Published: Thu, May 16, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Liverpool: What Jurgen Klopp plans to do to ensure Champions League glory

Liverpool: What Jurgen Klopp plans to do to ensure Champions League glory

We know that Manchester City are, marginally, even better. With that being said, Spurs can not be taken likely with deadly attackers such as Son Heung-min, Harry Kane and of course Lucas Moura who scored a hat-trick against Ajax in the second leg of their Champions League semifinal.

"The New York Times report citing 'people familiar with the case' is therefore extremely concerning". They said: 'Manchester City FC is fully co-operating in good faith with the CFCB IC's (club financial control body investigatory chamber) investigation. "In doing so the Club is reliant on both the CFCB IC's independence and commitment to due process; and on UEFA's commitment of the 7th of March that it "....will make no further comment on the matter while the investigation is ongoing".

Wilder, 51, led United to second place in the Championship behind Norwich City, whose German manager Daniel Farke was also on the shortlist, to earn promotion to the Premier League.

UEFA are looking to slap a 1 year ban on Manchester City, and will be advocating for that punishment in the coming month or so. Manchester City defeated Brighton 4-1 to win the championship.

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City's season is not yet over as they will now face Watford in the FA Cup final on Saturday.

Guardiola has had the luxury of making a few disastrous signings and blowing £100m and brushing it off as if he had dropped a penny, but no other club in the Premier League can just spend and spend again if they make transfer mistakes on that scale.

After a campaign that saw Liverpool lose just one game - to City - their haul of 97 points was the third most ever achieved in Premier League history, behind only City's back-to-back title-winning efforts.

Guardiola, meanwhile, was named the Premier League manager of the year at the League Managers' Association awards last night, topping the vote ahead of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino and Nuno Espirito Santo of Wolves.

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