Liverpool sympathies won’t be relevant when Wolves face City

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Wolves captain Conor Coady says Liverpool sympathy will not be relevant when they face Manchester City.

Wolves captain Conor Coady says the sympathy of Liverpool will not be involved when the face Manchester City in the Premier League.

Coady came through Liverpool but insists that will not have effect on his performance when his new side meet the League leaders.

The Reds are 3 points behind Manchester City following their 1-1 draw in the Premier League against Tottenham.

When asked if him being a Liverpool fan will have any bearing on his performance, Coady said: “Not at all. Loads of people mention it to me. They know that I came up through Liverpool, but it’s got nothing to do with it.

“Every time I go out for Wolves, I think about nothing else than winning for this football club. I love every part about being at this football club.

“I loved it ever since I walked through the door and nothing will change.”

On why City and Liverpool are so good, he added: “I think the mentality. A lot of people speak about them all the times and they are machines.

“Everybody knows their role in the teams and everybody knows what each player brings to the team.

“I was looking at the fixtures and every game is a final, every single game. I remember looking at Liverpool’s and they have the Champions League and Manchester United at home and Everton.

“These are massive games, even in the middle of a season, but you stick them at the end and to have this mentality to go and go again.

“They are both incredible teams. They are different in their own right. Man City suffocate you with the ball and then Liverpool are speed and power.

“It’s exciting for us to be playing both of them in the last three games. We are looking forward to it and know how hard it will be.”




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