KEVIN Nolan never fulfilled his boyhood dream of playing for Liverpool.
And leading Newcastle United out at Anfield on Sunday will be a special moment for the club’s captain.
Nolan, left, was associated with Liverpool as a schoolboy before moving to Bolton Wanderers, where he eventually became a professional.
And the midfielder – who is hoping to recover from a groin problem to face the team he has supported all his life – credits the club with setting him on his way to being a Premier League footballer.
“I was with Liverpool for about four years, between the age of six and 10, I think,” Nolan said.
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