Liverpool FC squad make 2018 Christmas visit to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital


It’s the best appearance of the year,
the stories of the kids, they are just outstanding. For us it’s easy
to come in and have a few nice words, but what the families are doing here,
what all the guys are doing in the hospital is just outstanding, so I feel
really touched at the moment. The stories we heard so far are incredible. I just personally like to do it.
I like to see the faces, when we come into the room and see
the kids, how happy they are, it’s something special. The hospital’s not a great place
to be normally, and to give them the extra
little bit of support that we can could make the difference. Here you go! It doesn’t make noise though, this one. I’ll put it here for you. When you’re fit and you’re running around, sometimes you can take for granted
how lucky you are. Obviously I’ve had a tough year so far
going through this injury, but I’ve always known there are people
out there going through a lot worse, and I thank people like this
for being so inspirational. The smiles that I’ve seen on their faces,
it keeps me going every day. I’m glad that they let us come
and see them today. I seen Mo Salah. He was amazing. I was looking for him, that’s true,
but I was happy to see him. I felt like I was famous,
I liked talking to him, and right now I like being on TV. It’s great when you see
the reactions of the kids, it’s something unbelievable,
they make me smile from inside. As I said, everyone is happy to come here,
we are happy to be together because it’s a great feeling when
you see the kids happy to see you and they have a smile on their face. Did I score? In the game? A good game? Well, in the game, yeah. I’m proud of all the Liverpool players, because they’ve been progressing,
I think, a lot. And the coach, I think he’s good. Look, how it always is, all the challenges
in life make you stronger, and for these babies, they obviously
have them much too early, but at the end they deal
with what they’ve got. It’s not perfect in the moment, but they
deal with it, the families deal with it, it brings you so close together, but you cannot
do it without the right people around you. What this hospital is delivering
support-wise, it’s just incredible. It was really nice, cos the people
who were unhappy and not well, it might have made them feel better.

100 thoughts on “Liverpool FC squad make 2018 Christmas visit to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital

  1. Sad for those children and their families, but hopefully 2019 will bring positive developments for all the kids! YNWA!

  2. God bless all of you bless all of the world. لا حول ولا قوة الا بالله العلي العظيم الحمد الحمد الله والنعمة لله رحمتك وعفوك يارب يارب اشفي كل مريض يارب يارب الحمد الله الذي عافني بما ابتلي بية غيري وفضلني عن كثيراً من عبادة الصالحين يارب اشفي كل مريض يارب

  3. Best club in the world Liverpool it’s not only football team but more like family, love you brothers, you’ll never walk alone!

  4. Liverpool has changed its footballing and human dimension especially since the arrival of mohamed salah but the others players are also good heart . think s to the team and the coach

  5. Big respect to Liverpool I don't like what they are wearing at the head but what they are doing more then expected ❤️❤️❤️ win the trophy 🏆inshaalh

  6. If u really want this video hit 10m views edit the thumbnail add the three super forwards thanx for a heart touching video merry Xmas LFC….#YNWA

  7. thats why we support this great club because of what they do on and off the football field , very proud to be a liverpool supporter for over 40 years , its great to see the smiles on the childrens faces especially this time of year well done liverpool and the staff at Alder Hey , to the 21 people who have put a dislike to this video , remember this could of been your child ill in hospital , youre heartless and you should be ashamed of yourselves , if its because it involves liverpool football club and you follow another football club youre a sad individual to steep so low

  8. Wonderful gesture, it puts football into perspective, very moving to see the kids, but also uplifting to see how happy they are to see the players, hope all those kids featured get well soon and have a lovely xmas YNWA

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  10. I will come one day to Anfield. This team inspired me to watch my favourite sport since that final in instabul in 2005. Cheers from greece. Ynwa

  11. What’s wrong with this 31 dislikes really come on I hope 🤞 it’s not a mistake or glitch or some kind of error y’all how can you hate that yaa allah ( oh my god) you will never walk alone let’s go Liverpool

  12. You can tell they genuinely care its not because they have to do it, it’s because they want to.. I love this club so much ❤️

  13. "When you walk through a storm

    Hold your head up high
    And don't be afraid of the dark",….

    You'll never walk alone kids,….

  14. Been a United fan for almost 16 years but im not ashamed to say that i have nothing but love for the liverpool players and Klopp, just genuine great guys all around! Mad respect and congrats on an amazing season!

  15. The kids are so inspirational this smile won't be leaving my face tonight I love Liverpool best moments of my life we are all a Liverpool family💓💓 YNWA

  16. Proud married father of three here, Dutch Feyenoord fan, so soccer-wise not too spoiled 😉 Anyway, I'm watching this while at work and I'm doing my utmost not to break out in tears. The smiles of these children, with all they have to deal with, it's heart-breaking. Respect to them, their parents, the nurses, the doctors and last but not least the Liverpool squad and their coach.

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