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away end tomorrow and all season long to capture it all! 🎥
After three years at Anfield, Firmino is well aware of what achieving that dream to win the PL would mean to Liverpool fans who have never seen their team lift the Premier League trophy.
“When people ask what my ambitions are for the rest of my career, I always say that I live in the present,” he said. “I don’t look at more than what we have in front of us in the next few days.
I’m only interested in Liverpool and winning everything I can with them. We have the best supporters in the world here, they are amazing – and there are Liverpool fans in every part of the planet.
So we know what it would mean to be champions.”
“Everyone hears stories about what it means to be a Liverpool player, but, until you live it personally, you cannot really understand it,” he insisted.
In my whole life, I never thought that I would get treated like I do here.
It’s a huge responsibility and we can only give everything back to the supporters that we can.
The Premier League is our main challenge, but also Europe, after reaching the final against Real Madrid and falling down last season.
That left us with a bad taste in our mouths, but we have to be patient and go game by game to achieve what we really want this time.”
All I can promise our supporters is that we will give every last drop and finish the season absolutely empty in a bid to win the title.
It’s the minimum they deserve.”
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What place do you think they will finish?🤔💭
It’s fair to say, Andy is every #LFC
fan at the moment. Poor Man Utd fans..🤣
🚨BREAKING🚨 Andy #Robertson
is in line for a new contract at #LFC
after a stunning first year at Anfield. Robertson will almost double wages to more than £60,000-a-week.(Mirror)
Fully deserved if so Robbo!
herthabsc.de: What did you do for the season - with the team and personally?
Grujic: Our team is very good, of course, our goal is the best we can make of it. If all goes well, maybe we can even fight for the European Championship. I personally would like to show in the next few weeks that I am an alternative and want to play. Of course I want to be successful throughout the season and develop myself with the whole team.
herthabsc.de: Do you know something about your new home?
Grujic: I have not been to Berlin yet, but I have heard many good things. I know that Berlin is the largest city in Germany, has an incredibly significant history and has a lot to offer culturally. I will use my days off to visit it.
herthabsc.de: The cup match in Braunschweig is still a bit early. How are you going to go along with it?
Grujic: It will be a very important match for us in Braunschweig, we really want to win. The plan for Monday is that I will go there to support the boys. There I will be the fan in the stands - hopefully in the next round then the player on the pitch. (Google translate 😅) #LFC #liverpoolfc #lovelfc #mylfc #purelfc #myliverpool #loveliverpool #anfield #lfcfamily #ynwa #weareliverpool #premierleague #pl #epl #grujic #markogrujic #grujicmarko #herthabsc #herthaberlin #hertha
herthabsc.de: Two years ago, Allan Souza played with Hertha, who came from Liverpool like you. Did you ask him about his experiences?
Grujic: I could not talk to Allan because he's playing in Frankfurt now. But I am someone who is very interested in football anyway. I've seen a lot of football on TV in the last few years, too, if I had the time. So I know the Bundesliga and Hertha quite well. The Bundesliga is very strong, the games are usually very exciting, which is why I always liked to watch them.
herthabsc: Did you get more information?
Grujic: I talked to my fellow players from Germany about Hertha, like Joel Matip or Loris Karius. Everyone has spoken very positively about Hertha and the Bundesliga, which has strengthened my decision. (Google translate 😅) #LFC #liverpoolfc #lovelfc #mylfc #purelfc #myliverpool #loveliverpool #anfield #lfcfamily #ynwa #weareliverpool #premierleague #pl #epl #grujic #markogrujic #grujicmarko #hertha #herthaberlin #herthabsc
Marko Grujic has signed a new contract with Liverpool and joined Hertha BSC on a season-long loan deal, subject to international clearance.
Serbia international Grujic enjoyed a productive loan spell with Cardiff City last term and will now spend the 2018-19 campaign in the Bundesliga, having first committed his long-term future to the Reds.
The 22-year-old has made 14 senior appearances for Liverpool since arriving from Red Star Belgrade in 2016.
He helped Cardiff win promotion to the Premier League last season and was part of his country’s squad at this summer’s World Cup.
All thebest, @grujicmarko
! Come back stronger 💪
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Marko Grujic has signed a new contract with #LFC
and joined Hertha Berlin on a season long loan!👊🏻🔴
🗣“Of course, we know we have to show it on the field and we know that, for our new players, it is not easy to adapt quickly to a new team. But I always think positively.
.🗣“We have shown in the last campaign that our dreams can be fulfilled and that we can return to the path of winning titles.
.🗣“This year, we must not fail and that is the attitude of the players.
.🗣“Certainly, my dream is to lift the Premier League trophy with Liverpool—and that’s what we are trying to do.”
Roberto Firmino is targeting the Premier League title this season, and has vowed that Liverpool “will give every last drop” in their fight with Man City.
The No. 9 is now in his fourth season with the Reds.
His unique brand of centre-forward play makes him integral to Liverpool’s system, and he complemented his work on and off the ball with 27 goals and 17 assists in 54 games last season.
Liverpool legend Phil Thompson has launched a robust defence of Liverpool's summer spending in the wake of further criticism from Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.
Mourinho has been outspoken over the Reds' transfer activity after seeing Jurgen Klopp's side spend around £170million on signing Xherdan Shaqiri, Alisson, Naby Keita and Fabinho.
The United boss suggested Liverpool were "trying to buy the title" this week in an interview with Sky Sports, despite the Portuguese being the first football manager to have spent £1bilion on transfers throughout his career.
Asked about the comments on Sky Sports, Thompson said: "Pot and kettle? Oh my goodness. "You always buy what you can afford and it's net spend at the end of the day. Our net spend compared to United's net spend is massively different.
Asked about the comments on Sky Sports, Thompson said: "Pot and kettle? Oh my goodness.
You always buy what you can afford and it's net spend at the end of the day. Our net spend compared to United's net spend is massively different.
How can he say that? Is he just trying to wind people up because this is Jose? Liverpool trying to buy the title? Oh my goodness, I can accept that from some other clubs and managers, but not from Jose Mourinho.
Just because we've spent some money this summer? It was absolutely outrageous comments coming from Mourinho, whose bought titles everywhere he's gone.""
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Palace away tomorrow - always difficult, but we want to keep the momentum from last week 💪🏻 #weareliverpool
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ماركو جرويتش رسميا الى هيرثا بيرلين على سبيل الاعارة.
كلافان الشايب رسميا الي كالياري ب٢ مليون.
Jurgen Klopp has expressed his delight at calling upon Naby Keita at Liverpool, insisting that “usually you don’t get a player like him.” Keita produced an excellent display in the Reds’ opening game of the campaign, building on a strong pre-season that saw him settle into his new surroundings.
Undoubtedly a key player within Klopp’s midfield, the Guinean can be expected to start the majority of games this season, giving Liverpool another dimension.
A deal to bring Keita to Anfield was struck with RB Leipzig last summer, but on the condition that he remain at the Red Bull Arena for the rest of 2017/18.