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Monday, 19 February 2007


Jimmy Rice 19 February 2007
Barcelona old boy Bolo Zenden insists all the pressure will be on the Catalan giants when Liverpool step into the Nou Camp on Wednesday.
Zenden is well-placed to comment having spent three years at Barca in his younger days.

"It's a club where the only thing that counts is a result, and a result to them is always a win," he says.

"Sometimes even that is not enough, because you need to play good football as well. The pressure is maybe a bit more on Barcelona because they won it last year and they'll be expected to get a result.

"It will be a very interesting game. It will be a massive occasion down in Barcelona but I'm very confident we can win through.

"Maybe the Barcelona fans will look at it as a game their team should be winning, but I don't care about that. Liverpool are a very big club as well, and I'm sure they won't be too happy at playing Liverpool at this early stage of the competition.

"The Nou Camp is a massive stadium with a lot of fans, but they are a lot of fans who can be very critical. If things aren't going the way they want it, they could get on the back of the Barcelona players, so we can use that."

Zenden believes the Reds can draw inspiration from the Champions League triumph in 2005, when they approached several ties as underdogs.

"Everybody knows that two years ago Liverpool had a difficult trek to the final, but if you want to win the trophy then you have to beat the best teams," he says.

"Barcelona are obviously the biggest one as they won it last year. It's going to be difficult, but every year you see some teams flying out of the competition that maybe people didn't expect.

"The Champions League has been exciting so far, but we're now getting towards the business end of the competition. We can only take things step by step and see how we progress through the competition.

"It's also a big plus point from our perspective that the second leg is at Anfield. We're capable of going through."

Meanwhile, Zenden revealed he is feeling good after recovering from a knee problem which kept him out for two months.

"It's always hard when you are sitting out for any length of time, but you just have to work hard to get over it.

"Missing out over Christmas was hard because we play a lot of games.

"But we all know the final stretch is important in the league

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