Liverpool evening headlines as Rhian Brewster discusses future and Anfield changes made
Here are your Liverpool evening headlines for Sunday, August 2.
Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster admits he is unsure “what will happen next year” after a productive loan spell at Swansea City.
Brewster, 20, scored 11 goals in 22 Championship appearances for the Swans after joining in January.
And the forward insists that Swansea will always occupy a special place in his heart whether or not he turns out at the Liberty Stadium again.
“I have loved every moment of it, I love the club, I love the fans, I love the staff, I love everybody here,” Brewster told the .
“I don’t know what is going to happen next year but if I don’t come back Swansea will always be in my heart.
“I’ll be Swansea forever and I will always keep tabs on them no matter what. I just hope that the boys just go for it again next season.”
The truth about Liverpool and VAR
Manchester United and Brighton & Hove Albion have benefitted most from the introduction of VAR in the Premier League, with Liverpool ranked seventh.
Brighton were involved in 12 VAR-overturned incidents, with 10 going their way and two against.
United benefitted from 10 incidents with three going against the Red Devils, giving them a net score of seven, while Crystal Palace (4), Burnley (3), Newcastle United (3) and Southampton (3) all enjoyed the rub of the green when it came to the new technology.
Liverpool, meanwhile, had a net score of two. The newly-crowned champions were involved in ...
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