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Liverpool will once again be the team nobody wants to play against

By Charles Cornwall

Liverpool will once again be the team nobody wants to play against

Jürgen Klopp explained how Liverpool face the need to respond to their recent form ahead of their clash with Bournemouth.

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German manager Jurgen Klopp gave a number of statements to the media at the AXA Training Centre, where he reflected on the campaign so far and stressed that the responsibility to turn things around is a collective one. Klopp explained how Liverpool face the need to respond to their current Bournemouth situation.

The Reds welcome the Cherries to Anfield on Saturday looking for their first Premier League win this season, following draws against Fulham and Crystal Palace and defeat to Manchester United last Monday. Klopp spoke about what he can do as part of the response to difficult periods on the pitch.

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"It's actually my job. I'm also a fan of this team, but it's not my main job; my main job is to fix things. I've been able to learn a lot in my life when things haven't gone well. It's not my favourite situation, but I also like it, it's part of the job. It's not that we are not a group, but it's like finding the perfect way together again, to fight against the outside world, to fight against all circumstances, not to suffer. The news is not big, the games are the games," he said.

Fixing the situation

According to Klopp, his job now is to find out why they haven't done better at the moment, what's wrong, because in a situation like this you have to analyse several points against. According to the coach, injuries were not the problem against United.

"I want to fight for this. Players come back, things like this, and we will get better results, building on that and going from there. All the things we achieved in the past are not important at the moment, not really. We don't feel it, we don't build on it, nothing at all. But it's always new; the new season is different, for different reasons," he added. 


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