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Юрген Клопп: "Владельцы "Ливерпуля" доказали свою заинтересованность в клубе и болельщиках"

СПОРТ-ЭКСПРЕСС. Свежие новости. - 59 минут 26 секунд назад

Главный тренер "Ливерпуля" Юрген Клопп отметил заботу владельцев клуба о болельщиках. Он поприветствовал их решение заморозить цены на билеты после акции протеста фанатов.

– В мире футбола владельцам клубов непросто доказать свою заинтересованность в команде, – цитирует The Mirror Клоппа. – Я здесь всего четыре с половиной месяца, но знаю владельцев с их человеческой стороны. Они на самом деле заботятся о клубе и болельщиках. Их реакция на протест – доказательство реальной заинтересованности в команде, во всем, что окружает клуб. Я очень рад этому.

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Тур года в Англии, класико в Испании, титульный бой в Италии

СПОРТ-ЭКСПРЕСС. Свежие новости. - 59 минут 27 секунд назад

"СЭ" анонсирует наиболее интересные матчи ближайших дней в Европе

"ЛЕСТЕР": ПОВОРОТ СЮЖЕТНОЙ ЛИНИИ

Джейми ВАРДИ (№9). Фото REUTERS

Джейми ВАРДИ (№9). Фото REUTERS

На прошлой неделе всерьез началась работа над фильмом о лучшем бомбардире премьер-лиги Джейми Варди. На матч с "Ливерпулем", в котором форвард "Лестера" оформил дубль и забил киношный гол, приехал голливудский сценарист и продюсер Адриан Бутчарт. Гость из Америки в ближайшие недели собирается посетить все места боевой славы Варди – от стадиона "Лестера" до завода по производству углепластика, где будущая звезда трудилась в отрочестве.

Посетит Бутчарт и воскресную встречу "лисов" против "Арсенала", в которой в очередной раз "Лестер" не будет фаворитом. В первом круге команда Клаудио Раньери дома в своей худшей игре сезона разгромно уступила "канонирам" 2:5, так что на "Эмирейтс" можно было бы ожидать чего-то подобного. Если бы "Лестер" не был лидером. К слову, на днях выяснилось, что "лисы" за победу в чемпионате не получат ни пенса – бонус предусмотрен только в том случае, если "Лестер" займет место не ниже 12-го. Забавно, что пока это еще математически возможно.

А вот игроки "Манчестер Сити" за победу в турнире наверняка получат премиальные. Впрочем, о награде можно будет забыть, если "горожане" продолжат отвратительно играть с лидерами – в этом сезоне команда Мануэля Пеллегрини не обыграла никого из шестерки сильнейших. В том числе и "Тоттенхэм", который в сентябре уничтожил "горожан" со счетом 4:1. В воскресенье "Сити" представится новый шанс обыграть кого-то из конкурентов. Пора бы уже, не так ли? Кстати, на победу "горожан" букмекерская компания Winline предлагает коэффициент 2.04.

ЗИДАН – МАГНИТ РАЗГРОМНЫХ ПОБЕД?

Главный тренер "Реала" Зинедин ЗИДАН. Фото REUTERS

Главный тренер "Реала" Зинедин ЗИДАН. Фото REUTERS

Как известно, класико – это не только матчи между "Барселоной" и "Реалом". Баскский "Атлетик", как и гранды, никогда не покидал чемпионат Испании, так что его встречи с каталонцами и мадридцами тоже считаются классическими.

Правда, класико, в которых играют "Реал" и "Атлетик", до неприличия предсказуемы: баски уступали на "Сантьяго Бернабеу" в последних 11 матчах. Подобная статистика может напугать любого, но не главного тренера "Атлетика" Эрнесто Вальверде: "Цифры говорят только о прошлом, но они никогда не скажут о том, что произойдет в будущем. Мы не фавориты субботнего матча, но это ничего не значит".

Выходит, не имеет значения и то, что при Зинедине Зидане "Реал" еще не проигрывал, а в трех домашних матчах уничтожал соперников с общим счетом 16:1. Но иногда статистику все же стоит принимать во внимание – Winline предлагает коэффициент 2.20 на победу "Реала" с форой (-2).

"ЮВЕ" И "НАПОЛИ": КТО КОГО ОСТАНОВИТ?

Поль ПОГБА (слева) и Эльсеид ХЮСАЙ. Фото REUTERS

Поль ПОГБА (слева) и Эльсеид ХЮСАЙ. Фото REUTERS

В Италии в субботу грядет битва за скудетто – два безоговорочных лидера, "Наполи" и "Ювентус", сразятся друг с другом. От преследователей оба оторвались на приличное расстояние, так что можно с уверенностью сказать: чемпионом станет кто-то из этой пары.

В Неаполе сейчас с упоением вспоминают последний на сегодня триумф в сезоне-1989/90. Тогда "Наполи" к победе тоже вел аргентинский вожак, Марадона. И тогда у лазурного клуба к заключительной части турнира тоже остался лишь один соперник – "Милан".

Сможет ли Игуаин повторить путь великого Диего? Пока у форварда "Наполи" все получается: десять голов в последних восьми матчах помогли команде выиграть восемь раз подряд – такого не было даже при Марадоне. "Ювентус", что интересно, тоже ныне мчится по рекордной для себя колее – 14 побед кряду.

И вот, два скоростных поезда стремглав летят друг на друга – такому сюжету позавидует любой режиссер! Наверняка находящиеся в потрясающей форме клубы порадуют и результативностью. Вы тоже считаете, что в этом матче команды на двоих забьют минимум трижды? Компания Winline оценивает это событие коэффициентом 2.19.

"БАВАРИЯ" – КАК РАЗМИНКА ПЕРЕД КЛОППОМ

Рауль БОБАДИЛЬЯ (слева) и Тиагу АЛЬКАНТАРА. Фото AFP

Рауль БОБАДИЛЬЯ (слева) и Тиагу АЛЬКАНТАРА. Фото AFP

"Аугсбург" нынче переживает "кризис второго сезона": в прошлом году баварский клуб финишировал пятым, а сейчас борется за выживание. Но в одном команда Маркуса Вайнцирля в этом сезоне преуспела: единственная из всех навязала борьбу самой "Баварии" в ее логове. В первом круге "Аугсбург" уступил маститому соседу 1:2, причем до 77-й минуты выигрывал. Но и это поражение – подлинное достижение, ведь в текущем чемпионате "Бавария" всех дома била с разницей как минимум в два мяча.

