Jordan Henderson has opened up on his feelings after being cleared of wrongdoing by FA in the incident involving defender Gabriel Magalhaes.
Jordan Henderson : Row with gabriel | Book signing
Henderson is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Liverpool and the England national team.
|Full name||Jordan Brian Henderson|
|Date of birth||17 June 1990|
|Place of birth||Sunderland, England|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.82 m)|
Henderson joined the Sunderland Academy at the age of eight, making his first-team debut a decade later in November 2008.
He spent six months on loan at Coventry City in 2009, before returning to Sunderland.
Jordan Henderson row with gabriel
The Football Association has dropped its investigation into a blazing on-field row between Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson and Arsenal’s Gabriel.
A complaint had been raised by the Brazilian defender to referee Michael Oliver, who interviewed the pair after the stormy fixture on October 9.
However, after questioning teammates within earshot and analysing TV footage, the FA has now found there is “no case to answer”. “Following an investigation into an allegation received by The FA in the Premier League fixture between Arsenal FC and Liverpool FC on Sunday 9 October 2022, The FA can confirm that it will not be taking any disciplinary action,” the governing body said.
Representatives for Henderson, Gabriel, Liverpool, Arsenal and the FA all declined to detail in public what was alleged to have been said. Gabriel, who looked enraged during footage of the match, had first raised the complaint.
“The FA received a complaint about an incident involving two players in this fixture,” the FA added. “As a result of the complaint, The FA conducted a full and thorough investigation.
“The investigation included taking witness statements from the complainant and accused, along with an additional six players who were within proximity of the alleged incident, reviewing multiple angles of video footage, and seeking independent linguistics experts’ evidence.
None of the witnesses heard the alleged comment, and the player accused strenuously denied the allegation throughout. Whilst The FA is entirely satisfied that the allegation was made in good faith, it is equally satisfied that there is no case to answer.”
The 32 year Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson signed the book of condolences for the Queen yesterday in Liverpool’s city centre and some of the comments underneath his post have just been shocking.
The whole of Liverpool club are extremely worried about the minute silence for the Queen this evening as there’s a good change it could get booed. An awful lot of people that support the club aren’t the biggest fans of the Royal family.
The No.14 charts his career of more than a decade and counting at Anfield from when he first signed for the Reds in 2011, a spell that has included 463 appearances and seven trophies so far during his tenure as captain.
A relentless and inspiring presence, Henderson has lifted the Premier League, Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup, Emirates FA Cup, UEFA Super Cup, Carabao Cup and FA Community Shield with his trademark ‘Hendo shuffle’ to cement his LFC legacy.
The book also tracks his progress on Merseyside, from struggling to settle under his first manager Sir Kenny Dalglish, to Brendan Rodgers handing him the armband following Steven Gerrard’s departure, and eventually those multiple major honours and successes under current boss Jürgen Klopp.
Off the field he is a fearless ambassador, with his role in backing the NHS following his work during the COVID-19 pandemic and unifying players across the Premier League to support NHS Charities Together.