Liverpool return to European action on Thursday evening as they make their first Europa League bow since featuring in the final seven-years ago.
The Reds are on the road against Austrian side LASK, and there have been wholesale changes since their last outing in Europe's second-tier competition.
Conquering Europe and England since their defeat in the Europa League final against Sevilla during Jurgen Klopp's first season at the club have followed, as the German remolded the identity of his team.
Not one player that featured in the final all those years ago remains part of the first-team that has travelled to Vienna as the Reds look to rediscover from a disappointing previous season.
Mail Sport takes a look at where Liverpool's last Europa League team are now.
The Belgian was trusted by Jurgen Klopp for every minute of Liverpool's campaign but showed the Reds manager a new goalkeeper would be required if they wanted to challenge England and Europe's elite.
He conceded three goals in the final and returned to Belgium three-years later after falling down the Anfield pecking order with both Loris Karius and current No.1 Alisson Becker ousting him and a move to Club Brugge following.
Mignolet has managed to rebuild his career since returning to Belgium with three Pro League titles and a player of the year award last year showing his worth.
Once heralded as Liverpool's right-back for years to come, Clyne suffered a serious fall from grace following the Europa League final in-line with Trent Alexander-Arnold's emergence.
The former England international was never able to reclaim his place once Alexander-Arnold came into the fray and a failed loan move to Bournemouth three years later soon followed.
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