Wolves vs Liverpool, FA Cup third round

Yolanda Curtis
January 8, 2019

"But what we will do with him now for the game, I don't know", said Klopp.

Virgil van Dijk is not the only composed Dutch defender turning heads at Anfield this season, with Ki-Jana Hoever amid a rapid rise through the youth ranks, culminating in him coming off the bench in Liverpool's FA Cup clash with Wolves, becoming the the youngest player ever to play for Liverpool FA Cup, and their third youngest ever.

With Joe Gomez and Joel Matip remaining sidelined with injuries, Virgil van Dijk and Dejan Lovren are the only two senior centre-backs in his squad now available for selection.

The wristwatches were said to have been engraved with "Centurions 2018" - following their remarkable record breaking 2017/18 Premier League success, as they won the title with 100 points. I'm just happy it didn't go over the line!

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Taking about the hurtful loss, Alexander-Arnold said: "Every defeat hurts, but losing to City is really hard because we've been on such a long unbeaten run".

"But could he be a bit more confident in the games? Yes". Liverpool are still in the pole position for the title and they need to make sure that this does not hinder their challenge again.

'We will see what we do, but we can not, we will not sign a centre-half for one game or whatever, that will not happen. This means there is less pressure on Klopp to rotate the side heavily.

"Curtis is another good example, he's just a fantastic player".

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United States worldwide Pulisic will return to Dortmund on loan before completing his move to Chelsea in the close-season. I have to try to improve my players, my team, my offensive phase, or better my offensive phase in the last 20 metres.

He was born in 2002, the same year captain James Milner made his professional debut and Liverpool fans were supportive of the man who had come on for his debut. But everybody saw it how brilliant he played in the first part [of the season].

Liverpool are likely to make several changes to the side that started Thursday's defeat by Manchester City. Joe and Joel look good - obviously not good enough for Monday, not good enough I would say for the game after that, for Brighton, [but] hopefully then they are at least in full team training'.

He added: "There is really no doubt about the boy, he is an outstanding player". But he has trained with us, he still does that and he is a joy to watch.

"He is in the best moment since I've known him as a person and will have a big part of our season".

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