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Alla Zakarian

04-12-2018 | 18:21 Football

Jurgen Klopp provides injury updates on Mane, Robertson and speaks out on his celebration: Press Conference

Liverpool to face Burnley in their Premier League clash on Wednesday. Ahead of the match, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has faced the press. Klopp on his FA fine I couldn’t avoid it. If you break the rules you have to be fined for it. The last time I did that was 14 years ago. I’m not as quick now. I can say it will not happen again. Klopp on Burnley We know about the specific challenge - Burnley is a tough place to go. We have to make sure we are ready. Burnley had the killer competition of playing in the Europa League qualifiers. Now they are 100% in the league. There are no easy games. Injury update on Robertson & Mane Sadio and Robbo we need to have another look today. Sadio has an awful cut on his foot, it’s been stitched. He’s walking in flip flops but we don’t play in flip-flops. More from Klopp on his celebration If there was no rule then managers would constantly celebrate on the pitch. I don’t think anyone thought it was massively wrong. It happened, a fine, I’ll pay it, no problem. On Firmino's perceived dip in form It’s completely normal. It’s not that he’s playing his best football every second. You have moments when you fly and moments when you have to work and come again - nothing to worry about, just a normal football season. Praise for Alisson The best thing about the goalkeeper is if you don’t have to speak about the goalkeeper. If you speak about him, hopefully, it’s positive and hopefully, it can carry on like this. He is a calm person, quick in his mind and has had many good moments. Klopp on post-Everton celebrations It was brilliant in the dressing room after. We feel in a good moment. But we’re not children, we don’t celebrate something for five days. There’s nothing negative in winning late against Everton. How fit is Rhian Brewster? Not that close that we can talk about it now. There’s a lot of work still to do. On match-winner Origi There was nothing to criticise. Divock and Dominic Solanke aren’t in fantastic situations in the squad but they set wonderful examples for being ready for the moment. That’s football, things change in a second. Divock was ready and he wanted it. It’s nice for him.

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