Liverpool boss says players are “on the edge” but believes clubs will not allow more players – Indepediente Daily Sports News

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Jürgen Klopp called on Premier League teams to have five players per game, with players to be the “edge”; There is currently no support for a change in the rules, with 14 of the 20 clubs required to vote; Liverpool are delighted to have Fabinho, Van Dyke, Jones and Thiago back in Leicester.
Jürgen Klopp said the players were “between” each other due to schedule requirements and Covid’s interruption, but Premier League clubs continued to ban the use of five substitutes.
A number of Premier League clubs have reported cases of Covid among first-team players and staff over the past week, with positive tests coming during the traditionally busy holiday season.
This has increased the workload of those who are fit to play, as well as players who have returned from Covey and want to return sooner than usual due to injuries.
Various managers, including Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel, have called on clubs to re-allow five changes per game to reduce team pressure.
But some, such as Burnley manager Sean Dyche, say allowing five sub-teams would benefit big clubs like Liverpool.
Klopp is not sure that will happen, as 14 of the 20 clubs in the Premier League need to vote to overcome any change.
“We shouldn’t put the competition aside and say that Manchester City have more players than Burnley,” said the Liverpool boss. “Yes, that’s true, but the problem is that England’s top players are bound to be energetic.
“You need 14 votes to change – something is wrong. As an example, I don’t know how many Burnley players play in international football. When our players play three games, they don’t play at all.
“We’re talking about a problem with some clubs and some players. But it’s decided by other teams. They say ‘no’ because we’re competing. It’s a really good decision, especially at the moment.
“You brought the players back after Kovid or after an injury and they have to play immediately because of the game we have to play. Then they will be on the field again because you can’t take them down after 60 minutes and you have to change something else.

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“It’s a great game because most of the players on the pitch are in good shape, well-prepared, healed and they represent it. That’s why we love the game.
“The best league in the world, the toughest league in the world, is the only league with three players. That’s not right. We have to change it. [But] I don’t see a real chance to change it. To be fair.”
Klopp: “Leicester” will be “cunning” despite the suffering
Liverpool came on for the first time on Tuesday night, six days after Leeds’ boxing day was postponed at home due to an incident with Covey.
Klopp’s side, who played against Leicester – and their last opponent – are looking forward to a tough game, despite the Foxes’ recent struggles.
Klopp: “Leicester” will be “cunning” despite the suffering
Liverpool came on for the first time on Tuesday night, six days after Leeds’ boxing day was postponed at home due to an incident with Covey.
Klopp’s side, who played against Leicester – and their last opponent – are looking forward to a tough game, despite the Foxes’ recent struggles.
Leicester’s boxing match at Manchester City was 4-0 late in regulation time, returning to the second half to reduce the deficit to 4-3.
However, City won 6-3, leaving Leicester in 10th place with just one win in their last six games.
Klopp: “Obviously Leicester are not in perfect condition.” “They’re injured and maybe it’s still Covey’s case.
“We played against them just a few days ago. They were very strong in that game. It was 4-0 when I went out to train yesterday. Then suddenly someone told me 4-3. Wow. They’re obviously close.
“They’re just a good team and the work that Brendan (Rogers) is doing is exceptional. It will be difficult for us, of course, but we will try.”
Liverpool will be strengthened with the return of Fabinho, Virgil Van Dyke, Thiago Alcantara and Curtis Jones, who missed time due to Covey.
However, Klopp revealed positive cases at Liverpool’s camp: “We now have one young player and two staff members who are isolated.
“It’s really complicated – you come in every morning and it’s like a lottery.”

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