Responding to a piece by reliable journalist James Pearce, some Reds supporters have flocked to have their say over youngster Curtis Jones – with the Athletic writer claiming that the Englishman deserves to win a Young Player of the Year award.
Jones has only made a few senior appearances for Liverpool this term, two of them being in the Premier League, but the youngster has managed to make a name for himself – particularly in the FA Cup.
The 19-year-old scored a stunning winning-goal to send the Reds past bitter rivals Everton during the third round of the competition, going on to score against Shrewsbury in the first leg of their next encounter.
Who should be awarded Young Player of the Year?
Jones also captained the side during our return leg against the League One minnows, becoming the youngest Reds player ever to do so, all whilst going on to put in an influential performance.
However, while some fans are keen to see Jones win the accolade, there are others with different opinions – citing other youngsters like Trent Alexander-Arnold and Neco Williams as potential recipients.
Here’s what they had to say on Twitter.
👏👏👏 hasn’t looked out of place in the games hes played except the derby he looked a class above 👏👏👏
— Lee Perry (@Pegsey96) April 15, 2020
Can see him being our captain. Boss player
— hoost2 (@hoost35) April 15, 2020
Only if TAA wins player of the year. Which is a fair shout, but unlikely imo..
— Lord Van Dijk (@Lfc02989305) April 15, 2020
— Willie Davies (@willd43) April 15, 2020
Has to be Neco Williams for me, besides the Chelsea game I thought he was MOTM nearly every game he played in. Looks a real talent.
— tony sims (@tonysim10300618) April 15, 2020
Trent still a baby so it’s his really isn’t it.
— Carl B (@BrilloPadLad) April 15, 2020
Deserved for the hair alone
— Jordan Tremenderson ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@jccouso) April 15, 2020