West Brom Boss Sam Allardyce says he’s not going to “dissolve” his fellow managers while he still knows what he’s doing in the new club.
Allardyce in charge of 19th place Albion costume last week Premier League, Claims that it’s not time to enter the “title battle” he has adopted in the past.
After losing to Aston Villa 3-0 last weekend, the 66-year-old Buggy’s second match sees them facing Jurgen KloppLiverpool champions and league leaders in Anfield on Sunday.
In an interview with talkSPORT last week, when asked if Allardyce was looking forward to playing against Klopp, Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, Carlo Ancelotti and others, he said, “I hope it will be rolled up again. That’s all!”
But when he recalled that comment prior to Sunday’s match, Allardyce said: To help the team play better.
“At this point, we are purely and simply focused on preparing our team as much as possible and facing one of the most difficult, if not the most difficult, challenges. Premier League This season’s match – and it’s Anfield’s home record, and we’re going there to get results.
“The fact that they haven’t lost at home for a long time is unthinkable in terms of their achievements (Liverpool’s last home). Premier League Defeat from 2-1 in April 2017 Crystal palace The side managed by Allardyce).
“Obviously, we want to get whatever we can do positively from the game. To say the positive, it’s not just good performance. Points are like a win for us. You can try more than that, but I think it will be the most difficult game of the season. “
Allardyce, who has managed the other seven clubs on Top Flight, added: Who are their most dangerous players, what are their weaknesses, and also to focus on it, they won’t go into any title battle I’ve liked to do before.
“Everyone thought the fight for the title was just what the top managers in the league did. That was totally nonsense.
“All of us can do that and we can all roll up each other. You need to find the right one to roll them up.”
Then when he was first told that he needed some victory, he said: “Absolutely 100 percent.”
Albion won just one victory over the rocky Sheffield United last month, scoring 7 points in 14 league games this season and bringing a 5 point safety drift to Christmas.
– Soccer Sports
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