Liverpool boss has selection headache ahead of Blues Cup clash

Liverpool boss has selection headache ahead of Blues Cup clash

Liverpool boss has selection headache ahead of Blues Cup clash

Liverpool will seek to maintain their ideal start to the 2018/19 season by beating Chelsea before they travel to London at the weekend to play the Blues in the Premier League with the aim to remain at the top of the league after winning six from six.

Klopp insists the Brazil worldwide still has a key role in his future plans but needs time to adjust to the Premier League and Liverpool's style of play. "One of them is how people judge cup competitions before you play them".

"If I see one player tomorrow have the feeling that it's "only the League Cup" then he will have a problem". It's only a matter of time before they win something. It's not about changing these players, we want their football personality.

Simon Mignolet will start his first game of the season against Chelsea when the Blues visit Anfield for an exciting Carabao Cup clash, Jürgen Klopp confirms.

Unfortunately, a reported injury to Ruben Loftus-Cheek will keep him out for Wednesday's game so Ethan Ampadu may get a chance to impress.

But it will be a good team, believe me!

"I have to make decisions and I will make decisions and it will be a really strong side".

"So that's it. They always need time". Xherdan Shaqiri was man of the match against Southampton, and Joel Matip was also very good.

Nevertheless, that hasn't been enough to displace the likes of James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum who are more than holding their own against new signings with impressive form.

Journalist David Maddock was keen to point out that Andrew Robertson barely played before December last season and has now risen to become a staple in the Liverpool first-team.

"We lost important players during the summer, so we had to replace them and we did".

The Liverpool manager has reportedly enlisted the help of a former world swimming champion to produce a recovery drink for his players. They have won the title already, 80% probably twice and they know how it works.

I hope Klopp finds a balance between his priorities and giving the two English cup competitions some respect this season because as we have seen in the past, he views these games as little more than practice matches to give young kids a chance.

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