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Jurgen Klopp threatens to quit Carabao Cup over fixture congestion

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Jurgen Klopp threatens to quit Carabao Cup over fixture congestion

Jurgen Klopp threatens to quit Carabao Cup over fixture congestion

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has threatened to quit the Carabao Cup if the EFL do not accommodate their packed fixture schedule.

A 5-4 penalty shootout win over Arsenal, after a crazy, thrilling 5-5 draw at Anfield in which Divock Origi scored his second of the game to equalise in the fourth minute of added time, put the Reds into the quarter-finals.

Match dates for the last-eight round are scheduled for the week commencing December 16 – when Liverpool will be in Qatar at the FIFA Club World Cup.

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