"Klopp must solve Wenger's dilemma to take Liverpool forward."

Jun 03, 2019, 03:06 PM

Did a new era of Liverpool dominance just dawn? In the wake of Jurgen Klopp's Champions League final win over Spurs, the Squawka team assemble to explain not only why you were forced to sit through 90 minutes of garbage, but also how the Liverpool boss has actually been shunning his obligation to entertain all season, resulting in his first final win out of four in charge at Anfield. Chelsea's Juventus-bound Europa League-winning boss Maurizio Sarri is also discussed. Were we all a bit too harsh on the ex-Napoli chief? Probably. And what about Arsenal's Mesut Ozil problem? Or Spurs' chances of luring a big-name signing this summer? All of the above, along with a Uefa Nations League preview, lies just a click of a play button away.


00:02:24 - 00:04:54 - Why was Champions League final so bad?

'Mane might have just started a trend for next season.'

00:04:54 - 00:12:33 - How did Liverpool actually win despite being 'shocking'?

'Liverpool effectively did what Barcelona tried and failed to do.'

00:12:33 - 00:17:17 - Should Harry Kane have started?

"Pochettino made the mistake of taking off his best players."

00:17:17 - 00:23:54 - How does Jurgen Klopp improve Liverpool?

"He has the mindset to attempt the aggressive, game-breaking passes that will take Liverpool forward."

00:23:54 - 00:26:20 - The transfer moves Spurs should (finally) make this summer

"Lo Celso is exactly what Spurs need."

00:26:20 - 00:30:30 - Has Maurizio Sarri been treated unfairly?

"Sarri's situation is a reminder of how cut-throat football is."

00:30:30 - 00:36:35 - How can Arsenal solve their Mesut Ozil problem?

"If anyone's gonna get Ozil to run around, you'd ask Simeone."

00:36:39 - 00:48:00 - Netherlands v England preview

"Declan Rice could almost reinvigorate Jordan Henderson's England career."

00:48:00 - 00:53:30 - Netherlands vs England predictions

'Southgate will make the same mistake as Pochettino'

00:53:51 - 01:04:24 - Portugal vs Switzerland: watch out for the right-backs!

'Portugal are suffering from the Didier Deschamp France conundrum'