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Where’s Gordon? has been injured for almost a year, but his manager announced his return: “Everything is going according to plan.”

In January last year, Gordon was announced as the next big-name player to come out of Liverpool’s academy.

A year has passed and he’s become almost a forgotten man – at least among fans.

Last season he scored for Shrewsbury in the second of four games for the first team.

He also made the bench six times, but unfortunately his season ended shortly after.

The 18-year-old last played for the under-21 side in February and has not played since then due to health issues, including a pelvic injury.

The winger’s road to recovery has been long, but U21 manager Barry Lutas said there is light at the end of the tunnel.

“He’s on the field, he’s running. We just develop it and look after it,” he told reporters including This Is Anfield.

“He is eligible to play for the youth team, which shows how young he really is.

“We just have to be a bit careful with the injury he has, but everything is going according to plan and hopefully he will be an option for us soon.”

“We haven’t forgotten it”

Liverpool assistant manager Pepin Linders has caught the eye Gordon in December when working with the media for the League Cup.

He said, “[We] I haven’t mentioned it in a long time. He went with us to Dubai and started running for the first time.

“We know that with these long-term injuries where there is a lot of uncertainty, he also deserves a mention because the lad is very professional and gives his all.

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“I just hope we can see him again without putting any pressure on the boy.

“It’s good to see him on the field [and] just tell him we haven’t forgotten him.

“Even when new guys come up and fly and make big steps, we’re basically never going to forget the old youngsters.”

Gordon primarily plays as a right winger but faces new opposition on his return, with summer signing Ben Doak also impressive in that position.

While a Scotsman bypassing players with frightening ease, Gordon may have an advantage in front of goal, with better technique and a calmer head in goal-setting positions.

However, both players are still at the beginning of their careers and the fight for places will not hinder development.

Where’s Gordon? has been injured for almost a year, but his manager announced his return: “Everything is going according to plan.”

In January last year, Gordon was announced as the next big-name player to come out of Liverpool’s academy.

A year has passed and he’s become almost a forgotten man – at least among fans.

Last season he scored for Shrewsbury in the second of four games for the first team.

He also made the bench six times, but unfortunately his season ended shortly after.

The 18-year-old last played for the under-21 side in February and has not played since then due to health issues, including a pelvic injury.

The winger’s road to recovery has been long, but U21 manager Barry Lutas said there is light at the end of the tunnel.

“He’s on the field, he’s running. We just develop it and look after it,” he told reporters including This Is Anfield.

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“He is eligible to play for the youth team, which shows how young he really is.

“We just have to be a bit careful with the injury he has, but everything is going according to plan and hopefully he will be an option for us soon.”

“We haven’t forgotten it”

Liverpool assistant manager Pepin Linders has caught the eye Gordon in December when working with the media for the League Cup.

He said, “[We] I haven’t mentioned it in a long time. He went with us to Dubai and started running for the first time.

“We know that with these long-term injuries where there is a lot of uncertainty, he also deserves a mention because the lad is very professional and gives his all.

“I just hope we can see him again without putting any pressure on the boy.

“It’s good to see him on the field [and] just tell him we haven’t forgotten him.

“Even when new guys come up and fly and make big steps, we’re basically never going to forget the old youngsters.”

Gordon primarily plays as a right winger but faces new opposition on his return, with summer signing Ben Doak also impressive in that position.

While a Scotsman bypassing players with frightening ease, Gordon may have an advantage in front of goal, with better technique and a calmer head in goal-setting positions.

However, both players are still at the beginning of their careers and the fight for places will not hinder development.

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