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Klopp receives bad news ahead of game against Southampton, no injuries

Klopp is not relaxing at any time, and this makes the situation worse

By Charles Cornwall

 Klopp very worried
Klopp very worried
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After defeating Chelsea in an incredible final full of great emotions, Jürgen Klopp barely has time to smile, and the German tactician has two games in a row after lifting the Carabao Cup title. However, during the match, Klopp was very stressed after the lousy decisions being made by Chris Kavanagh and his refereeing team.

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This started very early in the match with the Ecuadorian midfielder Moisés Caicedo's hard tackle on Ryan Gravenberch. In addition the Ecuadorian player committed more than 5 fouls during the whole match and was never cautioned. However, Klopp is already worried for next Saturday's match, when the Reds visit Nottingham Forest, where the German coach received bad news.

The referees for next Saturday's match have been announced and Paul Tierney heads the list, while the assistants will be: Richard West and Scott Ledger the fourth official will be Graham Scott, while in the VAR will be Stuart Attwell and the assistant will be Constantine Hatzidakis.

While Tierney has improved and during Chelsea's last game against Liverpool in the Premier League he played a decent role, Paul does not seem to be the main problem. The main problem for Klopp seems to be in the VAR as it was assistant Hatzidakis who hit Andy Robertson with his elbow in that controversial act at the end of the game against Arsenal last season.

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Despite the bad news, the German coach remains firmly in charge of the Reds and is already thinking about how to keep a balance in his team to face these two matches after winning the title, which are vital to continue with the illusion of being able to win four titles this season, as they will face Southampton on Wednesday.

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