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Alberto Aquilani Charlie Adam Maxi Rodriguez
Nathan Eccleston David Amoo Stephen Darby
Fernando Torres Raul Meireles David Ngog
Paul Konchesky Christian Poulsen Emiliano Insua Philipp Degen
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Vladimir Smicer Mauricio Pellegrino El-Hadji Diouf Alou Diarra
Igor Biscan Gregory Vignal Richie Partridge Paul Harrison
Jon Otsemobor Mark Smyth Antonio Nunez Milan Baros
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Daniele Padelli Craig Bellamy Mark Gonzalez
Chris Kirkland Paul Jones Gabriel Paletta Darren Potter
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Tuesday, October 16, 2007


Jon Otsemobor : Defender 2002-2005
Date of Birth: 23/03/1983
Birthplace: Liverpool
1st team games: 6
Other clubs: Hull City loan, Bolton Wanderers loan, Crewe Alexandra loan

Right back Jon Otsemobor has been released by Liverpool at the end of the 2004/05 season and joined League Two side Rotherham United.

Semi enjoyed a three month loan spell with Crewe Alexandra during the 2004/05 season but couldn't make a breakthrough at Liverpool under Rafael Benitez.

In the 2003/04 season Otsemobor was given a first team chance and made a big impression on the Liverpool fans when he was given a run of five games and did really well.

However in his fifth game he was substituted by Gerard Houllier after 20 minutes in the 2-2 draw at Manchester City, and was never seen again for the remainder of the season.

In a shock move Otsemobor was then loaned out by Houllier to Bolton Wanderers but after playing just 45 minutes for the first team cut short that move to return to Liverpool.

It was in the summer of 2002 that Otsemobor moved down to Melwood to train with the first team having been a regular in Hughie McAuley's under-19 side at the Academy.

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