Jurgen Klopp Explains Row With Sadio Mane At Full Time

Jurgen Klopp Explains Row With Sadio Mane At Full Time

Their last two outings have seen them lead twice at Brighton only to draw 2-2 and then go from 1-0 up to losing 2-1 at Crystal Palace on Saturday. That means if you involve players, you have to leave a few others out and that's what we did. "I really don't think we are too away from establishing ourselves in the top half of the league".

'We feel on a good way. Chelsea are an unbelievably hard team to play, we played them in a completely different manner.

"We need to get closer and closer and closer until you are as close so you can get there, and that's the plan". We take a look at the merits of letting five of the current squad go.

"This is now a really decisive period of the season".

"We don't do it like "oh sit down again".you have seven minutes overtime then", he added.

"There seems to have been negativity since the start of the season really, and we can only dissipate that by winning games". My feeling is we are.

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Liverpool's front three will come up against a back three at the bet365 Stadium.

Liverpool attacker Sadio Mane has insisted that there is no row between himself and manager Jurgen Klopp.

But rather than resort to what he hinted would be unfair tactics to get over the line, Klopp has stated that he always wants his player to behave like "proper sportsmen" and win in the right way. "That was not the reason for the team (against Chelsea)".

"For the last one, maybe we thought against Chelsea maybe he needs a rest or whatever - [but] it was that we needed fresh legs against Chelsea and that's what we wanted to have. It is not completely unlikely that they will start", the German said.

Klopp also confirmed that midfielder Emre Can is fit to return to his squad for the Stoke game, but Dejan Lovren remains an injury doubt after missing the Chelsea game at the weekend.