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READ MORE: 'We can say that' - Jurgen Klopp makes surprise admission in open assessment of Liverpool slump In 2014 after returning to Brondby, the centre-half was pictured giving a fan of the club a tattoo and more recently shared a picture tattooing a Liver Bird to a Liverpool fan's foot. The club also had an alternate crest in the late 1940s, which was used on goods, matchday programmes, letterheads, and other items. It may be recognisable to followers of a particular East Lancs Road team, who went on to adopt a similar design in the 1960s. Liverpool’s last recorded use was in the early 1980s. Shut your mouth' - Steven Gerrard dressing room incident made Liverpool star 'melt' after dream Anfield return There is more of an awareness now of the damage caused by the cortisone injections many players of the 1960s and 70s used to regularly take to get them through games, with many suffering severe mobility problems in retirement as a result, but there is perhaps a misguided perception that in the modern game with all the sports science and top-level medical expertise involved that players can now continually smash through their physical limits without consequence.

I was petrified’ - Liverpool star went from Champions League heartbreak to tearful exit as a club legend The Hungary international also revealed a special link Gerrard, when asked by the club why he opted to take no.8. It is unacceptable to play for one of Liverpool's arch rivals”, Agger said afterwards."For a Dane, it's about having respect for the club you play at. I am proud to be able to pull on my Liverpool jersey and will never go to another club in England. I would never go to Manchester United or Everton, for example. It's about a form of respect for the club. I suppose Liverpool got a lot of money for him and, if the player doesn't want to be there any more, there is no reason to keep him. I should say I think everyone at Melwood liked him and still do, because he is a good guy and we wish him all the best in a blue shirt - except against us. Why has Torres been so poor? That is a big question isn't it? How to explain that. But look at the team. We played awful, we were s***. He is a part of the team so, when everything is playing well, normally he plays a lot better. It is the same for everybody, for me, for Stevie, it is the same.”The tattoo in question is scrawled in his native Hungarian across his arm, with the phrase: "Talent is a blessing from God, but without incredible will and humility, it is worthless." When I spoke to him I had no idea what design I wanted, I just knew that I wanted something about LFC as a birthday present for myself." The club’s first insignia was the coat of arms of the city of Liverpool. The artwork depicts Neptune, the Roman god of freshwater and the sea, and Triton, the Greek deity and messenger of the sea. They are flanked by two Liver birds, or cormorants, with the Latin words “God has granted us this ease” underneath. Have you seen a better Reds tattoo? Let us know in the comments below or send your pics to [email protected]

Chief among the Dane’s frustrations at his treatment was the fact he had twice turned down moves to Barcelona after seeking assurances from the Northern Irishman he was part of his plans. The Catalans had been keen to sign him during the two previous summers, with Manchester City also wanting to take him to the Etihad. “Whenever I had a good offer to go, I told Brendan that if he didn’t see me as part of his plans I’d leave but if he wanted me to stay then I’d fulfil my contract”, Agger said. “I loved being at Liverpool. My family loved it there. But if Brendan had said to me he wasn’t 100 per cent sure I would have gone. Brendan said he wanted me there but I don’t think he really did. How close was I to Barcelona? I had the contract in front of me. I just needed to put the signature on it. I could have done it as Liverpool actually agreed a price with Barcelona and I accepted my terms. I remember I had to go down in salary but I was fine with that. Dominik Szoboszlai has explained the influence that Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard had on his choice to take the no.8 jersey upon signing for the club. PSV Eindhoven were swept aside with ease in the last eight and, for the third year running, Benitez’s men were pitched against Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea in a major cup semi-final. A Joe Cole effort decided the first leg at Stamford Bridge in favour of the Londoners and Agger endured a difficult night after being targeted by Didier Drogba, coming in for criticism afterwards particularly from the Danish media who questioned the 22-year-old’s ability to play at the highest level. “You don’t need to worry about Daniel Agger, he’s going to be a top player for years to come”, Jamie Carragher told the assembled media before the Anfield second leg with manager Benitez also offering a ringing endorsement and big show of faith in his young defender’s capabilities. “Agger will learn from his experience against Drogba”, the Liverpool manager asserted. “Drogba can cause problems for some of the best defenders in the world. Daniel will be an even better player every time he plays in games such as this. He’ll have an outstanding game in the second leg. I’m sure of this. He’s that type of character.” READ MORE: Jurgen Klopp sends passionate Liverpool message after cameras stop rolling at AXA Training Centre Previously, the club had gone with a more simple logo that featured a single Liver bird. This was the first logo to appear on a uniform, appearing on the white jersey worn in the 1950 FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal.Agger himself knew he would have his work cut out to displace the central defensive duo who had marshalled Benitez’s side to European glory only months before but was keen to follow in the footsteps of fellow Dane Jan Molby who had established himself as one of Liverpool’s most popular overseas imports two decades earlier. "My aim is just to become a better player and win trophies and I hope Rafa can help me do that”, he said. “It is a big job to displace Jamie and Sami from this team but that is my job and I will fight for my place. I know it will be difficult to break into this team, they are the champions of Europe. I am aware of my countryman Jan Molby being at Liverpool. I know how good a player he was and what a great hero he was here, but if I can do anywhere near as good as him here I will be happy." As rumoured on social media, Szoboszlai confirmed that he has a tattoo inspired by the Liverpool legend on his arm. The Dane was benched for the next match away at Sunderland and would have to settle for infrequent appearances thereafter, the mistrust between player and manager again coming to the fore during a fractious exchange during half-time of Liverpool’s eventual 4-3 victory over Swansea in late February. With the Reds 3-2 up after a topsy turvy first period which saw the Swans draw level after going two behind early on, Agger along with defensive partner Skrtel were criticised for letting Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony have too much of the ball. “Everyone was quiet”, Agger remembered, “but I stood up and said, ‘How can you stand there and say that when we are only doing what you have been going on about all week.’ Rodgers just looked at me and muttered, ‘Whatever.’ I was substituted 12 minutes later.” This includes pictures of both his mother and father and a message in German that translates into English as "Family unending love". Read More Related Articles Liverpool defender started 'drinking and smoking' before red cards and angry falling out with manager after mystery illness

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