Jordan Henderson makes dressing room admission after noting all’s not well at Liverpool

Jordan Henderson admitted that things are far from perfect at Liverpool, as the club’s topsy-turvy league form clearly demonstrates.

Regardless, the England international made it clear that he has full faith in the men he shares a dressing room with, citing the team’s great resilience over the years.

“People quickly realize what went wrong, but it was only four or five months ago that we played as many games as we could, won two trophies, reached the Champions League final and lost the league by one point. said the Reds captain. he told the Daily Mail.

“You have to put things into perspective a bit. That doesn’t mean everything is fine, because it isn’t.

“But I know the players in the dressing room and I know that they will give absolutely everything every time they play.

“The most important thing is how you deal with adversity and setbacks. We have done very well in recent years. And now we have to do it again.”

The Merseysiders will take on Tottenham in north London with a 10-point difference separating the two Premier League sides (the former have a game to spare).

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Few could have predicted that we would languish so far from the top four going into the World Cup after a season that promised much and only half delivered.

However, as Bobby Firmino has shown so beautifully in 2022/23, there is no need to rush into throwing players away and we will be hoping for the best from woefully out of form stars like Fabinho in the future.

Recruitment should be considered a must over the course of the next two transfer windows, but this team in its current state should still have enough in the tank to mount a serious challenge for Champions League places.

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