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IN Sports ON 10 Nov, 2016
After the captain Jorden Henderson, here's another statement from the Liverpool team, this time, Liverpool Midfielder Adam Lallana epitomizes Jurgen Klopp for masterminding his dramatic upswing in form at Anfield but considers the Reds boss is doing the same for all of his team-mates.
See what Adam told to media!
But, Adam had to wait for the German's arrival on Merseyside before he fully blossomed in his new surroundings.
Adam said, "Whatever he (Jurgen Klopp) has done different to me, I think he has done to everyone."
"It isn't myself. As a team, we are performing high-level."
"I feel, I have really good relationship with him and that he trusts me," Adam said. "I trust him as well, and when you have that connection, he can say stuff to you that you don't want to hear and it doesn't feel negative or personal."
"It's just business-related and wanting to win,"he continued.
He wanted to revive club with England facing the old rival Scotland at Wembley on Friday.
"Confidence is a thing that you can't just switch on and off. When you have confidence, it's importance to take advantage and use it as much as you can. I have that confidence just now, and I want to take it on the international stage."
Adam said, "You need stability. What you don't have at England is the time that you get at club level. You can't prepare for a campaign as you would for a league over the course of the season. It's not possible, so it's a different challenge."
Adam said, "I am sure Gareth will want to have that, and we are ready to fight for him in his matches. Hopefully, he will do well enough to get the job on a permanent basis."
"Possibly, it would be nice for Gareth and us quite soon to know whether he's going to get the job on a permanent basis, so you can build towards having a certain identity that your manager wants you to have."
"Eventually, it would be nice for him in the longer term to put a structure in place," he continued.
"Whether it's the mental side of the game at tournaments that we're struggling to cope with, we need to overcome that. By good, hard work I think we can do that."
Now, it seems, this new robust and confident Adam is quite the weapon for Klopp. He's looking like a £25 million man and long may it continue.
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