Jurgen Klopp: 'Liverpool will not spend big on new players'

Share

So yes, we can go all the way but you've got to be lucky and good along the way. When we are in these positions, there are not many complaints.

"We've shown against PSG that on any given day we can beat a top team", he said (via the Guardian).

Fulham have played eight matches against the current top six in the Premier League this season and lost every one of them.

"For those anxious about the size of the task facing Ole and his team, remember how we were written off completely at the time of the draw with Paris Saint-Germain". Porto last won the title in 2004.

MANCHESTER, March 16 ― Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes that the club's achievements in the Champions League will ultimately determine if his stint in England has been a success.

Liverpool fans still shudder when they think back to this infamous date: 27th April 2014. The rattled Reds then blew a 3-0 lead in their following fixture against Crystal Palace, and City went on to snatch the title.

Instead, they played with a style akin to their elite continental rivals and were patient, believing that they would take their chances and progress - which, with the greater space on offer at the Allianz, is what Liverpool did.

A nerve-tingling afternoon awaits, for both sides.

Tottenham will host Man City in the first leg on April 9, which could be played at Wembley Stadium or at the north London club's soon-to-be-completed new arena.

Manchester United will face Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals while Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur clash in an all-Premier League tie following Friday's draw.

Home teams dominated again in Week 30, winning seven of the 10 matches.

They are going to be sick of the sight of each other.

Toughest game: Take your pick.

Real Madrid won the Champions League last season.

They got off to an very bad start when Kolo Toure comically put through his own net to give Fulham the lead before Liverpool equalised on 41 minutes through Daniel Sturridge.

The Derby was originally scheduled for this upcoming weekend but it's been tantalisingly moved to a midweek vacancy in April under the famous Old Trafford lights. A huge test against the title chasers but Chelsea will hope Jurgen Klopp's side get distracted by the Champions League quarter-final against Porto that falls either side of their game.

Share