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Klopp warns Liverpool defence beware of 'proper, proper player' Vardy
Vardy has already scored eight goals this season leading the line for Brendan Rodgers' side, equalling Tottenham's Son Heung-min, Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Liverpool's Mo Salah.The Reds boss will be without key defenders Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Trent Alexander-Arnold among others as they have fallen victim to injuries through the hectic football calendar.
The smile of a skilled man.
Winner of Ajax Amsterdam this Tuesday evening (1-0), to ensure the first place in group D, it was a smiling Jürgen Klopp who presented himself at the microphone of BT Sport at the end of the meeting: "Honestly, since I have been in Liverpool, it is surely one of the greatest nights of the Champions League that I have lived" , admitted the German coach. After acknowledging "the difficulty of this performance in the absence of supporters" , he also paid tribute to all of his players.
The former Borussia coach has, among other things, praised the performance of young Caoimhin Kelleher - usual third goalkeeper -, author of a big performance as he started on the European stage. All of this, without forgetting to quote Adrián, relegated to the hierarchy: “Adrián did a fantastic job for us, with a lot of clean sheets. But we needed Caoimhin. He is also a very good goalkeeper. We made this decision, without really knowing how he was going to do it. I am very happy with its calm and its quality. »
Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool and Manchester City won't continue dominance
Guardiola has signed a new deal with Manchester City until 2023 which will extend his great rivalry with Klopp, but the German thinks other teams are showing they can challenge.Guardiola's deal that keeps him at the Etihad until 2023 extends his great rivalry with Klopp that has already seen their teams fight it out in title races, the Champions League and a Wembley cup final.
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Some minutes after the final whistle, the Irish goalkeeper himself was still on his own: “It was incredible and huge for me to make my debut in an Champions League match, he assured , still at BT Sport. I work every day in training to make sure I can be ready for a match. Tonight I was able to make a few stops. We won, we qualified. So it was a good evening. »
And the boy is humble, on top of that!
Klopp confirms Thiago and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will miss Liverpool's next two games .
Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Thiago and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be unavailable for Liverpool’s upcoming matches against Ajax and Wolves, next Tuesday and Sunday respectively. The Reds were held to a 1-1 draw at Brighton this afternoon after conceding a stoppage time penalty, but the point still put the Premier League champions top of the table overnight. Liverpool picked up another injury blow at the Amex Stadium, however, with James Milner picking up a hamstring injury. That wasn’t the only negative piece of news to arise regarding injuries, either.