Liverpool morning headlines as Lawrie Sanchez accuses Jurgen Klopp of winning title


Here are your Liverpool morning headlines for May 13.

Lawrie Sanchez thinks Klopp is partially responsible if Liverpool win the league with an asterisk

Former Wimbledon player Lawrie Sanchez thinks the 2019/20 Premier League season will not be over and Liverpool will receive the title with an asterisk, but thinks that Jurgen Klopp is to blame for the club that has not previously sewn them things.

Sanchez, who scored the winning goal in the 1988 FA Cup final against Liverpool, believes there are too many obstacles to complete the campaign.

“For me, the plans they are developing will not come true and the season will never be over,” he said to the Irish Independent .

“I think you can declare Liverpool champion, but you will have to have them as champions with an asterisk forever,” he added.

He went on to say that Liverpool would have already lifted the title if the league had not taken a winter vacation this year, which Klopp has been advocating for a while.

“It is ironic that Klopp was the manager who pushed more than anyone else for a winter break and as they had this break from the season, Liverpool lost all their momentum and the drop in form and time taken out of the season mean they could have won the league now if they didn’t have that break. ”

Edwin van der Sar thinks Liverpool will receive the title

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar has said it would be “extremely unfair” for Liverpool not to win the title if the Premier League campaign is not finished.

Van der Sar, currently director general of Ajax, said he believed the authorities would make a reasonable decision to award the title to Liverpool.

“With the type of football they played and the points they are ahead of, it would be extremely hard,” he says, by CNN .

“But I’m sure they will make a wise decision if they continue to play or if the league stops, what will be the results – depending on the places in the Champions League, relegation or the awarding of a title to Liverpool.

“If the league does not resume, I guess everyone will be fine if Liverpool wins the title. “

It will take time for Sepp Van den Berg to become a senior Liverpool player

Liverpool central back, 18-year-old Sepp van den Berg, is developing well in the configuration of the academy, but is unlikely to be seen in the first team for a period of time, according to the writer ECHO Paul Gorst .

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The Dutchman was signed last summer for £ 1.3 million after impressing in the Eredivisie under Jaap Stam at PEC Zwolle, amid the interest of several other big clubs.

He has made four senior appearances so far with mixed results, including a 5-5 draw with Arsenal and a 5-0 loss to Aston Villa.

Gorst thinks he is unlikely to play much more in the near future given the strength of the competition and the fact that central defenders are rarely integrated during their teens.

However, the first year of development has been successful and the youngster, who is considered within the club to be the equivalent of Joe Gomez at this age, has a bright future ahead of him.

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