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We need a strong squad and players need to be on their toes. It's all good. We don't need major changes just little tweaks.feedback
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Jul 31 2017
We found 18 articles in which Adam Lallana said something. The most recent Adam Lallana’s quote is: “The last week has been strictly about football here in Germany and that's what you want as a player. We have done a lot of sessions and I'm sure it is great for the manager to get to spend 24 hours a day with us.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Adam Lallana 38 times. On this page, you will find all of Adam Lallana’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Jul 21 2017

I can do a lot better, especially in the games that I've played. I know I can improve on a lot more things. For me, it's just working hard as I possibly can and then doing the best I can for the team and what the manager needs us to do. That's what I try and do every time I play. I've had good moments in the games, but not-so-good moments.feedback

Jul 21 2017

Philippe is in that elite bracket. There's no reason why he can't achieve huge things here at Liverpool.feedback

Jun 10 2017

Five in 17 isn't terrible but if I can get a hat-trick at the weekend … that ratio won't look so bad.feedback

Jun 09 2017 - Scottish independence

It's an historic game. We proved in the fixture at Wembley how much it meant to us. We'll be looking for another performance like that. It'll be a great honour to play in these games. We feel we're in a good position at the moment, so we want to capitalise and put the season to bed.feedback

Apr 29 2017

In a situation like this, maybe not for Palace, but for the player the best thing he could get. I think he's out for a few weeks but that is good in the end.feedback

Apr 29 2017

When we saw the pictures it looked awful. But now we know that there are no ligaments involved.feedback

Apr 22 2017

[We have] a few little things from the last game, it doesn't make it much easier. Little bit muscle problems, Joel Matip, Lucas Leiva [and] still a problem with Ragnar Klavan. It's not 100 per cent that Lucas cannot play, it's not 100 per cent that Joel cannot play, it's not 100 per cent that Ragnar cannot play. But they are not in training in the moment, so that's not too cool. Joe Gomez played on Monday, U23, again [he] did well, made big steps in the last few weeks, so maybe we have to try this pair. We will see, I don't know in the moment.feedback

Apr 16 2017

With Jordan, it was clear from the beginning that it's not a fixed time until he is back. We have to wait until he feels absolutely nothing, that's how it is. That's what we are still waiting for. In all of what he is doing at the moment, he feels nothing, but we have to make steps still, steps to go [so] that he can be part of team training. With Adam, it is a little bit easier to say. I am pretty sure after the Crystal Palace game, he will probably be in normal training and that means then [for Watford] he is in the squad or we can think about him then.feedback

Apr 16 2017

For the Watford game again, with Jordan it could be next week in training, could be the week after, but I think we are in a good way with him also. Everything will be good and I am pretty sure he will have a few games in this season.feedback

Mar 26 2017

He scored goals against Liverpool when we played, he scored two. I think he's here on merit and he's proved what he's about, what he can bring and what an option he is for Russia in a year's time.feedback

Mar 26 2017

It still feels like you're playing with a 25-year-old Jermain Defoe. My dad used to take me to watch Bournemouth play when he famously scored for 10 games in a row, so to be playing with him for England is quite surreal at times. But it's the Jermain Defoe of old that you always know. You bet your bottom dollar he's going to score a goal and he did to get us on the way. I think everyone felt it, that's Jermain Defoe for you. He deserves it. He's been playing some of the best football of his career this season, scoring goals.feedback

Mar 24 2017

Del is a fantastic player. He is already a magnificent player for England. That's what makes him Dele. All players have different attitudes that make them what they are and that's why he is unique and a special talent.feedback

Mar 20 2017

You would rather the problem this way around rather than struggling to get points against the top teams. I'm sure it will be easier to correct and get points against the teams who are scrapping against relegation in the future. We know we need to work on that and our record against them needs to be better. We will continue to do that. My eyes lit up, I just thought to myself if I get some connection on this, it's a goal.feedback

Mar 20 2017

It just took a bounce in front of me, I might have just taken my eyes off the ball for a second and got excited. Argh! Oh, I'm absolutely gutted. It could have proven to be the winner and it was a big moment in the game. I'm so disappointed with it.feedback

