Liverpool vs Tottenham: Jurgen Klopp reveals why he benched Jordan Henderson

Sherman Parsons
September 15, 2018

Both have scored two each this season and will be looking to add to that tally when they go head-to-head at Wembley on Saturday lunchtime. They have very good players and a great manager.

"It is only the job to do sometimes because we have players that work together that much longer".

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wanted two other players before signing Mohamed Salah and Georginio Wijnaldum, according to journalist Kristian Walsh. They are different in the way that they play and how they act on the pitch. After a big win over Manchester United, Tottenham's latest result was a 2-1 loss to Watford.

Gary Neville has responded to Jurgen Klopp's criticism of him following Neville's discussion over whether or not the Reds could win the league as the ongoing rivalry between Sky pundit and Premier League manager rages on. We don't play CL or what?

"I don't like the situation; it's not that I like to say to Fabinho, who is full of energy and desire and wants to be involved, "you are not involved this weekend".

"That's good, they had a normal break and then started pre-season with us, so they were the most stable players in the squad and that's why we used them".

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Redknapp did go on to say that the Reds would be the "last team" the Lilywhites would want to face at home due to their ability to hit teams on the break with extreme pace.

Tottenham have received criticism in recent weeks, but Van Dijk's comments should at least lift their morale, and make the Spurs fans feel proud of their team.

Dave Maddock has revealed that the Brazilian will be restored to Liverpool's squad after a "frantic transatlantic dash" delivered Fabinho, Roberto Firmino and Alisson back to England in time to train for the Spurs clash. Because you need to be consistent.

"Football changed a lot in the last 30 years, shirts got tighter and the game got quicker, so you can't compare the teams, really".

"It's not one week and another week". When you are 25 points behind, it is not competing.

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