Fabio Capello Uses One Word to Describe Liverpool Under Jurgen Klopp This Season

Published on: 14 November 2016

Former England and AC Milan manager Fabio Capello has described Liverpool as 'spectacular' so far this season.

Top of the Premier League, Liverpool have scored 30 league goals in 11 games so far this season, with the likes of Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino wowing crowds with their impressive attacking performances.

Speaking to theDaily Mirror, Capello praised the Reds, although he admitted he was unsure how long their success would last.

"Liverpool are spectacular. What is not known is how long it will last," Capello stated.

The Italian also praised Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, who has transformed the Blues with a three man defence after patchy results earlier in the season.

"Chelsea are solid. (Antonio) Conte is working well. To score against Chelsea is really difficult. For me that can happen until the end.�

Jose Mourinho's Manchester United have stuttered in recent weeksafter a good start to the season, and Capello has claimed manager Mourinho will need time to redevelop and improvehis squad after Louis van Gaal's spell at Old Trafford.

Coaches have to be given time, even the great ones like Mourinho. He is rebuilding the team after the Van Gaal era.�

Liverpool are currently first in the Premier League, a point above Chelsea and eight ahead of Manchester United at the international break. Capello most recently managed Russia, being sacked in 2015 after a European Championship qualifying defeat.

Capello has achieved success in the past with AC Milan, with whom he won four Serie A titles and a Champions League, and Real Madrid, where he won two La Liga titles over two spells with the club.