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Jordan Henderson injury update could define Liverpool season

Liverpool have been incredibly unfortunate with injuries this season. The Reds have seen a majority of their squad consigned to the treatment table at one time or another and we’re currently sweating on news of one of our most important players. The latest Jordan Henderson injury update could define the season for Liverpool.

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Jordan Henderson injury

The Merseyside Derby was grim viewing for Kopites over the weekend.

The Reds went behind early on when Ozan Kabak failed to spot the run of Richarlison behind him.

Not long afterwards the skipper limped off.

Jordan Henderson appeared to pick up a groin injury, he tried to play through it but was substituted for Nat Phillips shortly afterwards.

The Ev held on for the rest of the game, putting the tie to bed with a dubious penalty late on.

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Kopites are now sweating on a Jordan Henderson injury update.

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The skipper looked to be in a bad way when he came off, the moment he went down he looked gutted about what had happened.

The Mirror reported this week that the captain could be out until May with the injury.

The report claims that it could be a grade two tear for the skipper which would mean six weeks on the sidelines at least.

Henderson injury update could define season

Whilst we wait for news from the boss, fans must worried.

The Jordan Henderson injury update could well define the season for Liverpool.

We are in a precarious position, looking to recover form at a key stage of the season.

To be without our captain in a moment like this could be disastrous.

The Reds need to get through the second leg against RB Leipzig, doing so without Hendo could be tricky.

We will need to be ferocious against the German side, the skipper is usually key to keeping the intensity high, without him the Reds could fade away.

Fingers crossed the problem isn’t as bad as first feared, we can’t afford for it to be.

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