Rio Ferdinand angry at Liverpool: That is a small club mentality

'They should be ashamed of themselves.’- Ferdinand said

by Sead Dedovic
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Rio Ferdinand angry at Liverpool: That is a small club mentality

Two weeks ago, Liverpool achieved a great victory over rival Manchester United, with a score of 7:0. This is a result that surprised and shocked many. In the first half, it looked like both teams could win, but in the second half, it was as if a new United team entered the field.

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand was furious after the defeat, but he was even angrier after the Liverpool players and fans celebrated. He believes that Liverpool has a 'small club mentality' ‘That is a small club mentality.

That screams small club. Screaming and celebrating when you beat Man United.’- Ferdinand said, as quoted by metro.co.uk Ferdinand is especially angry with the former legends of Liverpool who provoked the current legends of United.

Defeat against Bournemouth caused joy in Ferdinand. ‘The way Souness and Carragher were celebrating, the way they were trying to antagonise the guys [Roy Keane and Gary Neville], and then their team goes and does that at the weekend.

They should be ashamed of themselves.’

Jurgen Klopp on his team

Jurgen Klopp didn't have much to say after the defeat as he seems to be used to such things this season. ‘Setbacks are setbacks but we are in the situation we are because of the setbacks, that’s how it is.

And we are in the situation we are because of the good performances as well; we didn’t have only setbacks but we had too many, that’s clear. Today was a proper one, no doubt about that. Now we have to deal with it and we will deal with it.

One of the things we learned this season was to deal with setbacks. We have to make sure we recover properly because on Wednesday we have obviously a big game as well.’ One of the biggest challenges awaits Liverpool; Match with Real Madrid.

Considering the defeat in the first match (2:5), it is difficult for them to do anything, but let's wait, miracles are possible.

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