Для "Аугсбурга" предстоящая встреча – еще и смотр сил накануне матча 1/16 финала Лиги Европы против "Ливерпуля". Недавно скромный баварский клуб в своем твиттере выложил фото очков в пожарном шкафе с надписью "В случае необходимости разбить стекло".

Тонкая шутка о Юргене Клоппе станет еще смешнее, если "Аугсбург" в третий раз за последние пять матчей обыграет "Баварию".

ЧТО СМОТРЕТЬ В БЛИЖАЙШИЕ ДНИ

13 февраля, суббота

"Реал" – "Атлетик". 18.00. Стадион "Сантьяго Бернабеу".

"Ювентус" – "Наполи". 22.45. Стадион "Ювентус".

14 февраля, воскресенье

"Арсенал" – "Лестер". 15.00. Стадион "Эмирейтс".

"Манчестер Сити" – "Тоттенхэм". 19.15. Стадион "Этихад".

"Аугсбург" – "Бавария". 19.30. Стадион "WWK Арена".

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Дортмундская "Боруссия" разгромит "Ганновер"

СПОРТ-ЭКСПРЕСС. Свежие новости. - 59 минут 28 секунд назад

ЧЕМПИОНАТ ГЕРМАНИИ. БУНДЕСЛИГА. 21-й тур

"СЭ" анонсирует матчи 21-го тура бундеслиги и дает на них прогноз.

12 февраля, пятница

22.30. МАЙНЦ – ШАЛЬКЕ

"Шальке" после яркой победы над "Вольфсбургом" постарается сохранить успешный ход вояжем в город карнавалов. Однако одолеть местный коллектив будет не так просто. Во-первых, "Майнц" в неплохой форме и, как и "Шальке", выиграл последние два матча чемпионата. К слову, кроме этих двоих, такая серия сейчас в активе лишь у "Штутгарта". А вдобавок, над "кобальтовыми" в их встречах с "карнавальщиками" давно довлеет проклятие второго круга. Если до зимнего перерыва "Шальке" выигрывал у "Майнца" во всех 10 поединках, то после него гельзенкирхенцам за всю историю противостояния удалось одержать лишь одну победу.

Однако в целом "Майнц" в 10 последних играх с "Шальке" выиграл всего раз. Правда, сейчас подопечные Шмидта не проигрывают дома уже 4 матча к ряду, но гельзенкирхенцам есть, чем на такое ответить. В этом чемпионате они уже одержали больше выездных побед (4), чем во всем прошлом сезоне (3).

Прогноз "СЭ" – 1:2. Прогноз WinLine – П1 2.88 – Н 3.39 – П2 2.45.

13 февраля, суббота

17.30. БОРУССИЯ Д – ГАННОВЕР

"Боруссия" на неделе съездила в Штутгарт и уверенным счетом 3:1 сдвинула швабов со своего пути в полуфинал Кубка Германии. Теперь предстоит разобраться дома с "Ганновером", что, похоже, не должно стать сверхсложной задачей. "Шмели" побеждали "девяносто-шестых" в 5 матчах из 6 последних, а Томас Шааф за последние 7 гастролей в Дортмунде не набрал там со своими командами ни одного очка.

Более того, "Ганновер" впервые за 6 лет проиграл 6 матчей подряд, а Дортмунд напротив – непобедим в 13 последних домашних играх. И по атакующему потенциалу команды сейчас на разных плюсах. Один Обамеянг забил в этом сезоне уже больше голов, чем весь состав "Ганновера", который в 2016 году заковырял в чужие ворота всего один мяч.

Прогноз "СЭ" – 3:0. Прогноз WinLine – П1 1.15 – Н 9.07 – П2 18.00.

17.30. ВОЛЬФСБУРГ – ИНГОЛЬШТАДТ

Вице-чемпионов прошлого сезона от второго места таблицы сейчас отделяет уже 18 очков. И большую часть из них "волки" растеряли в последние месяцы – во втором круге команда Хеккинга вообще набрала лишь одно из 9 возможных очков.

А вот "Ингольштадт", с которым "Вольфсбургу" предстоит встретиться в этом туре, в новом году собрал аж 6 очков, проиграв лишь дортмундской "Боруссии". Так что прервать семиматчевую безвыигрышную серию "волкам" будет не так просто. А ведь неплохо бы порадовать и болельщиков, и Кристиана Трэша, который в субботу проведет свою сотую игру в бундеслиге. Немного символично даже, что именно против "Ингольштадта" – ведь Трэш родился в этом городе и играл там в молодежной команде.

Прогноз "СЭ" – 1:0. Прогноз WinLine – П1 1.73 – Н 3.84 – П2 5.22.

17.30. ШТУТГАРТ – ГЕРТА

"Штутгарту" же предстоит вторая за неделю встреча с одним из лидеров таблицы. Несмотря на то, что швабы единственные выиграли в 2016 году все матчи чемпионата, пробиться в полуфинал Кубка страны им не удалось. Но может, получится вставить палки в колеса хозяевам стадиона, на котором традиционно проходит финал?

"Герта" на неделе тоже играла в Кубке и, одолев "Хайденхайм", сыграет в полуфинале с Дортмундом. Однако до следующего раунда еще два месяца, а пока берлинцы намерены продолжать отставить право на бронзовые медали чемпионата. Пока им это удается неплохо – в их копилке уже сейчас столько очков, сколько они набрали за весь прошлый сезон. Однако легко швабы не сдадутся, ведь и их прогресс последнего времени впечатляет. За 7 матчей под руководством Юргена Крамни они одержали уже больше побед (4), чем за 13 матчей с Цорнигером (3).

Прогноз "СЭ" – 1:2. Прогноз WinLine – П1 2.09 – Н 3.53 – П2 3.48.

17.30. ВЕРДЕР – ХОФФЕНХАЙМ

"Хоффенхайм" на неделе снова сменил декорации на тренерском мостике, но правда, не по своей инициативе – Хуб Стевенс подал в отставку по состоянию здоровья и собирается заканчивать карьеру. "Деревенщинам", пожалуй, стоит устыдиться – чтобы довести наставника до такого, надо было действительно постараться. Постаралась команда и правда на славу, одержав под началом Стевенса лишь одну победу.

