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Digger: Klopp doesn't need silverware this season

14 September 2018

After a summer spending spree which saw Liverpool bring in several fresh faces, the general consensus is that the reds can mount a genuine title challenge under Jurgen Klopp this season.

The following season, Kane led Tottenham through a hard group containing both Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund to reach the knockout stage for the first time since 2011, finishing with seven goals in seven appearances.

"I'm not interested in how badly Manchester United are doing, or anybody else". I never really enjoyed them and I don't think many players do. They have won all 4 of their opening Premier League fixtures.

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On Kane, Berbatov added: "There's been talk about Harry Kane "struggling" but what do people expect him to do? Fly?"

A goal against Inter on Tuesday would see him equal the record for the fastest player to reach 10 Champions League goals, matching Adriano, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino on 11 appearances - and given his deadly record in the competition, only a fool would bet against it. He's scored a couple of goals, is still the main man for Spurs and England and he has great quality.

'I knew the coach before. He is a position at the club where he is able to do that.

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Troy Deeney is a striker who's more than just "physical" - he's absolutely massive!

"But as starts go, you can't ask for anything more and I do think we can get better".

Despite their European run last in 2017/18, Neville believes that the Reds are going to have to put the Champions League to one side, if they are going to win their first league title for over 25 years.

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If they can emerge with yet another three points, supporters will start to dream of lifting the title in May and Barnes insists that he couldn't be happier with the current state of affairs at Anfield.

Digger: Klopp doesn't need silverware this season