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The disagreement between the pair continues following their disagreement throughout the Reds’ 3-1 victory at Burnley on Wednesday night time

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has defended Daniel Sturridge after Burnley boss Sean Dyche labelled the striker a cheat.

Dyche appeared to fall out with Klopp within the aftermath of the Reds’ 3-1 victory at Turf Moor on Wednesday.

Dyche accused Sturridge of diving

The Clarets supervisor later revealed his frustration when Sturridge went down too simply in his eyes to win a free-kick within the first half.

“It’s humorous, he didn’t reference Daniel Sturridge’s dishonest,” mentioned the Burnley boss when speaking about Klopp’s feedback that his facet have been overly bodily.

“I simply can’t imagine Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool followers – and I don’t imagine they do – would need dishonest within the sport and sacrifice good, sincere challenges.”

However Klopp responded: “Sturridge is not any cheat.

Klopp and Dyche seem to have fallen out

Klopp and Dyche appear to have fallen out

“I’m undecided if he spoke concerning the problem of [Phil] Bardsley on Alberto Moreno.

“The sport is actually exhausting and generally a striker expects a sort out by leaping.”

The feud between the 2 started after Klopp instructed Burnley have been too tough of their tackles on Wednesday night time, with Dyche accusing the German of ‘attempting to reinvent the foundations’.

Ben Mee’s hard-but-fair problem has sidelined Joe Gomez for as much as six weeks and Liverpool will even be unable to name on Dejan Lovren at Bournemouth on Saturday on account of a concussion.


On Virjil van Dijk’s workload, Klopp added: “It’s not the identical depth however with Joe out and Dejan out we don’t have to consider that.”

Klopp had been rotating children Trent Alexander-Arnold and Gomez on the correct facet of defence, when Gomez was not partnering Van Dijk within the centre.

The Reds boss admits he now has to provide you with a plan to safeguard the long-term health of 20-year-old Alexander-Arnold.

It’s prone to imply midfielders James Milner, who had a season at left-back a few years in the past, and Fabinho stepping in to present the younger England worldwide a break.

An alternative choice, albeit extra of a big gamble, is to herald Rafael Camacho from the under-21s after the 18-year-old was drafted into the squad for Wednesday’s win at Burnley.

Joe Gomez had started the season in fine form

Joe Gomez had began the season in high-quality kind

“It’s only a disgrace for the boy,” Klopp mentioned of Gomez’s harm.

“For us he was in excellent form and he helped us rather a lot, particularly as a result of we may make these modifications with Trent and Joe.

“That was actually necessary as a result of Trent continues to be a younger boy and we can not push him via 20 video games in a row.

“He would in all probability say he’s OK however I feel it’s accountable we have now a watch on that.

“I’ve a plan – surprisingly. We’ll see what we are going to do however we have now different choices after all.

“There are a variety of gamers who can play that place, particularly in the way in which we play now.

“Wait slightly bit and you will notice which different choices we have now.”


Klopp has different harm considerations with Sadio Mane’s reduce foot that means he’s dominated out of the journey to the south coast whereas fellow ahead Dominic Solanke will not be anticipated to return to coaching till after the Bournemouth sport.

On Lovren Klopp mentioned: “He is not going to be out there. He acquired a knock final week, concussion, and continues to be not capable of play. Clyney is out for 2 weeks or so. Nothing severe, however not in coaching and so not out there.

“Joe, Oxlade, Rhian Brewster and Dom Solanke (are all unavailable), however Dom is shut. I hope that he will probably be in workforce coaching once more from Sunday on. We’ll see.”

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