Aaron Ramsdale has claimed Jordan Henderson is ‘underrated’ and ‘disrespected’ for what he doesn’t do on the pitch.
The Liverpool captain is now 32 and may be showing signs of aging, but since returning from Sunderland in 2011, the England international has lifted every major trophy possible in the Anfield outfit. I was.
Kopites may be looking to sign a new midfielder in the coming months, but the Arsenal shoot-stopper has pounced on the Reds’ skipper defensively.
“He doesn’t play all the great stuff, so he gets very neglected,” he told The Fellas podcast (via Rousing The Kop). “He runs 12km in one game, like he’s talking to people on the pitch.
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“What he does, he’ll play incredible passes and crosses, but it’s probably only done once in a match so it won’t be talked about much. is underestimated in
“They love him.”
Henderson has grown accustomed to criticism.
After joining Liverpool and replacing Steven Gerrard as club captain in 2015, he has always had to prove people wrong and show why he deserves to be a regular starter for club and country. I didn’t.
The intensity he delivers and the standards he sets for his teammates on and off the pitch are what make him a true leader.
While he may no longer bring as much energy to the side as he once did, he remains an integral player in Jürgen Klopp’s side and will see the famous Hend Shuffle appear on the show in the years to come. I am sure you will see.
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