Henderson doesn’t care about Lions fans booing him Confirm your determination to continue serving the nation.
Jordan Henderson, an England midfielder for Al-Ettifaq in the Saudi Pro League, has spoken out about being booed by fans during the Three Lions’ friendly against Australia at the weekend. past that it was not good at all to be booed by fans on their own side And he loves playing for England. Because I’ve always done it. And that’s the reason it’s still here. Even now, I still want to continue playing for England for as long as I can. Because it is my own hometown
Hendo was criticized by the media and some fans after moving to play in the Saudi Arabian league. Because Saudi Arabia has been criticized for human rights issues. Especially regarding the LGBTQ+ group, even though he played with Liverpool. The former Reds captain has always supported this group.
for the game against Australia Henderson serves as team captain Before being substituted in the 62nd minute and being booed by fans at that time, until Gareth Southgate, manager of the Roaring Lions Came out in an interview later saying it was inappropriate.
When asked if he understood being booed or not Henderson replied: I don’t really understand it. If fans want to boo you because you play in another country, that’s fine. Everyone has their own opinions. Regarding their playing in Saudi Arabia, it is understood that they were not satisfied according to the reasons they gave. But he looked at it from a different angle. and will hold up their heads and accept what has happened.
Personally, I have spoken before about what the ทางเข้า ufabet reason for moving to play there was. Whether people believe it or not is up to them. Of course I felt disappointed about this. But it will not change what you are doing. Because he will still be dedicated to fighting to help England succeed.