Jurgen Klopp injury before World Cup: Everyone is ‘guilty’

Liverpool Coach Jurgen Klopp has said the football world is “to blame” for the number of players who missed the World Cup due to injury.

Some famous players include Paul Pogba, N’Golo Kante, Diogo Jota and Timo Werner was ruled out of the tournament due to injury, with the tournament kicking off in Qatar on 20 November.

Stream on ESPN+: LaLiga, Bundesliga, MLS, more (US)

Premier League stars Son Heung-Min, Reece James, Kyle Walker and Ben Chilwell There is also the risk of missing the World Cup later this month and Klopp has given the tournament’s schedule and said injury is bound to happen.

“I hate this topic. These issues were so obvious and no one mentioned it once until 3-4 weeks before the World Cup,” he said at a press conference on Friday.

“This particular problem where players get injured for a season and can’t play in the World Cup is not new. After a long season, it happens everywhere in the world but now, they are. I started the World Cup a week after the last game [league] game.

“No one cares about us and how we deal with it. Should I ask the players first Southampton and the game Derby: ‘Really, do you want to play?’

“We’re all at fault for letting it happen in the first place and now we’ve got the situation and have to deal with it. For the players who got injured and couldn’t play. [the World Cup] is a disaster but how can we change that? “

Klopp also heaps praise on the summer signing Darwin Nunez who scored in Liverpool’s 2-0 win in the Champions League Naples midweek, bringing his tally to five in his last seven games in all competitions.

“Big steps, big steps, boy is an incredible package,” added Klopp. “He’s a real threat in the finishing area, involving a lot of things.

“He’s always an option to pass, pass. He’s on the pitch [against Napoli]didn’t play for too long but was involved in both goals, big strides. “

– Notebook: Liverpool leads Madrid in race to sign Bellingham
FIFA World Cup 2022: Fixtures, teams and how to watch

Victory over Napoli eased the pressure on Klopp after two consecutive defeats in the Premier League threatened with relegation Forest of Nottingham and Leeds United.

Liverpool will look to bounce back from those setbacks as his team travel Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

“It was a great game for us. We know Tottenham are well organised, defensively high and counter-attacked strong. We have seen their attacking prowess in the last two games when they have to chase. Spurs are in a good moment,” added Klopp.

“After Leeds, I couldn’t have felt worse, but then you beat a team in terms of form and that gets you up. That’s normal. We’ll try to make sure we’re there. will feel like we did after Napoli.”

Veteran midfielder James Milner was not present after suffering a head injury against Napoli but Jordan Henderson is set to return after a minor injury.

Liverpool, who finished second last season, have 16 points from 12 games, eight points ahead of last place in Champions League qualifying.

Information from Reuters was included in this report.


News of max: Update the world's latest breaking news online of the day, breaking news, politics, society today, international mainstream news .Updated news 24/7: Entertainment, the World everyday world. Hot news, images, video clips that are updated quickly and reliably

Related Articles

Back to top button