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John Barnes: Liverpool need better attacking players

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The Anfield favourite has somewhat defied the current consensus by quashing the ability of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino to maintain their goal-scoring form.Barnes insists the Reds must further strengthen their attacking ranks if they wish to continue progressing under Jurgen Klopp.“They need better all-round players,” Barnes said, as reported by the Liverpool Echo. “The front-three are great, but I don’t feel that they are necessarily going to continue to do this for the next two or three years.”Salah is not a centre forward, I don’t think he is a player who can score goals consistently over a period of time. We don’t have players like that.”“We have players like Salah and Mane and, although Mane scored a hat-trick against Porto, they are not out-and-out goalscorers.”
Barnes did, however, allude to an interesting transition for Firmino into a deeper playmaking role given his already-natural tendency to drift across the front line.“So, as funny as it may seem, I think t…

ARSENAL 3-3 LIVERPOOL: THEIVERPOOL BEST PHOTOS

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Liverpool and Arsenal played out an enthralling game at the Emirates on Friday night, with Jürgen Klopp’s side giving up a 2-0 lead in a frantic five minutes in the second half.

Jurgen Klopp's Rotation Policy Must Have Exceptions

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Klopp's constant rotation of his stars following their European exploits is understandable, as is his faith in his entire squad to deliver when called upon, but there must be exceptions.

Goal-Happy Liverpool Make Champions League History as They Storm to the Knockout Stages

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Joel Matip to miss Liverpool's Champions League clash

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Jurgen Klopp has ruled Joel Matip out of Liverpool's Champions League clash at home to Spartak Moscow on Wednesday, but has rejected suggestions he could miss a month with a thigh injury.

The Cameroon international missed Saturday's 5-1 victory over Brighton and Hove Albion and appears unlikely to be fit in time for Sunday's Merseyside derby against Everton,

Lewandoski: Liverpool will challenge for the Title

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Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has told Goal believes "father figure" Jurgen Klopp can guide Liverpool to the Premier League title this season.

Finished By 60: Jurgen Klopp Would Be Happy to End His Managerial Career With Liverpool

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hinted that there is a chance he could end his managerial career at Anfield.

8 Times You Wished Mino Raiola Had Just Kept His Big Mouth Shut

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic calls him a 'wonderful fat idiot'. The Swede means it in an affectionate way, but there's more than a few people would be more than happy to drop 'wonderful' from their own descriptions of super-agent Mino Raiola.

Jose Mourinho's Manchester United will take on Manchester City in the fourth round of the EFL Cup.

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Jose Mourinho's Manchester United will take on Manchester City in the fourth round of the EFL Cup.

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool ran out of energy in Europa final - Alex Ferguson

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Liverpool's pressing game under Jurgen Klopp took its toll in their Europa League final defeat to Sevilla, according to former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

Mario Balotelli calls Liverpool move the 'worst mistake' of his life

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Striker Mario Balotelli believes his ill-fated move to Liverpool was the "worst mistake" of his life.

‘Stop singing my name’ – Klopp warns Liverpool fans

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German tactician Jurgen Klopp has warned ecstatic Liverpool fans not to jump the gun when celebrating especially when they sing his name before games are decided.

See why Jurgen Klopp expects 'one or two' more players to join Liverpool

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The Reds have already welcomed four new

Klopp: sturridge sparks liverpool's attack

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Jurgen Klopp has explained how Daniel Sturridge sturridge sparks liverpool's attack  in the aftermath of the club’s 6-0 Valentine’s Day slaughtering of Aston Villa.

The England international made his first league start since October on Sunday afternoon and needed just 16 minutes to illustrate his prowess by heading in Philippe Coutinho’s brilliant delivery from the left.

Klopp steering Liverpool through punishing demands of English football

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A stubborn and resilient Liverpool edged past Stoke City to reach the Capital One Cup final on Tuesday but the performance was so disjointed and tired that it raised questions about the next series of matches.

As the players celebrated in the dressing room with the obligatory group photo, their manager Jurgen Klopp was no doubt examining the future fixture list and inwardly groaning. He may be all crazy smiles, jokes and ebullience on the outside but the German's initial encounter with English football must have had him reaching for the smelling salts at times.
Saturday's FA Cup match with West Ham will be Liverpool's 16th game in 59 days, taking place during the worst days of the sodden English climate. The potential for deterioration in their situation is daunting. Imagine there is a draw on Saturday, but Liverpool won the replay. That would result in eight matches during February followed almost immediately by a league match with Manchester City on March 2. That would m…

Klopp has told players to prove themselves

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has told his players they need to prove themselves every season or risk being let go by the club.
The German's men have endured mixed results since he took over in October and face Premier League leaders Arsenal at Anfield on Wednesday.While the former Borussia Dortmund coach has insisted his squad does not need an overhaul, Klopp said his players would be judged every season."I always say with players that I don't sign contracts but it's a contract for one year," Klopp said.
"A very good season and the player can leave, a very bad one and the club might let the player leave, so anything can happen."In this year we are only focused on trying everything to make a season that when we are old and grey we can look back and say it was really worth it."Klopp's injury-hit side go into their meeting with Arsenal on the back of a win over Stoke City in the League Cup and draw with Exeter City in the FA Cup.
But the 48-year…

Alexis Sanchez will miss Liverpool clash, says Arsene Wenger as he tells Jurgen Klopp to adapt to English football

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Alexis Sanchez will not be fit for Arsenal's trip to Liverpool on Wednesday as he continues his recovery from injury.
The Chilean forward has not played since limping off against Norwich in November, and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said the game at Anfield will be too soon for a Sanchez return. Wenger added, though, that Sanchez may be back for Arsenal's trip to Stoke on Sunday.   'It is too soon for Alexis Sanchez, maybe he will be fit for Sunday,' Wenger said at a press conference on Monday.
Wenger, meanwhile, has told Jurgen Klopp he must adapt to the traditions of English football after the Liverpool boss spoke out about his team's fixture pile-up.

Klopp to deploy a number of yougsters in today's FA Cup game

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he
will deploy a number of young players in
today's FA Cup third round game at
Exeter.
The Reds are without a number of key players with
midfielder Philippe Coutinho expected to be on the
sidelines at least until the end of January after picking
up a hamstring injury in the League Cup win against
Stoke.
The Brazilian is the sixth Liverpool player to suffer a
hamstring injury this season with Dejan Lovren, Martin
Skrtel, Jordan Rossiter, Divock Origi and Daniel
Sturridge also picking up a similar type of injury.
"I think that's the thing [rotate] we have to do now,"
Klopp said."We have to take the situation like it is and we'll go to
Exeter. I will be there for sure! I will take a few players
with me!"The FA Cup is a great tournament, we know about it,
but we have to make the decisions for the Liverpool
team, for my team, and so we have to make changes.
That's all I can say because at this moment I don't
know w…

Adam Lallana believes Liverpool’s current injury crisis is bad luck more than anything, and feels Jurgen Klopp‘s training sessions have played no part in the issue.

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Klopp “angry” with Reds display against West Ham

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Klopp “angry” with Reds display against West Ham during the whole horrible display , they gave just 90%
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