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The Liverpool player with the most consecutive appearances in club history

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If you had to think of a Liverpool player who made 417 consecutive appearances, across seven seasons, who would your mind turn to? To give you a clue, you’d have to turn back the clock to the 1970s and ’80s.

But between October 1976 and September 1983, Liverpool’s Phil Neal played an unbelievable 417 games in succession, the longest run in club history and a record that will never be surpassed. To put it into context, the right-back made 650 career appearances for the club from 1974 to 1985 and his run of 417 matches meant he did not miss a single game for six whole seasons.

Most consecutive club appearances with 417

His durability and reliability has him occupying first and 16th position for the most consecutive games played by a Liverpool player – his 417 matches is 81 more than next best Ray Clemence (336).

Neal is the most decorated player in Liverpool history, winning 16 major honours for the club, including eight league titles and three European Cups.
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