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Jordan Henderson: World, European and Premier League Winning Captain of Liverpool

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Played well today but still blazed one a mile over when it was easier to score.

Does that a lot.

Whenever my 9 year old lad skies a shot, he refers to it as a 'Henderson'...

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Thought he did very well today as the only defensive minded player outside the back four. I think he is a confidence player and hopefully the upturn in form will edge him into being a bit more positive on the ball.

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It's great how the fans were so supportive during his injuries.

Some were in all fairness, I had the injury he had and really struggled for six months and I work in an office. It completely hampers mobility, it was bound to affect someone who relies on a pressing sort of game.

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Some were in all fairness, I had the injury he had and really struggled for six months and I work in an office. It completely hampers mobility, it was bound to affect someone who relies on a pressing sort of game.

 

You're like the white collar Hendo.

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He's afraid of his own shadow at times . Need to see more of tonight's efforts again. Should be scoring 7-10 every season.

Not from where he plays now. If he gets 5 he ll be doing well.

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The game is so quick now, players take longer to get back into the groove, its how it is.  I think back to the like of Molby and what a passer and player but he would be fucked these days, its how it is different, the game has moved on.

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He played well but went missing for their goal, so not an unalloyed success. Anyway, let's see him put in a few more decent performances before jumping up and down and squeaking too much

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Boring James Milner – ‏@BoringMilner

 

Just congratulated Jordan Henderson on his goal. I said I think you were about 25 yards out. He said maybe 30. I said no 25. He said Oh.

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