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Ferguson feels sympathy for Liverpool over Coutinho saga
    2017-September-1  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

ALEX FERGUSON offered sympathy to Liverpool over the Philippe Coutinho transfer saga.

Coutinho has not featured for Liverpool this season and handed in a transfer request in an attempt to force through a switch to Barcelona.

The 25-year-old is in line to feature in Brazil’s World Cup qualifiers over the coming week. Coutinho’s doctor in Brazil claimed the player was suffering from stress brought about by uncertainty over his future.

“Part of your job as a coach is to educate your players’ character so they have a responsibility to what they’re doing,” Ferguson said at the UEFA Elite Coaches Forum in Nyon on Wednesday.

“I’m sure that, in the case of Liverpool, they did a very good job in making Coutinho the player he is today.

“The recommendation we look at is to close the window before the season starts, so everyone knows which players they’ve got and aren’t waiting to see what the first results are going to be.”(SD-Agencies)

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