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09/01/2019 - 12:52 BST

You’re Playing Dangerous Game, Chelsea Legend Warns Jurgen Klopp


Chelsea legend Tommy Langley has warned Jurgen Klopp he is taking a risk by focusing too much on the Premier League and neglecting domestic cup competitions, with Liverpool having fewer routes to silverware than the Blues.

The Reds were knocked out of the FA Cup in the third round by Wolves on Monday are now active only in the Champions League, in addition to the Premier League.

Klopp named a much-changed line-up to take on Wolves and handed 16-year old Ki-Jana Hoever his debut after Dejan Lovren picked up a hamstring injury early in the first half.

Liverpool were also knocked out in the third round of the EFL Cup in September last year, and Langley, whose Chelsea side have progressed to the semi-final of the competition, believes the Reds boss is taking a gamble by focussing too much on the league and not doing enough justice to the cup competitions.

“Klopp is putting all his eggs in one basket and that's a very dangerous game to play”, Langley said on Chelsea TV, following the Blues' defeat at Tottenham Hotspur.

“I think they realise they've got a massive chance [to win the league], obviously they got beat at Man City on Thursday, but they are still four points clear.

“I think he is putting his eggs in that basket, but I didn't think he did justice to the FA Cup; I was disappointed with his team selection, albeit he gave a lot of kids chances to come through and prove themselves.

“The FA Cup will be less for them not being in the competition, that's for sure.”

Liverpool are currently at the top of the Premier League but suffered their first defeat of the season against Manchester City in their last outing.

Langley's Chelsea meanwhile are alive in the EFL Cup, the FA Cup, the Europa League and the Premier League, meaning they theoretically have four routes to silverware.

Liverpool have won just one trophy in the current decade.