Former Liverpool young Ryan Rowe (now manager of Plymouth Argyle) wants Adam Lewis’s move to Home Park to be the “first lot” between the two clubs.
Lewis completed a half-season switch to Devon on Thursday following the end of a frustrating spell with Amiens in League 2.
At the age of 21, he appeared in French costumes only nine times, starting five times in a row and then seeing him lose his position, with injuries and question marks on the side of his suit.
Now he’s back in the UK and will be invaluable while he waits for the birth of his first child during a pandemic in which the British government enforces travel restrictions.
When it comes to football, joining Plymouth in League 1 gives Lewis, who suffered an injury in Liverpool under the age of 23 last season, the opportunity to regularly test himself in the environment of the first team. I will.
Rowe, who was in a Liverpool book at the academy level before playing for Shrewsbury, Crew, Berry, etc. in his 19-year senior career, will benefit both clubs in the long run when youth with Argyle. I believe we can bring it.
“They have to be right. Just because they’re playing at the Liverpool Football Club doesn’t mean they’re right for us,” Rowe said. Include Plymouth Herald..
“You need to make sure the fit is correct. Adam is 5 minutes from the round I live in. This is good because he is on my wavelength and is a proper scouse.
“When it comes to Liverpool, they were great for us. We talked to all the key players there, and they were in a different class than us.
“We want to build that relationship, which is the first thing for many.
“They gave us the opportunity to work with Adam because we feel we are going in the right direction. They are properly trained and we play good brand football. ..
“I’m happy to finally get a loan from my home football club.”
Given that Plymouth is in League 1, the outlook for a loan partnership may not be a top priority for Liverpool, but the opportunity to send similar Lewis players to hone their skills in Argyle is an opportunity. Certainly useful.
It can be argued like Morgan Boyes – Rowe confirmed his desire to bring in another centerback – and, if appropriate, Paul Glatzel over time at home park. It will make good progress.
However, as Rowe emphasizes, the focus is on “fitting right”. This seems to be the case with Lewis, who not only arrives as a cover for the injured George Cooper, but also has the ability to play in the midfield. ..
When it comes to loans, it’s important to build good relationships with specific managers and clubs. You have to rely on providing the player with the required game time, as if there were no guarantees.
As a boyhood Red, Rowe can be involved in the situation where Lewis found himself, and if this is “the first of many,” he and his fellow Liverpool youth can thrive in South Devon. I hope.
– Soccer Sports
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