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Discussion in 'Liverpool' started by JurgenKlopp'sdynasty, Sep 3, 2013.
Fabinho is training, Lovren is training too and they are going to be available to Tottenham game.
Lovren? Good if that's the case.
Shaq and Matip back in training.
Good news on squad fitness. Do hope Williams still keeps a spot on the bench though
Any news on Mane yet?
LFC injury update: Mane, Keita, Lovren, Milner and Shaqiri
Naby Keita could be available for Sunday's FA Cup clash with Shrewsbury Town but Liverpool await further news on Sadio Mane's hamstring injury.
Dejan Lovren is in contention for the fourth-round tie at New Meadow, though James Milner and Xherdan Shaqiri are unlikely to be involved.
The manager was asked for an update on Mane, who was withdrawn after ‘feeling something’ in the first half of Thursday’s win at Wolverhampton Wanderers, at his pre-match press conference.
“No, I think he is in the scan in this moment,” replied Klopp. “They didn’t call me out of the scan, so, no. [Fingers crossed], yes.”
On other fitness concerns in his squad, the boss said: “Dejan trained completely normally, until the game it’s a week [back] so should be fine.
“For Shaq and Millie, I think it’s too early. Naby, we will have to see. My information is that he will be part of training today and then we have to see.
“It was not too long, but how he looks and so on. For the boys that didn’t play longer than a half yesterday, today will be a very, very important session and kind of an intense session.
“It’s minus two [days] to the game so there is always intensity. We will see if he can be part of that completely – then he would be an option. If not, then not.”
According to Man City fans, if we don't have Mané and Van Dijk injured for most of the season then we're just "lucky" and it's a #taintedtitle
Hendo out for 3 weeks
Hendo is a twat....as somebody who's wife is disabled I am disgusted with him for taking up two disabled parking spaces at the Spire hospital when he went for a scan!!!!
Jordan Henderson injury details confirmed
Jordan Henderson is likely to be sidelined for around three weeks with a hamstring injury.
The Liverpool captain sustained the issue in the latter stages of Tuesday night’s 1-0 defeat at Atletico Madrid in the Champions League last 16.
He is now set to miss several matches after medical assessments confirmed a lay-off, Jürgen Klopp revealed at a press conference on Friday.
“Hendo, it could have been worse. How we all know, it was a hamstring,” said the manager.
“We heard of different hamstring injuries now around in the Premier League – Harry Kane, for example. It’s not that bad.
“But he will be out, I think, for three weeks or so, which is not cool. But how we see it, we were still lucky. That’s it.”
Klopp has no other fresh injury concerns ahead of Monday’s Premier League clash with West Ham United, however.
And the six-day gap between games means any alterations, aside from a replacement for Henderson, will be by choice.
“Changes, I could, because apart from Hendo all the other boys are fit,” added the boss.
“But Tuesday-Monday [between games], there is absolutely no need to do it. That’s enough time, longer than we usually have. We will see who will start, maybe we will make more changes – but not because of the Atletico game.”
sked about the skipper’s absence representing an opportunity for other midfielders, Klopp said: “Hopefully nothing else happens, to be honest.
“Hendo is exceptionally important, not only football-wise but for some other reasons as well which hopefully everybody knows. But we still have options there and that’s good.
“Yes, it’s a chance of course, a chance for all of them. But there would have been a chance anyway, Hendo wouldn’t have played all the games from now until the end of the season.
“It’s a position where we can react so we will react