Jurgen Klopp says he took advice from Liverpool’s medical and sports science staff before deciding to leave Brazilian duo Coutinho and Firmino on the bench against Everton.
Asked if it would have been a risk to play them against the Blues, Klopp said: “It is one bit of information but that would sound like an excuse. I don’t need an excuse.
I do not want to even deliver that. I make the decisions - you should know that after two years.
I want to win the game 100%, but on the other side I work with human beings and I see them every day. I know if they have a sore throat, a knee problem or whatever. Then you have 11 others who for me are top quality and are ready to go.
I am always advised. I have 500,000 pieces of information and in the end I have to make a decision. I can not write a book before each game.
Roberto and Phil could have played. Nobody told me to leave them out. Emre Can and Gini Wijnaldum as well, but nobody missed them..... I really find it funny that we talk after this game about that. We did not speak after the 5-1 (win at Brighton) or the 3-0 (win at Stoke) when others didn’t play.
You are not really interested because in the moment when it works well it is really good, but the moment it doesn’t work perfectly you ask questions. This is one game we should have won and they did not play. If we played it another 10 times we’d win.
We have injuries in the centre half position so we have to more or less play the same there all the time.
We have a lot of little informations after a game and sometimes that leads to a decision that sometimes you should not go with the risk of this player or that player. Sometimes you have to ignore it. Then the player has to go through because there is no other option. That’s how it is. We have to make these decisions.” Coutinho, Firmino, Can and Wijnaldum are all expected to return to the starting line up for Wednesday night’s Premier League clash with West Brom at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp has vowed to tread carefully with Mohamed Salah after Liverpool’s 19-goal top scorer suffered an injury scare.
The Reds boss was criticised for taking Salah off during Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Everton but Klopp has revealed that the Egypt winger had an issue with his hamstring.
"I took Mo Salah off because he had a hamstring a little bit.
Then everyone said ‘how can you take him off?’ and stuff like this. I don’t go out and say ‘yeah, but he is close to being injured.’ He is not at the moment, thank God. Hopefully we took him off early enough."
Asked if Salah would need to be given a breather, Klopp answered sarcastically: “No, with him he plays all the games..... Come on!”
Mohamed Salah is keen for Liverpool to quickly consign the disappointment of dropping points in the Merseyside derby to the past by collecting three points against West Bromwich.
"All of us were disappointed after that game but that was the result and we have to carry on.
The next game is an important game for us at home, we have to get the three points and look forward.
The atmosphere is unbelievable, the supporters are behind us every game and we feel like we have someone pushing us every minute.
It's a good feeling, all the players feel it, so we have to carry on and concentrate on winning the game."
In scoring against Everton, Salah equalled his career-best tally of 19 goals in a season with just 24 games of the current campaign gone.
But he remains coy on any potential personal targets for the end of 2016-17.
He explained: "I will say at the end of the season but now I'm quiet and I keep it for myself! We'll see at the end of the season."
Danny Ings desperate to play a part for Liverpool over the Christmas period but may be loaned out if he can't force his way into Klopp's plans, according to the Echo. Ings has already been courted by a number of Premier League clubs, including West Ham and Newcastle, who are willing to offer him the regular first-team football he craves.But Ings firmly believes he can get back to the level he was at before his world came crashing down in October 2015.
Yesterday on Danny Ings, Jurgen Klopp said: "Danny is fit but the situation is like it is, the other strikers are good as well and in very good shape.
That makes it obviously a little bit difficult for Danny but he is fit, he is in good shape, as you can see in the U23s.
He takes the situation like it is, he wants to have minutes, he's always asking. It makes much more sense for him to play 90 minutes in the U23s than to get a few minutes [for the first team] but this week it was possible.
I'm sure it was nice for him, I'm pretty sure he scored his last goal in the Premier League against Everton before I came in.
Now he played against Everton again, I thought it would be a good idea to involve him.
He's in a very, very good way, everything injury-wise is perfect, no issues anymore.
That's the most important thing for him because he is still a young boy and there's a lot to come for him."
Jurgen Klopp has suggested that Liverpool will not budge on their contract offer to Emre Can despite the German midfielder now being just three weeks away from being able to sign a pre-contract with another club.
Asked about whether the club planned more talks with Can, Klopp said: “Whatever I could say about that is not for the press conference, we spoke about that already a lot of times.
And I said that he can sign but the only difference from January is that he can also sign for another club, that’s all.
For us there is no difference. As long as we don’t get the information that he’s signed for another club. there’s nothing to say about it.
And I speak a lot to Emre, like other players too, but it’s pretty rare that I speak to him about the contract situation because I've gave already all the information that we can give.
That’s it. "
Jurgen Klopp reveals Mohamed Salah's Liverpool injury scare:
“I took Mo Salah off because he had a hamstring a little bit, Then everyone said ‘how can you take him off?’ and stuff like this. I don’t go out and say ‘yeah, but he is close to being injured. He is not at the moment, thank God. Hopefully we took him off early enough.”
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