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Liverpool can't leave players at home for EFL Cup - Klopp

BBC News Friday, 1 November 2019
Jurgen Klopp rules out fielding different teams in two competitions in two countries - possibly on the same day - to solve Liverpool's Carabao Cup quarter-final issue.
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Juergen Klopp says that soccer's authorities have to 'think about the players and not about their wallets' as Liverpool face fixture congestion.

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