Возглавил деревенскую команду Юлиан Нагельсманн, который должен был перебраться в Зинсхайм только летом. Однако дебютный матч ему предстоит непростой – "Хоффенхайм" не выигрывал у "музыкантов" на протяжении 10 последних матчей. А кроме того, бременцы еще и в отличном настроении – ведь во вторник они тоже стали полуфиналистами Кубка страны, неожиданно одолев в Леверкузене "Байер". Впрочем, успех может аукнуться "Вердеру" усталостью, чем "Хоффенхайм" со своим новым тренером могут попытаться воспользоваться.

Прогноз "СЭ" – 2:2. Прогноз WinLine – П1 2.17 – Н 3.56 – П2 3.25.

17.30. ДАРМШТАДТ – БАЙЕР

В кубковой встрече с "Вердером" у леверкузенцев все пошло не так. Казалось бы, повели в счете, но затем пропустили, а под конец первого тайма пропустили с пенальти второй, да еще и остались вдесятером после удаления Венделла. Третий же гол в ворота "Байера" был забит из офсайда, хотя надо признать, что шансов сравнять счет во втором тайме у команды все равно практически не было. "Аспириновые" сыграли удивительно слабо, что часто бывает с ними в матчах с плотно обороняющимся соперником.

Для полного счастья "Байер" еще и потерял из-за травмы Чичарито, так что лучше для "Дармштадта" обстоятельства сложиться не могли. Против "лилий" говорит разве только ужасающая статистика домашних встреч – всего одна победа в 10 матчах – и то, что леверкузенцы не проигрывают уже 5 матчей чемпионата. Правда, оставаться непобежденными в 6 играх к ряду им в этом сезоне еще не удавалось. Так что вновь попытаться качественно сыграть в обороне и удивить гостей "Дармштадт" наверняка постарается.

Прогноз "СЭ" – 1:1. Прогноз WinLine – П1 5.06 – Н 3.79 – П2 1.76.

20.30. КЕЛЬН – АЙНТРАХТ

Встреча "Кельна" с "Айнтрахтом" наверняка была вынесена на вечер в память о первом матче этих коллективов в нынешнем сезоне. Закончилась она хет-триком Александра Майера и безумным счетом 6:2 в пользу "орлов", так что Немецкая футбольная лига наверняка надеется на повторение феерии.

Надежды, конечно, малость завышены, все же в том матче "Кельн" пропустил столько мячей, сколько не пропускал еще ни в одной игре под руководством Петера Штегера. Да и дома "козлы" играют с "орлами" намного успешнее. Уже 9 встреч с "Айнтрахтом" на "Рейн Энерги" они не проигрывали и сейчас наверняка постараются одержать, наконец, первую победу в новом календарном году.

Прогноз "СЭ" – 2:1. Прогноз WinLine – П1 1.92 – Н 3.66 – П2 3.92.

14 февраля, воскресенье

17.30. ГАМБУРГ – БОРУССИЯ М

Прошлая встреча с "Гамбургом" закончилась для "жеребцов" поражением со счетом 0:3 и поставила точку в карьере Люсьена Фавра на тренерском мостике Гладбаха. Теперь самое время брать реванш. Во-первых, два матча в одном сезоне "динозавры" у "жеребцов" выигрывали последний раз 20 лет тому назад. Во-вторых, дома "Гамбург" выиграл у Гладбаха лишь один поединок из последних 6. Ну а в-третьих, с ребятами Шуберта сейчас вообще опасно связываться. В прошлом туре они забили свой 40-й гол в нынешнем чемпионате – последний раз они забивали столько 21 год тому назад.

"Гамбург" же напротив, не выигрывал с ноября месяца и в 6 матчах с тех пор набрал лишь 2 очка. Похоже, дает о себе знать традиционная хандра, которая обычно скручивает команды Бруно Лаббадии во втором круге. Хотя забавно, что именно в тренере кроется, возможно, единственная надежда "Гамбурга" – ведь Лаббадия выиграл у "Боруссии" в трех последних матчах. А еще понадеяться можно на Дрмича, который этой зимой перевоплотился из "жеребца" в "динозавра" и, возможно, захочет доказать бывшей команде, что зря его отпустили столь легко.

Прогноз "СЭ" – 1:3. Прогноз WinLine – П1 3.29 – Н 3.54 – П2 2.16.

19.30. АУГСБУРГ – БАВАРИЯ

А закроет тур в этот раз баварское дерби, и легко сдаваться в нем аутсайдер явно не планирует. "Аугсбург" вообще один из немногих, кто всегда старается заставить "Баварию" потратить на игру побольше сил. Не случайно же Маркус Вайнцирль под шумок стал единственным тренером чемпионата, которому удалось выиграть у Гвардьолы целых два раза.

Да и вообще фюггеры не знают поражений уже 7 матчей к ряду, хотя сейчас у них начнутся настоящие недели истины. Друг за другом последуют матчи с "Баварией", "Ливерпулем", Гладбахом, "Байером" и Дортмундом, так что уж где-то этой серии суждено будет прерваться. И как бы фюггеры не шутили в твиттере с рекордмайстером, вероятно, что первое за долгое время поражение настигнет их уже в воскресенье. Сложно хозяевам будет даже забить, если у гостей на поле выйдет Джошуа Киммих. Ведь молодой защитник пока выступает действительно на достойном "Баварии" уровне – с ним в составе мюнхенцы не пропустили еще ни одного гола в чемпионате.

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Steven Gerrard on training and learning from Jurgen Klopp

ThisIsAnfield.com - 1 час 19 минут назад

Having spent three weeks of the MLS off-season training with the Liverpool squad at Melwood, Steven Gerrard has praised Jurgen Klopp‘s methods.

 Liverpool's captain Steven Gerrard blows a kiss to the supporters as he walks off after his final game for the club, a 6-1 defeat to Stoke City, during the Premier League match at the Britannia Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Gerrard left Liverpool to join LA Galaxy at the end of 2014/15, ending a 17-year spell in the Reds first team.

But, as a boyhood Red, the 35-year-old retains a strong affection for the club and the city, and joined up with Klopp’s squad to maintain his fitness during the MLS off-season.

