Possibly but Liverpool have a history of winning things it's part of the clubs DNA city on the other hand are recent new comers to this, both though will continue to rack up the silverware which is not something I expect us to do.I think the similarities between us from 2/3yrs ago, to City, and now Liverpool, are quite obvious. The difference being that we just couldn’t get anything over that final hurdle. We could/should have won the league, FA Cup, and if we’d have turned up, the CL too.. I’ve said to my Liverpool supporting friend that our transfer policy and loyalty to certain players, is what took us back steps. Loyalty to guys who were drained from the way we played, and then not seeking proper alternatives to those guys, has left us where we are now.
Liverpool and City have both, in turn, done this too. I don’t think ‘Pool signed anyone in the summer, right? Then the one guy in January. Pep decided to not recruit at CB, instead taking his anchorman out of midfield to play him in defence. Also hasn’t made many signings in what, 3?, windows now. And it’s all caught up with them.
The burn out will come, they will all suffer unless they replace 1st teamers with ready to go replacements. The fact that in those peak years, they have both won stuff, sets them ahead of ourselves, and maybe Klopp will address the situation of replacements in the summer? If he doesn’t, I can’t see how ‘Pool will go on to dominate for another 2 years, I’d give them 1, maximum.