Liverpool Fan Suggests The Club Should Sack Jurgen Klopp After 2-0 Loss To Atalanta
A disgruntled Liverpool fan thinks the club should look at sacking Jurgen Klopp as he's started to 'take the players backwards.'
The Reds slipped to a shock 2-0 defeat against Atalanta in the Champions League on Wednesday and failed to register a shot on target.
It was a much changed side due to injuries and the current Premier League champions have now lost four games this season - something that worries fan David.
He told talkSPORT: "I think we have to consider, is Jurgen Klopp that great? Is he as good as Bob Paisley or Bill Shankly? No. Will he ever win as many trophies as them? No.
"He won't stay that long. He's now moaning about fixture pile-ups.
"Why did he not get somebody in the summer knowing that if Virgil van Dijk gets injured, there's no cover for him?
"The 7-2 against Aston Villa is not a one-off. This is happening again. Liverpool only have a +5 goal difference.
"Spurs, in the league, have a +10 or +12 goal difference. How are Liverpool going to get that goal difference up if they're conceding goals?
"I don't know what Jurgen Klopp is doing. Has he taken Liverpool as far as he can? Possibly. Will he win any more trophies for Liverpool? I'm not sure. But the way they played tonight, they won't."
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♂️ "Is Klopp that great? Has he taken Liverpool as far as he can? Possibly."- talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 26, 2020
:trophy: "I don't think he'll win more trophies with us & we're going backwards."
:rage: "If this keeps happening [I want Jurgen Klopp to be sacked]."
This #LFC fan is losing patience with boss Jurgen Klopp! :eyes: pic.twitter.com/AcObBnhjHR
When asked if he would bite the bullet and sack Klopp, David replied: "I want to see what happens over the next few matches. I've got a feeling this is going to happen again.
"He's taken them backwards. If this continues, yes, [I want him gone]."
Klopp has transformed Liverpool since arriving in 2015 and guided them to a Champions League in 2019 before a first ever league title last season.
But last night's performance wasn't up to par and the German admitted so himself.
He said per Sky Sports: "We made five changes, it was very important we did that, and in the end it didn't work out and that is part of the deal. I would do it again.
"(We had) no real rhythm, first half was not a good game at all, they were not good as well. We spoke about it but second half it didn't look like it (would change) and that is why we changed early.
"A second before we could change they scored the first goal, in a space which we knew they tried to use and we couldn't defend in that moment.
"We had better football moments but not good enough. If you don't have a shot on target that is never a good sign."
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