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Jamie Carragher claims Liverpool duo “not feeling great” after Jurgen Klopp’s decision

Rhys Williams in action for Liverpool

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Jamie Carragher thinks Rhys Williams and Nat Phillips are not “feeling great” after Jordan Henderson played at centre-back against Southampton.

Reds were defeated 1 – 0 by the Premier League rivals, while Carragher feels both academy players’ confidence has been knocked after Jurgen Klopp’s decision.

“I think number one it’s imperative Liverpool sign someone in January,” he said. “That’s obvious. I am not saying anything different.

“But I think the fact they they played Jordan Henderson at centre-back, it’s not going to do a lot for the two lads [Rhys Williams and Nat Phillips] confidence-wise.

“So, if he goes back to them how do they feel if there are two midfield players playing there? That tells me they are not going to be feeling great if they go back in. Jordan Henderson isn’t a centre-back.”

Source: HITC

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