The 27 year old liverpool midfielder has been left devastated after the passing of his father Joao Roberto.Jurgen Klopp will make a big decision today whether to include Fabinho on today's league match against Burnley after the death of his father.Joao Roberto passed on Friday evening after suffering for a short illness.Its believed that Fabinho will not travel with the team and Jurgen Klopp may fancy playing the same midfielders that he played against Norwich on match day one.Naby Keita, Alexander Oxlade Chamberlain and James Milner started in the heart of the midfield with absence of Fabinho who was on his break after winning the Olympics with Brazil some few weeks ago.Jurgen Klopp had this to say after hearing the news about Fabinho."It's a private situation. Fab is here and is doing what he is able to do. "We gave him our condolences. We all feel for him and are with him. We gave him all the warmth we have at this moment. The rest is private."Liverpoolhas suffered this year as their goalkeeper Allison Becker lost his father in January after he drowned in water.Allison missed two premier league matches due to his father's death.while Klopp too suffered the loss of his mother, Elisabeth, in January.Let wish Fabinho's family the best time during this hard times.Don't forget to subscribe for more football news and trending updates.
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