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I want to feel Champions League success again and again - Alisson

Mon 15 March 2021 | 16:05

The Brazil international has tasted European glory and is hopeful that the German tactician is going to lead them to more.

Liverpool

shot-stopper

Alisson

has felt the Champions League success and insists that he aims to experience it “again and again”.

The 28-year-old has also contributed to Liverpool’s Premier League title in the 2019-20 season.

Alison said in an interview with

FourFourTwo

“Life is about fighting for your dreams.

“You might change a dream or update it, but you must keep fighting for what makes you happy.

“In football, winning trophies is the main goal. Now I know the feeling of winning a Champions League final, and I want to feel it again and again.”

About the Champions League, he added:

“We’re a very competitive side, so we feel capable of fighting for every competition.

“You never know what will happen in football. That’s one of the reasons why this sport is loved by almost everyone.

“Unfortunately, we lost one of our key players in Virgil van Dijk [last October]. It wouldn’t be easy for any team to lose such a big player, because he’s the world’s best defender, but our substitutes have been doing a great job. That’s maybe our main quality: we don’t just depend on one guy.”

In the Premier League, however, finishing in the top-four is satisfactory for the Reds at the moment. The Brazilian believes

Jurgen Klopp

is still the right manager at Anfield.

The goalkeeper said of his boss:

“When it comes to motivating the players, Klopp is a specialist.

“He always finds the right words to give us more confidence before matches – you know he has a genuine passion for the game.

“We can all see how much he believes in his plan, and how confident he is in the players. It’s not only him, actually: Klopp has a great staff with him, and everybody is vital to keep everyone else motivated.

“I’m convinced that we’re on the right track to achieve our goals, because the squad understands the need to fight not only for yourself, but for each other, for the manager, for the fans.

“We’re together and depend on each other. That’s our mentality at Liverpool.”


source: SportMob