The 24-year-old attacker joined Liverpool in a £40 million move from Arsenal last month. I actually don't know, it's a bit tricky on the wings to play for Liverpool and as a No.10 - Coutinho is back.
That's the beauty of this Liverpool team: you can be one of four attacking positions, everywhere except striker, and have that attacking-midfielder influence.
Martin Keown has insisted that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has no more excuses following his move to Anfield and has identified two Liverpool players in risk of making way for him.
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If Brown doesn't make an end zone appearance this weekend, the perennial Pro Bowler will have plenty of opportunities this season. One rule they used to tell me - kill the head and the body's dead. "If it was me, that's the way I would feel about it".
Scroll through the gallery above to see how Philippe Coutinho and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could fit into Liverpool's starting line-up this weekend against Manchester City. "I'm delighted that I finally got the opportunity to".
The Brazilian playmaker - who was a target for Barcelona during the transfer window - has yet to play for the Reds this season due to injuries and illness.
"Even when he was at [Borussia] Dortmund, you see these things from the outside when you look at managers and the way they work", he added.
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Miami is a major hub for American, which had canceled almost 460 flights nationwide Friday, according to FlightAware . But she hasn't gotten much further than cots the Miami International Airport set up in the 4th floor auditorium.
"He can see players love to play for him, there's a love, a togetherness".
In a twist of irony, Oxlade-Chamberlain was named on the bench for Liverpool's clash with City at the Etihad on Saturday afternoon. This was the hardest decision I've ever had to make. You also talk about the stuff you didn't have at Arsenal, apparently.
Yet the manager hailed that "even when he's not physically in the best shape he's still hard-working" and that in recent weeks "everything came back" and he "played brilliant football".
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Sean Dyche insists that his players won't underestimate Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon as they welcome Frank De Boer's side. It's been a really different style to the way I've played before and that's because of the quality I have in my team here.
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