John Barnes isn't expecting "glory days" for Klopp's Liverpool or any other clubs

The Anfield legend believes such feats are no longer possible

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Liverpool legend John Barnes does not think Jurgen Klopp will lead Liverpool to a golden era similar to Reds teams of the 1970s and '80s.

But that's because the former winger believes that for most clubs with the exception of Barcelona, golden eras of consecutive titles are no longer possible for English clubs. 

"He's not going to bring Liverpool back to the glory days in terms of winning the league every year and winning the European Cup. Because that's not going to happen anywhere, apart from if you're Barcelona. In England you are going to see a change of maybe Leicester winning this year or maybe even Tottenham. But I don't think you're going to have a one team dominating like Liverpool did in the 70s and 80s, and as Manchester United did in the 90s, or how Arsenal did for a while," Barnes told Omnisport.

"You are going to have a change in who wins the league every year, which is good competition."