Mar 20 2017

I'm only disappointed not to score it because it could have been the difference. It was a great game to play in and I'm sure it was a great game for the neutral to watch. Two top teams playing football like that. These are the games you want to be involved in.feedback

Mar 20 2017

It's a mixture of emotions. I felt when we got the goal, we were dangerous and looked as if we would get the second. I felt if we got the second, we would have put the game to bed. We knew they were going to have 10 or 15 minutes where they put us under pressure and then they put De Bruyne out wide and his delivery, in the end, was the difference. But it was a great game to be involved in and a point, possibly, was a fair result. It's a good point.feedback

Mar 20 2017

I went into the dressing room and said sorry to them all. That's the way I felt. I put my hands up. To not hit the target… it was a chance I should have hit the target with and probably should have scored. I apologised for not hitting the target but the lads were fine. It's one of those things, isn't it? They happen sometimes.feedback

Mar 17 2017

You had to run, and be fitter than the other team. But also to run when you had no chance to win the ball back in order that the team would win it back when the opposition made the next pass. You had to sacrifice yourself for the team. That was his moral view. It is very similar under the boss [Klopp] here now. He wants his players to sacrifice themselves for the team.feedback

Mar 17 2017

It was the longest game of my life. We sat back and whenever we did win the ball we were miles from their goal. Then the following March under [Mauricio] Pochettino we played Liverpool and we won. We went man-for-man at goal-kicks and pressed them high and we were winning the ball back in our attacking third which meant that for players like me we were closer to the goal. That meant more chances.feedback

Mar 17 2017

I feel now that a tackle or an interception high up the pitch is as nice a feeling as creating a goal for someone else. Football has moved on in the last three or four years, in the way that teams do want to press high and win the ball back closer to the opponents' goal. I think the demand has changed for every player to do that in the team. We don't say anymore 'OK, we have a player who is unbelievably technically gifted, he will score us 20 goals but he doesn't have to work hard'. Everyone needs to put a shift in.feedback

Mar 17 2017

That sends a great message throughout the team and a great feeling. You can't just switch it on and off. When the manager comes in he cannot say, This is something I want to do. It is an environment that the manager creates and it happens over time. We definitely had it at Southampton, I can see that Tottenham have it now and that we have it here at Liverpool.feedback

Mar 17 2017

It also meant you had to work harder and faster to win the ball back rather than sitting back as we had at the Emirates. Speaking selfishly, having to counter-attack is not one of my strengths. That opened my eyes to being brave, being fit and having 11 people willing to work as one. He [Pochettino] brought a different element to the way the teams worked. He brought the enthusiasm to want to work hard and he made working hard enjoyable. He didn't want you to be just technically gifted. His demand was you work hard and if you are technically gifted on top, then great.feedback

Mar 04 2017 - Christmas

We're still young and learning, we're disappointed with our consistency since Christmas and need to put it right. But if we keep going the way we are we're moving in the right direction.feedback

Mar 04 2017

It's a huge three points. It was similar to the Spurs game and we knew we had to perform. We let people down on Monday [losing 3-1 at Leicester City] and it went a little way to put it right. We still have a massive 11 games to achieve something. We went in at half-time 2-0 up pleased with how we performed but it changed in the second half. They have top players on the bench and Sanchez came on and improved them. But it shows that in this game you can't take anything for granted. We had to dig in at 2-1.feedback

Feb 22 2017

I'm very proud and feel quite humbled by the show of faith from the club and the manager in particular. Signing for a club like Liverpool is obviously a big thing but to re-sign shows you've obviously contributed enough that the people who make the decisions want you to stay longer.feedback

Feb 08 2017

You can see they (Chelsea) have a lot of experience and that they are used to winning. They know how to win games even when not at their best. You don't have to always win by scoring five or six. Maybe that's an area we need to improve on. We maybe need to realise how good we are at times. Myself and the other players haven't won titles or loads of cups so we need to learn from him and listen to him because that type of experience is vital. We need to learn and get back to winning ways in the league as soon as possible.feedback

Feb 08 2017

Milly (James Milner) is probably the only one in our group who has that type of experience because it only comes from winning silverware like he did at Manchester City.feedback

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