Not seasons or individual matches but our greatest year from January to December.
Some may argue 2019 given how much we've achieved, although not winning the League will leave a tinge of disappointment. A European Cup, Super Cup and possibly a Club World Cup puts 2019 up there as a real contender.
I'm sure some will say 2005 just for those European nights in the first half of the year. The arrival of our greatest keeper in the Premier League era also happened that year. Gerrard staying. But a disappointing League campaign and defeat in the League Cup final makes it a disappointing year with some wonderful highlights.
Those old enough will throw any number of the glory years in there. 86 double under Kenny, 84 treble under Joe, 77 under Bob, 65 under Shanks for the FA Cup, which was a huge deal back then (still is to some of us), 62 under Shanks to get back us back in the top flight.
There's many years that are contenders for our greatest calendar year but I'm picking 2001. It's for personal reasons as much as it is what we done as a club. Obviously the treble of 2001 and then the Charity Shield and Super Cup helped but it was everything about that year. It was the greatest squad I'd seen in my lifetime. I was at an age where I really understood football. We looked like a team ready to dominate football. I also loved the home shirt that year with the collar. One of the arl reebok ones. Jari Litmanen turning up and just oozing every bit of class he was. Gary Mac's winner against Everton, Fowler's overheard against Charlton on the final day, beating Barca at Anfield, that free kick from Riise against United, Owen at his best, Fowler still there, Gerrard and Carragher starting to establish themselves, Hyypia and Henchoz looking like the best pair in world football, Markus Babbel proving he was still a world class right back, a squad of many quality players all vying for a starting role, Didi Hamann playing the "Makelele" role perfectly before Makelele even arrived in England, four quality forwards in Fowler, Owen, Heskey and Litmanen.
So many happy memories from 2001, as does almost every year to be fair. But as a ten year old kid was was obsessed with nothing but Liverpool Football Club, 2001 was my favourite all round calendar year.
The only real downer in that calendar year was the health problems to Houllier and Babbel and a disappointing December that maybe took the title off us. Starting the month top and ending it fourth - albeit just three points off top and with a game in hand on all our rivals. (top of the table then was Leeds)