Lack of mangle hurts England

The bustling report of a Premier League hurts England’s chances in vital tournaments, says Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

The German praised England’s stream organisation as “really talented”, though pronounced a miss of a winter mangle in a nation would count opposite them during Euro 2016.

“You have too many games, that’s for sure,” Klopp told Football Focus. “You have no break, too many tournaments.

“I consider everybody knows that’s not a approach [to be successful].”

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp

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Jurgen Klopp: English clubs play ‘too many games’

The 48-year-old added: “Everybody thinks [manager] Roy [Hodgson] should lead these boys to a title, they have unequivocally good players.

“But they’ve had no mangle for one year. All a other teams have. You can be [successful] though it’s most harder.”

England have not reached a semi-finals during any of their past 8 vital tournaments, and were

knocked out during a organisation stage

of a 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Klopp combined that a tie report in domestic football has also contributed to a new struggles of English clubs in a Champions League, Europe’s chosen competition.

“There are reasons because a large English clubs in a final few years were not that successful,” he said. “You have too many tournaments.”

Klopp’s Liverpool side face 3 matches in 8 days over Christmas and New Year, starting opposite warn Premier League leaders Leicester during Anfield on 26 December.

Mini pre-season for Sturridge

Daniel Sturridge

Daniel Sturridge has done only 5 joining appearances for Liverpool this season

Klopp reliable that Daniel Sturridge is now doing “a small pre-season” as he works towards recuperating from a hamstring injury.

The England striker is not approaching to be fit until mid-January after straining his flesh opposite Newcastle on 6 December.

“He will do this for seven, eight, 9 days and afterwards we will see,” pronounced Klopp.

Watch a full talk on Football Focus, Boxing Day, 12:25 GMT on BBC One.

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