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Jurgen Klopp says resting Mohamed Salah for ‘complicated’ Brighton visit would be ‘a crime’

Jurgen Klopp says it would be ‘a crime’ to let Mohamed Salah rest for visiting ‘tricky’ Brighton and admits he can’t keep all his players happy … but WANTS his unused stars to be ‘angry’

  • Liverpool made 11 changes for a 2-0 win over Preston in the Carabao Cup at midweek
  • Jurgen Klopp said he will return to his strongest eleven for the game against Brighton
  • “ Giving players a break against Brighton would be a crime, ” said the Liverpool manager.
  • The Reds are unbeaten in 23 games in all competitions and second in the league


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Jurgen Klopp says it would be a ‘crime’ if he put people like Mo Salah to rest against Brighton today, and hopes those left out are angry.

The Liverpool manager will not accept the idea of ​​the rotation for the visit of the Seagulls, who are in fifth place.

Instead, he will return to his strongest available XI as his team tries to extend its 23-game unbeaten streak across all competitions.

Jurgen Klopp said he is in no mood to rest his stars when Brighton visits Anfield on Saturday.

Jurgen Klopp said he is in no mood to rest his stars when Brighton visits Anfield on Saturday.

Liverpool manager said it would be 'a crime' to rest fit Mo Salah (right)

Liverpool manager said it would be 'a crime' to rest fit Mo Salah (right)

Liverpool manager said it would be ‘a crime’ to rest fit Mo Salah (right)

“Giving the players a break against Brighton would be a crime, they are too good,” he said. So forget it. It’s a really special game in the league, one of the most complicated because of the work that Graham (Potter) is doing.

‘But when I choose that they should rest, it is never the game that they want them to rest. Everyone wants to play. ‘

Klopp made 11 changes to Preston’s 2-0 victory in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, but scorers Takumi Minamino and Divock Origi will return to the bench.

And the German recognizes that it is difficult to keep all the players happy.

Takumi Minamino was one of 11 players to enter Liverpool's 2-0 win over Preston

Takumi Minamino was one of 11 players to enter Liverpool's 2-0 win over Preston

Takumi Minamino was one of 11 players to enter Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Preston

Divock Origi got off to a rare start and seized his chance with a magnificent goal on Wednesday

Divock Origi got off to a rare start and seized his chance with a magnificent goal on Wednesday

Divock Origi got off to a rare start and seized his chance with a magnificent goal on Wednesday

“I don’t think that’s possible,” he said. ‘You should ask all the players, but what we have to do is win football matches, and especially for Liverpool.

“When you play, you have to learn to accept the coach’s decision. The job of the players is to be so good in training, that’s the moment when you can be so influential. I try to keep them happy, but I want them to be angry too. ”

Meanwhile, Klopp warned his stars that they have to be better than they were during Manchester United’s 5-0 demolition last Sunday.

The German admitted that it was difficult to keep all his players happy without rotating his team.

The German admitted that it was difficult to keep all his players happy without rotating his team.

The German admitted that it was difficult to keep all his players happy without rotating his team.

“We have to improve, we know that,” he said. ‘The world is like that, you beat United 5-0 and everything is perfect. Well, it wasn’t like that.

“United had clear chances, which we gave them. We must not trust luck or Ali (goalkeeper, Alisson).

Where we have to improve is to be defensively stable when the opponent has the ball. There is no reason why someone should have to pass, if we do things right. We need to have a solution. That’s where we can improve 100% ”.

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