(Video) Alexander-Arnold shows why he was named LFC vice-captain before Southampton clash

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Trent Alexander-Arnold was appointed as Liverpool vice-captain in the summer following the departure of James Milner to Brighton.

Virgil van Dijk replaced Jordan Henderson as skipper and our leadership team all of a sudden looked very different.

The Scouser may currently be out of action with a knee injury but that doesn’t mean he’s not in and around the squad both at training and on match day.

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Our No.66 showed his leadership qualities prior to Wednesday night’s FA Cup clash with Southampton at Anfield as he was spotted in the tunnel giving the starting XI a final few words of encouragement before they made their way out to the pitch.

At 25 years of age the England international is already a leader and you can see what it means to him to be plying his trade at his boyhood club.

Check the short clip below via @766ers on X:

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