Liverpool manager under criticism for his poor decisions so far

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Gabriel Agbonlahor dishes criticism on Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp for his poor choices in the transfer window.

Liverpool have had a disastrous start to the season. They are ninth in the league with just two fins so far in nine games. The most recent game in the Premier League against Brighton ended in a 3-3 draw. However, there was a glimmer of hope in the match against Rangers which the Reds won 2-0. It was a comfortable victory for the Reds against the Scottish side. Moreover, this win must have given Liverpool a lot of confidence against their next opponent, the in-form Arsenal side who are the current leaders of the League.

The former League center forward Gabriel Agbonlahor has dished out some severe criticism to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. Post the 3-3 draw against Brighton, Agbonlahor criticized Liverpool and insisted that the title is beyond their reach already. Moreover, he also pointed out that Klopp has a ‘history’ of underperforming after six years in the club. He said:

“Jurgen Klopp was at Dortmund for seven years and in the seventh year, it was poor. This is his seventh year at Liverpool. He’s got a history of having six years and then it not working out.”

“This Liverpool team are in real danger of not finishing in the top-four, the title race has gone. For me, it’s been some of his decisions. Starting [Fabio] Carvalho against Brighton. Yes, he’s a good prospect but start your best side and bring players off.”

Agbonlahor criticized Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s decisions for the match as well. He said:

“Some of his decision-making too. I love James Milner but you’re bringing him on for [Konstantinos] Tsimikas. Jordan Henderson was playing some great balls and he brought him off for [Harvey] Elliott. I think some of his decisions aren’t right and maybe there’s a problem with Klopp. Liverpool are on the decline, for me. Everyone can see it. Teams aren’t scared to play them anymore”

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