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Jurgen Klopp will be glad to see the back of January, with his Liverpool team winning just one game out of eight in the first month of the year.
And to make matters worse for the German manager, today's FA Cup defeat to Wolves leaves him in a rather embarrassing position after 51 games in charge at Anfield.
Klopp has a win ratio of 48% since he took over from Brendan Rodgers in late 2015, 4% less than a certain David Moyes had after the same amount of games in charge at Old Trafford.
Moyes' 10 month reign at Old Trafford has been regarded as an unequivocal disaster, while Klopp has been inundated with praise for the style of football he has brought to Anfield, resulting in some scintillating performances but, alas, not enough positive results, so far.
Three home defeats in a week have all but ended Liverpool's chances of silverware this season and the emergence of this stat will do little to alleviate the sense of frustration currently being felt on the red half of Merseyside.
It's official Moyes is better than Klopp pic.twitter.com/blwQKotvQx- @ManUtd_HQ (@ManUtd_HQ) January 27, 2017
Heading into the new year, the mood around Anfield was upbeat, with the Reds challenging for silverware on three fronts, but following the worst start to a calendar year in almost a quarter of a century, a top four finish will likely be the best Liverpool fans can hope for from a campaign that promised so much just a month ago.
The Reds welcome league leaders Chelsea to Anfield on Tuesday night. Another defeat and the mood towards Klopp could turn sour. A victory and they cut Chelsea's lead over them to seven points and potentially inject some momentum back into a flagging season.
(H/T 101 Great Goals)
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