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Jurgen Klopp is preparing for his 600th games as a professional Coach in style as he hopes to keep on with early momentum. The Red’s coach has started the new season on front foot as his Liverpool have been beating all opponents on the road.

They face a struggling Southampton side this weekend and he is aware of the threat possessed by the visitor. He knows the away side might  want to keep it tight at the back and hope to catch the Meyerside outfit on the break.

Klopp while speaking to journalists ahead of the match revealed that Firmino is fit and ready to start.

See what he said below:

He also added that:

“My view on football will never be different. I love the game.

There are a lot of better managers than me out there, but that has never stopped me from doing my best.”



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