James Milner is still hoping to win his fourth league title. The former Manchester City player won the league twice as a City player, and has a title win as a Liverpool player. But to see the old club playing, he can’t stand it. Nor against West Ham this afternoon.
Three points and seven goals separate the title contenders when there are two rounds of the series remaining.
I never watch Manchester City matches. I was like that when I was at City, and it was about the league title. “I haven’t watched the title contender’s matches,” Milner says in an interview athlete.
– You’re sitting there, and you’re so excited. hopefull. It’s a waste of energy. He makes it clear that you can’t do anything about what’s going on.
Wondering if he’s about to phase out
In the interview, Milner also talked about his first seasons under Jürgen Klopp, when he was widely used as a left-back.
When I look back now, I wonder if the coach thought I would stay at the club, or if he was about to let go of me. I may have been at the back of the midfield queue, but I was able to find a way to join the team again.
– You have such periods in all the clubs you are in, where you manage or you are out. I’m proud that I managed to make my way into midfield again, and I’m still here now.
Milner played 22 Premier League games this season, and Liverpool are seeking their second league title in three years.
With Fabinho out, Milner could be a substitute for the Brazilian in the first leg against Southampton on Tuesday night.
West Ham – Manchester City kick-off at the London Stadium at 15.00. You can watch the match live on TV 2 Sport Premium
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