Andy Robertson praises 'calm' Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool recapture form

Paola Ditto
Febbraio 12, 2019

In turn, all four corners of the ground stood and cheered, it was Klopp's heavy metal football at its finest, and it sent a message to Manchester City, highlighting just what this team is capable off.

Their win over Bournemouth at the weekend looks to have re-energised Jürgen Klopp's side and there's not one game, looking at the games, ahead they should fear.

"Liverpool are a very good side and they will realise they are in for a major battle". With so few points being dropped at all, the five between Liverpool and Spurs looks significant.

The rise of Birmingham City has coincided with the appointment of Garry Monk in early April past year.

It will be because of these games (and squad depth) that they are not champions this season and that will be a shame. He is standing up.

Trent is a boyhood Red, raised in West Derby, who knows how much bringing a first Premier League title to Merseyside means to the city, and how hard it has been in those fallow years since 1990. That's what they're looking at.

Liverpool are now second in the table, behind Manchester City on goal difference. They still have that chance, but it has become a lot more hard in the last week. You could see at the beginning of the season we have improved.

The month of January has only emphasised the rollercoaster ride of the title race, but with 12 games to go, Liverpool showed against Bournemouth that they are a side that have learned from recent mistakes and most importantly, a team that are coming back into form at the most pivotal of times. Both Alisson and Robertson clearly love the noise and colour inside Anfield, and you can tell having a positive, supportive set of fans will go a long way in this title race.

"I remember those first years going for titles and the weight of expectation and thinking "we have to try to get over the line" and you carry it with you every minute of every day". That's where you need experience. In the end I was vomiting and everyone was a little bit scared.

"But I don't think it was because of the Champions League".

That should have been no surprise; all three average well in excess of two points per game, with at least 20 wins each from their 26 or 27 league fixtures so far this term. Yeah, I think they were in the areas that mattered.

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