This saw Gerrard welcomed by a new manager in Klopp, and nearing the end of his playing career with one eye on a future coaching role, the midfielder said he “took a lot away” from his time at Melwood.

“Tactically, I tried to pick up what he wanted to get out of every player in the team,” he told Melissa Reddy of Goal.com.

“I tried to analyse what would be the qualities he wants to make a successful Jurgen Klopp team.

“I stuffed in as much as I could learn as possible.

“From just those two to three weeks training with the team and doing gym work at Melwood, I could clearly see his principles and how he wants the team to play in the future.”

Klopp’s arrival has prompted a change in emphasis both in training and on the field of play, but Liverpool have so far endured muted form under German.

 Liverpool's manager Jürgen Klopp during a training session at Melwood Training Ground ahead of the UEFA Europa League Group Stage Group B match against FC Rubin Kazan. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Gerrard explained how this was to be expected, with his former team-mates needing time to settle into the former Borussia Dortmund manager’s approach.

“Watching the team, I can already see the aspects that are coming off from what we worked on in training but the whole picture will take time,” he continued.

“We’ve got to be patient and give the manager a chance to bring his own players in and have a full pre-season with the team.

“It’s always going to take six-to-12 months for everyone to get used to each other and his exact way of working.

“With just a little bit of patience, I’m sure he’ll be a very successful manager for us and I wish him every bit of luck in the world.”

Gerrard is heading into his second MLS campaign with the Galaxy, but hinted that “there may be one more challenge for me.”

This is unlikely to come in Los Angeles, as the Whiston-born star’s bond with Merseyside is clear; though he won’t return to Liverpool in a playing capacity, a future role alongside Klopp is not beyond the realms of possibility.

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Фотоотчет: Тренировка в Мелвуде

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Liverbird.ru предлагает своим читателям фотоотчёт о прошедшей сегодня тренировочной сессии команды в рамках подготовки к матчу против "Астон Виллы" и благодарит редакцию Liverpool Еcho за проделанную работу.

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A Week In The Life...

LFC Online - 3 часа 20 минут назад

It has been a funny old week for Liverpool with, once again, plenty happening on the pitch and behind the scenes.

Firstly Jurgen Klopp has joined a number of his players in the doctor’s lounge before being rushed to hospital due to a diagnostic of appendicitis. In typical Klopp fashion, he missed the Sunderland game but discharged himself very quickly after his operation so as not to miss anything!

There have been rumours of Daniel Sturridge wanting to leave after apparently being tired of having his injuries and lacking commitment to the club. However there is no substance to any of this and despite only warming up for the Sunderland game, Daniel did make a return during Tuesday’s second FA Cup clash with the Hammers and showed fans again why he is greatly missed. Meanwhile he has been busy on social media promoting his new clothing line with team mates Henderson and Skrtel also posting their support on Instagram.

After a pretty quiet January transfer window, the owners further annoyed fans with announcing a new plan for the ticket prices for the 2016/17 season. With the attraction of the extension of the Main Stand offering an additional 13,000 seats, fans were outraged to hear of the new £77 price per seat. The Sunderland game saw many fans leaving at the 77th minute in protest and the owners…listened!

With a message being released to fans on Wednesday 10th February, owners John W Henry, Tom Werner and Mike Gordon informed fans that they aim to listen to fans and take on board what they feel, as they are the heart and soul of the club. They are planning on freezing ticket prices for another 2 seasons with the highest general ticket remaining at £59 along with freezing season ticket costs.

The £260m scheme which the owners have placed into the pot themselves is to become the biggest stand within a European stadium and the owners admitted they hope this will help them to remain a competitive threat to other clubs such as Manchester City and Arsenal who can be seen to redevelop and grow as a business. Whilst it is disappointing that it had to come to protests from fans, it is fantastic to know that Liverpool as a club bases decisions upon and around fans and views these as such a highly important asset to the club and not just as customers.

After disappointing matches against Sunderland and West Ham, the Reds go on to face Aston Villa on Valentine’s Day. The Midlands club has also faced defeats to West Ham recently and despite beating Norwich last weekend, remain 20th in the Premier League, giving Liverpool a statistical advantage but we will have to await with bated breath! 

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Liverpool FC training pictures: Reds step up preparations for Aston Villa clash at Melwood

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - 3 часа 23 минуты назад

 Martin Skrtel trains with teammates at Melwood as Sturridge, Coutinho and co prepare for Villa Park trip

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Liverpool FC training pictures: Reds step up preparations for Aston Villa clash at Melwood

icLiverpool.co.uk - 3 часа 23 минуты назад

 Martin Skrtel trains with teammates at Melwood as Sturridge, Coutinho and co prepare for Villa Park trip

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Melwood photos: Reds in training for trip to Villa

LiverpoolFC.TV - 4 часа 19 минут назад

Liverpool were in training at Melwood on Friday afternoon ahead of their weekend trip to Aston Villa - and our photographers were there too to provide this gallery from the session.

Photos by John and Andrew Powell

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Five on Friday: The big stories from the week in Merseyside politics

icLiverpool.co.uk - 4 часа 19 минут назад
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Five on Friday: The big stories from the week in Merseyside politics

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Klopp praises ticket U-turn

Sky Sports - 5 часов 19 минут назад
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has praised the club's decision to back down over the issue of increased ticket prices next season.
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Coutinho set for Villa clash

LFC Online - 5 часов 48 минут назад

Jurgen Klopp is glad to have him back available.

A welcome boost at West Ham on Tuesday night was the return of playmaker Philippe Coutinho after a month out with a hamstring injury, who scored with a free-kick which went under the wall.

"It was one of the smartest free-kicks in football, you don't see this too often and it was really cool," said Klopp.

"Phil Coutinho is in good shape and I don't know the names of too many teams in the world where he would not play.

"He has had two not too long but long-term injuries where four or five weeks (out) in the middle of the season is not too easy.

"He has to come back and find his rhythm and we will try to help him but if Phil is back he is always someone who can make the difference in a game."

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Sturridge fitness latest

LFC Online - 5 часов 52 минуты назад

Daniel Sturridge made his long-awaited return to first team action in Liverpool's FA Cup defeat at West Ham on Tuesday night, but is unlikely to start at Villa on Sunday.

