Trent Alexander-Arnold admits he declined the invitation to attend Liverpool’s trophy parade.

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Trent Alexander-Arnold admits he declined the invitation to attend Liverpool’s trophy parade.

The day after Liverpool’s defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final, Trent Alexander-Arnold has admitted that he did not want to attend the team’s victory parade.

The right-back talked about his day spent in the paddock with the Red Bull team while he was at the British Grand Prix last month at Silverstone, which Carlos Sainz won.

In the first episode of the We Go Again series, Alexander-Arnold claimed that Jurgen Klopp was the key player in inspiring the team to celebrate their success at the end of the year despite the defeat in Paris.

We celebrated that evening [following the defeat to Real Madrid].

Nobody knows how to feel at that point because it hasn’t fully registered,’ he said.

Because it is the end of the season, the manager in those circumstances will often party.

He’s also making an effort to motivate us by saying little things.

We can’t quite buy into that right now, everyone said.

Add the fact that it’s the biggest club football game, and how often do you lose a game and then go out and party.

Alexander-Arnold continued by saying that the players in Paris felt it when they woke up, with some of them wondering if they had to participate in the parade back in Liverpool that day.

Okay, we never won, he said.

I believe every player was thinking the same thing: this is a bad idea; do we really need to go on this parade.

Two weeks and three months ago, we received a trophy.

Can we parade it around the city right away?

Everyone was saying, “This is the wrong idea,” up until the bus started moving.

And once it began, mate,

It was superior to the celebration when we won the Champions League in 2019, he said of the parade.

The supporters honored the entire team rather than just our Champions League victory.

It was really unique.

While Verstappen was at Silverstone last month, Alexander-Arnold also shared some of his conversation with him.

The Dutchman claimed Alexander-Arnold kept him up late accidentally so he could get his “card” on the video game FIFA, according to the England international.

He revealed, “He told me: I was up at 1:30 the other night on the PlayStation trying to get your new ultimate team card.”

Announcing his day spent working with Red Bull at…

Short Summary of Nokia News.

Trent Alexander Arnold revealed that he did not want to go to victory paradeThe right-back is a self confessed Formula 1 fan and was at SilverstoneMax Verstappen and Trent Alexander-Arnold met for a chat at the British GP

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