Jurgen Klopp’s press-conferences are almost as entertaining as his football team when Liverpool are at their free-flowing best.
Sadly, for numerous reasons, we’ve barely seen that this January, with the Reds one win from eight since the turn of the calendar year.
We’ve exited both domestic cup competitions and are ten points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea, who we face at Anfield tonight.
Naturally, fans have become increasingly angry and there’s been many hyperbolic statements thrown around about FSG, the squad and Klopp himself.
But yesterday, Klopp dropped a line which is symbolic of his outlook on life and football.
“If you suffer more under the bad things in your day than you celebrate the good things, you’ll always struggle to be a happy person,” he told Goal.
Too right. Let’s enjoy supporting Liverpool: the best football club in the world.
We’ve lost three on the bounce at Anfield and the only thing that’s been as stale as the team is the vocal support from the fans.
Klopp is desperate for the supporters to play a big role in proceedings, and against Chelsea under the floodlights, we really hope Anfield steps up. We famously matched Chelsea during the noughties because Anfield levelled the playing field. Our strongest XI isn’t as far behind the Blues as it used to be, so if the ground is manic, we’ll have every chance of getting our season back on track.