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Eriksen thinks Champions League win will see Tottenham shed ‘Spursy’ tag

02 June 2019

Liverpool owner John W Henry believes manager Jurgen Klopp is a "perfect match" for the club.

Liverpool and Tottenham fans have been urged not to try to find spare tickets for Saturday night's Champions League final, amid a police clampdown on touts selling fakes.

Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has insisted owners, Fenway Sports Group (FSG), are not seeking to sell the club.

Henry added the second successive European final did not make up for Liverpool finishing second in the Premier League.

Odd things happen to footballers in high pressure matches like the Champions League final though and Jürgen Klopp's players must carefully manage a desire to avenge the bad memories of the final past year with focus on the task at hand.

"The players that we have acquired over the last couple of years have also been a flawless match".

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Tottenham Hospur legend Graham Roberts has slammed what he says is the arrogance displayed by the Liverpool supporters ahead of the Champions League final in Madrid.

"We're not going to be Spursy, or whatever they call it".

"We will guarantee citizens a very powerful security operation during these days in which we will have so many fans in the city of Madrid", National Police general director Francisco Pardo said.

"Every year-we haven't gone through that process yet, because we're still playing-but every year we've shown we're willing to invest in the right kind of player and do it the right way so the club is sustainable".

"The fans, they know that they're both good players".

"Sometimes players don't get offers when they are relegated". When I think of how special Anfield is and how special Liverpool is, everywhere you go around the world, people are talking about and looking at Liverpool.

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When asked in January if the club needed a trophy, he said: "I don't agree with that, it's good for the ego".

Alexander-Arnold, 20, said Liverpool had improved since that defeat to Madrid in Kiev.

"They are different. It doesn't make up for it but not winning the Premier League this year means it is an even larger goal next year".

Almost five thousand troops make up the security device that the authorities of the Iberian country will deploy next Saturday for the grand final of the Champions, a meeting considered "high risk" that will host the Wanda Metropolitan Stadium in this city.

The expectations are higher at Liverpool, where Klopp's vow to win something within four years of taking charge reaches its end-point this weekend.

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Eriksen thinks Champions League win will see Tottenham shed ‘Spursy’ tag