27 Apr You are never discriminated against Barcelona, states Liverpool boss Klopp
Liverpool director Jurgen Klopp claims that the”cool thing” about his side playing Barcelona is they will never be contemplated favourites.
The Merseyside team are seeking to reach back-to-back Champions League finals but might need to negotiate a last-four connect together with the Catalan giants to achieve that.
Klopp is excited about the chance of confronting La Liga’s leaders to the first time in his profession, having already come up against the likes of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich many times.
“I’ve played against Real Madrid many times, but not in Barcelona,” he informed DAZN.
“You wish to discover what’s possible. The neat thing about Barcelona is that you are never a favorite. To take care of the function, maybe to do things differently than many others, that is attractive, even when I haven’t made any concrete ideas about it however.
“After we were in Barcelona using Liverpool on that a Christmas trip, at a match against Gladbach. However, to have noticed that this is merely a stadium rather than a temple, which was certainly significant”
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Liverpool and Tottenham have attained the Champions League semi-finals, while Chelsea and Arsenal are at the Europa League past four and Klopp considers English football is enjoying a golden period.
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“Generally speaking, a couple of large clubs are making a larger shift. Real Madrid have marketed Cristiano [Ronaldo], Bayern Munich do a staff change also,” he added.
“That is likely to be the same along with different clubs in the not too distant future. In England, the best four have an excellent age structure. And needless to say, there are a couple different reasons why there are a whole lot of great footballers around here in England.
“English football is great, the federal team also, the top half are very good – but that is never an assurance for the future”