According to the Reds manager, Jurgen Klopp, he just wants to win trophies and he won’t prioritize one over another.
Liverpool and Chelsea are set to play in the UEFA Super Cup tomorrow night.
And for Reds boss Jurgen Klopp, he doesn’t prioritize any trophy over others and has warned his players to play their best.
“Unfortunately, I’m not good enough to decide that,” he said according to Goal.
“I have to take what I can get.”
“Last year we won the Champions League and didn’t win the Premier League. We only try to win the next football game, and that’s tomorrow night,” he added.
“I’m not a genius, so I take what I can get, but I cannot decide.”
“They have a clear way of playing,” he said.
“It’s a football-playing side, it’s flexible, they have different formations and stuff like this and I like what I saw, to be honest, but yes, they lost 4-0 – that’s then a really hard lesson.”
“United was pretty clinical and that’s how football can be, but of course we don’t have lesser respect because they lost 4-0 against Man United. No, it’s the other way around – especially in the first 60 minutes they were just really good,” he commented.
“They are a good football team and we use three games and try to make the right conclusion of that and do the right things in the game.”
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) August 13, 2019