Football Fans Brutally Troll Liverpool For Banner Outside Training Ground After Defeat To Watford
Football fans have brutally trolled Liverpool's "cringeworthy" banner outside their training ground following defeat to Watford.
A Liverpool fan erected a banner outside their Melwood base after losing their first Premier League game of the season.
It reads: "You've got to have courage became courage is the ability to get up when things r getting u down, u get up and fight back."
The message awaiting #LFC players and staff as they arrive at Melwood following a rare defeat. pic.twitter.com/5u1bXsFs7M
- David Lynch (@LynchStandard) March 2, 2020
The words are a famous quote from legendary Red Bill Shankly, but the banner itself was mocked by fans.
One wrote: "Lol a banner after one loss?"
A second wrote: "Christ that's a bit much after one defeat."
A third added: "Cringe worthy that as if your going to blow the league."
A fourth tweeted: "They've lost a football match - not a close relative."
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While another wrote: "Mentality monsters."
Watford beat Liverpool 3-0 to inflict Jurgen Klopp side with their first defeat of the league campaign.
Though they remain on course to win the Premier League as they sit at the top of the table, 22 points clear of second place Manchester City.
However, if reports are to be believed, the deadly disease coronavirus could prevent Liverpool from being crowned as English champions. Though the German boss has dismissed those "silly" reports.
"I don't think that our fans are paranoid, I think people who are not interested are bringing up these stories. I can't believe that Liverpool fans are thinking about it," he said.
"If anybody wants to ask me about that, and how much sense it would make to delete all the results of this season and tell me who will play next year Champions League and stuff like this. Would be really interesting. Nice story, always obviously some newspapers they always have to write something.
"But when I saw it first time I really thought, 'Wow! Really somebody thinks something like that?' But Liverpool fans are not silly enough to believe in these things."
Liverpool, meanwhile, return to action tonight when they face Chelsea in the FA Cup fifth round.
Featured Image Credit: David Lynch
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