Liverpool boss Klopp makes a huge admission about Philippe Coutinho

Frederick Owens
September 13, 2017

"I am confident the players in my squad are very courageous and honest with lots of character and personality".

"Surely there will be a way back for him as long as he gets his head down and wants to play and get back in the side".

"I think it's going to be a very complicated game for both teams, they are the strongest sides in the group", Iborra told Onda Cero. "Of course, we can't neglect the performance after that, but we have another game in midweek when we can prove ourselves".

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will also be an option to replace Mane and the attacking strength in depth Klopp now has at his disposal should ensure the absence of his most potent attacking threat is not fatal to his side's hopes.

"There will be a response on Wednesday night for sure", he added. But I think he'll be on the bench for this.

Liverpool have won two of their opening four Premier League games to leave the Reds in seventh place in the table.

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After avoiding Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain, Liverpool have to be delighted to end up with Sevilla, Maribor and Spartak Moscow.

"We know they are a squad of top players".

Sevilla's 3-1 triumph in the 2016 Europa League final was a desperately disappointing outcome for Klopp's men, who led at half-time through Daniel Sturridge's fine strike before capitulating after the interval.

"He's more likely targeting the League Cup against Leicester for a start".

The former Anfield striker predicted that manager Jurgen Klopp will stick with the same front three of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane who started Saturday's 5-0 defeat at Manchester City. I try to give them all of my power, if you want. Liverpool however ended up insisting that they will not sell the player and went on to reject numerous offers from the Catalan giants.

"That's probably a good thing, the game comes early and we can put things right, change it again".

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