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Liverpool fan demands Jurgen Klopp be sacked after Champions League humiliation

Marcus Chan

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Liverpool fan demands Jurgen Klopp be sacked after Champions League humiliation

A furious Liverpool fan has urged the club to sack Jurgen Klopp after their exit from the Champions League.

On the back of the humbling 5-2 defeat by Real Madrid in the first leg at Anfield, Liverpool arrived at the Bernabeu needing a special miracle.

However, the players failed to show up as they produced a timid performance and ended up losing 1-0 on the night courtesy of Karim Benzema’s 78th-minute goal.

Madrid put on a professional display to seal their passage to the last eight with a resounding 6-2 aggregate win.



After the match, a fuming Liverpool fan, Mo, told talkSPORT that Klopp had to go.

He said: “Listen, Jurgen Klopp. Arrivederci, Adios, Goodbye, get out!”

TalkSPORT presenter Jamie O’Hara replied: “Mo you’re not a Liverpool fan if you say that.”


Mo continued: “Like a pint of milk he is sour right now, the whole team is sour, what an awful awful performance.”

O’Hara added: “Mo you can’t say that about Jurgen Klopp, you can’t!”

At this point, Mo fumed: “Just get out Jurgen Klopp, I’m sick of him smiling at the end of games! What are you smiling for mate?

“What are you smiling for? You’re losing 6-2, what are you smiling for, he looks like the joker, he needs to get out.


“It is not a ridiculous thing to say, have you seen us play tonight, it was worse than the first leg, slow and lethargic, it is down to him.”

Their dismal Champions League exit spells the end of any lingering trophy hopes for Liverpool as they will now have to focus on securing a place in next season’s competition.

Currently, they sit sixth in the Premier League table, six points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur.


After the match, Klopp vowed to squeeze everything out of the remainder of the season.

The German said: “Our job is to squeeze everything out of this season - it’s a strange one.

“We prepared for a special performance but we were unable to put it on the pitch tonight. Nobody’s thinking about how Liverpool didn’t go through. That’s how it is and we have to accept it.”

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport/PA

Topics: Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool, Football, Champions League

Marcus Chan
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