Liverpool Requested Soon Face Sharpening Team Champions League
Jakarta – After a hiatus of five years, Liverpool again take part in the Champions League this season. Former Reds Didi Hamann was asked Brendan Rodgers‘s side was to immediately adapt to the event.
Liverpool qualified for the Champions League as Premier League runners-up. The ticket carries consequences for Liverpool who has been too long absent. There are more games that will be acted compared to last season.
But the most crucial are many players who have not even feel the atmosphere of the event the highest top club in Europe. Hamann predicts this season will be a tough season for the Reds.
“With that fact, I think Liverpool will face a tough season. They have to play in the Wednesday and Saturday. Additionally, many players who‘ve never performed there (Champions League),” Hamann said as quoted by Sports Mole.
“And with that, I think Liverpool should be stronger this season. According to me, the better they are more attuned to the Champions League than in the Premier League.
“They have a lot of experienced players who did not play there, but they have potential. They young players with good potential but it will be heavy,” said the German.
Of the draw on Thursday (28/08/2014) night local time, Liverpool are in Group B along with Real Madrid, FC Basel, and Ludogorets.