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Liverpool will not win the Premier League title this season, says David Moyes

Klopp has slowly transformed Liverpool in potential title contenders (Picture: Getty) Liverpool are not good enough to win the Premier League this season, according to David Moyes. The Reds are top of the table after six games, two points ahead of Chelsea and defending champions Manchester City. Jurgen Klopp’s side seem primed to launch a serious title bid, with just two goals conceded in six games and a star studded attacking line. More: FootballDavid Moyes rubbishes Liverpool's title credentialsDesperate mother stole alcohol from Asda because she couldn't afford new babyKanye West watches Saint throw pitch in baseball game on poignant return to Chicago But Moyes, a former Manchester United and Everton manager, is not backing the Reds to finally lift a Premier League trophy this season. ‘No, I don’t think so,’ Moyes told Sky Sports when asked if Liverpool could win the title. ‘I think they’ve got a really good team, but you look back at teams over the years at Liverpool and they had great teams, when it was (Xabi) Alonso, (Javier) Mascherano, (Steven) Gerrard and (Fernando) Torres up front. To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video ‘This is a good Liverpool team as well – I don’t know if it’s quite as good as that team at that time. They’re playing a good style, with forward players who are exceptional, and because of that I think they’re a real threat.’ The Rafael Benitez side that boasted Xabi Alonso, Javier Mascherano, Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres finished second in the 2008/09 season, four points behind winners United, but the following campaign plummeted to seventh place. While Liverpool were a formidable force going forward last season, Klopp seems to have finally solved their defensive failings by bringing in goalkeeper Alisson and centre-back Virgil van Dijk in the last nine months. The Reds begin a double header against Chelsea on Wednesday, before a crucial game against Manchester City at Anfield on 7 October. MORE: Xherdan Shaqiri as confident as ever, insists Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp...

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Published By: Metro - Monday, 24 September







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