On Monday, ahead of the match at Leicester tomorrow, Jurgen Klopp held a press conference and was his usual enigmatic self.
Liverpool struggled over the past week and now have two away games at Leicester to turn things round.
Liverpool will start their third hard goalkeeper of the season for the Carabao Cup trip to Leicester City after manager Jurgen Klopp confirmed Danny Ward will begin the third round tie at the King Power Stadium.
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Kizer was six-of-11 passing for 81 yards with one intercepted pass, and the Browns trailed the Ravens 14-0 in the second quarter. A replay review confirmed the call of touchdown, and the Ravens took a 21-7 lead into the halftime break.
"Now he's in the flawless age and still able to make big steps, and how I thought he played in the last game [was] like a Liverpool player".
Speaking a year ago, Arsene Wenger addressed Oxlade-Chamberlain's slow progress at the Emirates Stadium, proffering that "maybe he doesn't completely believe in himself as to how good he can be".
"Sometimes that's what you need, but I don't think we were good enough".
"We work really with Alex and sit together with him analysts and show him and how we want to play him in this position and that position", Klopp said.
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The striker has made just 70 appearances for the Reds - many of them as a substitute - and scored 25 goals - since penning his new contract in 2014 and has often clashed with Klopp over his fitness.
"You are in a situation with your old club-I don't say for Alex especially, but in general it's like this-you're in a specific position and you accept it on some point".
"So far, I can see that he's settled in perfectly". He knew at least all the England players and a few others.
"But we have to handle this and we're looking forward to the next game. That's all, it's all good from this side in the moment".
Defoe earns Bournemouth comeback win over Brighton
Jermain Defoe , who worked with Hughton when he was assistant manager at Spurs, struck Bournemouth's victor (below). Defoe's strike earned AFC Bournemouth's first points of the season, putting them within one point of Brighton.
Now in a run of four matches in 11 days, which includes a Champions League trip to Moscow early next week, and Klopp admits he has no option but to make changes for the match at the King Power Stadium.
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