Classic design home shirt worn by the Spice Boys as they finished third in the Premier League, despite being many people's pre-season favourites. This design is perhaps most famously remembered for the 4-3 win over Newcastle, where Stan Collymore's late winner proved the difference between the sides. The match was voted the "Match of the Decade" during the Premier League's ten-year celebrations in 2002. Roy Evans' side reached the FA Cup final only to be defeated by bitter rivals Manchester United. After Liverpool broke the national record fee of £8.4million for Nottingham Forest striker Stan Collymore, the aging Welsh striker Rush would lose his place to the younger partnership of Collymore and Fowler, featuring a total of 29 times and scoring 7 goals across all competitions. His long association with the Reds ended as he bid farewell to Anfield in May after agreeing to sign for Leeds United.