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LIVERPOOL, England -- Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has expressed his frustration at his team having to play two Premier League matches inside 48 hours over the holiday period, suggesting such fixture congestion is to blame for Englands poor results at major tournaments.Liverpool is scheduled to play Manchester City at 5.30 p.m. local time on Dec. 31 and then Sunderland away at 3 p.m. on Jan 2.Klopp said he cannot believe the schedule, adding at a news conference: Forty-eight hours between two games -- how does this work? And then you will sit there and say, `You didnt perform too well, how did this happen? or `Injuries. Oh?England is the only big league in Europe not to have a winter break.Klopp says everyone is asking, `Why England is not too successful in big tournaments? Ask what other big countries are doing at this time. They have their legs on the sofa and are watching English football. Discont Nike Air Max Shoes Cheap . PETERSBURG, Fla. Cheap Air Max Discount . 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Heres a look at some programs that feature at least two Division I transfers who begin playing for their new teams this season:GONZAGAGonzaga has added a pair of former Pac-12 guards in Jordan Mathews (California) and Nigel Williams-Goss (Washington) and also brought in forward Johnathan Williams from Missouri. Mathews, a 6-foot-4 graduate transfer, has scored at least 13.5 points per game each of the last two seasons. He made a team-high 89 3-pointers for Cal last year. Williams-Goss sat out last season after averaging 15.6 points and 5.9 assists for Washington in 2014-15. Williams also didnt play last season, but the 6-9 forward had 11.9 points and 7.1 rebounds per game in 2014-15 to lead Missouri in both categories.MARQUETTEMarquettes newcomers include former UNLV and Southern California guard Katin Reinhardt and former UNC Asheville guard Andrew Rowsey. Reinhardt, a 6-6 graduate transfer, began his college career at UNLV and averaged 11.4 points for Southern California last season. Rowsey, who sat out last season, led the Big South with 20.3 points per game in 2013-14 and finished third in the conference with 19.2 points per game in 2014-15. Rowsey, who is 5-10, ranked third among all Division I players in free-throw percentage (.921) and sank 102 3-pointers in 2014-15.MISSISSIPPIThe Rebels backcourt features Deandre Burnett from Miami and Cullen Neal from New Mexico. Burnett, who sat out last season, averaged 7 points per game in a reserve role for Miami in 2014-15. Neal, a graduate transfer, had 12.3 points and 3.7 assists per game last season while playing for his fatheer.dddddddddddd. Neal is the son of New Mexico coach Craig Neal. Burnett is 6-2 and Neal is 6-4.SYRACUSESyracuses roster includes former Arkansas-Little Rock and Colorado State guard John Gillon as well as former Kansas and Nebraska guard Andrew White III. Both are graduate transfers. Gillon, who is 6 foot, had 13.2 points and 3.8 assists per game for Colorado State last season. He spent two years at Colorado State after playing one season at Arkansas-Little Rock. White, who is 6-7, averaged 16.6 points and 5.9 rebounds for Nebraska last season after spending two years at Kansas.TEXAS TECHTexas Tech has three graduate transfers with forward Thomas Brandsma coming over from Arkansas-Little Rock, forward Anthony Livingston arriving from Arkansas State and guard Giovanni McLean coming from Quinnipiac. Livingston ranked seventh in the Sun Belt in scoring (15.5) and second in rebounds (9.4) last season. McLean averaged 12.7 points and 3.3 assists for Quinnipiac in 2015-16. Brandsma redshirted last season at Arkansas-Little Rock, where he played for new Texas Tech coach Chris Beard.XAVIERXavier has added forward RaShid Gaston from Norfolk State and guard Malcolm Bernard from Florida A&M. 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