Star forward likely to miss Manchester United's clash against high-flying Liverpool
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Jan 19, 2020,
Jan 19, 2020, 0:25
But, speaking of neutrality in these areas, I can attest that it will not only be Irish Reds of two beliefs who will be interested on Sunday.
"We don't think about being unbeaten until the end of the season".
United go into play against Liverpool to continue to secure a place in the top 4.
Rooney, 34, became United's all-time record scorer during his incredible 13 years at Old Trafford.
But Klopp believes times have changed so much it is impossible to dominate like United did across the 1990s and early 2000s and Liverpool managed in the 1970s and '80s. After this City title, the club will have to wait 44 years before claiming its next one, with permission from AguerOH!
"I don't read these things". "When you play for this club, you have be motivated to play every single game and fighting for every trophy we can play for".
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This is precisely where I am, and I suspect many others, in 2020. "I could almost walk on water", Klopp said. There is Alexander-Arnold and Robertson, the most influential double defensive act in the industry.
Van Dijk, who was runner-up to Lionel Messi for the Ballon d'Or last month, has been instrumental in the Reds' success since his £75m arrival from Southampton.
Klopp, 52, has been the team's manager since 2015.
Peter Crouch believes that Liverpool will be too strong for Manchester United at the weekend and expects them to pick up a win.
"What Klopp is achieving at Anfield is more a triumph of coaching and management, aided by skilled recruitment, than the flexing of financial muscle". "I have no clue if there were any problems between Liverpool and Newcastle in the past but it felt like they not only wanted to win the game but to stop us being champions".
"All I want for Manchester United is to finish in the top four".
They will get the chance to close that on Sunday, but face the toughest of tests in their next outing against title-chasing Liverpool.