Liverpool players with beards 2019
Liverpool players who have beards? Which Liverpool players have beards in 2019? Liverpool players with facial hair? A lot of footballers have beards now in 2019. It’s a common trend among footballers. But some can pull it off and some just can’t. A good example of a Liverpool player who can pull off a beard is Mo Salah.
Liverpool players with beards
Salah is one of those people that actually look better with a beard than without!
So here we will look at the Liverpool players with the best beards in 2019.
Here are the three Liverpool players with beards in the squad for the 2018-19 season.
Alisson Ramses Becker AKA Alisson Becker is a Brazillian professional footballer who plays a goalkeeper for English Premier League club Liverpool and his national side Brazil. The 26 years old, 1.93 m tall professional receives an annual salary of $2.8 million from his current club which has boosted his net wealth. He has an estimated net worth of $8 million.
Alisson Becker began his professional footballing career with the Brazilian professional club Internacional is 2013. He made his professional club debut on August 25, 2013, starting against Goias in a 3–3 home draw.
His first season at the club ended up with six appearances. He started the 2014 season as the 1st choice keeper for the club as a replacement for the Brazillian great keeper Dida. He played 44 games for the club staying for 3 years with the club.
He later made a move to an Italian club A.S Roma on 4 February 2016, signing a five-year deal for a fee of $8.3 million. He has played over 6 games for the club and is still with the club.
On 19 July 2018, agreed on a contract with Liverpool for a fee of £66.8 million (€72.5 million). His contract with Liverpool making him the, most expensive goalkeepers of all the time. On 12 August 2018, he made his official debut for Liverpool in a 4–0 win over West Ham United.
2. Adam Lallana
Adam Lallana is a midfielder, born on 10 May 1988 in St Albans, England.
In 2000 Southampton invited Adam to their academy, and the coaching staff identified his strengths and weaknesses. The footballer was asked to join one of the club’s youth teams and performed in the youth championship, but not for too long. During six years Lallana managed to develop his best qualities, perfected those he had to pay more attention to and became a very promising attacking midfielder.
In 2006 the young footballer was invited to the main team of ‘The Saints’ and penned a contract with the club. After several months with Southampton, Adam went on loan to Bournemouth and made three appearances for the temporary team before the end of his spell. Lallana began to take more active part in fixtures of his parent club and revealed his potential, which was further developed by the head coach to the level he could not think of somebody to replace the midfielder. As time went by Lallana turned into a brilliant midfielder and managed to make 265 appearances and score 60 goals for Southampton from 2006 to 2014.
In the summer 2014 he was lured away to Liverpool.
From 2006 till 2008, Lallana was capped three times and contributed one goal for the England national U-18, U-19 and U-21 teams. Since 2013 he has played for The Three Lions.
3. Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah is an Egyptian footballer who plays as a forward for the Egyptian national team as well as the Premier League club ‘Liverpool.’ Born and brought up in Gharbia, Egypt, he is a gifted footballer since his childhood. He started his career with the youth team of the Egyptian club ‘El Mokawloon.’ Soon, his transition happened to the club’s senior team in the ‘Egyptian Premier League’ in 2010. In 2012, he transferred to the Swiss football club, ‘FC Basel’. He played an important role in Basel’s victory in the 2012-13 ‘Swiss Championship’ and the 2013 ‘Uhren cup.’ In January 2014, he transferred to ‘Chelsea,’ becoming the first ever Egyptian player to play with Chelsea. Subsequently, he played for ‘Roma’ and ‘Fiorentina’ (on loan) before signing a new contract with ‘Liverpool’ in 2017. In 2017, he was named the ‘African Footballer of the Year’ by BBC and CAF.
When the ‘Port Said Stadium Disaster’ threatened the existence of the ‘Egyptian Premier League,’ Swiss club ‘Basel’ offered him a contract. In April 2012, signed a four year contract with Basel. He made his ‘UEFA Championship League’ debut in the same year and in the ‘Europa League’, and scored on many crucial occasions to help his team reach the semi-finals, where they eventually lost.
Salah played an important role in Basel’s 2012-13 ‘Swiss Super League Championship’ victory, and a great performance in the Swiss Cup, where they finished runners up. In the beginning of the next season, Salah was part of the Basel squad that won the ‘Uhren Cup.’
He performed very well against Chelsea in two matches within a few weeks, which made the club interested in him. In January 2014, he joined Chelsea.
In February 2014, Salah debuted for Chelsea in the ‘Premier League’ against ‘Newcastle United’ and scored his first goal against Arsenal in March. Before the beginning of the 2014-15 season, it was reported that Salah could go back to Egypt to complete his mandatory military training, but as it turned out, Salah had met the Egyptian Prime Minister and got himself exempted.
In February 2015, Chelsea loaned him to Italian club ‘Fiorentina,’ which was valid until the end of 2015-16 season. On February 14, he made his debut for the club, and at the end of the season, Salah showed his reluctance to join ‘Fiorentina’ back. He was interested in joining another Serie A team ‘A.S. Roma’ instead.
In August 2015, he transferred to ‘Roma’ on loan. In September 2015, ‘Fiorentina,’ miffed with Chelsea’s breach of contract, filed a case, but it was later settled and Salah stayed with ‘Roma.’
By the end of his first season for ‘Roma,’ Salah emerged out as the ‘Best Player’ of the Season and also the top scorer with 15 goals. In 2016, Roma’s management approached him for a permanent deal and he agreed to it. Despite signing a long-term deal with ‘Roma,’ Salah couldn’t resist an offer by ‘Liverpool’ in 2017.
In June 2017, Salah agreed to a long term contract with Liverpool for 50 million Pound, which was a club record. He, thus, became Liverpool’s first ever Egyptian player and scored in his debut match against ‘Watford.’ He was named as ‘Player of the Month’ for August by Liverpool fans.
In one of his matches against ‘Watford,’ he scored 4 goals to secure a 5-0 victory for his team. This was his first hat-trick for ‘Liverpool’ and by the end of the season, he emerged as the leading goal-scorer with 36 goals.
He has represented the Egyptian junior teams in U-20 and U-23 teams in 11 games, including the 2011 ‘FIFA U-20 World Cup’ and 2012 ‘Summer Olympics.’ He eventually became a part of the Egyptian national team and played with the team in the 2014 ‘World Cup’ qualifiers, where he scored in almost all games to get his team to the final stages.
In the 2017 ‘Africa Cup of Nations,’ he turned out as one of the leading goal scorers and helped his team to the finals. He also earned a place in ‘CAF Team of the Tournament.’ During the 2018 ‘FIFA World Cup Qualifications,’ he was the top scorer for his team with five goals.