He seems likely to be eased back in after his first appearance for two months, coming off the bench to play for over an hour at Upton Park.

Klopp will take no chances with the England international, who has played just seven times this season.

"He feels good and I have heard nothing else. We have to think about how we can manage the minutes but he made a big step in the last week and that is good," he said.

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Gerrard: I wish I could play for Liverpool for 100 years

HEAD NEWS - 6 часов 4 минуты назад

In a wide-ranging interview with Goal, the Reds legend talks passionately about the affection he still has for the club he served for 17 years after being named their greatest ever.

Steven Gerrard rattles off the first question in the interview and it is an unsurprising one. "How are things back home?" he enquires. 

Night has fallen on Merseyside to a backdrop of relentless rain. Drivers have been warned over high winds, and sightings of light blue skies are as rare as a convincing Liverpool victory in recent weeks. Meanwhile, it is mid-afternoon in Los Angeles and the sun is a fierce yellow inferno. 

The frenzy over Super Bowl 50, contested in the San Fransisco Bay Area and won by the Denver Broncos at the start of the week, is still fresh. The beaches need no Instagram filters or captions and pastel shades of ice cream are prominent. It is - quite literally - night and day between Liverpool and LA, but Gerrard immediately suggests that "it doesn't matter how far you go and how nice it is, there's no place like home".

It is 406 days since the 35-year-old announced that he would be exiting his city of birth and his boyhood club in what he described as "the toughest decision of my life". Over a year has passed but the emotional ties have proved hard to loosen. "It's still taking time to settle and sink in that I'm not a Liverpool player any more," he tells Goal. "It wasn't as if, the day after my last game, I could just let go and say that's that.

"It was hard and it still is hard to pull away as it's been such a big part of my life. I walked into the doors of Liverpool with my kit on in 1987 as an eight-year-old kid just happy to be there, never imagining all the things that were to come. I'm so appreciative of the career that I've had and the opportunity to be a part of what I feel is the best club in the world."

Gerrard didn't just have the opportunity, he volleyed it first time into the top corner from distance. He possessed the power of altering lost games and solving complex puzzles for Liverpool with the authority of his right foot. Alex Ferguson called him the "most influential player in England, bar none". 

John Barnes wishes that he "could have played alongside a complete package. He can do everything: shoot, pick a pass, turn a game, tackle, read the play". Kenny Dalglish said that the midfielder "treats adversity with contempt". The list of tributes is extensive and features the game's foremost footballers past and present. Zinedine Zidane, Cristiano Ronaldo and Pele have all gushed over Gerrard. 

Not too shabby for a kid who grew up on Huyton's Bluebell Estate and pretended that the concrete slab outside his house was the Anfield pitch. When Gerrard was nine, a rusty garden fork got lodged in his big toe and a surgeon at Alder Hey wanted to amputate it to prevent the possibility of gangrene spreading. 

His father and Steve Heighway intervened, saving the digit on his foot and his career. Gerrard was given three weeks off school to recuperate. During that time, he indulged in a diet of Liverpool footage. "All my heroes were parading their skills on the screen: John Barnes, Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush," he detailed.

Now, he has surpassed those icons in Goal's countdown of the greatest 20 players in the club's history, by securing top spot.

"That's an amazing accolade. I'm slightly embarrassed, I'll admit, but also very flattered because Liverpool have no shortage of amazing players," he says. "You could do a list of 100 and still so many real good ones would miss out. Top talents have come through the doors of the club and I grew up idolising a big percentage of them so it's an honour to be named among the legends I grew up pretending I was. 

"I wouldn't be getting recognised for these kind of things without my team-mates, without all the backroom staff and medical teams I've worked with, without advice from the ex-players, without the encouragement from the fans from day one who constantly pushed me to achieve the things I did for Liverpool. This may be viewed as an individual sort of prize but, for me, it's a collective one.

"Growing up, my dad used to tell me so many stories of the great Liverpool sides and their players. He was forever showing me videos and educating me on the history of the club so, for me to now be part of it, that's something that can't be put into words. From the age of eight, I wanted to be the very best I could be for Liverpool. 

"I gave every ounce of myself and worked harder and harder to realise my goal. I wanted so badly to do well for Liverpool that everything I had in my mind and in my body, I put towards it. I didn't just live the dream, I forced it to come true."

Hughie McAuley, one of Gerrard's first coaches at the Liverpool Academy, noted how dominant the youngster was from his opening workout with the club. He walked in and immediately took charge. That was a trend throughout the former Reds captain's career: he bossed it on the big occasions and the dog-awful ones. He did not just shape games but the mentality of his team-mates too. Xabi Alonso explained how Liverpool felt that anything was possible under their ex-skipper, while Dirk Kuyt also referenced a belief in transforming defeats into triumphs with the help of Gerrard. 

Regardless of his starting position on the field - in the centre of the park, right midfield, on the other flank, as a full-back, in the support-striker role - he would often finish a game by dragging Liverpool into places they'd never have been if it weren't for him. 

Olympiacos at Anfield. AC Milan at the Ataturk. West Ham at the Millennium Stadium. There is a lengthy collection of opponents and arenas that witnessed Gerrard putting on his cape and pulling his side through. In 2001, there was the 30-yarder past Fabien Barthez to help Liverpool to secure their first home win against Manchester United since December 1995. Then we were treated to his Merseyside Derby hat-trick in 2012, which was the only one in the fixture since 1982, on his 400th appearance. The years rolled on and so did Gerrard's influence.

In the new millennium, the club became synonymous with 'Stevie G'. Both parties were tightly stitched together and a chunk of Liverpool supporters did not just watch Gerrard grow, they did so with him. From an awkward teenager into an indomitable force, he defined an era which desperately needed an anchoring hero.

"It would have been quite special to be part of Liverpool in the 70s and 80s when they had so many world-class players and were the best team not just domestically but in Europe as well," admitted Gerrard. "I had some fantastic players alongside me in my career, too, but there were times we struggled as well. My journey has been more up and down than some of the legends we've mentioned, but I wouldn't trade it. 

"When you pull on the Liverpool shirt, you have an obligation to represent the club to the best of your ability and do everything in your power to help your team win trophies and I always tried to fulfil that. I'm really proud of all the special memories I'll hold forever from the club and even the painful ones are worth it because they make the good ones feel that much better. The only one tiny regret, of course, is that I didn't win a championship."

