Jurgen Klopp Welcomes 'Difficult Choices' At Liverpool
Sep 29 2016 by Marjorie Miles
The Merseysiders play a pressing game under Jurgen Klopp whereby they are on the front foot from the word go, and the Belgium stopper is eyeing a repeat of that positive approach against the Tigers. "Adam, Hendo and Gini have played well together and you can see by the results and the good football - I saw it as well myself as I play with them in the team and I was very happy for them".
"We spoke about our transfer window last summer, it was quite busy and I don't want to have this busy transfer windows".
"Do we say, "Okay, Loris had the game against Derby".
"I would like to see everybody go with the right expectation for this game and not be disappointed if we miss a chance after 10 minutes". We need to be angry against Hull - they want our points.
The Serbian midfielder made his first competitive start of the Merseyside club on Tuesday night as Jurgen Klopp's side eased to a comfortable 3-0 victory over Derby County in the League Cup third round. "We have to think about it in a positive way".
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The German in his pre-match conference on Thursday tasked his side to create more scoring opportunities in the game to improve their chances of beating a defensive Hull side in front of their home fans. We have two very strong goalkeepers and we think about how they can perform and how their specific skills can help the team.
"Hull have allowed more shots per game - an average of nearly 22 - than any other Premier League team this season, and I think their backline is going to be busy again at Anfield", he said. "We didn't care about the opponent before we played Arsenal, Chelsea or Tottenham, it's not about the name in our preparations".
The first comes between the sticks as David Marshall replaces Eldin Jakupovic for his first Premier League start of the season. "I'm not sure Hull will do this". "I think it's important because sometimes the win is a situation where there isn't a solid base".