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EXCLUSIVE: Liverpool defender opens up on bitter row with manager and why he left on free transfer

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For five years Stephane Henchoz was one of the first names on the Liverpool teamsheet.

“I should have thought, ‘I don’t want to leave Liverpool.’ Because when you leave Liverpool, there is only one way - the way down.



EXCLUSIVE: Liverpool star reveals why he rejected Man United as 'perfect' plan brought him to Anfield READ MORE: Jurgen Klopp set for huge Liverpool squad boost as Youri Tielemans message speaks volumes Henchoz did not take too kindly to his treatment at the hand of Benitez and publicly slammed his manager as a result, insisting, with his contract set to expire in the summer of 2005, he’d refuse to leave for a transfer fee in retaliation.



Forming a formidable partnership with Sami Hyypia at centre-back, he was a vital member of the Reds side that won the treble, qualified for the Champions League for the first time and fought for the Premier League title.

With Jamie Carragher usurping him as first-choice to break up his long-serving centre-back partnership, he’d never play a Premier League game for Liverpool again.

As the Switzerland international started to suffer with injuries in 2002/03 and 2003/04, his sporadic absences coincided with a drop-off in fortunes for the Reds, culminating in manager Gerrard Houllier’s departure in the summer of 2004.
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