Published: Tue, October 17, 2017
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

Liverpool can cope without Senegal's Sadio Mane - Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool can cope without Senegal's Sadio Mane - Jurgen Klopp

I know the owners are not in doubt about me, about us, about anything.

Park admitted that United versus Liverpool was a match the players, as well as the fans, get excited about. A journalist asked me: "Do you think it's a fair result?' I said 'What do you think?' When he said 'Yes", I was close to saying, 'Come on, get up!' As a human being I'm not proud of this. He added that he wouldn't be the manager of Liverpool, unless otherwise.

Salah was arguably the standout performer during the first half against United and produced one of the highlights of the opening 45 minutes: a magnificent run from his own half.

'These players are used to each other and I think it makes sense against Man Utd not to make a lot of experiments'.

"There is another transfer window in January, we can not change this", Klopp said, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo. "Why should I be here as some kind of caretaker until the world creates a manager who can be more successful? It is the best performance since I am here", Guardiola said. I am really convinced.

"I think everybody who has watched our games saw in each game we could have won, even against Manchester City, which sounds insane but it is like this". I hope we can get the win. We are not at the start, but there's still a long way to go.

On the other side, Alberto Moreno continues to be favoured, even though his forays forward often leave the two centre backs exposed.

Liverpool hasn't been performing at their best and is now trailing Manchester United by seven points.

England global Jones has just 20 months to run on his current deal and talks have started on a new contract that will put him in the same bracket as Chelsea's David Luiz and Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany.

"They're a good side with some top class players, but we know we're a good team as well and go into every game believing we can win". We took the knock and thought, 'Shit, we conceded five, ' but it was not that bad.

What's frustrating is that we've all seen Liverpool play blistering, offensive and striking football.

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