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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wants electric Anfield for Boxing Day visit of Newcastle

Post by chanoudom » Wed Dec 26, 2018 12:48 am

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wants electric Anfield for Boxing Day visit of Newcastle

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has warned Newcastle to expect a red-hot atmosphere at Anfield on Boxing Day. sb0bet Klopp's Liverpool side must beat Newcastle to ensure they remain top of the Premier League table heading into 2019 and their visit to champions Manchester City on January 3, live and exclusive on Sky Sports. Liverpool are the only unbeaten team left in Britain but Klopp says he is not taking Newcastle lightly, even though the Boxing Day visitors have lost half of their 18 Premier League matches this season."Wednesday is a very important game," Klopp said."Everybody is in a Christmas mood apart from us. We are not in a Christmas mood.

"Everyone in England wants Boxing Day games. That is good, but then don't be in the Christmas mood on the 26th. And come in for this one-and-a-half hours and give all that you have, because we need again an exceptional atmosphere to beat a very difficult-to-beat team."We can't take anything for granted. sb0bet We can't look at our points and their amount of points. If you think that - that is when things go wrong. It can still go wrong - that is how life is - but we have to be focused, we all have to be focused, not nervous."Liverpool sit four points clear of City at the top of the table and look a completely different proposition to the side that finished fourth in the Premier League last season.

And although the Reds suffered heartbreak in last season's Champions League final, losing 3-1 to Real Madrid, Klopp hopes the defeat gives his side the hunger to keep their Premier League title hopes alive"We smelt a little bit last year how it could be," Klopp said. sb0bet "We were close a few times, that's how it is."But let's try it again. Let's try and be as successful as possible, and you cannot in any sport in the world be successful without any kind of hunger. It's not possible."But there is no pressure. I don't see the pressure. The pressure is to win against Newcastle, which is difficult enough. There is no extra pressure on us because of a four-point gap."

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Dele Alli says Tottenham got 'carried away' before Wolves defeatDele Alli says Tottenham got 'carried away' before Wolve

Post by chanoudom » Sun Jan 06, 2019 2:59 am

Dele Alli says Tottenham got 'carried away' before Wolves defeat

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Dele Alli วิธี แทง บอล believes Tottenham were guilty of getting "carried away" after briefly moving second in the Premier League at the end of 2018. Spurs overtook Manchester City on Boxing Day with a 5-0 win over Bournemouth to move to within six points of league leaders Liverpool. However, three days later Tottenham's title aspirations were dealt a hammer blow when Wolves came from behind to win 3-1 at Wembley.When asked what Mauricio Pochettino told his players after the defeat, Alli said: "I don't think he needed to say too much, to be honest. As players we were disappointed.

"We had been in great form before that and maybe we got a little bit carried away with ourselves."They're a fantastic team and maybe we just thought we would win the game (against Wolves), but you can't do that if you want to win things and be a top, top team."You have to be clinical and ruthless in every game and you can't afford to take your foot off the gas and วิธี แทง บอล we all had a look at ourselves after and we know we can't let that happen."Spurs bounced back from the Wolves defeat with a 3-0 win over Cardiff on New Year's Day, before Alli captained the side to a 7-0 win away at Tranmere Rovers in the third round of the FA Cup on Friday.

"With the games coming so quickly, it's a good thing when you lose a game to have a game a few days after because all you want to do is get back out there and make things right," said Alli."You can't afford to dwell on it or let it knock your confidence because that's วิธี แทง บอล when things can take a turn for the worse."You've got to turn over quickly and make sure you're switched on for the next game."Tottenham next face Chelsea in the first leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final on Tuesday, live on Sky Sports, and Pochettino could be tempted into rotating his squad with Spurs still fighting on four fronts this season.

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Chris Hughton says Virgil van Dijk can be one of Premier League's best defenders

Post by chanoudom » Fri Jan 11, 2019 3:00 am

Chris Hughton says Virgil van Dijk can be one of Premier League's best defenders

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Chris Hughton says Virgil van Dijk's performances maxbet for Liverpool put him on par with the best centre-backs in Premier League history. But the Brighton boss believes Van Dijk must sustain his form over a longer period of time to cement a place among the division's all-time greats. Netherlands international Van Dijk - a one-time transfer target for Albion - has helped transform Jurgen Klopp's side into genuine title contenders following a £75m move from Southampton last January.

The 27-year-old visits the Amex Stadium on Saturday with the table-topping Merseyside club bidding to increase their four-point lead over champions Manchester City.Asked if Van Dijk deserves to be talked about in the same breath as the likes of John Terry, Sol Campbell and Rio Ferdinand, Hughton replied: "Is he that level of player? Yes of course, I've no doubt maxbet he is when you look at the qualities he's got."The other players we've mentioned have done it over a long period. If you're asking me if he's at their level as a player, then the answer is yes.

"But if you're talking about an influence on our game and the history they have, then of course they've done it for a longer time and he hasn't."Brighton - then managed by Gus Poyet - attempted to sign Van Dijk from Dutch club Groningen in January 2013, seeing two bids rejected. maxbet The player joined Celtic in the summer of that year and, after moving on to St Mary's for a reported £13m in September 2015, increased his value significantly before arriving at Anfield.

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