Klopp braced for stern Hoffenheim challenge (and claims he saw it coming)

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The side is coached by 30-year-old Julian Nagelsmann, who won the German Manager of the Year award last season ahead of Carlo Ancelotti and Thomas Tuchel.

The first legs will be in Germany and Glasgow, on August 15th or 16th.

"I said we always want to develop this team and there are two things to do - signings and training so we did both".

The German side have risen up the ranks remarkably since 2000, when they were only in the fifth highest tier in Germany, as a result of financial backing from Dietmar Hopp.

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There is a real lack of big-game experience in European competition or even worldwide level which could cause Hoffenheim some troubles in their first continental campaign.

Celtic have a reunion with Kazakh side FC Astana, who they beat at the third qualifying round last season, with a narrow 3-2 win on aggregate.

"It's a very interesting club". They have a lot of really good young players.

Overall, Nagelsmann has made Hoffenheim a well organised and tactically astute team but the losses of Rudy and Niklas Sule to Bayern Munich might just weaken them.

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"I also write him messages".

"We need to be independent of one or two players", he said.

For Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, the opposition are familiar. I believe they would not have necessarily picked us as their opponents. The ex-Roma man has impressed this preseason, so much that star winger Sadio Mane has said he's willing to switch positions to accommodate the Egypt worldwide. "I already have an idea how we can achieve something, but we still need to see a couple of matches to work out a plan".

Mario Balotelli may have been forced to sit out Nice's Champions League qualifier with Ajax, but the Italian striker joined fans in a bar to take in the action.

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