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​Klopp calls for dose of realism over start to Liverpool campaign

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side have achieved nothing so far this season.

"Nothing has happened until now. We've only played five league games plus two cup games," Klopp said.

"We need to find stability and create solutions for each situation. We are still working on that.

"We need to be ready for each game. There's no time to look for excuses. We want to perform. We have the biggest expectation from ourselves.

"We don't think: 'Ah, we've got it'. Football is quite a simple game but it's difficult to win.

"It's not about celebrating ourselves but it's better to have an optimistic mood than for everything to be in doubt. It's up to us to use that.

"That's how it is in football. We have to be ready for the next game. It's not about the past."

Ian Ferris
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