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newsfootballa year ago

Makes no sense to leave Liverpool when I’m at best club in world, claims Loris Karius

Former Besiktas star Loris Karius has proclaimed that he has no plans to leave Liverpool in the near future especially since any club he signs for will be worse off than the Reds. The German international spent the last two years on loan with Besiktas but struggled to prove himself in Turkey.
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newsfootballa year ago

Have contract until 2022 but unsure about my future at Liverpool, admits Loris Karius

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has confessed that he’s unsure about his future at Anfield especially with the COVID-19 pandemic causing more problems. The German international was supposed to be the answer for Liverpool but the arrival of Alisson Becker saw Karius leave on loan for Besiktas.
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reportfootball5 years ago

EFL Cup semifinal | Southampton beat Liverpool to take advantage into second leg

A first-half Nathan Redmond goal at St. Marys, was enough to give Southampton a slight advantage in the semi-final of the EFL Cup yesterday. Liverpool can count themselves lucky to still be in the tie after a brilliant all round performance by the Redmond-inspired team.
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featurefootball5 years ago

Report Card: How the Liverpool newcomers have fared so far

Jurgen Klopp reconstructed his squad last summer as he added seven players to his squad. The new arrival meant that the reds sold twelve and loaned out a further twelve more as they the German manager got ready to shape the ew Liverpool team in his image.
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newsfootball5 years ago

No European football is an advantage for Liverpool, admits Jurgen Klopp

Jurgen Klopp has admitted that Liverpool gained more time to train after failing to qualify for the Europa League this season. Klopp also backed his decision to bench Loris Karius in the club’s 3-0 win over Middlesbrough on Wednesday, saying he is not bothered by critics.
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newsfootball5 years ago

Jurgen Klopp congratulates Bournemouth after Liverpool's horror show

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has felt that his side handed Bournemouth their dramatic 4-3 win on Sunday by making all the wrong decisions in the final quarter of the game. The German also backed goalkeeper Loris Karius saying that it was not easy for him to keep out Nathan Ake's winning goal.
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