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Klopp: “I Think It’s Normal That A Lot Of People See It Slightly Differently”

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Jurgen Klopp feels Virgil van Dijk would have been a worthy winner of the Ballon d’Or but understands why Lionel Messi was rewarded for a record sixth time.  The Dutch international was in stellar form last season as Liverpool added to their European legacy by winning another Champions League crown. Many thought the towering central defender deserved the award for …

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Klopp Admits Sean Cox Attack Was Lowest Point Of Liverpool Tenure

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has admitted that the vicious attack on Irish Reds fan Sean Cox in 2018 was the “lowest point” of his tenure at Anfield. Cox suffered devastating head injuries when he was attacked in a random assault by a masked AS Roma supporter outside Liverpool’s stadium in April 2018. Liverpool CEO Peter Moore confirmed that Cox and …

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Liverpool Will Play Two Games In Two Days In December

Liverpool will play two games in the space of 24 hours in December after the EFL confirmed that the date of Carabao Cup quarter-final will not change. Jurgen Klopp’s team will play Aston Villa on Tuesday, December 17 at Villa Park in the EFL Cup. The following day, they will play in the Club World Cup semi-final in Qatar. Klopp …

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Liverpool & Napoli Meet Again As Draw Made For Champions League

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The draw for the group stages of this season’s Champions League has been made in Monaco this evening.  Reigning champions Liverpool have been drawn in Group E alongside familiar foes Napoli while FC Salzburg and KRC Genk make up the rest of the opposition for Jurgen Klopp’s side. Tottenham are in Group B where they will meet Bayern Munich, Olympiacos …

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Louth Manager Wayne Kierans Is More Than Just A ‘Soccer Man’

The narrative surrounding Louth boss, Wayne Kierans, is one of optimism in the Wee County, however, much has been said about the fact that he is supposedly a ‘soccer man’. The soccer man, an old-school Gael’s worst nightmare. The ‘ground ball’ loving coach who’s coming in to change the way the game is played. Sure, he’ll probably be teaching the …

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Caomhin Kelleher’s “Unbelievable Skills” Singled Out By Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been full of praise for Irish U21 international goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher outlining that the 20-year old’s “unbelievable skills” have “surprised players in training.” Kelleher is one of Liverpool and Ireland’s most exciting prospects and recently made his debut for Stephen Kenny’s U21s in the victory over Luxembourg. The young keeper has also been involved in the …

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MacKenna On Monday: Liverpool, A Rose Among Football’s Many Thorns

Back in November, after Virgil van Dijk had scored the Netherlands’ last-gasp equaliser against Germany in the Nations League, what followed quickly took over in terms of both headlines and chatter. Well-known now due to the reaction then, he went to referee Ovidiu Hategan at the final whistle, put his arms around him, and offered the weeping official his sincere …

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Jurgen Klopp Praises His “Warriors” In Midst Of Injury Crisis

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has taken his “warriors” to Dubai for a warm-weather training camp where he will search for a solution to his defensive dilemma. The Premier League leaders, four points ahead of Manchester City, are not in action this coming weekend because they were knocked out of the FA Cup in the last round. But James Milner’s sending-off …

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Klopp Denies Liverpool’s Lighter Schedule Is Title Advantage

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp denied on Friday that his Premier League leaders will have the upper hand over Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur in the title race despite a lighter schedule after crashing out of both domestic cup competitions. City trail Klopp’s men by four points, with Tottenham two points further back, but both of Liverpool’s rivals are still involved …

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