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Liverpool free transfer 'bewitched' Steven Gerrard before angry outburst saw brutal response from manager

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READ MORE: 'Keep his mouth shut' - Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp slammed Tottenham star for 'childish' outburst READ MORE: Jurgen Klopp can unleash 'best' Liverpool midfield with new partner for Thiago and Fabinho The man who would go on to be regarded as Finland’s greatest ever footballer began his professional career in his homeland with Reipas, making his top flight debut at the age of only 16 in 1987.

I don’t know.

For sure I would have played longer there but I still remember my stay at Liverpool in a positive way.” • 'I had to calm myself down' - Jude Bellingham shares reaction to praise from Liverpool 'hero' Steven Gerrard • Pep Guardiola has already proved Trent Alexander-Arnold critics wrong after former England defender's rant • 'Not naive' - Virgil van Dijk gives honest verdict on form and reveals Liverpool talks before Ajax • 'Not convinced' - Steve McManaman tells Liverpool to steer clear of two midfielders they can sign for free

But the future Netherlands and Manchester United manager’s eyes would be opened when - at the suggestion of the team physiotherapist - Litmanen adeptly filled in for the injured Bergkamp and when the Dutch forward left to join Inter Milan in the summer of 1993, the Finn inherited the number 10 shirt as well as his place in the team and truly began to show what he was capable of.

The trick of course is getting them on board at mutually beneficial junctures for both player and club which is not always possible as Liverpool discovered when they were finally able to get Jari Litmanen to Merseyside .

Van Gaal’s side easily retained their league title by seven points after becoming Holland’s first ‘Invincibles’ but it was in Europe where they captured hearts and minds with their attacking, free-flowing and tactically fluid approach which harked back to the club’s glory days of the early 1970s when stars like Johan Cruyff, Johan Neeskens and Ruudi Krol led them to three successive European Cup victories.

The son of parents who had both played international football, he would move to the country’s biggest club, HJK Helsinki, four years later and twelve months later would move to MyPa 47 who he helped win the Finnish Cup.
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