Jurgen Klopp admitted Burnley were “crazy” after confirming he was in transfer talks with Liverpool as manager.

After watching Burnley beat Burnley at Turf Moor, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admitted the Reds made Boxing Day more difficult than it needed to be. It would have been “crazy” for Vincent Kompany’s men to equalise, but only Jota’s late goal ensured safety despite Liverpool’s superiority. “Sometimes I try to figure out Liverpool’s way and they seem to throw obstacles in our way!” Klopp had this to say on Amazon Prime Video after the game: “I can’t believe it. We played a great game and the score was 1-0. But that’s it. He could have scored. It’s true, but it’s crazy at the same time!”

In the most critical situation of the game, I made it 2-0 to Diogo (Jota). This is a great goal. It is not the first time that Diogo scores such a goal. By the way, Virgil van Dijk is a very good player in the game, but Wataru Endo was very great in the game he played! We’ve created a lot of opportunities lately, but we haven’t done much.”It doesn’t take much time to play four games in 10 days. There are 5 days left until the game and I feel like I have to go on vacation. I told the boys that if we win they will have two days off. “I saw two vacation days between my fingers!”

“We are still discussing it. It is an important stage for young players like Mal (Boateng). They play regular football. They will also progress and play in prestigious leagues and win titles. They play against very good teams, in good stadiums, against good players.“There is also the TV exposure, which is a big plus for the team. All are blooming. They have good relations with all their parent clubs. We are in constant discussions with them to make sure they are taking care of their athletes and more.

In Owen’s case, I sent him to the gym to develop him physically. That’s another factor and you have to do everything you can to attract players of that level. Otherwise it would not have been sent. So far it’s been a success for Dundee FC and we’re really excited about it. It’s something we don’t care about.“You have to make sure you are committed to your parent club and keep your promises.

Fortunately, we have done this and hopefully we will be able to see our players progress. “It’s good for us, but it’s also good for our parent club.”Kostas Tsimikas is believed to have suffered a spinal injury as Docherty made the comments. Andy Robertson is set to be out for another few weeks as he has not yet been cleared to return to first team training.

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