Liverpool chairman and CEO celebrated with the team after Carabao Cup win


Liverpool chairman celebrated the EFL league cup win over Chelsea. Liverpool won 1-0 against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup. Virgil Van Dijk scored the winner in extra time.

Virgil van Dijk’s 118th-minute header earned the Reds a 1-0 victory over Chelsea at Wembley to win silverware.

Liverpool’s squad celebrated the silverware on the pitch and off the pitch. We have seen pictures of the team celebrating everywhere. In the plane, in the dressing room.

Liverpool finished the League Cup final with six academy graduates on the pitch. Having already substituted one, and left two unused on the bench. A further four are currently on the injury list.

Needless to say, it was the proudest of days for the LFC Academy. Their graduates delivering a day that will never be forgotten. They marked it together too with an iconic picture holding the trophy in front of the Liverpool fans. With the full-time score very much clear on the board behind them.

Liverpool chairman in the presence

Chairman Tom Werner and CEO Billy Hogan very much were out on the pitch to join in the celebrations.

Chairman and CEO posed with the trophy and clicked picture afterwards. The Liverpool chairman duly handing over responsibility of the silverware to the Colombian. With the players’ celebrations then continuing in the dressing room.

While Liverpool owner John W Henrey was not at Wembley on Sunday. Chairman Tom Werner and CEO Billy Hogan very much were, and were out on the pitch.

The pair were swiftly embraced by Klopp, assistant manager and goalkeeping coach John Achterberg following the trio’s staff photo as they slowly started to head off the pitch.

club legend Jamie Carragher was then seen pitchside embracing Werner and Hogan before engaging in discussion.

The former centre-back was part of the Liverpool side that won the League Cup back in 2012 to deliver the first trophy under FSG. Twelve years on, the club’s American owners have now overseen a hat-trick of wins in the competition.

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