Jurgen Klopp Shares His Theory On Why Mohamed Salah Flopped At Chelsea

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"There was a lot of wind and it was not possible for the plane to land first time, but the second landing attempt was possible".

"To get to your house at six in the morning is not simple and then to rest and recover". We have to do this.

"But we have to do this and today we've had a good training session and we've tried to prepare for the game against Liverpool very well".

"I think that to have only one day to prepare a big game, especially to have only one day to rest is not right, not right for all, not only Chelsea, but for all the teams". The second half was very unusual for many reasons, but they are a really good team defensively and offensively.

"But I look at Manchester United and they are around that area [near the top of the table] with a team that is very strong, especially due to their manager and for that Manchester United could be competitive towards the end of the season as well".

"Victor Moses's condition is good, he needs time to find his best form, but he is in the squad for tomorrow and I put him on the bench", Conte told journalists.

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But if they come and play the way they can, and are more offensive, I think it plays into Liverpool's hands, it leaves space for the likes of Mane and Salah to capitalise.

Klopp is aware things could have been very different had Chelsea given Salah a chance, and ahead of the game, he said: "He's improved a lot for sure, physically".

"I know him very well because he played in Italy for many years", Conte said.

"It happened in the past", he said.

"He was very young in a very strong team and didn't come through".

Speaking to Omnisport via Chelsea's club partners Yokohama Tyres, Lampard said: "The reason Manchester United can win the league, for me, is the players, the quality of the players, I think".

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