The Liverpool morning makes headlines when Harvey Elliott shines and “next Odegaard” takes the floor.


Liverpool’s ‘next odegaard’ on the relationship with Gerrard

Here are your Liverpool morning headlines for Monday, October 26.

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“It was a truly amazing experience and something I will never forget. It was an honor to have him as a coach and everyone else thought the same,” he said.

That was the experience that Edvard Tagseth enjoyed during his time in Liverpool, as he explained at Blood Red’s recent Academy Show.

When you learn the game as a young midfielder at a top club, there can’t be many better teachers than Steven Gerrard.

Recently there has been a lot of news about John W. Henry’s Fenway Sports Group considering a possible merger with RedBall Acquisitions.

The Norwegian knew that his chances in first team soccer at Anfield would be limited, so he returned to his home country. He has played 22 of Rosenborg’s 25 games this season, so the decision has clearly paid off. You can read more about his experiences working with Gerrard here.

Impact of the FSG’s potential 6 billion pound deal

RedBall would acquire 25 per cent of the new company in one step, which would result in it being listed on the stock exchange with a value of over £6 billion.

But what would this mean for Liverpool? More expansions after Anfield or a deeper source of transfer funds that Jurgen Klopp could draw on?

Harvey Elliott already impresses at Blackburn

Dave Powell has studied in detail what the merger could mean for the Reds in the future, making comparisons with both football clubs and American teams in other sports.

Harvey Elliott has already made nine appearances for Liverpool, which is impressive work for a 17-year-old. However, in order to continue his development in regular senior national team football, he will spend the 2020/21 season on a loan basis with Blackburn Rovers.

Kristan Heneage has analyzed his performance both in this game and in his debut, which took place in Watford in the middle of the week.

And the first signs of this are very positive, as the young man scored and assisted in the Rovers’ 4-0 win in Coventry City on Saturday, scoring a goal in the Rovers’ 4-0 win in his only second game for the club.

Elliott has started very well and will make his first appearance tomorrow night at Ewood Park against Reading.


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