Kenny Won’t Rush Sebastian Coates In To Action

By on September 10, 2011

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish insists the club will not rush new signing Sebastian Coates in to first team action.

The 20-year old Uruguayan defender has reinforced his reputation as a rising star with the award of Best Young Player in his country’s winning Copa America campaign this summer.

The Promising youngster made a £7million switch to Anfield this summer after leaving South American outfit Nacional. Dalglish said:

“Sebastian was on Damien’s (Comolli) radar for two years. Obviously he would have only been 18 then.

“He came to prominence in the Copa America when he won it with Uruguay and was voted Young Player of the Tournament – and that’s not a bad accolade when you consider (Alexis) Sanchez went for 40 million to Barcelona. He must have played well!

“We’re happy to have him in. We just need to give him time to settle down and we look forward to it.”

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2 Comments

  1. hassan luyimbazi

    September 10, 2011 at 10:31 am

    The koptite red army whats the fuss arroung Marko Marin IS HE REALLY COMING TO ANFIELD

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