The man who could conjure any sort of goal wishes he could produce another trick. It is absolutely clear, throughout this conversation and in the eight months since his last competitive game for the club, that Gerrard has a Liverpool-shaped hole in his life.

While he is enjoying his LA Galaxy experience, as well as the freedom to spend time with his family at locations like Disneyland and the Santa Monica pier, it is impossible for Gerrard to switch off a 26-year highlights reel.

Does he wish he could reverse time? "Every day. Every day," he speedily offers. "I wish I could play for Liverpool for 100 years. I wish I could wake up every day still being 25, still being captain of Liverpool and still leaving every inch of myself on the field for my boyhood club. The pressure that came with the responsibility wasn't something I didn't enjoy; I absolutely revelled in it at times.

"I loved it but it is a difficult team to play for with the expectation from millions of supporters worldwide who just want to see Liverpool back at the very top again, as I do. For me, the pressure and expectation was always maximised because I'm a fan myself and a local player so I knew exactly what every victory or defeat felt like beyond the dressing room. 

"While there are some days more than most when I wake up and just want to turn back the clock and start my Liverpool journey again, I know my time as a player [for them] is up. I've had some highs that I didn't think were possible and some cruel lows, too, but I'm dead proud of my time representing the club on the pitch."

Despite being a world apart from Merseyside, Gerrard still travels home and away with Liverpool by following every game. "It's hard watching the team from a distance without being able to influence results," he admits.

"It's similar to when you're at a club and you’re injured. You're stuck in the stands or at home and it kills you just watching your team-mates and not being able to help them at all. You feel the pain of the defeats and the frustration and you kick every ball and it's still sort of like that. So what I do now is just try to give as much support and encouragement as I can to the team. It doesn't matter how far away I am, I still get up to watch every game and back the boys. That won't change."

At the end of November, Gerrard returned to Melwood to stay in shape with the club during the MLS off-season. There were new players and, moreover, one of the game's most charismatic managers in Jurgen Klopp was now in charge. "It was strange. Every ex-player will echo this. When you leave a club and then you step back in, it's a weird feeling," he explains. 

"I was lucky that I had a manager and a set of players that I count as friends, really, who gave me a warm welcome so the transition was easy. I didn't want to say goodbye to the team and to the supporters and never look back. I always hoped the doors would be open for me and I'm grateful that they are because the club has been a huge part of my life and will continue to play a big part. It doesn't matter whether I go back and actually work for the club again or not, it will always have a special place in my heart."
 

Gerrard did not just use the training complex to stay fit, he studied Klopp's methods closely. "In a short space of time I took a lot away. Tactically, I tried to pick up what he wanted to get out of every player in the team," he says. "I tried to analyse what would be the qualities he wants to make a successful Jurgen Klopp team. I stuffed in as much as I could learn as possible. From just those two to three weeks training with the team and doing gym work at Melwood, I could clearly see his principles and how he wants the team to play in the future. 

"Watching the team, I can already see the aspects that are coming off from what we worked on in training but the whole picture will take time. We've got to be patient and give the manager a chance to bring his own players in and have a full pre-season with the team. It's always going to take six-to-12 months for everyone to get used to each other and his exact way of working. With just a little bit of patience, I'm sure he'll be a very successful manager for us and I wish him every bit of luck in the world."

Jotting down lessons from the personalities in the dugout is nothing new for Gerrard. "All the coaches I've worked with at Liverpool, I tried to log notes on their way of working, things I felt they did right or wrong, how they handled different situations. 

"For someone like me who wants to stay involved in the game when I retire, I think it's very important to keep that sort of information on the various approaches to management."

Gerrard admitted that 2016 could be his last year as a footballer but he still has not yet reached a definitive decision. "It obviously plays on my mind all the time," he says.

"I think it's up in the air to a certain extent. I do realise that I'm in my final chapter and there's not long to go. I think I'm just going to assess the situation as the season goes on. I'm contracted in the MLS until November/December and I'm going to see how the season feels and how my body goes. There may be one more challenge for me but I do realise that my time's running out so I just want to make the most of these months."

Liverpool have long stated their desire to have Gerrard serve the club again in future. If he does, it will be with every inch of himself as has always been the case.

Source: Goal

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Gerrard: I wish I could play for Liverpool for 100 years

LiverpoolFC.TV - 6 часов 4 минуты назад

In a wide-ranging interview with Goal, the Reds legend talks passionately about the affection he still has for the club he served for 17 years after being named their greatest ever.

Steven Gerrard rattles off the first question in the interview and it is an unsurprising one. "How are things back home?" he enquires. 

Night has fallen on Merseyside to a backdrop of relentless rain. Drivers have been warned over high winds, and sightings of light blue skies are as rare as a convincing Liverpool victory in recent weeks. Meanwhile, it is mid-afternoon in Los Angeles and the sun is a fierce yellow inferno. 

The frenzy over Super Bowl 50, contested in the San Fransisco Bay Area and won by the Denver Broncos at the start of the week, is still fresh. The beaches need no Instagram filters or captions and pastel shades of ice cream are prominent. It is - quite literally - night and day between Liverpool and LA, but Gerrard immediately suggests that "it doesn't matter how far you go and how nice it is, there's no place like home".

It is 406 days since the 35-year-old announced that he would be exiting his city of birth and his boyhood club in what he described as "the toughest decision of my life". Over a year has passed but the emotional ties have proved hard to loosen. "It's still taking time to settle and sink in that I'm not a Liverpool player any more," he tells Goal. "It wasn't as if, the day after my last game, I could just let go and say that's that.

"It was hard and it still is hard to pull away as it's been such a big part of my life. I walked into the doors of Liverpool with my kit on in 1987 as an eight-year-old kid just happy to be there, never imagining all the things that were to come. I'm so appreciative of the career that I've had and the opportunity to be a part of what I feel is the best club in the world."

Gerrard didn't just have the opportunity, he volleyed it first time into the top corner from distance. He possessed the power of altering lost games and solving complex puzzles for Liverpool with the authority of his right foot. Alex Ferguson called him the "most influential player in England, bar none". 

