Dean Henderson dubbed ‘s***house’ by ex-teammate after ‘Liverpool middle finger’

Former Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Brice Samba dubbed Dean Henderson a "s***house" after he appeared to give the middle finger to Liverpool fans on Saturday.

Henderson played an important role in Forest's first win since August as they inflicted a surprise defeat on Jurgen Klopp's side. The on-loan Manchester United goalkeeper had to be at his very best throughout and produced one of the saves of the season to deny Virgil van Dijk in second half injury time.

Having kept Mohamed Salah and co. at bay, Henderson celebrated wildly at the full time whistle. Those celebrations included what looked like a cheeky dig at the travelling Liverpool fans in the form of a middle finger; a gesture picked up by the BT Sport cameras.

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United fans watching the game loved it – as did former Forest goalkeeper Samba. The 28-year-old stopper helped Forest end their 23-year exile from the Premier League last season, playing 40 games in their successful Championship campaign.

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Although he left the club to join Lens in the summer, he was still at the club when Henderson joined from Old Trafford. And it appears the pair struck up a bond judging by Samba's appraisal of Henderson's supposed middle finger.

He wrote: "Hooo my guy Dean is a VIP member of the s***house gotta love this." That sparked a further flurry of comments underneath from fans who loved the repartee between the two.

One person wrote: "Heir to the throne." Someone else said: "You’ll always be the King Brice, but there’s a prince in town following your example!!" A third user added: "Taking page's out of your book Brice."

A fourth commenter added: "King Samba." While another person chimed in with: "We love you mate! And absolutely amazing you are still cheering us on."

Speaking afterwards, Forest boss Cooper was full of praise for his side. "Obviously it feels great," he said. "There are a few things that are really important about the result. One is we needed a win, we’ve been in really poor form.

"It's a very important win for the club and the city, there is a lot of a nice history around the fixture and us being back in the Premier League this is a fixture the fans would have looked forward to. Going forward, it’s a good reference point for us to show we can compete at this level and we can create chances.

"We did look dangerous and dare I say it we maybe could have scored one or two more. We are feeling very satisfied with our work and deserving of it as well."


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