To win the club’s first league title since 1990, the Liverpool manager must stop his side being weighed down by it all, as happened to Steven Gerrard and co five years ago
Take a journey along Utting Avenue, past where the old Clarence pub used to be, with Stanley Park on the right and Anfield at the top of the hill, and the series of red banners that Liverpool have placed strategically along the roadside offer some idea about the way this club, 18 times champions of England, like to portray themselves.
“We are Liverpool, this means more,” is the message attached to the various lampposts leading up that hill, past the Taskers angling shop, the Anfield Cheque Cashing Centre and all the other places that have become familiar to regular match‑goers. And if you know this club, you know what that slogan means.
Source: Football News
Link : Jürgen Klopp must ease tensions not feed them to write Liverpool history | Daniel Taylor