Liverpool Captain Jordan Henderson suffered a knee injury during Liverpool's quarter-final encounter against Borussia Dortmund and the latest reports coming out of the Reds' camp suggest the England international could be out for a minimum of 6-8 weeks.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has urged his team-mates to ignore the hysteria surrounding the return of their manager to his former club and focus on beating Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Europa League quarter-finals.
Liverpool FC captain Jordan Henderson believes international team-mate Daniel Sturridge is one of the best in the world when fit, revealing that the former Manchester City youngster is more frustrated than anybody else when in the infirmary.
Liverpool FC are set to welcome back captain Jordan Henderson for their visit to the King Power stadium on Tuesday, while manager Jürgen Klopp had positive news on Philippe Coutinho, Daniel Sturridge, Martin Skrtel and Divock Origi.
Liverpool FC have been suffering from a number of injuries to the players in their squad, but are now ready to welcome Dejan Lovren back into their defence, for the FA Cup tie against West Ham United.
Heading into the League Cup semi final first leg clash away at Stoke City, Liverpool FC manager Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that star striker Daniel Sturridge has been ruled out of the match.
Liverpool FC manager Jurgen Klopp has hailed the ”dominant” performances of captain Jordan Henderson since his return from the injury, while also revealing his determination to get the best out of Christian Benteke by using his natural skills. Henderson’s dominant display from the central midfield was a key factor in Liverpool FC overcoming league leaders Leicester City, who had lost just once all season till the trip to Anfield. The Liverpool FC captain’s injury troubles already seem well and truly past him now, and manager Jurgen Klopp was quick to acknowledge his contributions from the midfield. Klopp hails Henderson, reminds him of defensive duty Speaking ahead of the Sunderland tie, the German manager hailed Henderson. He was quoted as saying by Liverpool Echo: “He was strong, he’s getting his rhythm, it’s very important he can stay in this rhythm after his third game back. “He was good at Watford too, it was not easy to look good in Watford but he […]
The atmosphere at Anfield on Sunday evening was electric to say the least, as Liverpool FC managed a last-gasp equaliser against a resilient West Bromwich Albion side. However, the Bundesliga-styled celebration that manager Jurgen Klopp tried in front of the Kop seems to have left some of the fans baffled.
The Liverpool FC captain is back with a bang! Jordan Henderson has had a rather difficult period with injuries, but the it hardly looked as if the Liverpool FC captain was making a comeback, as he scored an early goal to give his side the lead at Anfield, against the resilient West Bromwich Albion side.
Liverpool FC welcome back their creative star Phillipe Coutinho and captain Jordan Henderson to the starting XI against West Brom.