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Neco's Williams transfer to Nottingham Forest is official

By Charles Cornwall

Neco's Williams transfer to Nottingham Forest is official
Neco's Williams transfer to Nottingham Forest is official
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There aren't many players that when they leave your club, it's on good terms. Well, Neco Williams breaks that statement. Liverpool's FC coach, Jürgen Klopp, is kind of happy that the young defender left the Reds, because he considers is fair that he gets more minutes on the field and he wasn't able to do that in Liverpool. 

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Neco Williams has just been transfered permanently to recently promoted team Nottingham Forest. The team that once won the Champions League is now back at the Premier League and they want to build a competitive team enough to sustain themselves in the top flight and not to become one of those teams that are promoted but don't last more than one year in the Prem. 

Welsh international player joined Liverpool since he was nine years old, he was part of the Academy throughout his whole process and got the chance to debut with the first team. Actually, he has 33 appearences with the first team in three seasons. “It’s wonderful news for Neco – a perfect move in many ways” Klopp said. 

A tough farewell

Klopp continued to talk about Williams departure: “He’s achieved so much already but there is even more to come. Premier League and Champions League experience for us; a promotion last season with Fulham, who looked after him superbly, I must say; a contributor to our trophy wins for sure; one of Wales’ most important players and going to a World Cup. (…) It’s not easy to let him leave if I’m being honest, but he deserves to be playing regularly and he’s earned the right to be ready for his international team for this tournament coming in the winter."

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