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There Was A Time When I Didnt Feel Loved Says The Star Midfielder About His Decision To Leave Liverpool

Georginio Wijnaldum, who left Liverpool for Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer this summer, has highlighted social media harassment as one of the main reasons for his departure from Anfield.
Wijnaldum remarked in an exclusive interview with the Times (via the Liverpool Echo) that the supporters who come to see Liverpool games at Anfield are not like the ones he sees online.
“The people in the stadium and the fans on social media were two different things,” Wijnaldum added.
I can’t say anything negative about them at the stadium.
They’ve always been there for me.
If we lost, I was the one who was blamed on social media, [saying] that I wanted to go.
‘Wow, if they only knew what I was doing to keep healthy and play every game,’ I thought at one point. Gini Wijnaldum criticizes Liverpool fans on social media after leaving the club.
Gini Wijnaldum has also blamed the media for fabricating articles. pic.twitter.com/Hrn2je5ZRZ — B/R Football (@brfootball) July 24, 2021
During his final two seasons in Merseyside, the 30-year-old former Liverpool midfielder claimed he did not feel liked by anybody outside the club.
“Liverpool meant so lot to me,” Wijnaldum added.
There were times when I didn’t feel loved or valued.
There was a time when I didn’t believe I was loved.
In the previous two seasons,
“There was a rumour that I didn’t accept the [Liverpool] offer because I wanted more money, and the fans saw it as ‘OK, he didn’t get the offer, so he doesn’t try his hardest to win games.'”
‘Wow, me again?’ I’d think at times.
Also read: Jim Beglin’s column – Liverpool’s best starting XI for next season Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is currently training with newly promoted La Liga side RCD Mallorca in an attempt to regain full fitness following Euro 2020.
Due to his heroics at Euro 2020, where England reached the final, Jordan Henderson was awarded additional days off.
Manager Jurgen Klopp has vowed that each player would have three weeks off before returning to pre-season training.
Instead of taking a vacation, Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has decided to train with the Spanish minnows in order to get in the best form possible before the start of the new season.
Loving the heat pic.twitter.com/wMQxY25UXL — Jordan Henderson (@JHenderson) July 24, 2021 Also Read: Paul Merson’s piece – The Premier League’s 5 Most Undervalued Players Check out our Tokyo Olympics coverage here!
Diptanil Roy edited the piece.

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