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Jordan Henderson Delivers Emotional Farewell Message to Liverpool Supporters Ahead of Move to Al-Ettifaq

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Jordan Henderson, the Liverpool captain for the last eight years, has delivered an emotional message to Liverpool supporters ahead of his move to Al-Ettifaq in the Saudi Pro League. The 33-year-old midfielder has spent 12 years at Liverpool, having made the move to Anfield from Sunderland in 2011. He has been an integral part of Liverpool’s recent success, helping the team win the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, and League Cup.

 

In a video posted on Instagram, Henderson expressed his emotions about leaving the club he has been a part of for more than a decade. “I am not sure I have any words to sum up how I am feeling right now,” he said. “I am in the dressing room for the last time and as you can imagine it is very emotional. I need to somehow explain what these last 12 years have felt for me and my family.”

 

Henderson reminisced about his first days at Liverpool and how he felt driving through the old Melwood gates, meeting Damien Comolli, and meeting Sir Kenny. He talked about the good times and the hard times during his tenure at Liverpool, but emphasized that it will always be the good times that he remembers.

 

Being made the captain of Liverpool Football Club was one of the greatest honours of his life, he said, and he did everything he could to behave like a Liverpool captain should. The biggest honours at Liverpool weren’t personal ones, they were collective, he added.

Henderson thanked the Liverpool supporters for their unwavering support through good times and bad. He thanked them for all the sacrifices they made and will continue to make. He promised that he will always be a red until the day he dies and thanked the supporters for everything they have done for him.

 

Finally, he thanked the Liverpool supporters for making Anfield the most special place in the world to play football. Though he is sad he won’t have the chance to play at the bigger Anfield, he knows what impact it will have on the opponents. In closing, he said, “Thank you for everything. You will never walk alone.”

 

Henderson’s move to Al-Ettifaq has been controversial, but he leaves Liverpool as a legend and a hero to the club’s supporters. His leadership, hard work, and dedication to the team will be missed, but his legacy at Liverpool will live on forever.

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