Jurgen Klopp, in the press conference of the Liverpool

The German begins strong

Klopp Opens fire: "dardito" to Pep Guardiola

Published:3/08/2016 - 00:46h

Updated:3/08/2016 - 00:46h

The German trainer of the Liverpool left him clear to Josep Guardiola that the Premier League is "the greater challenge" and left him a pair of recados in this regard. With an exciting English championship, Jurgen Klopp is the first in beginning the attack

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Before it give beginning the Premier League the next week, the trainer of the Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp, has been the first in opening fire. The German technician centred his press conference in the figure of Pep Guardiola, radiant new trainer of the Manchester City that will première in this month of August in the English championship. But Klopp leaves it to him clear to Pep: the Premier "is the elder of the challenges".

With these words Klopp wanted to leave glimpse that all the achieved to date by Guardiola with FC Barcelona and Bayern of Munich do not cost of at all now, as it finds in a real championship. Without despising but neither alagar to the Catalan after being him asked after how will go him when winning LaLiga during three seasons, the same that the Bundesliga, Jurgen affirmed that the Premier was another history. 

"If you look for the greater challenge have to go to England", concretised to praise the championship that next week gives beginning with an Arsenal-Liverpool exciting that will take place in the Fly Emirates. Pep, by his part, will debut in front of the Sunderland.

"Here there is a series of clubs that think that would have to be the number one", sustained the trainer "network" that also concretised that win the Bundesliga, as he had done it, "is not easy" since "if you want to confront you to the Bayern of Munich, have to win all the other parties and at least one against the Bayern. They do not lose".

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