It will probably be the largest deployment we have ever faced for a sports competition, said Pardo, who announced the first use of a drone, which will work in a coordinated manner with police helicopters in order to avoid disturbances.
Moura said it had all caught up with him after he was shown a Brazilian TV clip of his decisive 96th minute third goal for Spurs soon after the final whistle in Amsterdam. "We dream we will stand with the trophy - that's what we see in our heads".
Moura, who joined from Paris Saint-Germain in January 2018, also scored a crucial late equalizer against Barcelona in the team's final group game in December, securing the English club a spot in the knockout stage.
"They are different. It doesn't make up for it but not winning the Premier League this year means it is an even larger goal next year".
Runners-up last term, the Reds are back to contest their ninth final in the competition and are seeking to win the European Cup for the sixth time. The only team you know you're going to play is in the Premier League and then should they win the league because they're Tottenham? No.
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Almost five thousand troops make up the security device that the authorities of the Iberian country will deploy next Saturday for the grand final of the Champions, a meeting considered "high risk" that will host the Wanda Metropolitan Stadium in this city.
"How many games have we played to get here eventually? We have to win it, if it is to be destiny".
Tottenham captain Harry Kane has said that he will be able to start after missing the last six weeks with an ankle injury, while Harry Winks should also be available for Spurs after a similar spell on the sidelines. He included Salah but had no room for the Portuguese icon Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 23 players who will travel were announced on Liverpool's website, and Keita's omission means Klopp will likely choose a midfield three from Fabinho, Georginio Wijnaldum, James Milner and club captain Jordan Henderson, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is an option once again after missing nearly the entire season with injury. When I got home, I cried all night. This is what we all hoped for. A year ago was a massive disappointment, there's no hiding away from that. "If we can do that it'll be a better party".