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Officials backs Klopp amidst current disastrous season

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Liverpool are going through a horrendous season and due to this Jurgen Klopp is under a lot of scrutiny as some reports suggest, he might get sacked.

But following specifications, Liverpool officials have backed up the German manager after the latest defeat against Wolves. The Champions League spot looks in doubt for the Reds as they are 11 points behind fourth-placed Newcastle. Liverpool are down to 10th position in Premiere League after a huge defeat against Wolves at Molineux on Saturday.

After disastrous first half on Saturday in which Liverpool conceded 2 goals in the first 12 minutes of the game. In absence of Van Dijk, defence line has looked very fragile. Klopp has faced huge criticism over his team’s current form as Liverpool have lost 3 consecutive matches in Premier League and without a victory in 2023. Former Reds Jamie Carragher termed his team as “shambolic“.

But according to The Athletic, Liverpool’s board are still keeping their faith in the German. Liverpool boss has the full backing of Fenway Sports Group ownership for his recent success of winning the Champions League in 2018-19 and Premiere League in 2019-20. The 55-year-old has been clinical in Liverpool’s recent success as he achieved a 60 percent win rate, equalling Kenny Dalglish’s managerial record.

KLOPP BACKS HIS PLAYERS IN RECENT PRESS-CONFERENCE

In addressing their recent failure, Klopp repudiate to turn on his team and insisted that he has not lost confidence in his players, German stills back himself and his players.

Klopp said:-

“I don’t think they are [at their] best in the moment and do I like that? No. But I still know how good they are and how good they can be,

“But football, and life, is not like this. We work every day and it’s not because of him, him, him.

“So, these things happen because we cannot help ourselves in these moments. How can you get in a situation… seven or eight players had nothing to do with the first goal, the other seven [or] eight players had nothing to do with the second goal – but everybody is influenced by it.

“So, these are the situations we have to go through. I don’t lose confidence in the boys or whatever, but I see where we have to improve. That’s what we are working on but again it makes this so typical to the situation.”

Liverpool’s next game is against Merseyside Rivals Everton, who won their last game against Table Topper Arsenal on February 13th.

Klopp needs to wind up his mess quickly but another defeat at Anfield against Everton can make the board rethink about their decision.

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