Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet thinks "anything can happen" in the Premier League title race.
Sadio Mane, Philippe Coutinho and Adam Lallana are the three men who have been very much missed.
Simon Mignolet wants Liverpool to belatedly kick-start their season against Manchester United.
Remember when Carragher almost came to blows with teammates after nearly conceding in a nothing game?
Klopp says Simon Mignolet will play most of the matches but Liverpool fans must get used to Loris Karius...
Let's face it, Klopp is desperate to make Karius his No.1. Lampard thinks he's going the wrong way about it...
Clubs should "build relationships" in defence. Which means no rotation, Arsenal and Liverpool.
Karius has never played in the Champions League. He will on Wednesday. Klopp talks keepers.
Liverpool's "momentum and morale changed" with Sadio Mane's red card, admits Simon Mignolet.
Emre Can, Rob Holding, Loris Karius, Granit Xhaka, Roberto Firmino, Arsene Wenger and more. Even GNev.
Gomez continues to impress Klopp after returning from a long-term injury in the summer.
The gamble paid off. Klopp explains his decision to "rest" Mignolet against Arsenal.
Jamie Carragher cannot understand the decision to drop Simon Mignolet for Loris Karius.
Is this Loris Karius' eventual reward for spending most of last season arguing with Gary Neville?
"It is electric, that is what Anfield is about and this is where we belong," says the Belgian goalkeeper.
And that "one way" is "forward". Liverpool just have to "fill that in with a really defensive spirit".
This is not a question of individuals, but systems. It just keeps on getting worse.
Gary and Phil, the Nevilles, say Liverpool need a goalkeeper. Oh, and a few more signings.
Mignolet v Karius, with Ward thrown in for good measure. Who wins the Liverpool battle?
Ever wondered what England, France, Spain and Brazil's most expensive XIs are? No? Well this is awkward.
Ander Herrera is the player of the week, but there's some love for Brighton and Paul Pogba too...
Simon Mignolet says Liverpool are finally proving they are resilient enough to 'grind a result out'...
Simon Mignolet reckons that a clean sheet at West Brom proves that Liverpool can defend
Garth Crooks, of course. Plus, Dele Alli and unfair comparisons, John Terry and more...
Klopp says keepers are judged on reputations. So he can mention the pair in the same sentence.
Jurgen Klopp reckons Simon Mignolet "saved" Liverpool's life on Saturday with a stop from Berahino.
"You have to accept that sometimes you need to grind out three points," says the Liverpool keeper.
Phew, That was a big win for Liverpool. And the keeper deserves praise. Plus lots and lots more...
Reds keeper lists a load of excuses before saying they aren't looking for any following their awful run...
Goalkeepers, strikers, Lucas, the lack of a Plan B. Not much for Jurgen Klopp to sort out, then. Nope...
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