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  1. This line up is doing the rounds on twatter... Not saying I believe it for a minute but thought would share it. Kelleher Gomez Quansah VVD Tsimikas Endo Gravenberch Gakpo Koumas Gordon Danns
  2. All the official updates from club today are in posts above - no timescales mentioned.
  3. Not sure this adds anything new but has been put up on club site... NEWS Liverpool's injury list, suspensions and availability Read the latest information on injuries, suspensions and availability in the Liverpool men's squad. Last updated on February 20 Injuries Thiago Alcantara Thiago sustained a muscle injury as he made his first appearance of 2023-24 as a substitute in the defeat at Arsenal on February 4. He subsequently missed the win over Burnley on February 10 and will also be absent for the match at Brentford on February 17. Jürgen Klopp on February 9: "Thiago, obviously, is not cool. Everything looked absolutely fantastic in training. We showed quite a lot of things, I think, on LFCTV so you can see the training moments and it looks outstanding so you think, 'Come on, take him, we have the opportunity, let him play a few minutes' and then… "It's a muscle issue, we don't know the extent yet. We have to wait there a little bit, but it's not cool, of course. It was really not good news for him, for us, for everybody. On top of losing the game already and having that is not good. "Yes [I expect him to play again this season], but we didn't really think about that, in the moment we just treat the injury and get a full assessment done and knowing exactly where it came from. It's not the intensity and stuff like this, so there are different things. "It's just the normal procedure and it would not be a big story if he wouldn't have been out for that long a time. That's how it is. It's not a big, big injury, definitely not, but it's obviously something nobody needed." Trent Alexander-Arnold and Dominik Szoboszlai Klopp provided an update on the duo in the build-up to Liverpool's Premier League fixture with Luton Town at Anfield. Klopp on February 20: "All the little bit longer-term like Trent and Dom, they are on their way back but not in team training yet, so that means they are not available as well." Stefan Bajcetic Bajcetic has missed the majority of the current season due to a fitness issue. Pepijn Lijnders on January 9: "[Bajcetic] will not be ready for the end of this month. It will probably be going into the next month to train with us. But [with] no complications, progressing." Alisson Becker The goalkeeper is out with a muscle injury he picked up in training. Klopp on February 20: "So, not available is obviously Ali, that's a muscle injury where we don't know exactly how long it takes but definitely not for foreseeable time coming back." Ben Doak The young forward is on the sidelines after suffering a knee injury while representing the Reds' U21s. Lijnders on December 19: "That's not a good one. He teared his lateral meniscus, which needs surgery. That one will take [a] longer time. He is young, he is a fit guy, he is a positive guy so for sure he will come back stronger, and we need him to come back with the same fire he has with the ball, how he was. He can take time and we will wait for him." Curtis Jones The midfielder has been ruled out of the clash with Luton with the injury he suffered in the win away at Brentford. Klopp on February 20: "Curtis, with a bone ligament issue, ruled out." Diogo Jota Jota is facing a spell on the sidelines as a result of the knee issue he picked up against Brentford. Klopp on February 20: "Then we have Diogo with a knee issue, is ruled out. "With Diogo, it will obviously take rather months. It's with the injuries as well, so like you have important days. So, day five, day 10, they are always important days when you then judge the situation again because nobody reacts in the same way and it depends on the pain level they still have and stuff like this. "I couldn't give you a timeframe even if I wanted to, so that's just how it is. When you don't have these players available, it makes no sense as well to say, 'OK, they will not be in before...'" Joel Matip The centre-back sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury during a challenge in the second half of Liverpool's win over Fulham on December 3. Matip subsequently underwent a successful operation and will continue his rehabilitation at the AXA Training Centre, with no timescale placed on his recovery. Darwin Nunez Nunez will be assessed after being withdrawn at half-time against Brentford. Klopp on February 17: "Darwin, we took off because he felt really a little but that was obviously today enough to immediately push the brake and that's what we did, so we took him off and brought Cody [Gakpo] on and that worked out really well."
  4. As good a place as any to put this... https://www.theguardian.com/money/2024/feb/20/notting-hill-residents-capital-gains-exceed-people-of-three-cities-combined
  5. Bottom line is it is clearly still mostly up in air...we are only a short number of days removed from when injuries happened - we are in a busy period of games and travel etc - probably just need to get this week done and then they'll know more have better ideas of timescales etc....
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  7. It would be absolutely amazing if we were able to ride out these injuries and win the league - an incredible effort, truly incredible and one to be dead fucking proud of.
  8. Jürgen Klopp has provided a further update on the injuries Curtis Jones and Diogo Jota suffered at Brentford on the weekend. The pair were forced off in the first half of Liverpool's 4-1 win at Gtech Community Stadium and have been ruled out of Wednesday night's meeting with Luton Town. Trent Alexander-Arnold, Alisson Becker and Dominik Szoboszlai will also remain sidelined for the Anfield fixture with Rob Edwards' side in the Premier League. Speaking about the injury situation during his pre-match press conference on Tuesday, Klopp said: "Not great, definitely not. I would like to sit here and say we have absolutely no issues but obviously we have some. "So, not available is obviously Ali, that's a muscle injury where we don't know exactly how long it takes but definitely not for foreseeable time coming back. "Then we have Diogo with a knee issue, is ruled out. Curtis, with a bone ligament issue, ruled out. "And then we have the others where we will deal with it day by day with muscle things. We will see for tomorrow, you see the line-up early enough and then you can see who made it and who didn't make it. That's it pretty much. "All the little bit longer-term like Trent and Dom, they are on their way back but not in team training yet, so that means they are not available as well. That's the situation, let me say it like that. "What I said after the game, as long as we have 11 players, we will go for it, and that's exactly the idea. It takes with the boys day by day and with the games definitely game by game. "Tomorrow night is an incredibly important game for us against a really good side. I'm not sure you will ask about Luton, so that's why I start talking about them because the job Rob is doing there is insane. "I'm not sure it's really respected enough that a team with the amount of points they had in the beginning of the season making such a footballing development, I'm not sure I saw that before. "When you saw the Man United game, it was an incredible game of Luton. Yes, they lost it, but it was an incredible game. They increased possession periods during the season in a really crazy way. Good players, obviously top, top coached and that will be a tough one. "So, we need Anfield. We need Anfield 100 per cent – it must be a European night in England for that." Asked about timeframes for the injuries, the Reds boss responded: "With Diogo, it will obviously take rather months. "It's with the injuries as well, so like you have important days. So, day five, day 10, they are always important days when you then judge the situation again because nobody reacts in the same way and it depends on the pain level they still have and stuff like this. "I couldn't give you a timeframe even if I wanted to, so that's just how it is. When you don't have these players available, it makes no sense as well to say, 'OK, they will not be in before...' "How I said, they all react different to different issues and that's what we want to take this time."
  9. Based on what? Klopp said this: Klopp added: "With Diogo it will obviously rather take months (not weeks)"
  10. "Others - we think we will deal with it day by day" Reckon he falls into that....looks to me as if there is just so many that Klopp is a touch overwhelmed with it and it is all still very much up in the air with players....
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