Fabinho sends ‘love letter’ to Liverpool teammate, begging him for a chance

Roberto Firmino looks set to leave Liverpool when his contract expires at the end of the season


The player, who is now 31 years old and has been at Anfield since 2015, had a fantastic career with the Reds, during which he won both the Premier League and the Champions League and made more than 350 appearances for the club.



His impact has decreased in recent times as a result of the arrivals of Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz, and Darwin Nunez, and he believes that it is time for him to move on when his contract expires this summer. He feels that it is time to move on.


For everything that he has accomplished while wearing the Liverpool shirt, Fabinho will feel a great deal of sadness to see his fellow Brazilian leave and would prefer to see him remain at the club “forever.”


‘Bobby is a really special guy,’ Fabinho said to ESPN Brasil after Firmino scored in Liverpool’s 7-0 thrashing of Manchester United on Sunday. Firmino was the player who scored the goal. The fαct that he is on our squad is a huge asset. He’s the kind of man that can win over anyone.



It was awesome that he scored today, and I loved how he celebrated by doing that. Because he is a person that everybody likes, everybody on the bench and everybody on the field celebrated with him when he scored.


Thus, in my opinion, he is the kind of person who should remain in Liverpool for the rest of time. He has been very significant to me ever since I set foot there. And I don’t want to talk too much about the future; instead, I think we should try to make the most of the remaining few months that we have with him here.


“I don’t know if the situation can still change, but we joke with him a little bit,” the speaker said. However, since we have this player with us, let’s make the most of this opportunity because he is a one-of-a-kind individual.


Peter Schmeichel h ι ts back at Jamie Carragher after taunts over Liverpool 7-0 Man Utd

After being ridiculed by Liverpool icon Jamie Carragher on Tuesday night following Manchester United’s humiliating 7-0 loss at the hands of the Merseysiders, Manchester United hero Peter Schmeichel responded by retaliating against Carragher. At Anfield on Sunday afternoon, United played poorly as Liverpool notched up goal after goal on route to their 12th victory in the Premier League this season. Liverpool’s triumph gave them a perfect record for the season.



Carragher spent Tuesday in the CBS Sports studio analyzing the second leg of Chelsea’s last 16 Champions League matchup with Borussia Dortmund. The matchup took place in Germany. And he couldn’t help but get some digs in by saying the number “seven” multiple times as he was speaking to Schmeichel, who was at Stamford Bridge at the time.


“Peter I just wαnted to ask you something because we are getting to that stage now with the Champions League where we are getting into March – the seventh of March. Can you tell me what stage we are getting into? It seems to be of great significance to me. As we move into the seventh day of March, how significant do you feel it is to be at the Bridge?



Schmeichel did not take any of it lying down and responded by saying, “I’m sure that was a wonderful question but Jamie we can’t hear you. Although we can see that you are speaking, we are unable to hear what you are saying. The conversation then turned to Jude Bellingham’s potential future, during which Carragher speculated on a transfer away from Dortmund. He inquired as to the type of price tag that was being discussed. “One would expect that it would have to begin with a seven, at the very least, and proceed from there,”


The former right back continued to make fun of Schmeichel by making reference to AC Milan’s match against Tottenham in the Champions League on Wednesday. He said, “AC Milan, how big of an issue will it be if they go out in the Champions League? We are talking about the people who have won seven times already.”

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