Merseyside Derby: Klopp Shows Respect For Big Sam
Liverpool and Everton will go head to head in a Merseyside derby on Sunday and manager Jurgen Klopp has shown respect for Sam Allardyce.
Allardyce, who beat Liverpool in April while in charge of Crystal Palace, is now the manager at Everton.
When asked about what comes to mind when Big Sam is mentioned, Klopp did not mince word.
"Good organization. Clear structure. Set-pieces at the highest level.
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"Everyone knows how Sam Allardyce teams play football, in moments like this. He has all my respect, 100 percent."
"One of the most experienced, if not the most experienced, managers in the Premier League. I played him now, when we meet on Sunday, in three different clubs already and I am only two years here. At each club, he did the job. Obviously, he is very successful, and we know what we will get. That doesn't make it easier, to be honest, because all Sam Allarydce teams are difficult to play."
For Allardyce, he will be warry of Liverpool’s "Fab Four" of Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino.
Salah has scored 18 goals in all competition for Liverpool this season.
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