Video: Liverpool’s Emre Can Gives His Take on Plymouth Player’s Wet Willy Prank

Video: Liverpool’s Emre Can Gives His Take on Plymouth Player’s Wet Willy Prank

Liverpool were held to a draw by a stubborn Plymouth side at the weekend in the third round of the FA Cup but failing to win wasn’t the most awkward moment of the day for Emre Can.

The Germany international was one of the Reds’ most senior players for Sunday’s 0-0 draw at Anfield after Jurgen Klopp decided to field the youngest side in Liverpool’s entire history.

And as one of the more senior pros, it seemed Can was given special treatment by Plymouth defender Sonny Bradley, who proceeded to pinch under Can’s arm – as well as giving him a wet willy.

It’s taken a couple of days, but the German has finally plucked up the courage to give his take on Bradley’s cheeky tactics:

Even watching that makes us squirm; playing in League Two must be a bit rough at times.

The rematch between the two teams will take place on January 18 at Home Park – and we’ll be keeping a close eye on Can and Bradley at set-pieces.



In this week’s show, Daniel is joined by team members Jonny Boyle, Connor Boylan and Scott MacArthur as they bring you a Mc25 special.
We released our list of the top 25 players in Scotland over 2016 on Monday and followed it up with this comprehensive podcast to discuss who we selected, where we selected them and why we selected them:


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