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Liverpool Quotes

We’ve collected the best Liverpool Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Fred, Dillian Whyte, Philippe Coutinho, John W. Henry, Tony Bellew. Use them as an inspiration.

Personally, I’m happy how I played in my first ‘clasico’ against Liverpool.
It was at a gym near Liverpool Street. I came off the street – I was just a kid – and I was just excited about getting to punch someone in the face.
When a big player leaves, a big player leaves. You’re at a big club like Liverpool, another big player will come in the future.
Boston had the first public library, Liverpool had the first lending library. Both cities have pioneered medical advancements during the decades and both have the largest economic powers in the world exactly 213 miles to the south by car.
I knew about boxing, as my dad could fight. He had a successful security firm in Liverpool, and I’d see him come back from a jog before shadow boxing in the back yard. I’d watch and replicate what he was doing, as kids do. It’s funny how things turn out.
I’ve always liked Liverpool. I’d play a lot of video games, and I’d be them, because they played in red, like Independiente, my first club, Arsenal, or Chelsea.
Sergio Aguero
I’m not going to another club to hurt Liverpool.
Liverpool are a very good team everybody knows that and I am proud to be part of Liverpool.
I was close to John simply because I liked him as a person. He liked me as a person. We spent a lot of times at one another’s houses back in Liverpool. We spent a lot of time together in Germany.
Pete Best
When the Red Sox spent $300million on Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford, Liverpool fans were irate. It actually should have been Boston fans.
Liverpool is one of the superpowers of world football.
When you play for Liverpool, there’s always pressure, pressure to perform, expectation. Of course, that’s the reason why you want to go there.
As long as possible, I want to have that relationship with Liverpool, to be a Liverpool player. To say I have done that for the whole of my career is something I have dreamed of being able to say.
Nobody at Liverpool questions the manager. Jurgen Klopp is a top, top manager.
Each time I watch a Liverpool game, I feel something special, especially whenever it’s at Anfield, because it brings back great memories.
I will always support the team and the club. That’s why I am a Liverpool player and I am grateful for the support I get from the fans. It’s always nice to see and hear they are behind you.
There was interest from a lot of clubs, not just Manchester United, but as soon as I knew Liverpool were interested, I just felt it was the right club with the right coach. It was right for me to come here.
John Barnes was my idol growing up and he’s the reason I’ve supported Liverpool. I play nothing like him, though!
The intensity of the football and how the people live football in Liverpool – it is not a usual.
Sadio Mane is an excellent player. Before I came to Liverpool, I saw him on TV, and I liked him a lot.
When I went in to Liverpool, my job in the first season was to cut the budget. You only need to look at the players who left. Maxi Rodriguez, Alberto Aquilani, Pepe Reina.
It was important for me, when I left a club like Liverpool, to one, have a breather, but then my next job, I needed pressure. And there’s a pressure at Celtic. It’s a huge club; there’s an expectancy to win every game.
We play for Liverpool. It is always our intention to win. All the players here want to compete at the top and win. The manager does not have to say to us, ‘We want to win a trophy.’
The great thing about coming from where I come from – Liverpool and my family – is that we’re very close. I have a great relationship with my siblings and their kids.
I always got a kick out of it when they called it the California Sound because it really came out of Liverpool and Greenwich Village.
There are only two or three places in Britain with Catholic and Protestant cathedrals,and Liverpool is one. My wife Montse and I like to go to both of them.
I’m looking forward to the intensity of football and how the people live football in Liverpool. It’s a special club.
My family was going back to England to visit my mother‘s grandmother, who was very ill. We went up to Liverpool and I met my great-aunt, who was just a force of nature. She was an elocution teacher and a huge enthusiast for theater and the classics. I took her amateur acting class, and she was really impressed with me.
The coaching staff expected us to show up on time, give it our all and leave nothing out there. By all means play hard but work harder. That was part of the Liverpool Way.
At Brondby, we had Daniel Agger, who came up from the youth. He had two years in the team, and then we sold him to Liverpool for nearly £7 million, which is a lot of money in Denmark. As a manager, that gives you even greater satisfaction that winning something as a player.
Not playing for Liverpool would hurt me more than not playing for England.
I come from a family of teasers myself. My grandfather was from Liverpool, and he had a dry sense of humor, and he would tease us terribly. My brother Beau was so skilled in his teasing that he could get a rise out of me by simply pointing at me.
Divock Origi isn’t going to win Liverpool leagues, no disrespect. If he was better than Mohamed Salah or Roberto Firmino, he’d be playing every week.
To score a goal for Liverpool is always special but the fact it was for the first team makes it even better.
I was a Liverpool fan as a kid.
Xabi embraced life in Liverpool.
Hopefully I will have a long career at Liverpool.
People in Liverpool don’t move very far, you know.
Why didn’t I stay at Liverpool after having achieved what I wanted to do: to play, score, and of course to relaunch my career? I cannot answer that. It is better to put the question to Gerard Houllier because I really wanted to stay.
The life of Liverpool is commerce; it is a city of warehouses and shops.
Katharine Lee Bates
I love Asbury Park. It’s like the Liverpool of America.
When you manage Liverpool, you know the Manchester United job is gone.
I had better offers financially but from the first day I said I want to come to Liverpool.
When I was young, I didn’t know a lot about Liverpool, but when I was coming here, my father told me about the history of the club.
Every week I look at Liverpool and hope they win.
For me, what makes Liverpool special is that they are a team that works very well on the lines, very compact, in which everyone attacks and defends.

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