The slog of poor Liverpool performances, and even poorer results, has rightly raised questions around some of Liverpool’s longest-serving players.
Yet, it now seems that Jurgen Klopp has fallen under the unsightly limelight, with fans and commentators alike questioning whether the German’s time at Anfield could be coming to an end.
Reporting from the Molineux, Paul Gorst tweeted the reaction of Wolves fans after their side went 3-0 up against the Reds in yet another diabolical outing for the mid-table outfit.
"Sacked in the morning!" shout the Wolves fans at Jurgen Klopp. More chance of the entire Reds squad getting their P45s before that but it's another miserable afternoon for the Liverpool boss. https://t.co/J76OPajGEG
— Paul Gorst (@ptgorst) February 4, 2023
We should make it absolutely clear that the solution – in our minds – isn’t to move on the manager, even if we accept that the German and his coaching team have at least some of the blame to shoulder for unacceptably low performance levels on the pitch.
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As remarkable as it feels to claim – it appears that the end of the line has come for a number of prominent stars at Liverpool Football Club with a serious rebuild, beyond the scope initially considered, now necessary.
The club needs a reset from the summer onwards, that much is clear, but in no way shape or form should we be looking to lump all of the blame on the manager’s shoulders.
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FSG…. get out of our club. You delivered in 2019, but are a spent force. You havent invested, and LFC are once more on the decline. So invest or get the hell out.
LFC MCFC MUFC NUFC AFC Wolves
18/19 58 60 52 42 58 56
19/20 60 50 61 45 54 53
20/21 58 50 44 43 58 42
21/22 64 60 46 40 45 42
TOTAL GP 240 220 203 170 215 193
Anyone with half a brain can see what is happening at LFC. Just a brief analysis will tell you that on average LFC have played an extra season more than most PL sides. Not to mention the top sides have players playing for their national sides in world cups, nations cups, and nations leagues. The bodies are tired and as an LFC fan I can only hope we get through this season still in the PL and have a proper rest at the end so that players come back better rested. Over the last 4 seasons, LFC have played hi-intensity football, even half a season more than Man City.