Klopp: ‘The sun will come out tomorrow, tomorrow…’

Date published: Wednesday 10th February 2016 10:00

Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has admitted that things are not all ‘sunny’ at the club but, like Annie, he is optimistic that the sun will come out tomorrow.

The Reds exited the FA Cup on Tuesday night to a late, late winner from Angelo Ogbonna and Klopp admitted: “The only reason we were here is to go into the next round, so we are really disappointed.

“Liverpool at this moment is not the most sunny side – there are a few discussions, 2-0 in the lead [against Sunderland, to draw 2-2], the manager in hospital, and out of FA Cup.

“Tomorrow the sun will shine if we want to, all together, take positive things out of this game and make the next step.

“It’s better to create chances and miss than not create chances, if we want we can see a positive.

“We can rest a lot of players now, we have the first match day when we are not involved.

“Maybe we will play then with Everton or something like this which we can’t play because of the League Cup final.

“But we have to use time, we have to make steps, that’s what we did until now.

“We don’t like our results too much to be honest it’s a difficult way we have to go but in the end, it can be the right way.

“I’m okay, I would have gone to the next round, it didn’t work, so let’s carry on.”

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