Im always honest. My door is always open.
Jurgen Klopp takes his side into the Premier League fixture looking to pick up another three points and continue their impressive form, which sees the Reds level on points with Arsenal and Manchester City at the top of the table after nine games.
The Eagles haven't conceded a couple of times in any of their last eight home league games, conceding exactly one goal in each of their last five (W2 D1 L2).
The concession of too many goals cost Liverpool the title under Klopp's predecessor Brendan Rodgers in 2014, and also undermined their pursuit of silverware under Roy Evans in the 1990s. We have to focus on all the fantastic individuals they have. I am completely convinced about the quality. We're playing brilliant football and I'm beyond confident, but even the best teams take a loss eventually.
"In all moments he showed his quality in the areas where he's really strong". I know that everybody will talk about this, but.
Liverpool picked up their second successive 2-1 win on Tuesday night as they progressed to the Quarter Finals of the EFL Cup with victory over Spurs.
"I was happy with the reaction (to conceding)". "In the week we work on the strategy and tactics for the weekend and the manager works out the best options but then it's up to us out there on the pitch".
Liverpool edged another six-goal thriller at Crystal Palace 4-2 in a game that owed its thrilling nature to the Reds' wild inconsistencies.
Liverpool are without a clean sheet in their last 10 away Premier League games; only once before have they endured a longer run without a shut-out on the road, in 1998 (12 games). For different reasons we couldn't give him all the time (he needed), you lose a little bit of confidence, you feel pressure. "For years, he had been like two players for us, and, when he left, others had to step up to fill the void".
"But there were still some decisions that went against us today".
"When you've not had the opportunity you think you deserve, it's natural to be up for this game", Pardew said.
However, McArthur was having none of it and equalised for Palace once again with his head, getting in front of Lovren at the near post just past the half hour mark. I can't understand it. I can't understand it and then we get three penalty calls, OK they're tight, but they're probably no worse than Christian's past year so it's just a little bit frustrating.