With their captain’s departure at the end of the season, Liverpool have a natural successor in Jordan Henderson, writes James Nolan.
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Dean Hayes discusses Jordan Henderson who has come on leaps and bounds at Liverpool over the past couple of seasons.
Ahead of Liverpool’s FA Cup tie with Bournemouth today, Seth Burkett discusses the club captain.
Gary Emmerson looks at the Liverpool midfielder’s surge to prominence in recent months.
Will Cullen looks at a pair of young English midfielders who have started the season very at their respective clubs.
Jordan Henderson is the last man standing. Of the three expensive – see: overpriced – Englishmen brought in by Kenny Dalglish, gone are Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing. Of this North Eastern triumvirate, it is the boy from Sunderland who remains. Many balked at the fee when Liverpool paid £16m – potentially rising to £20m […]
Mark Godfrey looks at a few of the players who could be headed for pastures new either in January or the summer.
A number of players have passed through the One 2 Watch microscope, so we’re opening the filing cabinet and reviewing the progress of some of the players who have featured in our series of potential world stars.
Ciaran Kelly breaks down the England national side and looks ahead to what could be a bright future for ‘them across the water’.
Mark Redford looks at the importance of Dirk Kuyt who was left out of Liverpool’s starting line up at the weekend.