Liverpool has delivered many positive results in the pre-season, but the coach Jurgen Klopp is not happy with the shape his players are in ahead of the start of the season and reckons the fitness of the squad has to go up by one or two notches and so has the endurance ability. Liverpool has to play one more pre-season game before they start their Premier league campaign and Klopp has all his players at his disposal now with Dejan Lovren joining the squad as well.
Liverpool takes on West Ham United in their first match in the top flight this season and then they will have a seven day off before they return to action again on next Monday.
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Liverpool finally succeeding in their attempt to qualify for the final stages of the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League, with the English club having done a fairly impressive job as they are competing in Group E along with: Sevilla, FC Spartak Moskva and NK Maribor.
Out of the 5 UEFA Champions League qualifying matches that Liverpool had played prior to last night, they managed to collect 9 points with 2 triumphs and 3 draws which put them at the top of the group. Sevilla is in 2nd place with 8 points and FC Spartak Moskva is in 3rd with 6 points. Continue reading Liverpool on the Attack
It’s believed that Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp is currently monitoring the youth team of Barcelona as the German manager has already identified a players that have the potential to succeed in the Premier League and Klopp is rumored to be interested in signing a few of those players in the near future.
Jurgen Klopp wants to add more youth to his squad and it appears like there are a few players in the Barcelona B squad that have caught his attention and rumors have recently been stating that Klopp has already ordered some of his staff members to keep a close eye on the training grounds and development of Barcelona’s youth academy, whether or not this is actually true is something that remains to be confirmed. Continue reading Klopp keeping close eye on Barcelona’s B squad