Jurgen Klopp has discovered that he will be fined £8,000 and warned about his future conduct after his reaction to Liverpool's incredible late victor in the Merseyside derby on Sunday. "I was aware that I needed to have the patience to wait for my moment, but I'm happy at Liverpool - there's no reason for me to leave".
I can't see anything but a Liverpool win here.
"Last weekend wasn't good enough". I didn't want to run to Ali (goalkeeper Alisson), I couldn't stop obviously. I know of the results of Burnley, but when you make the analysis it is how it is - the situation of Burnley, I think everybody knew before the season it was a big challenge for them with the Europa League qualification. Past year it was January 1 and for me, after the season, it was maybe the game of the season because we won it with a late goal.
There were spells out there today where liverpool looked frankly ordinary.
Looking forward to the Newcastle game. Also, the stoicism and balance of the admirable Tony Abrahams on other threads sends me off to bed feeling much better. That is the positive we have to take. To see players - and in this case managers - behave with such unbridled exuberance can never be a bad thing and only serves to remind fans that the people they pay to see perform can be just as passionate as they are. It's not the first time we have been there. We have always had a bit of class as a football club, their manager at the end, showed us all that he & his club know fuck all of the word "class". They are just an outstanding side and it was a hard game today.
Liverpool have kept a clean sheet in six of their last seven wins in all competitions and the 10/11 (1.91) quote from bet365 for Klopp's men to win without conceding could represent real value for punters. "We've had disappointments before and pushed them aside quickly, and we've got to do that again".
Cruel, but I do hope that Silva will start Lookman over Walcott. If we keep playing like that and keep enjoying our football then we will get a win soon.