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« on: November 18, 2015, 12:22:37 AM »
Nike Tiempo Legend R10 The 29-year-old had started all of the manager's six opening games in the charge, wearing the captain's armband in the absence of the injured Jordan Henderson, until a hamstring problem ruled him out of last Sunday's game against Crystal Palace.

Mercurial CR7 Cleats Milner is optimistic on his chances of recovering in time to face Manchester City on Saturday and has explained why there is still plenty he can take from Klopp's methods.

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"You can always learn whether you are 16 or 17, or whether you are 35 or 29," he told "That's football and the manager will still be learning himself.

Nike Magista Obra "Obviously he has come in with his new ideas, new training methods and things like that, so it's great for me as much as it is the younger guys. Hopefully I can help those younger guys, but I'm still learning myself. Changing managers is always different and I'm still learning the way he wants to play.

Adidas Adizero 99g "I've been fortunate to work under some great managers and he is another one of the top managers in the game. I can learn as much as I can and hopefully put that back into my game, as a team member and as an individual and improve."

Along with looking at the physical aspects of Liverpool's game, Klopp is eager to work on mentality and the squad's reactions to setbacks.

Last Sunday saw Liverpool lose for the first time since his arrival when an 82nd-minute header from Scott Dann secured a 2-1 victory for Palace at Anfield.

Afterwards, Klopp spoke of the need for his side to not give up the fight until the very last whistle - sentiments Milner wholeheartedly agrees with.

Nike Elastico Superfly cleats "I think there have been times where we've got down on ourselves when the result hasn't been going our way towards the end of the game, but we have to realise it can take 94 minutes to break a team down and keep going no matter what the score and no matter how we are playing," he said.

"We could have had the worst game ever but if you are still in the game in the last minute and if you keep pushing forward, you can get a goal and I think that comes from belief."


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