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Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp staying at Anfield

Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp staying at Anfield -Liverpool News

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is under no threat of being sacked and does not intend to resign any time soon, according to Sky Germany journalist Florian Plettenberg.

The Lowdown: Klopp having a tough spell

The Reds have endured a disastrous start to the season, winning just four of their 12 Premier League matches, drawing and losing the same number.

Klopp has cut a lost figure on the touchline at times, with the German struggling to get consistently good performances out of his team and seemingly running out of ideas, even bickering with his own players.

There are a few supporters who are beginning to lose patience with the 55-year-old, feeling a change of manager could be required.

The Latest: Job not under threat

Taking to Twitter, Plettenberg of Sky Sports Germany laughed off these claims, however, saying Klopp won’t be sacked any time soon:

“Been told that he still has the total support of the owners. Klopp is also not thinking about resigning – confirmed.”

The Verdict: Perfect man for the job

Granted, Liverpool’s form simply isn’t good enough at the moment but there is also no doubt that Klopp remains the perfect man in charge at Anfield.

He himself would admit that he has made errors, whether it be through a lack of signings or poor in-game management, but he is one of the greatest managers in the Reds’ history and he still has so much to offer – there is also no better available option out there on the market.

Klopp struggled during 2020/21, when the loss of his mother, injuries and no supporters in grounds seemed to affect him badly, but he showed then that he is more than capable of turning things around, nearly winning a quadruple the following season.


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