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Elliott: “Cimikas is an amazing guy, he’s one of my favorites in the whole world”

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Kostas Tsimikas is one of the most popular players in the Liverpool dressing room and that was reflected in the comments made by Harvey Elliott, who idolized the ‘Greek Scouser’ during the Reds’ pre-season in Dubai.

Liverpool have been in Dubai for a few days, where they are conducting a mini-preparation in view of the league’s resumption after the World Cup, with the atmosphere in Jurgen Klopp’s side’s camp being excellent.

This can also be co-signed by Harvey Elliott, with the England midfielder giving an interview to Liverpool’s official website and speaking in the best of words, among other things, about Kostas Tsimikas, who he shared a few days’ holiday with shortly before they returned to training hires.


“He’s an amazing guy, one of my favorites in the world to be honest. He’s a great guy and he has a great family around him.

Being able to spend time with him, go out to eat and share happy holidays with him is great company to say the least.

If anyone has experience, they know exactly what I mean! He’s just a guy to be with, he always builds you up which is the most important thing.

When you’re feeling down or not feeling well in the morning, he’s there and always full of energy. What a nice guy and player this is about,” he said characteristically of the international left-back.

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Klopp: “I didn’t become a bad coach overnight”

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Jurgen Klopp has responded to criticism of Liverpool’s form this year and insisted he hasn’t suddenly become a bad manager.

Barely two weeks after their Premier League clash, Brighton and Liverpool meet again on Sunday (29 January) in the third round of the FA Cup.

Commenting on this year’s development of the ‘Reds’, who are 9th with 29 points, Jurgen Klopp responded to the criticism he received and stressed that he had not suddenly become a bad manager.

“Do I like the challenge? I think I said it before Pep said it. That’s why I signed a new contract, to be 100% honest. I knew it was going to be difficult, and yes the last year has been very intense more than what can we expect as who expects to reach all three finals?

I knew it was going to be tough, that’s for sure, but with fewer injuries we’d all agree we could get four or five points more.

It’s not a good season but we’re close to the places that lead to the Champions League and it’s a normal season.

Injuries have complicated it and turned it into poor from average so far. It’s not easy when three important, formative players are injured and you can’t replace them

I’ve said it before, I didn’t become a bad coach overnight. I’m not as good as some people think, but I’m not as bad as some people say. Imagine you see another person here telling you all these things. Imagine if we had won all four trophies and I was on vacation.”

Source: sport 24

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Richarlison trolled the returning Moura and placarded his shirt

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Lucas Moura played against Tottenham U21 on Friday (27/1) after coming back to action and Richarlison tried to troll him by holding up a placard and asking for his shirt.

Lately, Mr Lucas Mura suffers from a tendon injury that kept him out of action for almost two months.

The 30-year-old, who had been sidelined since Tottenham’s game against Leeds on November 12, returned to the Under-21s on Friday (27/01).


His compatriot and teammate RichardsonHe was in the stands and to troll him he held up a placard asking for his shirt.

“Lucas, can you give me your jersey?” wrote the Brazil international.

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Trippier has extended his contract at Newcastle until 2025

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Newcastle have extended their partnership until the summer of 2025 with Kieran Trippier, who has extended his contract for another year.

THE Kieran Trippier renewed his contract with Newcastle, who announced the England defender will wear the club’s shirt until the summer of 2025 (the previous deal expired in 2024).


The 32-year-old was acquired by the English club in January 2022, who bought him from Atlético for 14.5 million euros plus bonuses.

Trippier has played in 26 games this season, scoring one goal and giving six assists Newcastle decide to ‘tie’ him for another year.

Source: sport 24

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