Reina To Improve After Poor Performance Against West Ham

by Punter's Hero on March 2, 2011

in Football, Latest News

Reina To Improve After Poor Performance Against West Ham

The Liverpool keeper has been their best player for most of the season however he had a unusually poor performance at Wet Ham last weekend however he has told reporters he will improve and help his side qualify for Europe.

He told Liverpool’s official website: “Keeping those clean sheets was about not making mistakes, first of all.

“I did a couple of them on Sunday and I felt really disappointed with my performance individually.

“I won’t hide behind any team-mates – I was poor and I have to recognise this and keep learning from the mistakes.”

Reina also commented on the arrival of Kenny Kalglish he said: “It speaks for itself. He was a great footballer for this football club. He knows exactly what the people are thinking in each moment and that’s what he tries to explain to us.

“His comments about football are always about the philosophy of Liverpool and how when we face any rival it depends on us. He tells us to trust ourselves and to be positive at all times so the people are with us.

“Training is realistic and you find that what you’ve prepared during the week is what happens on a Sunday. That’s important. We are prepared.”

Reina also expects Andy Carroll to perform well at Liverpool.

He said: “I hope it turns out like we all think it will. He’s a great player, a top striker and he will score a lot of goals for Liverpool.

“He has that physical condition. He is massive as a unit and a tough bloke to deal with. I know from my own experience how difficult it is to face these kinds of opponents.”

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