Jordan Rossiter injury angers Liverpool staff

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Liverpool staff are angry with the way midfielder Jordan Rossiter was treated by England Under-19 boss Aidy Boothroyd after the talented teenager returned to Merseyside with a hamstring injury. 

This has been reported by the Liverpool Echo, who claim that the club are furious with the Football Association’s handling of Rossiter, who has established himself as a first-team squad player at Anfield in the early stages of the season. 

Incredibly, the 18-year-old played the full 90 minutes three times in just five days as the young Three Lions picked up seven points in the Euro 2016 qualifying event.


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The same report goes on to reveal that the club aren't entirely sure when the player will return to action, but he will definitely miss tomorrow's Premier League fixture against Tottenham in north London. 

German coach Jurgen Klopp is set to take charge of the Reds for the first time at White Hart Lane, but will be without a number of players for the showdown. 

Testing time 

One thing is for sure, Klopp has endured a tricky start to his Liverpool career and he's yet to even take to the dugout. 

With the duo of Joe Gomez and Danny Ings set for lengthy spells on the sidelines, and a number of other first-team stars doubtful for tomorrow's game, Klopp will have some important decisions to make ahead of what's set to be a tricky game for the Reds. 

Liverpool fans: do you expect your side to secure all three points against Spurs? Have your say below! 

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