West Brom manager Tony Pulis insists he has no problems with Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp ahead of their Sunday match.
West Brom played a 2-2 draw against Liverpool at Anfield back in 2015 and Klopp went to the Liverpool end with his players to celebrate, an action that didn’t go well with Tony Pulis.
The English manager also used Jurgen Klopp as an example of international managers getting more recognition than home grown managers.
However, speaking at his pre-match press conference on Friday, Pulis said: “There’ll be no problems with myself or Klopp.
“He’s a competitive man and wants his team to win. There’s no problems this end.
“They’re [Liverpool] in the mix fighting for those four spots. They’ve picked up injuries like everybody else, it doesn’t flow on the same level all the time, you have your ups and downs in the season.
“You have to accept that you’ll win some games and play well and lose games and play badly, or you could play well and still lose games, that’s the ebb and flow of professional football and that’s what everybody has to put up with.”