Mark Lawrenson and Billy Liddell will both be inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame at the National Football Museum (official site).
The two stars are both icons of the club’s history and are fully deserving of their spot.
Billy Liddell spent 24 years at the club between 1938 and 1961, making 534 appearances and scoring 228 goals. Both tallies would have been a lot higher if it wasn’t for the outbreak of World War II and the suspension of the Football League.
Despite the amount of time spent at the club, he won just one major honour – a league title in 1947.
Mark Lawrenson picked up five league titles, one FA Cup, three League Cups and a European Cup duirng his seven-year spell on Merseyside between 1981 and 1988.
He played 356 games for us across all competitions and scored 18 goals – a great return for a defender.
The induction ceremony is taking place at the National Football Museum in Manchester on Wednesday night.