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2 hours ago, El Rojo said:

“[He is] not available,” said Jürgen Klopp at his pre-match press conference.

“It’s a muscle thing and we don’t know exactly how long it will take. But he’s not available.”

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8 hours ago, TheHowieLama said:

Where are we at in this campaign?

I genuinely believe we will sell him next summer. I don’t think he’s built for the PL, like many before him.

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9 minutes ago, viRdjil said:

I genuinely believe we will sell him next summer. I don’t think he’s built for the PL, like many before him.

I agree. He's just not settled in the team and his constant niggling injuries have prevented him establishing any sort of improvement in form.

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16 minutes ago, viRdjil said:

I genuinely believe we will sell him next summer. I don’t think he’s built for the PL, like many before him.

All the niggly injuries have seemed to come along always at the wrong time, primarily when he was having to settle in and learn the way we play then, when he was finally showing good signs at the back end of last year he got that groin (I think) injury that ended his season then it seems that fucking Guinea applied massive pressure on him to play at AFCON, then most likely as a result of that he broke down again in pre-season.

 

Hindsight is a wonderful thing and I know it can't be an easy decision to tell your country you can't/shouldn't play in a major tournament but I bet he wishes he'd told them where to go and have the summer off to properly recuperate.

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, Wicket said:

All the niggly injuries have seemed to come along always at the wrong time, primarily when he was having to settle in and learn the way we play then, when he was finally showing good signs at the back end of last year he got that groin (I think) injury that ended his season then it seems that fucking Guinea applied massive pressure on him to play at AFCON, then most likely as a result of that he broke down again in pre-season.

 

Hindsight is a wonderful thing and I know it can't be an easy decision to tell your country you can't/shouldn't play in a major tournament but I bet he wishes he'd told them where to go and have the summer off to properly recuperate.

 

 

 

he may feel it's more important that he represents his country.  I wouldn't knock him for that.  

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34 minutes ago, stringvest said:

Others may feel it's more important that he represents his country.  I wouldn't knock them for that.  

Fixed. Agree with the first part and disagree with the second.

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1 minute ago, TheRedMachine said:

He'll be fine and be boss. A cracking little player in there. No need to rush him back and he's young. No dramas.

I agree. Klopp is not one to get his shorts in a twist over short term problems with players,he tends to think longer term. Look at big Divvy Origi.

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6 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

He will probably play against MK dons. Don't think klopp will play him against Chelsea.

He has yet to make the bench - don't think he is ready to play 90 minutes, even in a couple more weeks.

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He will be a real weapon for us when he’s fit and firing. The type of player that can genuinely improve us, which is a frightening prospect for opposing teams. 

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