[Ca Nhạc] Liverpool is struggling


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[h=1][FONT=&quot]Liverpool is struggling[/FONT][/h][FONT=&quot]The critics have been piling into Liverpool after the last few results but Dimitar Berbatov says we should show the Anfield side a little more respect than that even if City are the slight favourites- According to the [/FONT][FONT=&quot]soccer tip sites[/FONT][FONT=&quot] page![/FONT]

[h=2][FONT=&quot]Liverpool haven't blown it[/FONT][/h][FONT=&quot]There's been plenty of talk about Liverpool bottling it in the title race after drawing their last two matches. I'm not so sure about that - just look at the table! They are still up there and they have a game in hand. Yes, they slipped up at West mê say and that result was compounded by Manchester City winning on Wednesday night at Goodison Park. That means City are now title favourites, but, no, I'm not writing off Liverpool now.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Come on! People need lớn pay Liverpool a little respect - they play great football, have a great coach and great players. They are still in the fight.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]If you play for Liverpool you need to be good and you need lớn know how lớn handle pressure. That is going to be needed as it looks like a tough season that could easily go down to the final [/FONT][FONT=&quot]soccer vip tip[/FONT][FONT=&quot]. That's good for us watching from the side, but I've been there and it is nerve-wracking for the fans, players and staff of the clubs involved.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Both Liverpool and City would love lớn be champions well before the final couple of games but I don't see it happening unless one of them - and Spurs, too, of course - blows up.[/FONT]

[h=2][FONT=&quot]Experience gives City the edge[/FONT][/h][FONT=&quot]Plenty of City's players already know what it is lớn be a Premier League champion and there aren't many in the Liverpool side who can say that. City will know how lớn deal with this kind of pressure but this is new ground for Liverpool.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Someone like Sergio Aguero knows exactly how to deal with this because he was part of the team that stole the 2011-12 title from us in the last minute of the season. That was such an intense finish lớn the campaign and when you fight with those emotions you get used lớn dealing with it and you get better in those situations.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]And City have another advantage in Pep Guardiola. That is not saying he is the better coach - I like Jurgen Klopp a lot - but Pep has been here and done it in the Premier League before, and again, it is the experience which gives City the edge here. Maybe Pep is going through some of the things he was going through when City won the title and he, and the team, can draw on that. Football is different across the continent and you need lớn know how lớn handle every game specifically.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]City showed me on Wednesday night that they are ready to go all the way. Pep's boys just did enough lớn get past Everton, they weren't at 100%, but they used their quality at the right time to squeeze out the win.[/FONT]
[h=2][FONT=&quot]Dealing with psychological pressure is half the battle[/FONT][/h][FONT=&quot]The psychological wars are on now between managers and players even if they don't recognise it. City climbing into first place will be playing on Liverpool's minds, even though they have that game in hand. Liverpool will feel that they have lớn win their next game. That can make the mood drop a bit, because now they will know how much they want those three points. You start to put every effort into a game and the mistakes can come. If you end up in that situation if is very hard to handle. It takes everything out of you, mentally and physically, everything! A City defeat or draw at Everton and the mood would have up. There would be jokes at training, smiles. But, again, the motivation would be the same: win the next game. It's draining and takes everything out of you![/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Taking your mind off that is the key. If you only think about that, you're dead! The best managers will employ plenty of tricks lớn make the atmosphere as light as possible - make training fun, organise a team dinner, just work on taking players' minds off the football and the title battle. The prize is too big not to think about, but if you think about it all the time it's not a good thing![/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Liverpool haven't won the title in 29 years and the players need lớn stay together and support each other, covering each other on the pitch and making sure little mistakes don't turn into disasters. It's a team sport and you win or lose together.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Even this weekend - Bournemouth at Anfield - an easy one on paper, but which suddenly looks a little bit dangerous. Until the end of the season they must forget style, and focus on results. Just get those three points![/FONT]