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Liverpool Haven't Changed From Last Season - Chris Waddle

Liverpool Haven't Changed From Last Season - Chris Waddle

The midfielder submitted a transfer request after the Reds said he was not for sale and rejected a 100 million euros (£90m) bid from Barcelona.

With Barton certain that Philippe Coutinho will leave Liverpool amid Barcelona's interest, he doesn't hold much hope for Klopp or Liverpool should they lose their "magician".

It was furthered with FSG's definitive position that "no offers for Philippe will be considered and he will remain a member of Liverpool football club when the summer window closes".

"If they don't sell him, then I am not involved any more".

"It does not hurt, I promise, it's a simple header, you have to deal with those things".

"I think Jurgen Klopp's got it under control, I think FSG have got it under control, and they're the key", he explained.

Klopp, who pointed to the statement Liverpool issued on Friday when asked whether anything had changed from the club's perspective, chose his words carefully.

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Senegal global Mane equalised for Liverpool in the 29th minute after a delightful interchange with Emre Can before unleashing a shot to the top-right hand corner. Liverpool appeared to be heading for victory after Firmino sent Watford keeper Heurelho Gomez the wrong way with his spot-kick and then chipped the ball into Salah's stride to put the visitors 3-2 ahead.

"You have to ask the club".

All of the three goals they conceded came from set-pieces: two from corners and one from a throw-in.

"I'm not fed up talking about it", Klopp told a news conference. I didn't see the club insiders today.

The Brazilian winger was at his peak in the 2016-17 campaign, scoring 13 times and providing seven assists in 31 English Premier League appearances as Liverpool finished fourth and secured Champions League qualification.

Liverpool levelled on the half hour mark with their first real attack of the game, when Sadio Mane combined brilliantly with Alberto Moreno and Emre Can before firing past Heurelho Gomes. "At the moment, I'm just concentrating on my team".

Watford went into the game underdogs and proved everyone wrong by earning a point against a very good Liverpool side. I don't know if it was a reaction to the club coming out and making a statement earlier in the day.