23 Sep 2016 16:11:07
Question for the Eds, do you think Sturridge will be allowed to depart due to the Klopp "style" of play he adopts doesn't seem to compliment one another?

For instance firmino is often preferred due to work rate in the position and both ings and origi seem to be more willing to work hard off the ball.

Thanks for any response.

{Ed001's Note - even though Studger has started over Origi?}

1.) 23 Sep 2016
23 Sep 2016 16:29:25
klopp once said that he heard a lot of stuff about sturridge from the fans and when he actually got to see him in training he said oh wow, he understands why fans talk about him, somewhere along those lines.

i personally think (may be wrong though) that klopp is managing him, he want sturridge fit for the whole season pointless to play so much while he's not fully fit. klopp knows he is quality i'm sure.

2.) 23 Sep 2016
23 Sep 2016 16:38:30
I assumed that was a fitness issue re Origi may be wrong but I thought he was injured and being working back to fitness.

There is also the idea if he is to sell him then he would need to showcase him to maximise potential interest.

Not a statement by any means just a question as to whether this was a possibility for a near future transfer window especially considering firmino is clearly Klopps main man at present in that position. I would assume Sturridge will want game time and will not like to spend too much time out of the starting 11 all leading to the question.


3.) 23 Sep 2016
23 Sep 2016 16:57:54
I thought in the last couple of games Sturridge looked like he was working harder for the team, could be that the penny has dropped that Klopp expects him to expand his game.

4.) 23 Sep 2016
23 Sep 2016 17:51:30
OP, there is a great article written by Tony Barrett on the The Joe website called "How Jurgen Klopp redefined Daniel Sturridge’s Liverpool career". Pls, google it. It will answer all your questions about the Klopp/ Studge relationship.

{Ed025's Note - i dont need a journalist to explain their relationship hamilton, its the same as the one i have with my mother in law.. :)

5.) 23 Sep 2016
23 Sep 2016 20:41:14
Sturridge actually had a great game against Chelsea, also winaldam in my opion is going be a great asset to this great club.

6.) 24 Sep 2016
23 Sep 2016 21:00:44
Ed025, me and my mother-in-law have a great relationship. Is it like the one that exists btw Klopp and Studge? I`m not sure.

{Ed025's Note - in my view hamilton and its purely that of an outsider it seems a bit frosty to me, i think klopp demands total commitment from his players and i dont see that in daniel mate..