It's no secret that a lot of Liverpool fans despise the worldwide break - as many top-tier football fans should - but fortunately, no players have returned with new injure. Liverpool are well organised and incredible with the ball. Pep Guardioala has assembled talented players but they have been far from convincing so far.
Ian Beach and Brian Kerr will be in the commentary box for us at Goodison Park and we'll have reporters at all the other games with Arsenal, Chelsea and league leaders Manchester United all in action tomorrow. Jurgen manages good teams with a lot of intensity. Following a disappointing draw against Watford, they bounced back with consecutive wins against Crystal Palace and Arsenal. It is not the first time and it won't be the last time in history when similar things will happen.
John Stones also comes into the team in place of the injured Vincent Kompany, while Kyle Walker is back from a ban to replace Bernardo Silva in the right wing-back role. They have a lot of quality and are so unsafe. I have decided not to include him.
"He made a huge effort". We have seven games in the next three weeks, so there will not be time to train.
The centre-back, who has a long history of calf injuries, sustained the problem after completing the 90 minutes of Belgium's hammering of minnows Gibraltar in World Cup qualifying in Brussels last week.
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However, with the transfer window now closed, we can only watch on from afar to see how the player performs for his club now, after the temptation of a move to Barcelona was dangled in front of him.
"It was not the most easy time, but that is the transfer window".
"He is 22 years old".
In attack, City also did not manage to acquire Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez, following the Gunners' failure to sign his replacement in Monaco's Thomas Lemar.
Klopp expressed his delight at having finally completed the move but said he would have preferred to have signed the Guinea global for 2017-18, per Doyle: "I have lots of contacts in Germany, and I've never had so many congratulations than after we signed him".