Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, told his critics not to judge him based on the team’s present results but to wait till the end of the season.
The Reds currently sit in ninth place on the Premier League table, following a 2-1 defeat at home to Leeds United on Saturday.
And ahead of their Champions League clash with Napoli on Tuesday night, Klopp has insisted he and the club should only be judged when the campaign concludes.
He said: “We all do our job in public, the judgement of this is maybe later on in the season. At the end of it.
“At the moment it’s not 100% fair to judge the team because we haven’t had them available, missing up front top quality. We’d usually make changes.
“Even if it’s unfair, it’s fine. It’s normal to ask these questions. Arsenal and Man City will have to answer those questions later on. We are all out there to be judged, managers, players, that’s how it is. But I don’t think about it.”
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LMFAO! You never see anything. Shebi you refer to AFCON as a SMALL TOURNAMENT. Thereby DISRESPECTING AFRICA. And you think the gods will not be ANGRY with you?
No mind am, no worry, we go soon call FSG to begin type him sack letter, as he dun start to dey buga….
It’s a coach’s life. You’re only as good as your last game, buddy. Shape up, or ship out.