Matches and Training Too, He Demands Lots - Liverpool Star On Jurgen Klopp

Annette Crawford
October 11, 2018

Who has disappointed? And who is going to end the season as champions? "We have to all keep going and now it is internationals".

Here's what the former Southampton and England striker had to say.

A future Liverpool midfield of Fabinho, Naby Keita and Rabiot could be outstanding for Liverpool, and there are few midfielders that could represent a bargain as impressive as Rabiot, whilst Liverpool are no strangers to pre-contract agreements having signed Joel Matip in a similar way in 2016. I'd say the ones that have disappointed have been Manchester United, and to a certain extent, Tottenham.

He added: "I still think Manchester City will win the title". And we hope that they come back healthy and play these easy competitions, the Premier League, the Champions League and all this.

"I think I will go with Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Spurs for the top four", Le Tissier told Sky Sports.

I'm back into the routine of training and playing games, getting prepared mentally and physically for games and I've played a part in nearly all the matches this season so I'm feeling really good and confident and I want to keep that going all season.

"Chelsea have just sneaked in there". The form of Eden Hazard is a big factor in what they're doing.

"I was proud to see the lads do really well and see how proud the country was of the boys".

"They were very impressive, kept the ball well, controlled the game from a possession point of view, and just looked a lot more unsafe".

"I don't exactly know what you can win, but there is some final next summer or something so. that's it".

'They have so much quality and strength in depth and over the course of the season that will give them the edge.

"I've been playing a little bit more and that's important, because it's important to adapt on the pitch by playing matches".

Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola took responsibility for placing his trust in Riyad Mahrez as the Algerian's missed penalty five minutes from time cost City victory in a disappointing 0-0 draw at Liverpool. "We made it hard for them and they made it hard for us at times".

Arsenal are on a nine-match unbeaten streak and going into the winter session, Unai Emery will surely be hoping that his team can challenge for the Premier League title.

'I don't think they will win it by 19 points again like last season but I'd expect Man City to win it by a handful of points'.

Who will make top four?

Liverpool remain level on points with Chelsea and City at the top of the Premier League table ahead of the global break, after a gruelling run of matches.

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