Clearly some Liverpool players have got a bit of spare time on their hands at the moment. That certainly seems to be the case for Jordan Henderson and Lucas Leiva, who were tasked with going undercover in our club shop.
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Surprisingly, they did pretty well at it as well. The first ‘victim’ certainly didn’t recognise Lucas, and even turned down a free shirt with our midfielder’s name and number – claiming that he didn’t like football.
A young child’s face lit up when he belatedly realised that he was talking to a Liverpool player, although he still didn’t want to pose for a picture with the smiling Brazilian.
Henderson was a touch less convincing, he was quickly uncovered by one eagle-eye supporter, although his wife and their newborn were amusingly less convinced.
One woman did fail to recognise our future captain. She accepted a signed Henderson shirt for £10 but only realised who she was talking to when our midfielder removed his disguise.
However, an older lady was perhaps the most embarassed. She didn’t appear to recognise either player, even when they told her who she was. Awkward…