Henderson vows to win Liverpool, England trophies after near misses

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But he has been criticised after mistakes for Everton, including in the recent 3-2 loss at Newcastle.

The 25-year-old said: "Apart from the Newcastle game, I think up until then I was doing well".

"It's about me becoming better as a goalkeeper".

"Screenshots circulating on social media this week showed the West Ham midfielder writing "Up the Ra" and "#upthera" underneath teammates' posts in 2015. I know whether I've played a good game or a bad game.

"People read them and have a laugh, people read them and maybe get offended by them, and people might think about that and think 'how can I get better and not get the criticism?'"

"You see it all on Twitter and stuff, and if you don't laugh you cry, don't you? I think although we lost those five goals, our boys tried very hard the whole game". However, I am just as proud of my family's Irish heritage and my affinity and connection with the country. I don't mind it at all, I just let it run.

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"We do that every day on the training pitch and when it comes to game day, we're ready to get the win". It's all right, and I think everyone can have their own opinion.

England's Jordan Pickford wants to keep a clean sheet in Friday's clash with the Czech Republic in dedication to Three Lions "legend" Gordon Banks.

"Gareth being up at Middlesbrough for so many years, he knows what the passion for football in the North-East is like", Pickford said. Getting involved in the chat with the fans is something that many supporters can relate to; but when he describes it as "abuse' which put him off his game, then perhaps it would be wise to keep his head down next time".

'It's up to me to try and help them when they come here and perform and feel comfortable around the lads and the squad to go out in a game and do what they do for their clubs'.

He may have learnt a lot from those near misses but the main thing Henderson takes from coming so close to two major honours is the feeling to put it right when next given the opportunity. I always feel confident in my ability and hopefully I can be strong mentally. That's never going to distract me, and it doesn't bother me.

"He's really focused on his training and his preparation and I think he's enjoyed that extra responsibility as well".

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