'Worst signing in Liverpool history' - Fans slaughter Reds player after Under-23s display
By Richard Parks
Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter to lay into goalkeeper Adam Bogdan after his performance for the Under-23s in their 3-1 defeat to Middlesbrough on Wednesday night.
Bogdan, 30, featured as an over-age player for Neil Critchley’s side as they were knocked out of the Premier League Cup at the last-16 stage.
Mitchell Curry scored a hat-trick for the home side, with his second coming just before the break when he capitalised upon an error from Bogdan, who failed to deal with a cross while under pressure from former Liverpool man Tom Brewitt.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
— Ł₣Ć4€V€Ř (@SteveEd74427730) March 22, 2018
Adam Bogdan, possibly the worst signing in Liverpool history. I don’t say that lightly. From Bolton who where rock bottom of the championship. He basically threw one in tonight. Sign of those times #lfc https://t.co/T6195UeGlD
— Simon Johnston (@jontylad) March 21, 2018
— LFC Edition (@LFCEdition) March 21, 2018
— Fari Siregar (@Fari_Siregar) March 21, 2018
Why is bogdan representing the club at any level? Disgrace #lfc
— Rich (@R1chJ) March 21, 2018
— Andy Robertsoncarlos (@26Robbo) March 21, 2018
Adam bogdan shouldn’t be playing for LFC at any level imo..Kamil Grabara should playing in his place and showcasing his brill potential and talent #LFC
— Grizz (@GrizzKhan) March 21, 2018
Bogdan is way down the pecking order at Liverpool after struggling to make an impact since joining from Bolton in the summer of 2015.
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With Loris Karius, Simon Mignolet and Danny Ward ahead of him in the pecking order, the 20-times Hungary international has been frozen out after spending last season on loan at Wigan, which was cut short by a serious knee injury.
Bogdan was linked with a loan move to Leeds United in the January window but a deal could not be agreed.
In other Liverpool news, the club are to table a mega goal machine offer, he will certainly be at Anfield in 18/19.