How can they have a soft fixture when they have to play everyone again?
4th time under pep we've won 10 in a row. most wins in a calendar year. keep finding new records to break
Deserved a point out of that.
Especially when you start Dan Burn as your central defender in a back 3.
Meh, The quality of the rest Premier League is still not as strong as many think.
The way they are travelling , it's unlikely but possible they don't lose another match for the rest of the league season
Plus their goal difference is almost practically another 3 points in itself
hows that going for Pep in the cl after a billion spent?
You are better than that mate. Klopp's been out of form lately as manager himself in the Premier League
And a few other EPL clubs have spent more than City and Pep in the last couple of years, so we need to stop that lazy narrative now that City and Pep are buying their way to the title again.
He has worked out the other clubs and managers and their formations and gameplan perfectly and does his homework.
Maybe if Klopp had the same level of preparation on his opponents instead of whinging about the schedule and making other excuses, Liverpool might be performing better lately
Hardly, he lost his whole midfieldt to covid for the Spurs game plus Van Dijk and had 10 of the senior squad out. Should have postponed the game really like other clubs have been doing and play it at the end of the season with a proper squad.
The only below par performance is the Leicester game realistically.
Peps spent a billion euros since he joined. He is a great manager but is definitely buying his way to success.
How can he be the GOAT when he has had 8.5 seasons at Bayern and City and no CL?Believe what you want friend, by the time he retires as manager, Pep will be almost universally regarded as the GOAT Gaffer.
It's up to other clubs and managers to try get the most out of their resources and players as Pep has at Citeh.
Investing in proper facilities and youth academy is a big reason why they are now the most powerful club in England (and have been for some time now)