Club captain Jordan Henderson wants to move forward in the face of a difficult schedule list and an ongoing injury crisis.
The past few weeks have been quite difficult for Liverpool between the club’s ongoing injury crisis and a few points down in England and Europe. However, at the end of the day, looking at the table can bring some comfort.
Despite the perception of struggle and not a little talk about doom and darkness, they are tied in the league and in the Champions League group. Now, says Captain Jordan Henderson, it’s time to buckle up and move on.
« It’s one thing to have a decent fall, but only if you can get through the winter, » he said ahead of Tuesday’s game against Ajax. “When the games get bigger and faster than ever, you have a chance to make the most of spring.
« Much has been said about the schedule and without wishing to reopen the debate, it is fair to say that this season is tougher than ever. « . But it is what it is, and our job as players is to remove every obstacle that comes in our way.
« Nobody is going to do us a favor and we are not looking for anyone. The best we can do is stick to our mantra, play one game at a time, and be as competitive as possible, no matter who our opponents may be. ”
Winning against Ajax tonight will be tough as the Reds are playing their fourth game in ten days and many legs look tired over the weekend after losing points in Brighton but if they can win it would be something make it easier.
It would guarantee a spot in the knockout rounds and allow them to make it easier in their final group game against FC Midtjylland next week while they concentrate fully on the league – where they won’t play until Sunday have to.
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