Liverpool defender describes hard times under Jurgen Klopp
Ноя 11 2017 by Marjorie Miles
Having seen Milner steal his spot in the Liverpool starting XI, Moreno has also had to contend with the arrival of Scotland global Andy Robertson to provide further competition for places.
Alberto Moreno who has just earned a recall to the Spanish national team after a good start to the season, was tipped to leave Anfield earlier this year after managing only two league starts in 2016/17, with James Milner preferred at left-back.
Moreno has come back into favour this season, but the Spain global concedes that he has endured periods of frustration since Klopp inherited the reins at Anfield.
"It's the exact same situation for Andy Robertson", Klopp told the club's official website. People will say: 'Why do you do that [sign Robertson], because he is here and not playing?' Because he has to learn, but there is no problem.
"We are in conversation, talk about it and he has to improve". But now manager Jurgen Klopp has arranged a behind-closed-doors friendly for the club during the worldwide break, and the former Southampton man is expected to play. Alberto is like a little machine, he never shows when he is exhausted and stuff like this.
"If they have the quality they can win the fans back because we have no real idea about the games four or five weeks away". It's going well apart from maybe he is not happy he can not start so often as he would have thought from the beginning.
"But it's all about improvement and then to be ready for the moment you are used", he added.
Robertson was signed from Hull City in the summer, for £10m, but is yet to find a regular starting spot in Klopp's side.
"I did it, but the opportunity did not come".
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