Virgil van Dijk Reveals Why He Choose Liverpool Over Manchester City

'Liverpool will field strongest line-up for remaining Premier League fixtures'

'Liverpool will field strongest line-up for remaining Premier League fixtures'

"I would bring it back to Virgil van Dijk, and it's a weird one because he hasn't been on the scene for as long as these names we mentioned..."

With the first-team preparing to play in the FIFA Club World Cup in Qatar, a team of youngsters led by then Under-23 boss Neil Critchley lost 5-0 to Aston Villa in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup in December. "It's hard not to be able to go out there, show our talent, work hard, the little things in the game", Van Dijk continued. I was not good enough at all, I was on the bench a lot. Real football fans know how important defenders are and they appreciate them. "I had an injury in my groin because I was growing so much, but after that I made big steps". Willem II is not a team everyone expects to win and Groningen is the same. "I was always a victor in my feelings but not in competitions". I didn't have my driving licence at the time, so I had to take the bike every day. "These kind of things happen only in lockdown so some positive things happened for me as well".

That determination has been a huge part of the Dutchman's success in the Premier League and his relentless focus is clear for all to see.

"It was just incredible, from start to finish, it's something we all want to experience again, whether it's in the Premier League or next season in the Champions League".

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Former Liverpool FC captain Gerrard is widely regarded to be one of the Red's most legendary players, with the ex-midfielder having won all of the major trophies with the Merseyside outfit aside from the Premier League.

"I thought this is another Gareth Bale, when Harry Redknapp tried to sell him to Nottingham Forest". "

"The European nights were outstanding and gained me a lot of experiences against certain strikers and in certain situations.

". When you are not happy it makes no sense so, to be honest, it's better I see Liverpool winning and I'm happy as well playing.

"Winning championships was something I hadn't experienced before at a young age and it [moving to Celtic] made me a victor".

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