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Mohamed Salah blasts Liverpool Champions League failure

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Liverpool ahead Mohamed Salah stated there was “no excuse” for his staff’s failure to qualify for subsequent season’s Champions League after Manchester United clinched the remaining top-four spot within the Premier League on Thursday.

Man United’s 4-1 win over Chelsea signifies that with one sport remaining Liverpool are assured to complete fifth and go into the Europa League. It’s the first time that Liverpool have didn’t qualify for Europe’s high membership competitors since Salah joined the staff in 2017.

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“I am completely devastated,” Salah tweeted. “There’s completely no excuse for this.

“We had every thing we would have liked to make it to subsequent 12 months’s Champions League and we failed. We’re Liverpool and qualifying to the competitors is the naked minimal. I’m sorry but it surely’s too quickly for an uplifting or optimistic put up. We allow you to and ourselves down.”

Liverpool had received seven straight video games to place themselves again in competition for a top-four spot however a 1-1 residence draw with Aston Villa on Saturday successfully ended their hopes earlier than Newcastle and Man United confirmed their destiny within the subsequent days.

Klopp has led Liverpool to a few Champions League finals, successful one, within the final 5 seasons however admitted on Saturday that “we had been too lengthy not adequate ourselves.”

He added that the staff now must embrace competing within the Europa League.

“We’ll make it [the Europa League] our competitors,” Klopp informed BBC Sport. “I’m not that spoilt. That we’re already certified for the Europa League is unimaginable with all these groups round us. That is actually troublesome and we did it, that’s good.

“For therefore lengthy we could not even hear the sound of the Champions League, that is how distant we had been. The Europa League is completely advantageous. Let’s examine what we are able to do.”

It’s set to be a giant summer season for Liverpool, with Roberto Firmino, Naby Keita, James Milner and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain already confirmed to be leaving Anfield when their contracts expire on the finish of the season.

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