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Jurgen Klopp is a very good manager, maybe even a great manager and Liverpool are fortunate to have him at Anfield.

He is a great tactician, a great motivator of players and a proven winner in his time at Mainz and Dortmund.
He inherited an average squad from Brendan Rodgers last season when he took over at Liverpool, yet he managed to guide the team to the League Cup and Europa League finals, losing both sadly.

This season should be better as Klopp has been busy in the transfer-market in both buying and selling players, Benteke the latest to be offloaded at a good price.

The squad and the team now looks stronger in almost every department: Karius in goal, Matip and Kavlan in defence, Grujic and Wijnaldum in midfield and Mané a lethal addition upfront.
  So what's my point, its a certain Alberto Moreno.

The left back who is plainly not a left back has not been replaced and as yet,  nobody has been signed as cover for him in a squad which Klopp has called ''my own''.

Liverpool were after young Ben Chilwell from Leicester, but the £10 million fee was considered excessive and the pursuit was dropped earlier this Summer.

Klopp, who earlier this week rounded on the critics of Moreno who cited his penalty mistake v Arsenal, lack of marking for the first goal and his errors in The Europa League Final where he was to blame for two of Sevilla's goals.

Throughout his time at Liverpool, the young Spaniard has impressed all too briefly and it is hard to understand what our Manager actually sees in Moreno.

James Milner is to be Pidgeon-holed into that position at left back it seems, a role he has openly said to be unhappy about and so he should be.

It appears that the normally ruthless Jurgen Klopp may have a blindspot when it comes to Alberto Moreno unfortunately.  

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