the descent into hell of a former Reds star

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At the age of 32, it may be time for retirement for Daniel Sturridge. The former Liverpool striker is without a club again after the end of his contract with the Australian club Perth Glory. The sequel to a descent into hell in a sawtooth quarry for the old English hope.

Educated in Manchester City, Sturridge turned 17 at Citizens. He will stay there for 3 seasons before joining Chelsea where he will score 24 goals in 96 games including a loan spell for Bolton (12 games, 8 goals). Then comes the hour of consecration. The striker joined Liverpool in January 2013 for € 15 million. He will have his best hours with 67 goals in 160 games and in particular a fiery duo formed with Luis Suarez during the 2013-2014 season. The Englishman will score 22 goals and deliver 9 assists in the Premier League against 31 goals and 17 assists for the Uruguayan.

This is the beginning of trouble for Sturridge. Barred by recurring injuries, the center-forward played only 12 league games in 2014/2015, 14 in 2015/2016, 20 in 2016/2017 and then 9 games in 2017/2018 before being loaned to West Bromwich in January. He will only play 6 Premier League games after suffering his 31st injury since 2013.

A time offered at OM, Daniel Sturridge leaves England in 2019 and signs for free in Trabzonspor, Turkey. There won’t even be a season left: after suspicions of sports betting, the club terminates his contract.

He signed with Perth Glory in October 2021 after a year and a half without a club. He will only play 6 games out of 26 possible, without scoring a single goal or delivering a decisive pass. He left Australia in June 2022 and found himself free from any contract again.

To summarize

Liverpool’s former Liverpool star Daniel Sturridge is without a club and has been on his way to hell since he left the Reds. The player has had two failed experiences, in Australia and Turkey before that.

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