Then, just one day after theSept. 11 attacks, I noticed doggerel scrawled by a finger on a dusty window near Ground Zero. Someone needed to write it. By the end of that horrible week in 2001, poems by E.E. Cummings were taped to light posts around Greenwich Village. Acclaimed poets like Breyten Breytenbach and Seamus Heaney responded to those events with their pens, but so did millions of amateurs worldwide. Sept. 11 is a sobering example poetry, the deepest of emotional wells, was precious in that moment of national grief. But everything has changed turned out to be an empty promise.
The Belgian had coped well in early Premier League fixtures, as well as Liverpool's EFL Cup clashes with Burton Albion , Tottenham Hotspur and Derby County , conceding just once in those three games, and had maintained a consummate, professional attitude off the field, too. With Karius committing high-profile errors against both Bournemouth and West Ham United , letting in six goals over ชุดเครื่องนอน 4 ฟุต the two games, Klopp may well have just opted for a changejust as he would with any other position across the pitch. Jan Kruger/Getty Images Mignolet performed excellently against Middlesbrough. However, the trip to Middlesbrough did, on paper, present Karius with a good chance to respond: Karanka's side had scored the fewest goals in the Premier League, with 13 in 15 ผ้าปูที่นอน games, with only six of those coming at home, and the German would likely have enjoyed a quiet night. Nevertheless, Mignolet produced an excellent display at the Riverside, making three fine stops in the first half to help weather the stormincluding a strong save at his near post to deny Viktor Fischerand providing a confident presence with Middlesbrough sending 15 crosses into the box. On his return to the starting lineup, Mignolet kept his 50th clean sheet for the club, and with the 28-year-old excelling after his recall, it remains to be seen where Klopp and Karius go from here. The former Germany under-21 international looked far from content on the substitutes' bench, with broadcasters catching a prolonged glare at Klopp as he sat behind his manager in the dugout. Tweet But it may be a position he is forced to get used to for the time being, as Klopp told reporters after the game. "Loris is very young and a great talent and everything will be very good in the end," he said, "but there is no time-frame for when he will be back." Mignolet is likely to continue for Liverpool's upcoming Premier League clashes with Everton (December 19), Stoke City (December 27) and Manchester City (December 31), with Klopp looking to preserve his side's push at the top end of the table. Julian Finney/Getty Images Karius will now have to remain patient and fight for his chance.
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