Tens of thousands of Liverpool fans take to social media to support Jurgen Klopp

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Jurgen Klopp has bizarrely come under fire in recent weeks as Liverpool experience a slump in form in the absence of their entire central defensive set-up, among other issues.

It’s been a torrid time for the manager, who sadly lost his mother last month and was unable to attend the funeral in Germany because of COVID-19 regulations.

Most are taking this on board and cutting the Liverpool boos some slack, despite the Reds’ form, but others aren’t being quite as kind – including, but not limited to, some of his own “fans”.

Social media can be a cesspool at times – this is clear to any football fan who traverses the website after their team loses a game.

Liverpool have experienced this in abundance of late, with many factors at play, but non bigger than the Virgil van Dijk shaped hole in defence which has been filled by midfielders in the additional absences of Joe Gomez and Joel Matip.

In retaliation to the frankly ridiculous people who have been slating Klopp for a poor run of form after nothing but meteoric success for five years, tens of thousands of Reds fans have taken to Twitter to express their continued support for the boss.

Take a look at some of the selected tweets below, and check out the sheer number of likes and retweets they have in agreement.


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  1. Mr Klopp it has to be all about you now Sir. We bloody well know how much you love us, so do what’s right for you, for we have your back. Whatever you decide temporary or permanent, I and thousands more will walk with you. Jürgen You’ll Never Walk Alone.

    Chris LFC (Oldham)

  2. Injuries have been costly this season. Klopp is a great manager and we will be back stronger next season. Hopefully FSG will support in the transfer window
    #YNWA 96

  3. The so called “fans” of Liverpool are quick to forget about the success that he has brought back to the club. Yes, we are in a major slump and with the massive injury situation, he is doing his best to sort things out but, remember, it’s also down to the players on the field as well.
    The amount of goals given away by players errors which Jurgen cannot be blamed for is ridiculous.
    Get behind the team and our manager, this slump will go away.


  4. YNWA Jürgen Klopp.
    Be strong, our prayers and hopes in our hearts are with you.
    You’ll Never Walk Alone.
    Walk On, Walk On, with hope in your heart.

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