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Liverpool back up vow to fight for place, despite competitors

Belgian Liverpool goalie Simon mignolet has revealed via social media that he is keen on fighting for his place as…

By admin , in News Opinions , at October 18, 2018 Tags: , , , ,

Belgian Liverpool goalie Simon mignolet has revealed via social media that he is keen on fighting for his place as the team’s first choice goalie.

the 30 year old just returned from the uefa nations league campaign where he had the chance of been a first choice starter for the national team. mignolet captained his team on a new year day where they secured a narrow win against burnley since then the Belgian lost his position to German team mate loris karius and find himself as a second choice to  £67m summer signing Alison Becker.

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The Belgian, who played for his country ahead of Real Madrid stopper ​Thibaut Courtois in an international friendly this week, got the nod for Liverpool’s recent Carabao Cup tie against Chelsea but is staring at a future on the Reds’ bench.

according to twitter mignolet insist he will be there till he gets his opportunity with the reds but if one doesn’t come “however unlikely it may be.

“I will go back to Liverpool and work hard. We have got the Huddersfield game to prepare for and I will always be there for the team,” he is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

“That’s the only thing I can do at this moment. I am not thinking about my future at this moment in time,” he added.