warnock
Jan Kromkamp Momo Sissoko John Arne Riise Harry Kewell
Anthony Le Tallec Peter Crouch Danny Guthrie Robbie Keane
Steve Finnan      

Tuesday, March 17, 2009


Danny Guthrie : Midfielder
Date of Birth: 18/04/1987
Birthplace: Shrewsbury
Debut : v Reading, October 26, 2006, League Cup, won 4-3
1st team games: 7
1st team goals: 0
Other clubs: Manchester United, Southampton, Bolton, Newcastle

Danny Guthrie was an Academy graduate who went on to play seven first-team games under Rafa Benitez.

The Shrewsbury-born midfielder was brought to Anfield after being released by Manchester United aged 15.

His competitive debut for the Reds came as a 62nd minute substitute in a League Cup match against Reading in October 2006.

The highlight of Guthrie's brief spell in the first-team squad came with a start in the Ataturk Stadium in December 2006 when Liverpool took on Galatasaray in the Champions League group stages.

In March 2007 he signed for Southampton on emergency loan, playing 12 games for the south coast side.

Instead of returning to Melwood ahead of the 2007-08 campaign, Guthrie headed for the Reebok Stadium where he could experience regular top-flight football.

His performances during 28 appearances for Bolton impressed Kop icon Kevin Keegan so much that he splashed the cash to bring the youngster to Newcastle in July 2008.

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