Kikosi Bora Cha Muda Wote Liverpool/Liverpool’s best starting XI of all-time
If you add up league and European championships is Kikosi Bora Cha Muda Wote Liverpool, Liverpool are the most successful team in English soccer, as their supporters are always reminding us (the European proviso would be entirely superfluous if it weren’t for a certain Scot and American capitalism, but that’s another story).
Therefore, it seems sense that the club can release a useful Kikosi Bora Cha Muda Wote Liverpool. Hell, I could have simply typed out the team from 1977 to 1984 if this essay were to be condensed to a paragraph or two.
They were four-time European champions, and they had to win the English league in order to qualify for the competition for “old big ears.” In the following seven years, they made it to three more finals before winning the award in 1977 and 1978. But to just type in that Kikosi Bora Cha Muda Wote Liverpool would be improper.
That squad was the result of excellent leadership, teamwork, and a few superstars. Kenny Dalglish was perhaps Liverpool’s finest player ever, but an all-time XI from the red half of Merseyside would also undoubtedly include players like John Barnes, Kevin Keegan, and El Pistolero and Stevie Mbe, two contemporary legends.
The formation comes first, of course. Although it could be tempting to line up Robbie Fowler, Michael Owen, Ian Rush, and Luis Suárez in an 0-6-4 formation, common sense must prevail. As Bill Shankly once famously said: “If you’re not sure what to do with the ball, simply pop it in the net and we’ll debate your alternatives later,” Liverpool has always desired the ball.
A 4-2-3-1 formation is used in Kikosi Bora Cha Muda Wote Liverpool, with four to five players crowding the center to control the ball, deft and inventive players out wide high up the field to receive fast passes, and a natural goal scorer to seal the deal.
Kikosi Bora Cha Muda Wote Liverpool
Goalkeeper – Bruce Grobbelaar
Full-backs – Phil Neal, Alan Kennedy Central Defenders – Alan Hansen, Sami Hyppia
Graeme Souness, Steven Gerrard and Trequartista – Kenny Dalglish
Luis Suarez, Kevin Keegan and Striker – Ian Rush