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Liverpool got Fabinho intensified injury due to hamstring problem not as bad as previously thought / Allan from Everton to replace on Brazilian side


Liverpool got Fabinho intensified injury due to hamstring problem not as bad as previously thought / Allan from Everton to replace on Brazilian side

Encouraging news

When Fabinho was due to fly out against Midtjylland, Jurgen Klopp's setback seemed to continue. The German has already lost Virgil van Dyck and Thiago plus Joel Matip is still returning from the hit.

This meant that in the upcoming match against West Ham, the dilemma of choosing a center-back arose. Fabinho, who replaced the Dutchman, feared that he had torn his hamstring, which meant a long stay on the side lines.

However, according to the latest reports, this disease is not as bad as it was thought. Instead of a nightmarish rupture, grade 3 trauma ranges from grade 1 to grade 2. This means that Fabinho's return may take weeks, not months.

Fabinho will still miss Liverpool's key games against West Ham and Atalanta ahead of the epic clash with Manchester City. Liverpool have already lost several points this season. A defeat to City could seriously undermine the club's title hopes this season.

Allan comes

Brazilian midfielder Allan has moved to Everton from Napoli to reunite with former Napoli coach Carlo Ancelotti. Since then, he has helped Everton launch a brilliant Premier League campaign. Toffee's last defeat at Southampton was their first of the season.

Allan's performances justified the meager £ 21m fee the club paid the Italian side for his services.

Allan will also replace the injured Fabinho with the Brazilian national team joining teammate Richarlison. The 29-year-old spoke in a recent interview about how highly he values Ancelotti and how the Italian gets results from the team.

Liverpool got Fabinho intensified injury due to hamstring problem not as bad as previously thought / Allan from Everton to replace on Brazilian side

GENOA, GE - NOV 10: Marquez Allan of Napoli and Daniel Bessa of Genoa compete for the ball during the Serie A match between Genoa CFC and SSC Napoli at the Luigi Ferraris Stadium on November 10, 2018 in Genoa, Italy. (Photo by Paolo Rattini / Getty Images)

“I think I call him a professor because of the way he reads the game, how he prepares for the games, and what his relationship with the players is,” Allan said.

“He is a maestro, and if you look at his history and successes in the game, it speaks for itself. He has won wherever he has been, and he is the type of person who deserves the best words to describe him. "

“In Italy, we tended to call the coach 'mister', which is common for all coaches, but Carlo Ancelotti is a great guy, a really high-class coach who manages to make all the players happy, motivated and happy. "

Everton hope to return to victory on Sunday, transferring to Newcastle at 14:00.

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