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Club World Cup “News” Klopp defies coach’s scrimmes and swoops off his team – TOP STORIES

by: Adam Smith


Jurgen Klopp takes on Liverpool for the title in the final of the Club World Cup. His quarrel on the sidelines with his coaching colleague was the gree excitement in a little spectacular semi-final against CF Monterrey.

Jurgen Klopp goes wide and looked grimly at Antonio Mohamed. But the coach of CF Monterrey simply did not stop demanding a red card from the referee for Liverpool FC. Klopp will always w-tender, finally he will follow his adversary with a grimacing and gesture.

The coach’s scrit on the sidelines, who earned two protagonists a yellow card (75th), was perhaps even the great upset in the semi-finals of the Club World Cup in Qatar.

Champions League winner Liverpool beat the Mexican champions 2-1 (1-1) thanks to ex-Hoffenheimer Roberto Firmino’s last-minute goal. The Reds face top Brazilian club Flamengo Rio de Janeiro in the final on Saturday.

“I’m really ‘mountainous with the performance, because I’m going to be really tough and hard before the game,” said Klopp, who rates the final of the grander qualifiers with the opponent and the many hardships as ‘even more difficult’: “We’re now measuring strength and regenerating . I don’t say who’s going to be ready yet.’ The use of the ill defensive chiefVirgil van Dijk is still on going on.

Liverpool FC join Takumi Minamino

Takumi Minamino is not yet available. The 24-year-old Japanese will not move from Red Bull Salzburg to the Reds until January 1. Klopp calls the transfer of the nimble and dribble-heavy right-hander “fabulous” and “wonderful.”

Minamino in his playing facility Mohamed Salah, who becomes like a pop star at the Club World Cup in Qatar. “The attention to Mo Salah in the part of this world is massive,” said Klopp, who despite the great pressure his offensive star called a “sensational game.”

Salah himself was concerned about his health because of the constant surveillance by mostly two Mexicans. “They were very aggressive,” said the “gypter,” “we all watched on our legs.” In naby Keita’s 1-0 draw, Salah proved why he desperately wants to snare his fine f’t.

Jurgen Klopp praises Naby Keita

Klopp also praised enforcer Keita. The Frehere Leipziger finally hinted at why Liverpool will see him in the summer of 2018. Keita scored a “super goal” and a “super game,” Klopp said: “He’s a player who can score goals from midfield.” That was one of the very few weaknesses in the Liverpool game so far.

Monterrey coach Antonio Mohamed doesn’t seem to think so much of Liverpool. After the dispute with Klopp, the Argentine, nicknamed “El Turco” (The Turk), relented in a TV interview.

Joe Gomez is set to get a clear red card, “but maybe the Liverpool jersey weighs heavier and that’s not the Liverpool player sent off the pitch.” Klopp was in the process of making the comments about glock.