Conor Coady has represented Liverpool and Wolves and his affection for both clubs is plain for all to see.
Coady did not manage to make the grade at Anfield, leaving to forge his own path and ending up captain at Molineux.
On the In the Stiffs Podcast, Coady was asked which fanbase is better: Wolves or Liverpool?
“Wolves,” said Coady instantly.
“Come on, of course! Wolves fans. I won a penalty in front of the Kop and it was overturned. Shocking.
“It was embarrassing. Every time I got on the ball, the Kop booed me. I played for Liverpool! I saw Sadio Mane about to clear the ball and I got to the ball first and I thought I’m going to win a pen here.
“He was so quick, he’s pulled out of the tackle but I’m already down. Penalty. Jordan Henderson was going mad at me, calling me a sheet.
“Salah said ‘you can’t do that, my friend’. I’m like ‘come on!’ Everytime I got the ball, booing me, whistling me.”
Wolves fans have taken Coady to their hearts and he embodies everything which has been good about the club on their journey.
That has been the club where he has become a Premier League skipper and an England international.
At Liverpool, he could not break through and had to drop down to go back up again and his love for Wolves is clear to see.
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