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Name Daniel Sturridge
Gender Male
Nationality UK
Ethnic English
Job English Footballer
Desc Despite being a Liverpool player for more of the decade, Sturridge landed well short of Firmino’s total. Injuries and a loan spell at West Brom left the England striker with just 116 games in six seasons since moving from Chelsea, but those matches brought an impressive 50 goals. For those wondering, Luis Suarez (110) and Sadio Mane (108) aren’t too far behind Sturridge’s tally

Affiliation

Org England National Team
Club as Player Liverpool FC
  Bromwich Albion [Loan]
  Chelsea FC

2014 11 01 Retrieve

[Daniel Sturridge on Mario Balotelli] Mario is really cool and I get along with him. But everyone says similar things about him, like he is wild and then he ends up getting stereotyped. He is under the microscope and he is at that level where he is known around the world and he does get scrutinised. I think the average 24-year-old, or guys who go to university who are a little younger, will have done a lot crazier things than him

2016 04 16 Retrieve

[Daniel Sturridge speaking ahead of Liverpool’s UEFA Europa League quarter-final second leg 4-3 win against Borussia Dortmund] It’s like when you’re playing a final on FIFA and you’re playing against your mate. You’ve all put £20 in the middle and there’s £100. The pressure’s on, your palms are sweaty, but as you get into the game, the nerves go away and you enjoy it - and that’s exactly what it’s like

2018 07 28 Retrieve

[Daniel Sturridge talks about what it’s like for him returning to the club following a six-month loan spell with West Bromwich Albion] It’s the same as, I don’t know, if you’ve been with a woman for a long time, and then you’re like, ‘Man, I don’t feel like it’s working out anymore’. But then you go away, like, ‘Me and my girl’s relationship was kind of sweet still. I might have to go back there’. It’s kind of like that

2019 08 19 Retrieve

[It has been almost five years since Sturridge himself said that] In football you can be misunderstood. [and that] people have a perception of you without knowing you