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Lucas Leiva is the fifth guest of our second series, joining Peter McDowall and Jan Molby to relive the 10 eventful years he spent on Merseyside.
From the help of Rafael Benitez during his early days adjusting to life at a new club in a new country, to being a ‘nightmare’ for Jurgen Klopp towards the latter part of his time in a red shirt, the Brazilian talks us through the ups and downs of his Liverpool career playing for five different managers.
There are also insights into his early retirement from the game and what life has been like since hanging up his boots.
‘He brought us in for a one-to-one… it was good, but it wasn’t nice.’
In the latest episode of We Are Liverpool, Curtis Jones joins Peter McDowall and Jan Molby and reveals the harsh truths from a club legend that proved to be inspirational in making his dream of reaching the first team a reality.
From the incredible moment of scoring his first goal for the club against Everton and how he celebrated that evening, to the hurdles he has since faced to establish himself within the first team set-up, Liverpool’s No.17 talks us through the steps he’s taken and why there’s more still to come.
We also hear what’s required of a Jürgen Klopp midfielder, the special bond he has with fellow teammate Harvey Elliott, and how a new-look Reds midfield is both exciting and motivating him further.
On 20th October 2007, Dirk Kuyt wrote himself into LFC folklore…but his Liverpool story could have been so much different.
Kuyt’s match-winning penalties at Goodison Park are just one of many significant moments the Dutchman had in a red shirt, but as he revealed when he joined us, another teammate was designated for spot-kicks that day.
Our former No.18 relives his six-year spell at Anfield from the moment Rafa Benitez called to request his services, to the tough decision he had to take when it came time to say goodbye.
We also learn where his famous hard-work ethic came from, the added significance behind that goal against Inter Milan and how he played a role in bringing Luis Suarez to L4.
There are few people better placed to talk us through the art of goalscoring than the man who did so on 476 occasions during his career. John Aldridge lived the dream; going from Kop fanatic to wearing the famous red shirt with his hero’s number on his back and becoming a Liverpool icon in his own right.
In the second episode of season 2, Aldo talks us through how the transfer of a lifetime came about the morning of a big cup game, the confidence and nerves he had walking into a dressing room packed with Reds legends but how, ultimately, his knack of goalscoring came naturally.
We also discover the quirk of fate that took him from suffering Wembley heartache in 1988, to feeling utter jubilation 12 months later, which of the hundreds of goals he scored is the one he’d pick to experience all over again and how he won over the hearts of Real Sociedad fans after leaving Anfield.
What is the secret behind executing the perfect pass? Is it timing? Technique? Vision? Trent Alexander-Arnold reveals his thoughts on the process in the first episode of a brand-new season of We Are Liverpool.
Joining Peter McDowall and new co-host Jan Molby, Liverpool’s vice-captain talks us through his on-pitch expertise and the story behind the moment he became part of the club’s new captaincy team with Virgil van Dijk.
There’s also insight into how criticism has affected the 25-year-old and how he’s learned to deal with it, as well as adapting to a playing a new role within the team. We’ll also find out which game is the biggest in the calendar for him and his greatest moment on a football pitch.
Our special episode comes direct from Liverpool’s pre-season training camp in Germany, with Jürgen Klopp sitting down with Peter McDowall as preparations continue for the new campaign.
Now in his eighth year at the club, the boss reflects on the past year, while revealing the messages he’s given his squad ahead of the new season and the vision he has for the team’s development.
Taking a break from the team’s busy schedule, there are insights on the make-up of Liverpool’s training programme over the coming weeks, how his new signings are adjusting to life in a red shirt and if you’ve ever wondered which Rocky film is Jürgen’s favourite look no further!
Genuinely great conversations - Peter and Robbie ask thoughtful questions in these interviews, and it’s a joy to listen to club legends and contemporaries!
Can you please do a video on Mo Salah
Will you do a episode on Mohamed Salah?