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sport news Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson admits giving team-mates a 'kick up the ... trends now

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Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson admits he has needed to give some team-mates a 'kick up the backside' as he reveals his motivational techniques following the win over Rangers Liverpool recorded just their second win in five games with 2-0 win over Rangers Reds showed glimpses of their best form in the Champions League success Henderson started and played nearly 70 minutes before being substituted After the tie he admitted using contrasting techniques to motivate team-mates

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Jordan Henderson admits he has adopted different approaches in trying to motivate his team-mates following a stuttering start to Liverpool's season.

The Reds captain started on Tuesday night and played nearly 70 minutes during his side's 2-0 Champions League win over Rangers at Anfield with goals from Trent Alexander-Arnold and Mohamed Salah.

It makes it back-to-back victories for Jurgen Klopp's side in Europe and ensures they reach the halfway point of the group on course to reach the last-16 after leapfrogging Ajax.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has opened up on his motivational techniques

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has opened up on his motivational techniques

Yet the victory only papers over what has been a poor start to the season for Liverpool who have only won two of their last five matches and in the Premier League sit 11 points off early pace setters Arsenal in the title race - albeit with a game in hand. 

When asked how he deals with his fellow team-mates in his role as captain, the

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