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Shame he's said he's happy with Mignolet who is about to be offered a new contract so he won't be looking for new goalkeepers anytime soon. But he did stick with Weidenfeller during his last season at Dortmund long after it became apparent he was a liability so maybe he has a soft spot for ropey goalkeepers.

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From what I've seen of Klopp so far, just a Liverpool manager, he's on the ball with his decisions. If a player is playing crap, he'll take him off, regardless of who he is...and if a player has performed badly, he won't play him again unless needed. It's not often you get a manager who seems to be seeing the same things as we're all seeing at home.

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From what I've seen of Klopp so far, just a Liverpool manager, he's on the ball with his decisions. If a player is playing crap, he'll take him off, regardless of who he is...and if a player has performed badly, he won't play him again unless needed. It's not often you get a manager who seems to be seeing the same things as we're all seeing at home.

Pretty funny post considering the Mignolet situation.

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Pretty funny post considering the Mignolet situation.

A goalkeeper is a special case. You can't keep chopping and changing every week. Mignolet is a great shot stopper, it's everything else that is the problem. If Klopp can fix that, then who knows. Plus, it's not like he's got a great 2nd choice to put in is it? We'll see how the backup does tonight.

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If we brought in a new goalkeeper next summer and Mignolet hadn't signed a new contract, we'd be in danger of letting him go for a smaller fee.

With a new contract, he'll either be happy to stay and fight for his place (and we'd have a decent no.2 for once) or we'll get a substantial fee for him.

Whatever happens he won't be on crazy wages.

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If we brought in a new goalkeeper next summer and Mignolet hadn't signed a new contract, we'd be in danger of letting him go for a smaller fee.

With a new contract, he'll either be happy to stay and fight for his place (and we'd have a decent no.2 for once) or we'll get a substantial fee for him.

Whatever happens he won't be on crazy wages.

Exactly, it makes perfect business sense to get him under a new contract. Plus it might give him a bit more confidence which is always a good thing.

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