Liverpool: This Naby Keita song is going to takeover the Kop

LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 20: Naby Keita of Liverpool is closed down by Andros Townsend of Crystal Palace during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Liverpool FC at Selhurst Park on August 20, 2018 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 20: Naby Keita of Liverpool is closed down by Andros Townsend of Crystal Palace during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Liverpool FC at Selhurst Park on August 20, 2018 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images) /
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This new Liverpool song about Naby Keita and other current Reds is going to takeover the Kop in the early part of the 2018/19 season.

Liverpool Football Club are on a roll. And so are the fans. The Reds have a new star in summer signing Naby Keita and the fans have given him a new (and few other lads) a new song to get the Kop rocking this Autumn.

Jurgen Klopp’s men have won their first three Premier League games of the season without conceding a goal. A huge part of that great start has been the immediate impact of Keita in midfield. The Guinean has impressed fans and pundits alike in his initial appearances at Anfield.

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Moving straight into the first team, his dynamic passing and pressing have given the Reds’ midfield an injection of urgency. Despite only be three games into his Liverpool career he is turning into a pivotal figure on the field and in the newest song to his the Kop.

To the tune of Mexican folk song “La Bamba” it promises to be a classic’:

"“Na Na Na Na Naby KeitaNa Na Na Na Naby KeitaBobby Firmino, Salah & ManéAnd Andy Robbo!Naby KeitaNaby Keita”"

The song mentions the Liverpool number 8 (Keita), number 9 (Firmino), number 10 (Mané) and number 11 (Salah). There is also a shout out to cult hero Andrew Robertson!

Last season was defined by the “Allez, Allez, Allez” song which soundtracked Liverpool’s run to the Champions League final. There was also the “Taking over Rome” song during that campaign. The Reds are flying both on and off the pitch!

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This Liverpool side feels different – better, more confident – than any we have had in a long time. With such a great bunch of lads and the driving charisma of Jurgen Klopp there can only be more new songs down the road. A trophy or two might just make them songs we sing for decades.