Jürgen Klopp defends Loris Karius after Tranmere mistake


Divock Origi of Liverpool controls the ball during the Pre-Season Friendly match between Tranmere Rovers and Liverpool at Prenton Park on July 11, 2018 in Birkenhead, England.

Already, however, Klopp has been made to look foolish for thinking Karius can overcome his failures as the 25-year-old failed to deal with a sweetly struck strike against Tranmere, allowing the Rovers to score from the rebound.

"Two brilliant footballers make this mistake, but we don't talk about it".

Karius was at fault for two goals in Liverpool's 3-1 defeat by Real Madrid in the Champions League final, but it was later revealed he had concussion.

Speaking to Liverpool FC's website, Klopp said: "I'm not sure if I should have expected something different but it [the reception from fans] was nice, absolutely nice".

Casey to Oppose Trump's Supreme Court Nomination
Neil Gorsuch, 50, who was appointed by Mr Trump a year ago , is already one of the most conservative of the court's nine justices. Throughout the search for Trump's second Supreme Court nominee, Kavanaugh was a favorite of the conservative legal cognoscenti.

While senior figures like Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi have to convince Klopp that they are better value than pursuing a forward in the transfer market. You never ask again, that would be one little step.

The German added that Karius will continue to be criticised until "he has a few fantastic games".

"I've seen this situation 500 times at least in my life - "Bam", against the chest, (ball) going down". That's our part of the deal.

"The boss is asking me to do a job as a right-back for him".

"But it's all about the boys, my door is that wide open so why should I make a decision today? I would be really insane if I would not give these boys a chance - they are fantastic players, they've played fantastic games, so we will see what happens".