For me the left wing position has always been a huge nightmare for Liverpool to overcome. WE had many who tried to secure the position but many have failed, however for me Harry Kewell was one of the most promising, experienced and talented guys we had for the job.
Although Kewell's time at the Reds was plagued with injuries, we mus not forget what type of player the Aussie was, during his time at the EPL, he has become one of the most destructive players to ever set foot in the pitch, his time he spent at Leeds allowed him to showcase his talents to the world, during the 1999 season he was one of the most talented players in the world with clubs all over the world each wanting their share in the young Aussie such as Barcelona, Ac Milan, Arsenal, Manchester united and of course Liverpool.
During his time with the club he won both the FA Cup and the Champions League. He has also scored a handful of goal for the Reds for the short time that he was there.
Kewell was one of those players that found it very easy to drift in out of gaps and create chances out of nothing, his partnership with Riise of the left was key to Liverpool's success. He may not have been the greatest player we ever had but in terms of class and quality i don't think we can ever get anyone like him again.