Is Tomorrow's game, "Too Big" to throw Kabak Muhammed in.??
By RetlaWalter | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 62 views
Lets see whether the Anfield faithful are in agreement with Carragher regarding the selection of Muhammed Kabak against premier league pace makers.
Ozan Muhammed Kabak who has been newly signed in on loan to the Liverpool football club, was recommended by former Huddersfield town manager David Wagner who coached him at Schalke and also worked with the current liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.
Before joining Schalke, Kabak played for Stuttgart and won the German top fight's Rookie of the year 2018-19 season despite the club being relegated.
Kabak who completed a February 1 loan with Anfield from Schalke 04, is now eligible for selection.
When asked whether he would be prepared to play Kabak against Manchester City tomorrow, Klopp told a press conference: "I don't know. "
With our situation we will see who can play again, who can not and who should not or who should play again. Lets wait and see for the anticipated game tomorrow.
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