Neville, who won just ten of his 28 games at Valencia in 2015/16 before being sacked, pointed to Liverpool's front three as lacking cover and said that they should forget the Champions League altogether during an interview with The Times. I don't understands, do we play with kids or what? He's one of the best strikers in the world.
A recent interview with Mauricio Pochettino has seen him state that he doesn't feel that Kane is exhausted or burned out, and thus he'll have no issue starting him on Saturday and has every faith that he'll start to score regularly again soon. "That is a massive lesson for everyone, he was the first to tell me he made a mistake".
Liverpool, who reached the Champions League final in May, were only able to finish in fourth place in the league table previous year, 25 points behind champions Manchester City.
"The most thing here is the confidence and trust we have in him".
"We will see, I don't know what it means, to focus on one competition can only be if you're almost out of a competition, late in the season".
Boss Mauricio Pochettino supported his goalkeeper in the wake of his arrest, handing him the armband for the game at Manchester United, and has done so again, even though the full details of Lloris' crime were laid bare in court on Wednesday.
"He is the first to regret about everything and all that happened is not good".
"Of course he doesn't feel great".
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The big decision that Pochettino is going to have to make, is whether to stick with a back four that suffered against Watford or revert to a back three which had worked so well in the victories over Fulham and United.
Spurs, too, came into the season with real expectations after a transfer window that saw them hold on to every one of the stars. He is punishing himself.
Asked if the World Cup victor would remain as captain, Pochettino said: "Of course".
'That's what we try.
"But the plan was, and is still, that he will make us better".
Lloris, who was this week fined £50,000 (A$91,140) and handed a 20-month ban after pleading guilty to drink-driving, had hoped to be fit to face Liverpool but a statement on Tottenham's official website confirmed he is expected to be out for "several weeks".
Dele Alli will also miss out with a hamstring injury he sustained playing for England last week.