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Kelleher hands Liverpool and Klopp Champions League relief

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This Liverpool team love reminders.

They're a walking, talking epitome of sheer will and determination. Right now we all want February and March. We all want to wake up from this nightmare and welcome back the cavalry. We want to yet again look at this team and know that it can't be beaten in ability aswell as heart.



Yet in this manager, they have someone who thrives in adversity. Jürgen Klopp is a rarity in the sense he has coached in the mire of relegation at Mainz. Despite the frustration around fixture times and schedules, this is what Klopp loves most.



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In Caoimhin Kelleher, he gets to write another chapter for this Liverpool team. He gets to add another slide to the projector whenever he feels the need to remind his team that the opposition "have our points".



Kelleher's inclusion was a mixture of factors: The lasting legacy of Villa Park in September will no doubt linger over the Liverpool career of Adrian more than anyone. The Spaniard was left out damningly, yet when you looked at the opposition approach, and more importantly Kelleher's contribution, you then understand why.

Klopp twice referenced the playing ability of Kelleher, and it shone through on the night. As did his goalkeeping abilities. Shot stopping, cross-taking and general composure was massive. The centre-backs, most importantly looked comfortable with him.

The manager described Liverpool's performance ans result as one of his best in Europe at the club at full-time. Kelleher was only part of the story - Neco Williams proved a huge point, while Curtis Jones gave his best performance in a Liverpool shirt, showing incredible maturity.

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The culmination of factors led to a win which now offers Liverpool crucial breathing room. Next week's trip to Denmark is a game which can involve players on Klopp's terms. The competition itself can be parked until what is essentially the beginning of spring.

Most importantly though, there are four clear days before Wolves at Anfield, a stadium with 2000 supporters to offer a crumb of vital support. This team remains on life-support, yet it never stops reminding us of its ability to fight.

Tonight another Liverpool story was written, and Caoimhin Kelleher may find it has a huge impact on how the season eventually plays out.


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