We Will Fight For Title With Every Fibre - Jurgen Klopp

We Will Fight For Title With Every Fibre - Jurgen Klopp

"I've played at grounds where it can feel intimidating and the noise is that loud and they're getting behind the home team..." As well as helping the players out, it probably has an adverse effect on the opponents.

"Is it interesting for me?"

"The atmosphere at Anfield in that run-in was epic". That was what everything was about when you were a player.

Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jordan Henderson and Gini Wijnaldum are all back training with the first team - although the game may come too soon for all three to be considered in the starting line up.

The Cherries, 10th in the standings, have established themselves as top-flight mainstays under the tutelage of Eddie Howe.

Just only, interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was announced as the Premier League manager of the month after successfully going unbeaten since taking over the job from sacked manager Jose Mourinho in December a year ago.

"It's a great infrastructure Eddie Howe has got down there and the recruitment has been brilliant".

Otherwise, a loss could see them drop to the sixth position at the worst, should Manchester United and Arsenal win their respective games during the gameweek.

"He [Howe] has done a fantastic job and it's going to be a very hard game for us".

"They will still pose a threat to City's title bid, though".

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"For us, Jurgen is the best person that could possibly be there".

Manchester City host Chelsea, who inflicted the first league defeat of the season on the champions when beating them 2-0 at Stamford Bridge in December. We built a really strong squad but it's a squad built for the future and not only this season. "We work on the Bayern game [for his return], as you can imagine, but we don't know exactly".

"I was at the Leicester game last week and I felt a nervousness (around the stadium) after about 15-20 minutes".

"So Jurgen Klopp has lost that shield a little bit and even Virgil van Dijk has started to look a little bit ordinary because there are so many different people around him". If we want to be part of that tight race, we can not change that, or offer something else.

That information, however, will not form any part of the pre-match preparations for the Reds, according to Lallana.

"I don't think anybody thought we would be top of the league, 12 points clear with three games to go at the end of April".

"The good news is we are still in there, but the only chance to improve is by winning football games".

"Chelsea were hanging on at times at 1-0, and if they go to the Etihad and play like they have away from home against some of the big sides, they'll get blown away", Redknapp told Sky Sports.

"Large pushes" that can be positively impacted from the stands.

"It always worked out pretty well for me as a manager when I had the opportunity to do it, to be 100 per cent focused, have a couple of meetings".

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