Jurgen Klopp slams those questioning Liverpool’s 30-year English league title drought

Manager Jurgen Klopp has re-established them as continental superpowers but Liverpool still have not won the league title since Margaret Thatcher was the United Kingdom's prime minister

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"As long as Manchester City are around with their financial power, no team will pass them easily", Klopp said.

"It's a very special season, a better season than I played with my team [Borussia Dortmund] when we were champions in Germany". We made such big steps.

"What that means in the end, I don't know".

"People will tell us now that it is 30 years or whatever but they have bigger problems to be honest, the people who say that, or the clubs who say that". It's only the first step and we'll be there again.

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"We have qualified for the Champions League final".

Champions Man City were in fact the only team to beat Liverpool in the Premier League this season, with a victory at the Etihad Stadium at the start of 2019 proving vital. What went before is nothing to do with us. But give me at least a few hours to come over that today. "Winning the award for the second time is an incredible feeling", he concluded. 21 clean sheets is quite impressive, well deserved.

Assuming that continues, and that he keeps getting an outrageous amount of touches in the opposing penalty area, Sterling will likely end up on this list again at the end of next year's Premier League campaign. "We will fight next season for the title", said Mane.

"We have been outstanding all season and left everything out on the pitch". We were always competitive. These boys were really ready for it and they have my maximum respect.

The day began with the possibility that Liverpool's first league title since 1990 could be secured if a remarkable week of football ended with another upset, this time at Brighton.

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Coady will be hoping that key assets like Neves will remain at the club as they try and further their form this season. But then, somebody decided there's another team with 98 points, so that's how it is.

But Jurgen Klopp is insistent that won't happen again this season, as the Reds look to build on their close title challenge. It's hard to pick a point where they fell down, though. There is more to come from us. That's clear. It's similar; not the same, but it's similar.

"We struggled a little bit today, we are human beings and it will be in your head, you can not deny it". In any other season (bar last season), they would have been champions.

All that was quelled as City roared back to win 4-1 at the Amex Stadium and Klopp admitted the atmosphere had been unusual. So still being in the game, fighting for the result, scoring goals, celebrating - all of us.

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