Brendan Rodgers and Martin Skrtel today became the latest members of the LFC first-team set-up to take the ice bucket challenge to raise funds and awareness for ALS/MND charities.

The boss was selected to face the task by Reds fan Mark Maddox - and once he'd completed it, duly nominated his son, Anton, Swansea City boss Garry Monk and Hollywood actor and Kopite, Daniel Craig.

Skrtel also faced the ice bucket challenge after being nominated by former Liverpool striker, Luis Suarez.

Upon completing it, the defender selected Daniel Agger, club doctor Zaf Iqbal and Slovakian rapper, Rytmus.

The premise of the ice bucket challenge is simple - participants must film themselves having freezing water poured over their heads before donating money to a chosen ALS/MND charity.

They then nominate friends to do the same within 24 hours, or they must contribute a larger sum of money to a good cause.

A number of Liverpool stars have already got involved, including Steven Gerrard, Daniel Sturridge, Philippe Coutinho, Emre Can, Lucas Leiva and Jon Flanagan.