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All-change at Anfield as Darwin draws a blank – Liverpool FC News

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The Liverpool horizon is changing and not just with prospective owners, with news on Thursday that key senior figures in the recruitment team are also heading off.

Thursday brought the end of the first round of group stage games in Qatar; we’ve seen every nation once and can begin making sweeping conclusions about everything we’ve decided based on 90 (+12?) minutes of expertise.

And then in the late game, we’ll see if either Jordan Henderson or Trent Alexander-Arnold get a taste of World Cup action – probably not from the start for either, but perhaps off the bench later on.

Quite weird change though, to be honest, and not one many agreed with, largely on the grounds that it would be completely incorrect… For the Liverpool look, naturally there are the ex-Reds with Wales, Ward, Williams and Wilson.

Darwin Nunez started wide left (and very deep), before going more central later on.

• Jurgen Klopp is still staying and committed – and he’s also playing an increasingly influential role in Liverpool’s transfer dealings • Alisson Becker has revealed he had an offer to join Chelsea instead of Liverpool, but his Anfield experience decided his future • And two of the Reds’ squad were partying on holiday this week, with a complete round-up of players’ mid-season breaks here Something you may have missed… If you opted against watching (or were working, or studying, or asleep…) Uruguay’s match, you’ll have missed former Reds midfielder Danny Murphy pondering one of football’s less-existential questions and arguing for change.

• Xherdan Shaqiri is still god-level on the international stage and set up the winner early on • Uruguay and South Korea fought out a bit of a bore draw with some woodwork but not enough goalmouth action • Portugal and Ghana looked to be heading that way too, until they collectively opted for madness instead and five goals in 25 minutes • Brazil and Serbia were pretty much back-and-forth for an hour, then two pretty legit Richarlison finishes ended it The opening game brought a single goal and in football’s patented ironic way, the matchwinner for Switzerland was the man born in Cameroon, Breel Embolo.
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