"No, it's not unfair, it is the situation", Klopp said.
In his pre-match press conference, Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp took the time to explain why Brewster got the call up. Let's all rejoice at the imminent return of a player who's scored just one goal in his last 21 hours of football and provided one piffling assist in his last 16 games!
Former Sunderland star Micky Gray spoke exclusively to talkSPORT today, and offered some transfer advice for the Magpies, urging them to sign Liverpool hitman Daniel Sturridge, if they want to avoid getting relegated straight back to the Championship.
With the end of the season in sight, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side appear to be hobbling toward the line at a time when they desperately need a sprint finish to end the campaign with a top-four berth.
"He is physically stronger, a wonderfully-skilled boy, real striker, good finisher, and has a fantastic work ethic".
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"If you had asked them after the Dortmund game they would have said, 'Give him a 20-year contract'".
With news of Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher, Steve McManaman and Daniel Agger's involvement in the game, some Reds fans had feared a significantly weakened squad would come down under to play Sydney FC on Wednesday, May 24 at ANZ Stadium. Of course not - why should he? That's a wonderful step for him, the next step in his development.
The 27-year-old said he had made a bigger impact in the last two seasons and hopes to remain with the club for a long time to come. The game was not for this but it doesn't mean that it will not happen in the future. "He's on a very good path".
"This is one special day for me and my family".
Their are growing calls to bolster the defensive options in the summer in order to become genuine contenders for the title, with too many gaping holes at the back to enable Jurgen Klopp's side to do so. "Nobody thought: 'Who is this?' They know him because he is hard to play in training sessions". He had a lot to say for himself after that game, mostly about Martin Skrtel, whom he claimed "went off because he didn't fancy it".