John Barnes wishes that he "could have played alongside a complete package. He can do everything: shoot, pick a pass, turn a game, tackle, read the play". Kenny Dalglish said that the midfielder "treats adversity with contempt". The list of tributes is extensive and features the game's foremost footballers past and present. Zinedine Zidane, Cristiano Ronaldo and Pele have all gushed over Gerrard. 

Not too shabby for a kid who grew up on Huyton's Bluebell Estate and pretended that the concrete slab outside his house was the Anfield pitch. When Gerrard was nine, a rusty garden fork got lodged in his big toe and a surgeon at Alder Hey wanted to amputate it to prevent the possibility of gangrene spreading. 

His father and Steve Heighway intervened, saving the digit on his foot and his career. Gerrard was given three weeks off school to recuperate. During that time, he indulged in a diet of Liverpool footage. "All my heroes were parading their skills on the screen: John Barnes, Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush," he detailed.

Now, he has surpassed those icons in Goal's countdown of the greatest 20 players in the club's history, by securing top spot.

"That's an amazing accolade. I'm slightly embarrassed, I'll admit, but also very flattered because Liverpool have no shortage of amazing players," he says. "You could do a list of 100 and still so many real good ones would miss out. Top talents have come through the doors of the club and I grew up idolising a big percentage of them so it's an honour to be named among the legends I grew up pretending I was. 

"I wouldn't be getting recognised for these kind of things without my team-mates, without all the backroom staff and medical teams I've worked with, without advice from the ex-players, without the encouragement from the fans from day one who constantly pushed me to achieve the things I did for Liverpool. This may be viewed as an individual sort of prize but, for me, it's a collective one.

"Growing up, my dad used to tell me so many stories of the great Liverpool sides and their players. He was forever showing me videos and educating me on the history of the club so, for me to now be part of it, that's something that can't be put into words. From the age of eight, I wanted to be the very best I could be for Liverpool. 

"I gave every ounce of myself and worked harder and harder to realise my goal. I wanted so badly to do well for Liverpool that everything I had in my mind and in my body, I put towards it. I didn't just live the dream, I forced it to come true."

Hughie McAuley, one of Gerrard's first coaches at the Liverpool Academy, noted how dominant the youngster was from his opening workout with the club. He walked in and immediately took charge. That was a trend throughout the former Reds captain's career: he bossed it on the big occasions and the dog-awful ones. He did not just shape games but the mentality of his team-mates too. Xabi Alonso explained how Liverpool felt that anything was possible under their ex-skipper, while Dirk Kuyt also referenced a belief in transforming defeats into triumphs with the help of Gerrard. 

Regardless of his starting position on the field - in the centre of the park, right midfield, on the other flank, as a full-back, in the support-striker role - he would often finish a game by dragging Liverpool into places they'd never have been if it weren't for him. 

Olympiacos at Anfield. AC Milan at the Ataturk. West Ham at the Millennium Stadium. There is a lengthy collection of opponents and arenas that witnessed Gerrard putting on his cape and pulling his side through. In 2001, there was the 30-yarder past Fabien Barthez to help Liverpool to secure their first home win against Manchester United since December 1995. Then we were treated to his Merseyside Derby hat-trick in 2012, which was the only one in the fixture since 1982, on his 400th appearance. The years rolled on and so did Gerrard's influence.

In the new millennium, the club became synonymous with 'Stevie G'. Both parties were tightly stitched together and a chunk of Liverpool supporters did not just watch Gerrard grow, they did so with him. From an awkward teenager into an indomitable force, he defined an era which desperately needed an anchoring hero.

"It would have been quite special to be part of Liverpool in the 70s and 80s when they had so many world-class players and were the best team not just domestically but in Europe as well," admitted Gerrard. "I had some fantastic players alongside me in my career, too, but there were times we struggled as well. My journey has been more up and down than some of the legends we've mentioned, but I wouldn't trade it. 

"When you pull on the Liverpool shirt, you have an obligation to represent the club to the best of your ability and do everything in your power to help your team win trophies and I always tried to fulfil that. I'm really proud of all the special memories I'll hold forever from the club and even the painful ones are worth it because they make the good ones feel that much better. The only one tiny regret, of course, is that I didn't win a championship."

The man who could conjure any sort of goal wishes he could produce another trick. It is absolutely clear, throughout this conversation and in the eight months since his last competitive game for the club, that Gerrard has a Liverpool-shaped hole in his life.

While he is enjoying his LA Galaxy experience, as well as the freedom to spend time with his family at locations like Disneyland and the Santa Monica pier, it is impossible for Gerrard to switch off a 26-year highlights reel.

Does he wish he could reverse time? "Every day. Every day," he speedily offers. "I wish I could play for Liverpool for 100 years. I wish I could wake up every day still being 25, still being captain of Liverpool and still leaving every inch of myself on the field for my boyhood club. The pressure that came with the responsibility wasn't something I didn't enjoy; I absolutely revelled in it at times.

"I loved it but it is a difficult team to play for with the expectation from millions of supporters worldwide who just want to see Liverpool back at the very top again, as I do. For me, the pressure and expectation was always maximised because I'm a fan myself and a local player so I knew exactly what every victory or defeat felt like beyond the dressing room. 

"While there are some days more than most when I wake up and just want to turn back the clock and start my Liverpool journey again, I know my time as a player [for them] is up. I've had some highs that I didn't think were possible and some cruel lows, too, but I'm dead proud of my time representing the club on the pitch."

Despite being a world apart from Merseyside, Gerrard still travels home and away with Liverpool by following every game. "It's hard watching the team from a distance without being able to influence results," he admits.

"It's similar to when you're at a club and you’re injured. You're stuck in the stands or at home and it kills you just watching your team-mates and not being able to help them at all. You feel the pain of the defeats and the frustration and you kick every ball and it's still sort of like that. So what I do now is just try to give as much support and encouragement as I can to the team. It doesn't matter how far away I am, I still get up to watch every game and back the boys. That won't change."

At the end of November, Gerrard returned to Melwood to stay in shape with the club during the MLS off-season. There were new players and, moreover, one of the game's most charismatic managers in Jurgen Klopp was now in charge. "It was strange. Every ex-player will echo this. When you leave a club and then you step back in, it's a weird feeling," he explains. 

