Liverpool fans couldn’t be a happier bunch right now. The Reds are flying at the top of the Premier League and are still alive in the Champions League. However, they haven’t got a full squad available to them, and after the club posted a video starring Rhian Brewster and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the Kopites can’t wait for the duo to come back.
Tonight. 6PM. YouTube.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) 24 January 2019
Anfield looks like one of the best places to be for a top-level footballer at the moment, the atmosphere around the Melwood training ground looks amazing and the players are all enjoying themselves as their success on the pitch continues. However, they haven’t peaked yet and there will be plenty more to come from the Kopites, especially when they get everyone on their payroll back to full fitness.
In Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jurgen Klopp has a talented workhorse of a midfielder who helped them get to the Champions League final last season, even though he was injured for the final in Kiev. Meanwhile, Brewster is slightly behind his treatment room teammate and is yet to crack into the senior side properly. However, 2019 could be the best year of both of the pair’s careers, and the fans cannot wait to have them back.
You can read the Reds’ excitement over having the duo back here:
That’ll warm the cockles of my heart! Tough year for both guys, looking forward to seeing you both back on the pitch.
— Dean Haden (@deanohaden) January 24, 2019
I love both lads
— Achmad Fauzan (@ojanooo) January 24, 2019
Both warriors on and off the field. Can't wait for Ox's return.
— Kishor Karki (@KishorKarki1) January 24, 2019
Can't wait to see them on pitch together
— swapnil m jadhav (@swapnilrocks13) January 24, 2019
The rehab boys. Honestly can’t wait for them to be back
— (@BeithKobinson) 24 January 2019
Looking forward to seeing them balling for us again. The Chambo-brewster combo is gonna be unreal
— Enganche (@Keitatempo) 24 January 2019
Yessssss can't wait for these two.
— BizarroLFC (@BizarroLfc) January 24, 2019
The Reds love their injury-stricken pair and will be over the moon when they’re both ready to return to action.
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