Bournemouth will be tougher opponents than Liverpool, claims Pulis
Tony Pulis has a dig at Liverpool after last weekend’s ill-tempered 2-2 draw at Anfield
December 18th, 2015
Jurgen Klopp led his team in a victory celebration in front of the Kop last Sunday, with the German clearly riled by what he perceived as rough tactics from a West Brom team who left with a point.
Klopp felt that Craig Gardner’s late challenge on Dejan Lovren was uncalled for, with a touchline spat occurring after it happened between the two managers. The pair didn’t shake hands at the final whistle.
However, Pulis is unrepentant going into Saturday’s match against Bournemouth, stating some cold hard facts which come shortly after James McLean revealing he thinks Klopp is a bit of an idiot.
“If I had a team that was worth £200m playing against a team that was worth less than £20m and we never won that game I’d be doing my best to divert it away from the fact that I had 10 times more value on the pitch than my opposition number had and couldn’t win the game.
“I’m just stating the facts. Forget all the spin, that’s the facts. I don’t know the feller, I don’t want to say anything else. They were the facts. We’ve got a big game Saturday, a game that we think will be more difficult than the Liverpool game.”