Liverpool fans want Steven Gerrard to replace Klopp after Man City defeat. With a 4-1 loss to Premier League leaders
Manchester City at Anfield, Liverpool’s poor run of form continued on Sunday evening. This was the third successive home defeat by the Reds. Then in 1963, the last time that happened was way back. Via Ilkay Gundogan, who missed a first-half penalty. City took the lead early in the second half before Mohamed Salah put the hosts back on equal terms.
After a rare howler from Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker, who then gave Raheem Sterling a goal moments later, Gundogan, who was in fine goalscoring form of late, then restored City’s lead. In a fourth objective for City to pile more misery on the reigning Premier League champions, Phil Foden then slammed. Liverpool fans want Steven Gerrard to replace Klopp after Man City defeat.
Despite all the German coach has accomplished at Anfield over the past few seasons, David can’t see Liverpool’s current situation changing under Klopp, and needs a new manager as soon as possible.
He conceded, “I want Jurgen Klopp to leave.” “Listen to my motivations. Remember when Liverpool lost 6-1 to Stoke City with Brendan Rodgers away? Liverpool had two awful losses this season: 7-2 to Aston Villa, and 4-1 to Manchester City. At home, they even lost to Brighton and Burnley.
Let’s be clear about one thing: there’s absolutely zero risk of Klopp being sacked, despite Liverpool’s poor form. As Liverpool’s manager, this is one of his toughest moments, but the vast majority of fans stay firmly behind their incredibly successful coach. That said, next weekend, another loss away at Leicester City will probably pile the pressure on Klopp’s shoulders.
The arrivals of Ozan Kabak and Ben Davies have boosted Klopp’s defensive options after losing Joel Matip for the remainder of the season through injury.