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shared a snap of her leg in a cast from hospital on Instagram and revealed she had broken her fibula. Dr Hilary says Covid travel restrictions could return as UK cases riseMet Office national morning forecast for July 4 - Light showers with sunny spellsBlood Red: Mohamed Salah Contract Details Outlined After Contract ExtensionWhat Impact Could Mo Salah's New Contract Have On LFC's Future DealingsRoyal Mint reveals the rarest 50p coins to collectFabio Carvalho UNVEILED as a Liverpool FC Player at AXA Training CentreBlood Red: Pep Lijnders reveals phonecall to Jurgen Klopp about ‘new player’ Kaide GordonLove Island: Gemma calls Billy a 'player'Royal Blue: James Tarkowski Signing Confirmed On Free TransferBlood Red: The Future of Roberto Firmino in Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool SideEverton Provide Bramley Moore Stadium Update | Drone ShotsGangs of youths run riot in 'lawless' area of LiverpoolBlood Red: Julian Ward Role In Mohamed Salah Contract & Transfer DealsRoyal Blue: Richarlison Completes £60m Move As Everton Eye Jesse Lingard The former X Factor star addressed her painful injury on today's edition of Loose Women.

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7 wonderkids who vanished as Liverpool's youngest ever scorer starts trial at Preston
Ben Woodburn was Liverpool's next big thing.The midfielder became the club's youngest ever goalscorer in 2016 after netting against Leeds as a 17-year-old - breaking Michael Owen's long-standing record - and apparently impressed manager Jurgen Klopp so much that the German began easing him into the senior side there and then.But six years and four underwhelming loan spells later, the Welshman was released without any fanfare, with his stock so low that even Preston North End didn't have the confidence to hand him a contract without taking him on trial first.With Woodburn's downfall in mind, Daily Star Sport has taken a look back at seven other wonderkids who inexplicably fell off the face of the earth.READ MORE: Liverpool release forgotten star Jurgen Klopp used to rave about as departures confirmedIn 2004, Freddy Adu was America's answer to Lionel Messi.Dubbed "the next Pele" after making his professional debut at just 14-years-old, Adu looked to have the world at his feet with clubs across Europe eagerly tracking his progress.He went on trial with Manchester United in 2006, though work permit issues scuppered a potential move, and was forced to wait another year until Benfica came calling to get his shot at the big time. Though sadly for the Ghanaian-born attacking, his spell in Portugal was a disaster.He featured just 11 times for the club before being shipped out on loan and spent the next four years nomadically hopping around Europe like a party-hungry gap year student.
Liam Payne 'never kicked a football in his life' before joining Soccer Aid
Video: Liam Payne 'never kicked a football in his life' before joining Soccer Aid (Evening Standard)Jurgen Klopp’s pride is tinged with disappointment after final day dramaRangnick questions team spirit after United defeat in final gameJurgen Klopp not even contemplating dramatic triumph in title raceRory McIlroy was pretty sure Saudi-backed breakaway would not happenFrank Lampard addresses Everton pitch invasions following Patrick Vieira confrontation with fanThomas Tuchel highlights Chelsea ‘miracle’Jurgen Klopp likens Liverpool squad strength to having ‘Ferraris in the garage’Jurgen Klopp rules out Mohamed Salah and Virgil Van Dijk for Southampton gameAntonio Conte keen to watch Arsenal’s game in top four scrapMikel Arteta 'looking forward' following Tottenham defeatMark Noble ready for emotional Hammers send-off but says focus must be on pointsKlopp: UEFA should take more of Champions League fund and scrap Nations LeagueAmir Khan announces his retirement from boxingPep Guardiola praises Kevin De Bruyne for scoring four goals against WolvesFloyd Mayweather returns to the boxing ring this weekendChelsea’s Mateo Kovacic set to miss FA Cup final after Dan James challengeLiam's journey from complete novice to soccer captain involved "three months" of training, and he said: "Jumping into football is like a role for me that I get to play for a certain amount of months. "I put my a*s into everything that I do.
Jürgen Norbert Klopp (German pronunciation: (About this soundlisten); born 16 June 1967) is a German professional football manager and former player who is the manager of Premier League club Liverpool. Often credited with popularising the football philosophy known as Gegenpressing, Klopp is regarded by many as one of the best managers in the world.