As the Old Saying goes Soldier goes Soldier Come barrack still remains but this is not a case of a soldier going or coming but a story of a tweak in the style a team wants to use to prosecute matches going forward. In the summer transfer window Liverpool signed Diogo Jota from Wolverhampton Wanderers and he has come in and steadied the ship perfectly playing in the position of Roberto Firminho and many people are already calling for Kloop to go for Jota instead of Firminho in the forward citing that he bring more goals and bite to the Liverpool team more that Firminho but kloop has remained adamant and not receptive to changing his team saying before the Man City clash that he doesn’t have a problem over choosing between either Firmino or Jota to start against city and he then went ahead to start both in the match against Man City, Anyway its left much to be seen how he would use the pair going forward into the season.
Roberton Firminho in 8 appearances this season has just contributed two goals and two assist so far this campaign but Diogo Jota with 4 Premier League starts and 3 substitute appearances has gotten 3 goals and has shown to be more deadlier this season since joining and Kloop is having an hard time on deciding either to use just Jota alone in the Forward position although the way Liverpool play the three front attackers all play as the
focal point in getting goals but many fans who are behind Firminho feel he has a synergy with the forward line and the camaraderie he has with Salah and Mane is second to none but of recent it seems Jota has helped spur and increase the performance of firmino in terms of his goals.
Jurgen Kloop in the first time of choosing between the two choose both to prosecute the Cityzens and in the second instance he started both as well against the foxes, Leicester but we don’t know whether he would continue with this style when the other players come back from their various injury lay off, suspension and others.
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