The Red Army fans were dissatisfied with the Premier League’s pay-per-game system, and instead launched a fundraiser for charity. Liverpool captain Henderson supported the kind deeds of the fans. He said that the fans turned negative emotions into positive actions. He was proud and grateful for this kind of deeds.
Henderson said: "Although I have said it many times before, I also want to say that our fans have made a big impact. Last week, our fans raised a considerable amount of money to support Liverpool’s food bank. This It further confirms the above statement."
"As a team and a club, this is why our hearts are so close. We missed the gathering of trucks with'fans support food bank' printed on the game day at Anfield."
“I’ve talked to the volunteers a few times. I know they always hope that one day they don’t need to raise food, but this is a different matter from not being able to raise money, especially when they received donations on match day. The generosity of the fans played a big role."
"During the global pandemic crisis, our fans continue to do good deeds through the Internet, which speaks for itself."
Henderson also said: "I know that many of you are very dissatisfied with pay-per-view fees, but turning this negative emotion into positive action shows that people will desperately need this kind of unity during a crisis. I No words can describe how proud I am of you."
"As players, we have grown with gratitude to the fans, but our fans should know that now we are more grateful to you than ever before."
"I hope that in the near future, we can express it personally, but during this period we will use the best possible way to express it and continue to do our best to let every fan who follows Liverpool at home know, even if we can’t see it with our own eyes. We, we are still playing for you."