Liverpool fans in the Transfer Tavern will be wanting to see a better performance from their side following last weekend’s 2-1 defeat to rivals Manchester United and want the mistakes to be cut out of their performances.
Those thoughts are shared by Emre Can, who despite acknowledging his team’s errors, he was confident that they will learn by them and make amends for last weeks performance when they face Watford on Saturday evening.
The midfielder – who is yet to sign a new deal with the club and interest from Juventus and Bayern Munich mounting – was quoted by the club’s official Twitter page.
'We make mistakes as a team – but we'll learn from them'
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) March 15, 2018
Liverpool fans were quick to point out that although the club had continued to make mistakes, it was something that could no longer happen and needed to be fixed as soon as possible, especially with Champions League football still on their schedule.
Those in the Tavern were also ready to blame Jurgen Klopp for his squad selection at times, rather than blaming those that start, stating that he makes the wrong choices and needed to correct that quickly, including leaving the likes of Dejan Lovren out of the side.
Some punters did not believe it was Can who made the mistakes and would rather he sign a new contract to extend his stay at Anfield.
Here are some of their thoughts….
Why don’t you stay quiet until you’ve signed a contract or buggered off?
— Tommy Chen (@TommyChen7543) March 15, 2018
just stay mate
— Andrea Man (@Manzo15_) March 15, 2018
no more mistake… CL need high quality
— musari ok (@GMusari) March 15, 2018
Is klopp who has to learn from his mistakes by selecting the right players for match.if Hendo is fit he shouldn't bee on the bench.our midfield should be Henderson ,Can,and Wijnaldum
— olando junior (@olandojunior6) March 15, 2018
Klopp made the mistake to start Trent, Lovren and Chamberlain instead of Gomez, Matip and Henderson. Too inbalanced and naiv line up
— Johan (@johandreasson) March 15, 2018
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Too late to make amends… you can only go forward, learn from your mistakes and don't lose any more games.
— Paul Filkin (@paulfilkin) March 15, 2018