Liverpool FC's Top 10 Right Backs Ever

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Liverpool FC's Top 10 Right Backs Ever
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Liverpool Football Club is in a phase of transition and change. This past summer saw the parting of ways with Rafa Benitez, the arrival and departure of Roy Hodgson and the return of King Kenny Dalglish.

The much despised and damaging George Gillett and Tom Hicks ownership era came to an inevitably disgraceful end with the club finding itself in the courts both in England and America. As the dust settled, New England Sports Venture headed by John Henry, took over the club and brought in future change.

Boardroom and backroom changes have seen the corporate side of Liverpool Football Club take on a whole new outlook.

In the midst of all this upheaval, a young Liverpool defender has begun to make the headlines.

Martin Kelly is the latest in a long line of Liverpool right backs that have aspired to become the best the club has ever seen. Having made his way through the Academy, Kelly certainly has the right background and with impressive recent performances, he may well go on to rack up the appearances.

So much Liverpool related media attention has been focused on whether Kelly should play on Liverpool's right side of defence or should it be Glen Johnson. Dalglish's first team sheet on his return to the helm of the Reds featured Kelly as his right back. Whether Johnson would have played there if he was not at his child's birth is neither here nor there, Kelly put in a performance that suggested Dalglish may stick with him.

Either these two may go on to become Liverpool legends at right back.

But who is the greatest ever right back of Liverpool Football Club?

The following is a list of Liverpool Football Club's Top 10 Right Backs Ever!

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