Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hits out at 'bulls***' criticism

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hits out at 'bulls***' criticism

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hits out at 'bulls***' criticism

Captain Henderson will sit out Sunday's clash with Everton at Anfield after his dismissal in the closing stages of the win at Watford last time out in the Premier League.

With the England worldwide missing, Klopp could turn to one of Fabinho, Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri - three players who are yet to experience a derby since arriving at the club - to fill the void. "Ask the FA [the Football Association]?" I like it a lot. "I don't think Everton will have a go at Liverpool, but if they defend for 95 minutes they're not going to keep a clean sheet". We have to prove it.

"I used to play for Roma and they had a derby there but here, it is something different".

He needs a double to break Liverpool's record for most goals scored in a player's first 50 league games for the club, but such landmarks are secondary to his desire to add titles to his CV. A week later they play us and they are thinking, "Right, let's try".

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Can we go there now and bring Harry Kane? Can we go there and bring the guys here? No. "So, who is more powerful now". There was no place for Anthony Martial despite him being widely regarded as United's best player this season.

"We've conceded five goals and you talk about our midfield is "over-run"?"

The Reds have made their best-ever start to a Premier League season and are still unbeaten after 13 games, but find their Champions League hopes hanging by a thread following defeat to Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday. "Sorry, I didn't see that", Klopp responded. The worst tackle of the game came through Marco Verratti on Joe Gomez but the midfielder was lucky to escape with just a caution.

"In Paris, I was not happy with the start. You saw the line-up, the situation and it was clear, really on a plate", he said.

"Obviously we've got a big game on Sunday and I'm sure we'll all be focused on it, and the fans will be focused on it, but the van will be there, the help will be there, and if everyone can bring something small it can make a big difference".

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