Juergen Klopp says he will put his Liverpool players through a two-week "pre-season" ahead of their Champions League final against Tottenham Hotspur.
• ‘In these moments he is unstoppable. What a strike’• Manager accepts three-goal deficit will be difficult to overturn
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - The Manchester Monarchs says this past season was the hockey team's last. The Monarchs said Wednesday after "many years of investment and financial support," first from the Los Angeles Kings organization and ultimately by an investor group, and after seeking assistance from the city, state and
Liverpool's stunning victory over Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals on Tuesday was made possible by the belief manager Juergen Klopp's has instilled in his squad, according to Jose Mourinho.
Juergen Klopp's Liverpool wrote one of the most amazing chapters in the history of the club's European triumphs with a 4-0 victory over Lionel Messi's Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals on Tuesday that stunned the world of football.
Manchester City retained their Premier League crown on Sunday, pipping Liverpool to the title by a single point, but while the remarkable numbers of this campaign tell their own story this season was about much more than just consistent point accumulation.
Who threw it away? Who won with the last kick? Who moaned?Blackburn were the first club to win the Premier League on the final day of the season. What was the score in their last game of that campaign?West Ham 1-1 BlackburnLiverpool 2–1 BlackburnIpswich Town 1–3 Blackburn Sheffield Wednesday 1-5 Blackburn Manchester City secured the title on the final day in 2012 thanks to Sergio Agüero’s late winner against QPR. Who set up that goal? (It was the only time he ever set up a goal in the Premier...
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LIVERPOOL, England (AP) - Like the rest of the soccer world, Juergen Klopp had his doubts. Given the scenario - the big first-leg deficit, the presence of Lionel Messi on the other side, injuries to important players - the Liverpool manager just wasn't sure, deep down, that his team could
• Klopp says Champions League opponents are ‘brilliant team’• ‘We miss Coutinho a lot,’ Liverpool manager admits
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp believes his team can put their 3-0 Champions League defeat to Barcelona out of mind and focus on winning Saturday's crucial Premier League trip to Newcastle.
It is testament to just how good Man City are that Liverpool still trail them on 91 points with two games to go. Jurgen Klopp's side could win their last two games, finish on 97 points and still not win the league.