By Jack Kinnersley For Mailonline
Published: 07:36 BST, 21 August 2019 | Updated: 07:37 BST, 21 August 2019
1990. A world without Facebook and Twitter where mobile phones were not very mobile because they were so big they couldn't fit in your pocket. A world in which the internet was still just an idea.
And a world when Liverpool were champions of England.
It is 30 years this week since the opening game of the 1989-90 campaign. That is how long Liverpool supporters will have had to wait for the Reds to win the league title - if they finally manage to do it this season.
Many fans of Jurgen Klopp's side today were not alive to see Alan Hansen and Co lift the trophy. In fact, in Liverpool's current squad only James Milner, Dejan Lovren and Adam Lallana were born.
Liverpool supporters have had to wait 29 years for the Reds to win the top flight
Many fans of Jurgen Klopp's side today were not alive to see Ian Rush and co lift the trophy
Division One winner: Liverpool
FA Cup winner: Manchester United
League Cup winner: Nottingham Forest
European Cup winner: AC Milan
Division One top scorer: Gary Lineker (24)
Division Two winner: Leeds United
Division Three winner: Bristol Rovers
Division Four winner: Exeter City
You would have to wait another eight years for Trent Alexander-Arnold to enter the world.
Klopp had only managed to earn a professional contract as a player the year prior and he was playing in front of just 5,000 people for German second-divison side Rot-Weiss Frankfurt.
Ruud Guillit was the most expensive player at the