Published: Sun, April 14, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Klopp tells Liverpool to ignore Chelsea 2014 comparisons

Klopp tells Liverpool to ignore Chelsea 2014 comparisons

Salah having been part of that Chelsea dressing room and now part of the Liverpool dressing room could be the Blues' biggest detriment.

The Premier League club's security team identified the fans from a video on Twitter showing them singing a derogatory song about former Chelsea forward Mohamed Salah, now of Liverpool, according to British media reports.

The No.9 is yet to find the net in five Premier League appearances against Chelsea dating back to October 2015, but his excellent form at Anfield of late - scoring seven in Liverpool's last six home league fixtures - suggests now is as good a time as any to break that particular duck.

Chelsea has vowed to ban those responsible and three men were denied entry to the Europa clash on Thursday.

It is understood that the remaining three people in the video did not attempt to enter Slavia's Sinobo Stadium for Chelsea's 1-0 quarter-final first-leg victory.

Chelsea are still reviewing video footage of the incident, in an effort to identify the other three fans involved.

A Premier League match between title challengers Liverpool and Champions League hopefuls Chelsea.

Asked about the latest incident of racism in football this season, Klopp made it clear the behaviour should not be tolerated.

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"It's disgusting, another example of something which absolutely should not happen", Klopp said. Everyone enjoyed that day and hopefully we can replicate it on Sunday.

"If you do something like that, you should not be allowed to enter a stadium again, in my view, for life".

In December, four Chelsea supporters were suspended by the club for abusing Raheem Sterling during Manchester City's 2-0 at Stamford Bridge. "The stronger the reaction, the more it will help".

"Eden Hazard, on his day, can be the world's best", said the German.

Klopp praised Chelsea's zero tolerance stance on the issue and denounced bigots who he says have no place in the multi-cultural football community.

"Choose any dressing room, nobody cares where they came from, who your parents were".

"I played against him personally a few times and it has always been a tough position because he is very good and very strong, but I've scored a few goals playing against his teams", he said, per football.london.

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