Henderson Must Remain On Liverpool Bench

By on November 22, 2011

Jordan Henderson’s switch on for Craig Bellamy was an inspired one by Kenny Dalglish. He brought creativity, he brought speed and he created several chances for the Reds.

I’ve been a Henderson supporter from the start and I maintain my opinion that he will shrug off that price tag, except I don’t believe that it’s his time for him to be a regular starter just yet. Personally, as of now, I think he would do better as an impact substitute, as someone whom comes on and splits defences apart with his vision.

Jordan Henderson was also all over the pitch on Sunday, offering a bundle of energy to Liverpool’s late push for that winning goal. he covered a lot of ground in yesterday’s match. His dribbling ability is pretty impressive as well, so as I said, don’t write him off just yet. He’s still really young and he has plenty of time to develop with the Reds.

I have no doubt about it, Jordan Henderson will be a star in the near future, he’s a real talent.

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3 Comments

  1. Lion Heart

    November 22, 2011 at 10:29 am

    Henderson has made impact coming from the bench but whenever he has started he has struggled, so i agree that he is not yet ready to start for Liverpool specially not in big games.

  2. bulldog

    November 22, 2011 at 11:01 am

    He is defo one for the future, just give him tim, he is improving every game. i think he is a fantastic buy, we need to encourage our players not moan, he trys every game.

  3. emmanuel

    November 22, 2011 at 3:20 pm

    Yeh! of coz the boy is still young and he showed on a sunday that being realistic about him is playing him as a sub.He could start sometimes but not everytime.As long as the boy is going to accept that he is an impact sub,then, it would be good for the football club and for himself because that is the reality.

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