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Klopp asked about reported Davies transfer, reacts to Liverpool win
Davies is a regular for Preston and his contract expires this summer. Klopp's response when asked about Davies is perfect deflection. Charming, even. For transfer deadline day on Feb. 1, you can watch Sky Sports News free on Peacock from 8 a.m. ET, plus we will have a special transfer Deadline Day show on NBCSN and online via NBCSports.com from 4-6:30 p.m. ET. Pat ???? "Ben Davies? Preston?" Klopp ???? "…Tottenham?" ???? Jurgen Klopp when quizzed by @skysports_PatD about potential signings for Liverpool pic.twitter.
The mood was better at Liverpool FC. Jürgen Klopp made no secret of this after three defeats in a row on Monday. However, he resolutely opposed rumors of a possible resignation.
After the 3-1 defeat at Leicester there had been rumors in England at the weekend that Klopp was considering a break. One of the reasons given was the death of his mother, to whose funeral Klopp could not travel due to the corona restrictions. "We had a difficult time privately, but that dragged on for a long time, and we managed it as a family," said Klopp at his press conference the day before the first round of 16 duel with RB Leipzig on Tuesday: "I'm 53 and have worked in football for 30 years. I can separate things and don't carry them around with me. Nobody has to worry about me. "
Liverpool brings second division professional Davies - Klopp explains surprise transfer
Liverpool FC have strengthened themselves with a 25-year-old central defender from the second English division. Jürgen Klopp explains the surprising new addition. © imago images Suddenly playing for the Premier League title with: Ben Davies. A Ben Davies is already playing at Tottenham Hotspur, now one is also playing for Liverpool FC - and that would have been unthinkable until a few weeks ago.
The banner that fans hung up in Anfield to support him was "very nice", but unnecessary: "I don't have the feeling that I need special support," said the Reds coach, who assured him : "I don't need a break. It may be that I don't look like this because the weather is bad, I'm pale, my beard is getting gray and I don't sleep enough. That's all true. But I'm full of energy. I see the situation we are in as a challenge. "
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"It may be that I don't look like that because the weather is bad, I'm pale, my beard is getting gray and I don't sleep enough. But I'm full of energy." - Jürgen Klopp
Of course, the results would not have been right recently, but Klopp said his team would have played "pretty good football" anyway: "If you compare the games against Manchester City (1: 4, ed.) And Leicester (1: 3) saw, they didn't look like games where we'd concede seven goals and only score two. It was due to individual mistakes, we talked about that. "
He has never heard that you can get out of such a situation with bad football, said Klopp: "We are Liverpool. We can't withdraw and wait an hour for the other team to cross the middle line. We have to dominate - and we do. "
"What are you laughing at? », Klopp sees red .
Jürgen Klopp blew blood this Saturday during Liverpool's loss to Everton. The German attacked the opposing bench. © Supplied by Football 365 Jürgen Klopp hooks up with Duncan Ferguson It's an understatement to say that Jürgen Klopp has had another bad day with Liverpool. In addition to the fourth loss in a row conceded by his team in, the German coach had a few words with Duncan Ferguson during the. During the match, as Seamus Coleman claimed a penalty for the Toffees, Klopp lost his temper.