Liverpool's Injury Crisis Deepens as Jordan Henderson Gets Injured in England Game

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Southgate sympathises with clubs and says it is his responsibility to manage the demands on the players amid a congested fixture list, though insists his players "want to play" and pointed towards the preparations of Europe's other leading nations in a defence of his stance.

Whilst Atletico Madrid's right-back is able to see first hand what Grealish is capable of in training with England, he could have seen the same player shine at club level if things were different in the summer.

"I totally get it from a club perspective".

"They want to get as many caps as they can, they want to do well as a team".

"We have challenges in our country and have done for years because of the strength of the league".

With the Covid-19 pandemic tightening the season's match schedule, player fatigue has become a major issue, exacerbated by the worldwide break, with England playing three times in a seven days.

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Grealish has made a fine start to the season, scoring four goals and picking up five assists in the Premier League, with only England captain Harry Kane, the Tottenham striker, creating more goals (eight).

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Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson and Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling returned to their clubs yesterday because of injury and will not feature. 'What will it take for that to change?

"We will help but we've also got to be firm".

England can no longer finish top of Group A2 with one game to play and are safe from relegation, leaving them in a direct battle for second with Denmark, who are three points better off and could still qualify for the Finals with a win over Belgium. The so-called smaller clubs think it would put them at a competitive disadvantage. We do not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, content, images, videos, licenses, completeness, legality, or reliability of the information contained in this article.

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