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Wataru Endo has his own channel where he breaks down his performances

Wataru Endo has his own channel where he breaks down his performances

Liverpool new boy Wataru Endo is a vlogger, as well as a footballer.

Wataru Endo's passion for football is evidenced in the fact that he has his own video diary where he analyses his own performances.

The Japan international was a surprise addition for Liverpool in the back-end of the summer transfer window, signing from Stuttgart for £17 million after Liverpool missed out on targets Moise Caicedo and Romeo Lavia.

Endo has taken on the No.3 shirt vacated by Fabinho and played three times for the Reds.

His most recent outing was a cameo in the 3-0 win over Aston Villa but it's emerged that the 30-year-old has his own vlog where he critiques his displays on the pitch.

The video blog is called 'Pick Up match' and sees Endo sit down and go into detail on how he played, with refreshing honesty and insight.

He discusses tactics and techniques, with the latest episode seeing him touch on his first three appearances for Liverpool.

"I think soccer is about finding the best solution," he says on his website.

"The opponent, their system, their abilities, their characteristics, their conditions…while taking these into account, we have to choose which one to win.

“This is the fun of soccer. That’s the real thrill of it. I want to find more optimal solutions; I want to hear more about them. That’s what this content project is all about.”

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

Endo also has his own book out titled 'Duel' - and it follows on from Endo's compatriot Kauro Mitoma of Brighton producing a well-publicised thesis on dribbling during his time at university.

Endo penned a four-year contract with Liverpool and becomes the second Japanese player to represent the Anfield club.

It turns out he's been on Klopp's radar for quite some time, having impressed him in a friendly game three years ago.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

He asked Takumi Minamino how old Endo was and the midfielder jokingly told his compatriot to lie to Klopp and tell him he was 23.

Endo was 27 at the time but fast forward to the present day and his age has not put off Klopp, who described his signing as "a really good one".

Featured Image Credit: Getty & Wataru Endo

Topics: Wataru Endo, Liverpool, Premier League, Jurgen Klopp