Everything that has happened since Liverpool's last league title in 1990
30 years is a long time, whatever way you look at it. If you're 30 years old, you will be considered young, but you've been alive for as long as Liverpool had to wait for a league title.
It's been an agonising wait for Liverpool fans. Thought it has been punctuated with two Champions Leagues, a treble in 2001 and domestic cups here and there, this one meant more.
Having dominated the previous decades, the Premier League era suddenly saw Manchester United soar to new heights while Liverpool lagged behind.
But now they've done it. Champions at last thanks for Jurgen Klopp and his perfect cogs in a perfectly oiled machine. Heavy metal football, but with precision.
During that 30 year wait, basically everything about the world changed. Margaret Thatcher resigned, mobile phones went from big bricks to almost 2D all-functioning computers. Friends came on our screens in 1994, and ended 10 years later. We saw great dramas: Breaking Bad, The Wire, The Sopranos, all start and end during Liverpool's drought.
Most significant and relevant is Liverpool's transformation. From champions, to UEFA Cup winners, to Roy Hodgson at the helm battling relegation, to European, world and English champions.
What a ride.
Liverpool are champions again after a 30 year wait.
Here is (almost) everything that's happened since their least league title in 1990. pic.twitter.com/LZ4Vtyq7bA
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