English Premiership

Hendo: Sturridge feeling 'low'

2014-11-21 11:33
Jordan Henderson with Liverpool team-mate Daniel S
Jordan Henderson with Liverpool team-mate Daniel Sturridge (Supplied)
Cape Town - Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson has revealed team-mate Daniel Sturridge is "at a really low point" as he faces another six weeks out through injury, reports Football411.

The England international is not expected to feature again in 2014 after suffering a thigh strain during training on Monday, a setback which followed hot on the heels of the calf problem which has kept him sidelined since August.

And Henderson has now revealed the latest setback has had a big impact on Sturridge, telling ESPN: "It is a big blow, not only for the team but for him as well.

"He is devastated, at a really low point really because he was looking forward to getting back playing. He felt good so it is disappointing for us as a team and him personally.

"We have to make sure as team-mates we are strong for him because he is doing everything he can in the gym and on the training field to get back as quick as he can. Hopefully he has a quick recovery, a speedy recovery and he comes back firing on all cylinders."

 

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