After the death of Fabinho’s father, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp delivers a statement.
Fabinho, a Liverpool player, has lost his father, according to his partner Rebeca Tavares.
Following the unfortunate passing of Fabinho’s father, Jurgen Klopp has expressed his condolences on behalf of the entire Liverpool team. Rebeca Tavares, Fabinho’s partner, confirmed the tragic news to fans on social media on Friday morning, and the Brazilian is now expected to miss Saturday’s match against Burnley (12:30pm).
Following the death of Alisson’s father earlier this year, the Liverpool squad has been shocked by such devastating news for the second time in as many months.
Jose Agostinho Becker, the goalkeeper’s father, perished in a dam near his vacation house in Lavras do Sul.
After missing Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Sheffield United, the Reds gave their captain some time away from the field to grieve.
Klopp has made it clear that Fabinho’s privacy would be respected, implying that he will leave it up to the player to decide on his availability for Burnley’s visit this weekend.
“This is a personal matter. Klopp stated, “He’s here and doing what he can.”
“We all care for him and are rooting for him. We gave him all of the warmth we could muster at the time.
“We sent our condolences and all the love we could to his family. The rest is off limits.”
“Morning y’all,” Fabinho’s companion Tavares tweeted this morning. Those who have inquired on Instagram…. Fabinho’s father passed away. “He will be much missed.”
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Later, she paid tribute to Joao Roberto and promised to look after his son, Fabinho.
“That smile and that passion will always be remembered, Father-in-law,” Tavares wrote.
“I thank God for the opportunity to meet you. Your grandchildren will be able to identify the grandfather they grew up with.
“I adore you.” [Fabinho] will be well taken care of by me.”
Good morning, everyone.
Those who have inquired on Instagram…. Fabinho’s father passed away. He will be greatly missed. pic.twitter.com/xUmof1AQLZ
Last Saturday, Fabinho came off the bench in a 3-0 triumph over Norwich on the season’s first day.
Following his participation in this summer’s Copa America with Brazil, Liverpool’s ‘Lighthouse’ has been gradually increasing his fitness.
Klopp may now be compelled to start tomorrow’s match against the Clarets, which he was expecting to start. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”