Former Liverpool and Ukrainian player Andriy Voronin was speaking to GOAL and says one of the main reasons he left the Anfield club was because he couldn’t understand a word Gerrard and Carragher said..
“Scouse. I understood almost nothing, my English wasn’t good anyway. When Carragher and Gerrard talked, I asked them to repeat it in English.”
“Liverpool didn’t suit me as a city overall, even though it has a lot of history to offer, such as the Beatles. My father is a big fan of the band.
“When I told him I had signed with Liverpool, he started crying. I also couldn’t cope with the weather and the rhythm of the games without a winter break. I was just travelling and playing, which was very exhausting.”