"I was lucky that I had a manager and a set of players that I count as friends, really, who gave me a warm welcome so the transition was easy. I didn't want to say goodbye to the team and to the supporters and never look back. I always hoped the doors would be open for me and I'm grateful that they are because the club has been a huge part of my life and will continue to play a big part. It doesn't matter whether I go back and actually work for the club again or not, it will always have a special place in my heart."
 

Gerrard did not just use the training complex to stay fit, he studied Klopp's methods closely. "In a short space of time I took a lot away. Tactically, I tried to pick up what he wanted to get out of every player in the team," he says. "I tried to analyse what would be the qualities he wants to make a successful Jurgen Klopp team. I stuffed in as much as I could learn as possible. From just those two to three weeks training with the team and doing gym work at Melwood, I could clearly see his principles and how he wants the team to play in the future. 

"Watching the team, I can already see the aspects that are coming off from what we worked on in training but the whole picture will take time. We've got to be patient and give the manager a chance to bring his own players in and have a full pre-season with the team. It's always going to take six-to-12 months for everyone to get used to each other and his exact way of working. With just a little bit of patience, I'm sure he'll be a very successful manager for us and I wish him every bit of luck in the world."

Jotting down lessons from the personalities in the dugout is nothing new for Gerrard. "All the coaches I've worked with at Liverpool, I tried to log notes on their way of working, things I felt they did right or wrong, how they handled different situations. 

"For someone like me who wants to stay involved in the game when I retire, I think it's very important to keep that sort of information on the various approaches to management."

Gerrard admitted that 2016 could be his last year as a footballer but he still has not yet reached a definitive decision. "It obviously plays on my mind all the time," he says.

"I think it's up in the air to a certain extent. I do realise that I'm in my final chapter and there's not long to go. I think I'm just going to assess the situation as the season goes on. I'm contracted in the MLS until November/December and I'm going to see how the season feels and how my body goes. There may be one more challenge for me but I do realise that my time's running out so I just want to make the most of these months."

Liverpool have long stated their desire to have Gerrard serve the club again in future. If he does, it will be with every inch of himself as has always been the case.

Source: Goal

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Юрген Клопп сообщил, что Джо Аллен и Деян Ловрен пропустят предстоящую встречу против Астон Виллы.

Оба игрока получили травмы в первой половине матча с Сандерлендом на "Энфилде" и были заменены еще до перерыва. 

По словам главного тренера, повреждение Ловрена является не слишком серьезным, и центральный защитник может быть готов к матчу Лиги Европы против Аугсбурга. Восстановление Аллена займет более длительное время.

Положительным моментом стало то, что Стивен Колкер вновь доступен перед встречей на "Вилла Парк" после проблем со спиной; в то же время Мартин Шкртел, к сожалению, усугубил повреждение задней поверхности бедра на тренировке.

На предматчевой пресс-конференции главный тренер Ливерпуля сказал: "Джо выбыл на некоторый период. Он был на верном пути восстановления, и мы пытались контролировать то время, которое он проводил на поле".

"Он набрал хорошую форму, но получил небольшой удар в плечо, играя против Сандерленда, и я думаю, что это повлияло на работу его мышц. Виной всему не интенсивность, а, скорее, стечение обстоятельств".

"В идеальном мире вы проводите длительную предсезонную подготовку, затем играете без травм, и ничего не происходит. В данном случае имеет смысл немного подождать".

Клопп продолжил: "Ловрен не будет готов к Астон Вилле, но, надеюсь, мы сможем увидеть его в следующей игре. Это не серьезное повреждение, а небольшой дискомфорт в мышцах".

"Шкртел был в шаге от возвращения, но теперь ему также необходима отсрочка. У Стивена Колкера обнаружились проблемы со спиной перед игрой с Вест Хэмом. После матча он был еще в реабилитационном центре, но вчера уже тренировался, так что он доступен".

Атака Ливерпуля была значительно укреплена в середине недели после возвращения в строй Дэниела Старриджа, Филипе Коутиньо и Дивока Ориги. Коутиньо вышел в основном составе на "Аптон Парке", а Старридж и Ориги появились на поле по истечении часа игры и отыграли все 30 минут дополнительного времени.

Радуясь возможности прибегнуть к услугам этих футболистов, Клопп подчеркивает, что необходимо проявлять осторожность при постепенном введении их в состав.

Он сказал: "Конечно, это [их возвращение] очень важно для нас. Вы видели, в насколько сложной ситуации мы оказались. Несколько игроков были вынуждены провести много матчей – даже чересчур много - и в результате этого получили травмы".

"Совершенно нормально, что вы не возвращаетесь в своей лучшей форме и готовыми на сто процентов. Поэтому мы не можем тут же выпустить всех троих на поле и посмотреть, на сколько их хватит".

"Филипе, проведя на поле меньше остальных - всего лишь 55 минут против Вест Хэма - уже полноценно тренировался с командой, которая пропускала эту встречу. Но все они сейчас на правильном пути, и для нас это отличная новость".

На вопрос о Старридже, появившемся на поле впервые с 6 декабря и лишь в седьмой раз за сезон, Юрген Клопп ответил, что нападающий пока не гарантировал себе место в стартовом составе против Вилланов.

Босс добавил: "Он играл около 70 минут против Вест Хэма, так что ему пришлось восстанавливаться уже в процессе тренировок вместе с остальными футболистами, отыгравшими полный матч - так же, как и Дивоку Ориги".

"Насколько я знаю, он чувствует себя хорошо. Конечно, мы должны держать под контролем его игровое время, но за последнюю неделю он сделал большой шаг вперед".

"Все это замечательные новости, но пока еще я не принял окончательного решения по стартовому составу".

Если возвращаться к остальным травмированным игрокам, то Джордан Росситер продолжает восстанавливаться после повреждения задней поверхности бедра, а Кэмерон Брэннеган уже приступил к тренировкам.

Клопп сказал: "Джордан пока не тренируется с командой - ему нужно еще какое-то время. Что касается Кэмерона, то молодые ребята, такие как он и Педро [Чиривелла] иногда болеют, как дети". 

"Он был нездоров в течение недели, и когда я увидел его перед игрой с Вест Хэмом, мне показалось, что он потерял два или три килограмма - надеюсь, что не больше, потому как это было бы не очень хорошо".

"Теперь, я думаю, мы должны усиленно кормить его в течение нескольких дней, прежде чем он будет доступен".

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