Proof awaits Liverpool as the most successful team in the League Cup

Liverpool is the most successful team in the history of the English League Cup so far. Now that reputation will try guarded ‘The Red’ is also about to taste the new Wembley as he finished the fast trophy.

Liverpool will host Manchester City at Anfield in the party’s semi-final second leg League Cup on Thursday (1/26/2012) pm dawn, having previously won the first leg 1-0 at home to City.

So now there are only 90 minutes separating the first visit to Liverpool by the New Wembley Stadium for the final. With a recent trip to Wembley stadium acted in 1996, the Reds so far have not had the opportunity perform at Wembley after the complete renovation in 2007.

The fact that Liverpool has never been able to again reach the FA Cup trophy since 2006 and also can be used as a crack of encouragement Anfield Gang to get to the finals and become champions in the English League Cup this edition.

In addition, Liverpool should also be more motivated with a reputation as the most successful club in the Champions League Cup which is now known as the Carling Cup.

Since rolled out in 1960 Liverpool is a club with the most championships, seven times (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1995, 2001, 2003). Liverpool also became the highest performers in the top party with 10 times advance to finals (1978, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1995, 2001, 2003, 2005.

One of the legendary icons of Liverpool, Ian Rush, would still have a record in the English League Cup is a player with the most titles, ie five times.

Now only Steven Gerrard cs how to make the facts had been as motivated to pursue achievement in this arena, instead of having an overburdened, since if it fails again to win a trophy then Liverpool looked fasting oldest title since 1973.

“Can you lift the cup at Wembley will be very meaningful, it would be a dream come true,” Liverpool captain Gerrard hope in the Daily Star.

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