Liverpool Captain Focused On Quadruple Chase

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 27: Jordan Henderson of Liverpool lifts the Carabao Cup Trophy during the Carabao Cup Final match between Chelsea and Liverpool at Wembley Stadium on February 27, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Matthew Ashton - AMA/Getty Images)

Written By Jacobs Dunga 

With one trophy in the bag already, the skipper is looking at the possibility of winning every competition they’re involved in come end of the season.

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Jordan Henderson has refused to be modest about Liverpool’s ambitions for the season as the captain has come out to reiterate their desire to win on all fronts.


The Reds on Sunday saw off Chelsea via penalties in the final of the League Cup to lift the trophy for a record ninth time, one more than rivals Manchester City.

Liverpool do have a game in the FA Cup on Wednesday and are six points behind City on the Premier League table albeit with a game in hand. They have a 2-0 first leg advantage over Inter Milan in the Champions League and Henderson has stated they want to win everything possible while taking the games as they come.

Speaking to talkSPORT post-match, Henderson was asked about winning all four trophies, but insisted that his team will taking things step-by-step.

“I think people will get carried away, but as a team we won’t get carried away,” he insisted.

“We’ll take each game as it comes, yes we’re delighted with the win and we’ll enjoy tonight, but tomorrow it’s then about the business.

“We’ve got a tough game in midweek in the FA Cup and we just take each game as it comes.

“At the start of the season, you never set out to go for certain trophies and not go for them.

“We’ll take each game, not matter what competition it is, take each game at it comes, go for every single game and it’s worked okay so far.

“So hopefully we can just continue on that road and in the near future, hopefully there’s more trophies to be won.”

Liverpool have now won the fifth trophy under Jurgen Klopp since the German coach took over in 2015.


West Ham United boss David Moyes has provided an update on Ukrainian forward Andriy Yarmolenko who was afforded a leave of absence following the crisis in his nation.

The Hammers led by captain Declan Rice displayed their support for the attacker just before their game against Wolves.

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Moyes haw however expressed satisfaction as to how the football world has responded to the unrest in the eastern European nation.

“I think Premier League football is looked to throughout the world. Wherever you are in the world, the Premier League football is watched, whatever continent you’re on,” the Hammers boss said.

“I think there is a message coming from the Premier League, you saw it last night in the Everton vs Manchester City.

“It it was a brilliant message that they’re putting out all round saying that ‘nobody here, nobody in this part of the world is recognising war, we don’t want it, we don’t want to hear about it’.

“We support Ukraine and we support our player in Yarmolenko.

“At the moment we’ve given him a bit of time off and I’m hoping that he’ll be back in training tomorrow, but we’re really just more interested that he’s got his family safe and that everyone connected with him is OK.”

The Hammers will need Yarmolenko back in time as they bid to break into the top four.

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