Alisson met with Liverpool musician Jamie Webster at the city’s Baltic Triangle to talk football, guitar and his connection with the club and supporters.
The £65 million summer signing has made a big impact for the Reds since his arrival from Roma, so far keeping 16 clean sheets in 32 games.
His record of a shutout every other game is the best of any goalkeeper to turn out for Liverpool, albeit having played far fewer than the likes of Ray Clemence, Bruce Grobbelaar, Pepe Reina, Elisha Scott and Tommy Lawrence.
Off the pitch, Alisson is also a big character, and a performer, who brought his guitar with him to the pre-season training camp in Evian.
Webster is becoming synonymous with the Kop, with his involvement with BOSS Night seeing him play regularly at District, and other events around the world, including at Kyiv’s Shevchenko Park last May.
“We are excited about [the title race]. We are very focused on this
“We are doing this for the supporters, for the manager, for us and for everyone who is inside the project.
“This team is different. I think we can do something special here. But we need to put the feet on the ground and keep working, working, working.
“The supporters are a great part of this team.
“They cannot go to the pitch and play but…they can do something to move us, to charge us to do something more on the pitch.”
The video is well worth a watch, with Alisson‘s love for the club shining through.