"I know what occurs if we lose and all americans appears to be going to snort it's over, however we silent believe a form of games to play".
"Professionals want to play in front of 50, 60, 70, 80 thousand people and it makes it worthwhile".
"We have another top goalkeeper".
"To see a player better than him, or with potential to be better or play exactly the same as him is really hard".
City have reportedly voiced their worries about a repeat of the incident in the Champions League quarter-final in April 2018 when damage was caused to their team coach.
"The red card at Atalanta is because we lost the ball in a risky position". It really is set to be a Super Sunday between, arguably, the two most exciting club sides in world football with Jurgen Klopp even urging the hot dog sellers to up their game.
During that time, City's goals conceded per 90 minutes has gone up from 0.75 to 1.0 and former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes the loss of Laporte could be the deciding factor between this season's two title rivals.
At 28, Firmino will never be a prolific goal scorer but he always turns it on in the big games.
"But everything is on a plate and no one hides anything, we can not only be offensive but you have to be courageous against Manchester City - even for a point".
He may not be the most prolific finisher, but he certainly knows where the net is, especially against City. If you see Liverpool, they lost one game last season and this season they are unbeaten.
'He told me it was like a party inside the ground and that some of their supporters were crying in the stands saying, "We're going to do it".
They also highlighted how well last season's visit had gone in terms of a lack of trouble.
Giggs, a 13-time Premier League victor, said: "I'm going to say they wouldn't have beaten our United team, aren't I? And he did it - in three or four years he built something marvellous to watch".