Liverpool to benefit from the forgotten man: Jurgen Klopp’s new perspective on isolation offers Jurgen Klopp a fresh perspective

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Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool secured their place in the FA Cup Fourth Round after beating Shrewsbury with a score of 4-1. Their manager was back at the sidelines following his Covid isolation.

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Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool manager, has noticed a change in his team after watching them from Covid isolation.

Klopp was positive for HIV in the weeks leading up to Liverpool’s Premier League match against Chelsea at the beginning of the month. He was unable to attend as his assistant Pep Lijnders was responsible for the Reds.

Reds manager now shares observation he made from his home while watching the team play.

It comes after the Reds won their place in next round of FA Cup with a win over Shrewsbury (4-1), and the club will make a tidy profit from a forgotten Brendan Rodgers signed.

These are some of the highlights Mirror Football’s Liverpool news headlines.

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Talk points from Shrewsbury

Liverpool came back from a scare and booked their place in Sunday’s FA Cup fourth round.

In the 27th minute, the Reds fell behind to League One opposition through Daniel Udoh who scored from the near goal.

But Kaide Gordon became Liverpool’s youngest FA Cup goalscorer as he equalised minutes later before Fabinho’s penalty put them in front just before half-time.

Roberto Firmino’s backheel and another Fabinho strike sealed Liverpool’s progress in the cup and ensured Klopp’s men avoided a third round banana skin.

There were many talking points during the game, including Liverpool’s young stars and continuing Covid issues.

Mirror Football This is a compilation of all the key points taken from the game.

The complete story is available here.

Klopp’s New Perspective

Jurgen Klopp has made a fresh observation about his Liverpool side – after being forced to watch his side on the TV at home during his enforced Covid isolation.

Klopp was absent last weekend as his Reds team tied 2-2 in the Premier League against title rivals Chelsea. But, the Liverpool boss has discovered a new appreciation of Liverpool supporters.

Reds manager, John McMillan, has praised fans for their support at Stamford Bridge. He also thanked them for one thing.

The complete story is available here.

Reds make a profit from forgotten men

A forgotten Brendan Rodgers signing could give Liverpool a nice cash boost during the January transfer window.

The Reds splashed out just £500,000 when they signed Allan Rodrigues de Souza from Internacional in the summer of 2015.

The club was without the midfielder due to work permit issues.

Although he was loaned out to several clubs, including Sint-Truiden and Hertha BSC as well as Apollon Limassol, Sint-Truiden and Fluminense, he was never able get into the first-team squad.

He was sold to Atletico Mineiro for £3.2m in 2020 but the Reds made sure to insert a sell-on clause into the deal – and things are looking good for the Reds getting a nice return on that clause now.

The complete story is available here.