May 25, 2022

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Cardiola describes J ஜூrgen Klopp, the latter responding to him

Cardiola describes J ஜூrgen Klopp, the latter responding to him

Pep Cardiola responded by calling the Spanish player “the best coach in the world” ahead of Sunday’s summit between leaders Manchester City and its guest Liverpool. In English Premier League football, this season may be the exception in defining the identity of the hero.
Both teams enter the match at the “Al Ittihad” ground, and City lead its opponent by one point in eight stages before the end of the league.

Both teams have competed several times in recent years for the local title, and this time around it doesn’t seem to be any different.
“In the last five years, they have been the biggest competitors,” Cardiola told a news conference on the sidelines of the summit. “Jurgen, as a coach, is the biggest competitor of my life and I think both teams are good for football,” he added.

“Except for the year (2018) when we got 100 points, the others (years) were close. I hope they think about it for us just because they’re a good team,” said the coach who led City to three leagues. Degrees in the last four years.
“I will remember the time I spent here, and when I retire and play golf, I will definitely remember my biggest rival, Liverpool,” said Cardiola, who faced Klopp when he coached Bayern Munich in Germany. Dortmund.

For his part, Globe, who led Liverpool to the league title in 2020, ended his thirty-year fast for the team, saying, “Pep is the best coach in the world. I think we all agree that this is probably a coincidence. Things have not happened in the Champions League yet.”

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“If anyone doubts him, I do not know how it will happen,” he added, referring to some criticism that Cardiola has not won the Champions League since leaving Barcelona, ​​with whom he won the Continental title in 2009 and 2011. .


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