Dudek wants to help out Reds

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Former Liverpool goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek, now at Real Madrid, is looking forward to meeting up with his old teammates tomorrow night and hopes Real can knock the Reds out of Europe ‘“ helping them with domestic efforts.

Dudek, hero of the unforgettable Champions League final in Istanbul in 2005, won’t be in action tomorrow night for the Spanish giants but hopes his new club can continue their European aspirations whilst Liverpool are left to concentrate on beating Manchester United to the Premier League title.

Ahead of tomorrow night’s mouthwatering game at the Bernabeu, Dudek said, “This year they are very close to winning the Premier League and that means that they are on the right road to winning the trophy everyone there wants.

“Maybe we can help Liverpool win the League by knocking them out of the Champions League.”

Dudek was also full of praise for Liverpool’s team, adding, “Torres has great speed and is a player who can make a difference. But I think it would be a mistake to choose only one Liverpool player who can be dangerous.

“Reina is an excellent goalkeeper, while in defence Carragher has great quality in the air. Gerrard and Alonso play with a great tempo in midfield, and this forms a superb spine to their team.”

Real Madrid vs Liverpool kicks off at 7.45pm tomorrow night (Wednesday).

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