Giggs insists Liverpool and Man City just not that good!

Ross Houston
November 9, 2019

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"When I look back at the games I used to look forward to, they were the Man United vs Liverpool's, especially at Anfield, Man United vs Man City, but these are the games at Anfield, I love the whole scenario of these games".

Liverpool have still yet to finish above the English champions in Klopp's four seasons in charge, but the gap was down to a single point as City edged a titanic title race last season.

City's defence has been decimated by a long-term injury to Aymeric Laporte, while goalkeeper Ederson is a doubt.


"I couldn't have more respect for Pep Guardiola, that's how it is".

City were the last side to beat Liverpool in the Premier League way back in January but have made a relatively sluggish start to the new season by their standards, losing twice already.

"I think it's getting bigger and bigger".

Such is Liverpool's rampant form at the moment, Ferdinand even goes as far to say the Merseyside club are ready to "dominate" the league for an extended period, sitting a cut above the rest right now.

Although no players or staff were injured, the vehicle was left unsafe to drive and the club have sought assurances from Liverpool of a safe passage to Anfield for the potentially pivotal title match.


Giggs, a 13-time Premier League victor, said: "I'm going to say they wouldn't have beaten our United team, aren't I?"

During that time, City's goals conceded per 90 minutes has gone up from 0.75 to 1.0 and former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes the loss of Laporte could be the deciding factor between this season's two title rivals.

"We don't normally sing "You'll Never Walk Alone", we really live that, and in this specific situation it was very important to show that".

"He's crucial for us, you need this type of player, a game-changing player, and he is probably the one player who can change everything for us", said City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan on Sterling's influence.

"I personally feel they could not afford to lose [Aymeric] Laporte, Manchester City".


"The welcome is a nice part of football, but if you overstep the line then it's not allowed that you do it any more. And that could be a big handicap against Liverpool".

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