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Jurgen Klopp is the talk of the town right now. The German tactician seems to be already enjoying the life at Merseyside.

Some pictures surfaced in social networks, which showed him smoking and having a beer at the Old Blind School pub.

Here are the pictures,

Jurgen Klopp has a cuppa in a local Liverpool cafe before heading to the pub for a beer & smoke [Pictures]

Jurgen Klopp has a cuppa in a local Liverpool cafe before heading to the pub for a beer & smoke [Pictures]



“It is going to be difficult” – Liverpool star believes Manchester United will be tough opposition



Liverpool Manchester City Georginio Wijnaldum

Liverpool play Manchester United in the biggest fixture of the weekend, and the Reds have a sizeable lead over their rivals in the Premier League.

We are 16 points ahead of the Red Devils after just 16 games, and another win will keep us at the top of the table ahead of Manchester City.

Jurgen Klopp has never defeated the Red Devils during his Premier League career, and Georginio Wijnaldum spoke about the tie.

Georginio Wijnaldum

The Dutch midfielder believed we would put up a quality performance, claiming United are a good team while having a bit of a dig claiming they go out not to lose games (h/t Mirror):

“It’s a nice game. We’ll try to put in the same performance that we did against Napoli.

“Things can happen, everyone can have a bad season, it does not mean they [United] are not a good team with good players. Last season, with the same players, they finished second.

“They have good players, a good manager, and they know how to manage games and win games – or not to lose games! It is going to be difficult.”

Jose Mourinho always seems to have a plan when playing against Liverpool, whether it was his Chelsea days or his United days.

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We long for a win over the Red Devils, and with our team in great spirits, a win at Anfield could be on the books.

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Liverpool’s on-loan star suffers another injury setback and will be out till January



Marko Grujic

Marko Grujic was back to his best for Hertha Berlin with his manager, Pal Dardai, claiming that the Serbian was the best player he had seen during his time at the Bundesliga club.

The on-loan Liverpool star suffered an injury which had halted his progress earlier in the season and has picked up another injury which rules him out till the winter break.

The 22-year-old has helped Hertha to sixth in the Bundesliga and the club haven’t lost with Grujic in the team.

The midfielder shared his disappointment with the injury but will undoubtedly be looking to perform to his best from January onwards.

Grujic has grabbed his opportunities well at Hertha and we are seeing what he can do in a top European league.

The Serb did well with Cardiff last season as he helped them gain promotion to the Premier League, and should he continue performing with Hertha, he can dream of playing regularly for Liverpool.

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The Reds have several options for their midfield, and it will be interesting to see if the 22-year-old fits into our plans next season.

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Liverpool star doesn’t believe the club is “invincible” despite great start to Premier League campaign



Georginio Wijnaldum

Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum doesn’t believe the team is invincible after Manchester City’s loss to Chelsea last weekend.

The result meant the Reds are the only unbeaten side in England’s top seven tiers (h/t Evening Standard), however, the Dutch midfielder claims Jurgen Klopp is keeping the team focused and grounded for the battles ahead.

The former Newcastle United midfielder said (h/t Evening Standard):

“Invincible? No, not really. We know we have to do a lot to not lose games and even more to win it.

“We know we have to give a good performance every week to continue the run we are in.

“I don’t really think we are invincible and if we think that we have a manager that would put both feet on the ground.”

Mohamed Salah of Liverpool

The Reds qualified from their Champions League group with a win over Napoli but the fixtures keep coming as the festive period sees the team play six games in 22 days.

Wijnaldum didn’t believe there would be a drop in intensity and claimed the only difference would be in our travelling schedule.

“I don’t see a big difference.

“Until February we play a lot of games so basically not a lot changes, the only difference is we play only in England but the amount of games is still the same.

“I don’t know if it is a big difference, you just don’t have to travel.”

The Dutch midfielder has been one of the star performers from a great season, so far, and our next clash is against Manchester United on Sunday.

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A win will keep us at the top of the table, and hopefully, Wijnaldum plays a huge role at Anfield.

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