I look at what is happening with Ryan Giggs at Manchester United now and I am dismayed that Liverpool are letting that experience leave.
No-one wants to grow up and be a Gary Neville.
Thierry Henry, he was definitely the best. He was just too quick. Oh God, what a player he was. I was so relieved when he went to Barcelona. He used to have everything. You couldn't even kick him, he was big and strong, oh, Jesus, he was a nightmare
It has been so long since Liverpool won the title, I was a 12-year-old Everton fan the last time it happened.
For someone to ask 'Who did you play for' and to be able to answer a single name 'Liverpool' that would be brilliant...I don't think I'd ever leave
This is the best club in the world with the best fans, so I'm very proud to be a Liverpool player for the next four years and hopefully even longer.
I always wanted to be a one-club man, I always wanted to play for Liverpool. If I had gone out of the team in my twenties or early thirties I would've left because I love playing football.
When the Champions League is at stake, ... you do everything you can, whether it's called gamesmanship or cheating, to put the opposition off.
To captain Liverpool in any game is special, but to do it in a final, would be one of the proudest moments of my life.
I think Pep Guardiola is a top manager. There's no doubt about that. Not only did he manage Messi and Iniesta, but he made them better and took them to levels they'd never been before. The best team I've ever seen is Pep Guardiola's Barcelona. I'm sure his management got something to do with that.
Well Xabi is entitled to his opinion our team would never criticise another but we will look to exploit his lack of pace!
Don't ever call me a bottler on the radio with thousands of people listening
The best player I ever played against is Thierry Henry. He was something else; i've played against Rooney and Ronaldo and players like that but i think he was the best player ever to play in the Premier League
I think it would be great for football in Britain if Pep Guardiola wins leagues and dominates for a while with the way he likes to play and the players he'll bring in.
I've been to Cardiff a few times but I'd love to get to Wembley. My son is six or seven years old and I'd love to take him to Wembley to watch Liverpool.
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