DEVASTATING NEWS: ” I can’t win without him in the team he is one of the the main reason the team is on high performance, he brings stability and winning mentality to the team”. Liverpool’s outstanding players is out with long term injuries adding him to the injury list. Liverpool FC are in real trouble without this players in the team. After Liverpool’s star broke his collarbone in a 1-1 draw with Arsenal, Jurgen Klopp said, “He’s out for a long time”.


Jurgen Klopp confirmed a significant setback for Kostas Tsimikas following a broken collarbone during Liverpool’s recent 1-1 draw against Arsenal on December 23rd. The Reds’ manager expressed deep concern over the injury, emphasizing how it overshadowed the match’s outcome. Tsimikas suffered the injury in the 33rd minute after a forceful tackle from Bukayo Saka, leading to an awkward fall and a collision with Klopp on the sideline.

Although Klopp swiftly recovered, the 27-year-old defender had to exit the field, clutching his shoulder, and was substituted by Joe Gomez. Adding to Liverpool’s woes, their primary left-back, Andrew Robertson, is also sidelined due to a shoulder injury, creating a challenging scenario for Klopp’s side in the left-back position.

Acknowledging the dilemma, Klopp voiced his concerns about the team’s defensive situation, particularly with both left-back options injured. He mentioned, “It was massively overshadowed by Kostas Tsimikas’ collarbone issue, definitely broken, so he is out for a long time. The other issues we will have to see. It is hard for us to swallow with the Robbo (Andy Robertson) situation.”

Reflecting on the incident, Klopp expressed his emotional response, stating, “Of course, it affected me. I had no pain but thought maybe Kostas was going to be fine. I would happily give my collarbone for him to be fit again. It is not cool when something like that happens in front of you, and you are involved in that.”

Tsimikas had been a consistent presence for Liverpool this season, featuring in 17 matches across various competitions and contributing three assists. Liverpool’s injury struggles have been ongoing, with key players like Joel Matip, Thiago Alcantara, Diogo Jota, Alexis Mac Allister, Stefan Bajcetic, and Robertson already sidelined even before the Arsenal clash, adding further challenges to Klopp’s squad depth and rotation options.

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