It’s time on your Liverpool FC morning digest on Sunday, April 16.
Harry Redknapp reveals what he has ‘heard’ about Jude Bellingham after Liverpool choice
Harry Redknapp has revealed he has “heard” Jude Bellingham is off to Real Madrid after Liverpool ended their pursuit of the England worldwide.
Borussia Dortmund midfielder Bellingham, 19, was extensively reported to be a high goal for the Reds this summer time. But information emerged earlier this week that the membership will now be concentrating on a number of signings within the subsequent window reasonably than committing the majority of the finances on one famous person.
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Redknapp, the daddy of former Liverpool star Jamie, was at Aintree as we speak to cheer on a horse he owns within the Grand National.
Speaking to the ECHO’s Ryan Paton this afternoon, Redknapp stated: “He was already named Back On The Lash after I purchased him. Hopefully he’ll be alright [in the Grand National]. He wants firm-ish floor actually, however I hope he runs okay.
Asked about his fondness for town and its golf equipment, Redknapp stated: “I love Liverpool. I love Anfield. I used to love going to Anfield. The atmosphere, the fans when they sing You’ll Never Walk Alone…there’s nowhere in the world like it.”
And delivering his verdict on Liverpool cooling their curiosity in Bellingham, Redknapp stated: “I’ve heard – I do not know if I’m proper – that he needs to go to Real Madrid.
“It’s difficult…amazing club again. Good lifestyle in Spain. That’s what I’ve heard anyway.”
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Liverpool misplaced ‘finest goalkeeper within the Premier League’ after drunken boast at horse racing
David James was thought-about considered one of England’s finest and brightest goalkeepers when he arrived at Liverpool on the age of 21. The then England under-21 worldwide joined the Reds from Watford.
However, his first season at Anfield didn’t go totally in accordance to plan. While he did begin the marketing campaign as first alternative, a troublesome sport towards Chesterfield within the League Cup value him his place within the facet.
James would go on to begin only one league match between September 1992 and January 1993. Mike Hooper was most popular to him when Bruce Grobbelaar was unavailable.
However, there have been higher occasions forward for James. After Grobbelaar received injured through the 1993/94 season, the previous England worldwide returned to his facet’s beginning line-up and went on to make 213 consecutive appearances for the Reds.
But the arrival of Brad Friedel in 1997 meant James was once more relegated to the bench. And though he managed to get again into the facet through the 1998/99 season, the marketing campaign turned out to be his final at Liverpool.
And recalling his Anfield exit to the Liverpool ECHO, James revealed how it began with a visit to Uttoxeter races, the place he ran into former Aston Villa chairman Doug Ellis, who was looking out for a brand new goalkeeper after promoting Mark Bosnich to Chelsea.
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