Jurgen Klopp addressed the team's bad luck and outlined potential solutions

"We all know we need luck in these moments to get through."- Klopp said.

by Sead Dedovic
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Jurgen Klopp addressed the team's bad luck and outlined potential solutions
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Liverpool's Kostas Tsimikas sustained a broken collarbone in the match vs Arsenal. Jurgen Klopp is now in huge trouble. Klopp is worried about the current situation within the team, considering the large number of injuries. The German coach revealed what plans he currently has regarding the position of left back. Klopp will have to experiment since there are not many solutions in that position.

"It is for us obviously really tough, it's really tough. You have injuries sometimes and we accept all of them, but a broken collarbone is really bad because it just takes (so) long," Klopp said, as quoted by irishexaminer.com!

"Same what Robbo (Robertson) had, a different injury but that takes long as well, how we all know.

We all know we need luck in these moments to get through and now we will have Joey (Gomez) there and just have to make sure we put him in cotton wool and we have to make sure he is always ready for the games."

Jurgen Klopp on Burnley

Liverpool and Burnley will play a match tomorrow. Although Burnley is 19th, Klopp is cautious and believes that their current position is not a true measure of the quality of this team. The German manager followed their games and realized that he had to seriously enter this match. Liverpool wants to take their chance this season and try to win the title.

 "I have watched quite a few Burnley games and I am pretty impressed by what they are doing – and on Saturday they got then the reward," he said.

"We all know if you win once and you have a chance to play in three days again then you will want to win again and that’s exactly what we expect – and a pretty good atmosphere as well. We better be, and will be, ready."

Liverpool wants to do big things this season. They have a good chance of success, it must be admitted.

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