Loris Karius says Jurgen Klopp wanted him to stay at Liverpool

Loris Karius says Jurgen Klopp wanted him to stay at Liverpool

Loris Karius says Jurgen Klopp wanted him to stay at Liverpool

With the help of a graphic from 'Taintless Red, ' he showcased a Liverpool XI that was completely made up of players who haven't started this season.

Brighton were trying to stay compact but they were struggling to keep the hosts at bay.

Vardy has only missed 11 league games since Leicester returned to the top-flight in 2014/15 and Leicester have won five, drawn three and lost three during that time.

It must be really frustrating for new Liverpool signing and Brazil International, Fabinho at Anfield.

By hiring Gronnemark, Liverpool have become the first Premier League team to employ a throw-in coach.

So far so good, Liverpool have kept a clean sheet in the new season with 9 points. Usually we win or we draw when we are good and lose most of the time when we are average and that is what we have to change. They nearly had a way back into the match four minutes after the restart when Naby Keita was caught in midfield but Anthony Knockaert slipped as he shot and his effort was no trouble for Alisson in the Liverpool goal.

The back four continue to earn praise, with Joe Gomez and Virgil van Dijk blossoming into a leading centre-half partnership, while Andrew Robertson and Alexander-Arnold provide energy and intensity down the flanks.

"But fair play to him and that's the confidence he's playing with and it breeds onto the defence". Both them have very fast transition, with every fast players up front.

"It could be too risky, but it's part of the game". In this early part of the season it was clear - we have to come into the season.

They have managed to find a way to cope without the man who has scored 62 goals in 145 Premier League games since they earned promotion back in 2014. Jurgen Klopp's side has yet to concede a goal this season.

Add them to a side that fought their way to a Champions League final and it's no wonder the Reds look the most likely club to rival Manchester City over the next eight months.

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