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Name Rhian Brewster
Gender Male
Ethnic English
Job English Footballer
Desc The Golden Boot winner as England won the Under-17 World Cup in 2017, Brewster has been beset by serious injuries ever since but is now fit and raring to make up for lost time. With Daniel Sturridge having departed Anfield and with no replacement having been brought in from elsewhere, the expectation is that the 19-year-old will provide back-up for Liverpool’s fabled front three alongside Divock Origi. Some impressive performances early in pre-season suggested he is ready for that responsibility, and with the increased workload being placed on Jurgen Klopp’s side this season he should have plenty of opportunities to make his mark


Org England U17 National Team
Club as Player xxxx

2017 11 04 Retrieve

[Rhian Brewster speaks after winning the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017] At the beginning, I scored one in three or four games, so to win the Golden Boot and score a couple of hat-tricks, it is an amazing feeling. I enjoyed every moment of this tournament. It’s been a great month. It shows that football in England is evolving, we’re good technically and tactically, and we’ve got fighting spirit. That’s what we will see from English teams [in the future]

2019 10 16 Retrieve

[Rhian Brewster says that he is confident that Jurgen Klopp as a plan for him as he awaits a breakthrough with the Liverpool first team] You’ve just got to be patient and wait for your turn. Obviously the boss has a plan for me and he knows what he’s doing, clearly. Just chatting to him and stuff, he says, ‘Just be patient, your time will come, it will happen,’ and I’m just waiting. I’m being patient

[Many expected Brewster to go out on loan this season, but the forward says Klopp’s faith in him kept him with Liverpool] Klopp said no straight away, so that shows that he has great faith in me and wants to push me towards the first team. Obviously it’s hard, with our front three, to get game-time because they’re all amazing players. It’s going to be difficult, but you just have to keep going and going

2019 10 29 Retrieve

[Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster who alleged he was racially abused by Spartak Moscow’s Leonid Mironov during a UEFA Youth League match in 2017 but saw the case dropped due to a lack of evidence] Another embarrassing verdict. Two games behind closed doors for Nazi salutes and racism. The world needs to wake up

2019 10 30 Retrieve

[Rhian Brewster says Liverpool’s underrated Firmino is one of top three forwards in the world] He’s easily top three. As a striker he’s up there with the best. He’s an amazing player and so underrated in the football industry. Only lately has he been regarded as one of the best at what he does. He’s not a typical No.9. He’s his own nine, he made it himself. He comes in, goes high, he goes over the place and that’s what I think helps the team a lot

[He pointed to the example of Sadio Mane being voted for by Lionel Messi in FIFA’s The Best Awards earlier this year] Personally I think he’s one of the best wingers in the world. Messi is on a different planet but I’m not surprised that he voted for Sadio

2020 05 31 Retrieve

[Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster has spoken out against racism] This is way deeper than just pointing out who’s staying quiet and who’s speaking up. Unfortunately for us black/brown people etc, this is a real life and everyday occurrence in so many different ways. For years and generations we’ve been screaming out for change and to be heard yet the pain continues. We’ve all been shown films like Roots, we’ve all seen films like Boyz in the Hood where this reality is covered and showcased. Yet we are still living these movies in real life. In 2020, today. This goes beyond just #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd, we need justice for us as human beings. We don’t want special privilege. A level playing field is all we have been crying for, forever. Hear us. #BlackLivesMatter