John Barnes shaking his hips and striding past full-backs at pace. Peter Beardsley nimbly jinking his way though defences. John Aldridge, predator-like and clinical. Steve McMahon powering through midfield minefields. Alan Hansen elegant and composed at the back. Steve Nicol rampaging down the flanks. Bruce Grobbelaar at his eccentric best. Anfield packed to the rafters. Kenny Dalglish stood in the dug-out, poking his head out of an oversized coat. Kopites lined up, shoulder to shoulder. Lads brought up wearing adidas Samba, munching Wagon Wheels on the famous old terrace and watching football better than the Brazilians. The red machine in full effect. Exciting. Enthralling. Entertaining. Maybe the class of 1987/88 was the best of all time. 25 years on since that remarkable season was crowned with a 5-0 destruction of Brian Clough's Nottingham Forest in one of the finest all-round exhibitions ever witnessed in British football, this is the uncut account of Liverpool's glorious '87/88 championship winning campaign. Containing previously unseen colour photos of the season newly unearthed from the Liverpool ECHO archives, this special retro magazine also features an exclusive interview with manager Kenny Dalglish; special articles with Brian Reade and Peter Hooton plus a revealing and often surprising look back at every game, goal and match day programme.