Jurgen Klopp Pissed Off By Sky Sports' Question About Loving His Players
- Author: Julie Sanders Sep 26, 2017,
Sep 26, 2017, 17:16
There had been confusion involving the translator throughout proceedings, spiking when Klopp eventually answered: "I love Harry, too". They play with one main forward, but their principal attacking threat often comes from the players behind the front man. "A waste of time".
"I am really impressed that we're in a Champions League press conference and we're talking about things like this... I really don't understand the business anymore", Klopp said.
The former Liverpool defender also said that it's stressful for fans of the club to watch the team at the moment, and that opposition sides know they will get opportunities against them, regardless of the score line.
Liverpool have certainly struggled a bit without the Senegalese attacker while he was serving a domestic ban, and Jurgen Klopp will happy to have him play in their Champions League encounter.
Held to a 2-2 draw by Sevilla in their Champions League opener two weeks ago, Liverpool have failed to keep a clean sheet in 11 of their last 12 matches in the competition. "I like the shape we play".
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has made a decision to start the 24-year-old Karius, who played in Liverpool's 2-2 draw with Sevilla, the club said on their website, adding it "doesn't necessarily mean he is the club's first-choice stopper for all Champions League fixtures this season". I love Harry too'.
Instead he put it down to the risks manager Jurgen Klopp asks them to take in harnessing an attacking ethos, referring to a "collective failure" when it came to conceding goals. We know where we can do better in defence.
Joe Gomez, playing in his fifth game of the season for Liverpool, earned a second yellow late on and will be suspended for their game this evening.
He said: 'I did call him the other day but it's not just Liverpool we discussed. "But what Liverpool do is they give them oxygen". Their lack of confidence because of this could mean that they lose the game purely because of perceived mental weaknesses in the side, even with extremely experienced players such as Adriano and Tasci.
Spartak will be without key attacker Quincy Promes after he picked up a calf injury during their win over Kuban Krasnodar in the Russian Cup last week.