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“Shankly like”- Reds’ icon dismisses notion that Jurgen Klopp needs to be replaced



Former Liverpool star Don Hutchinson backs Jurgen Klopp on Twitter amid sack calls

Speaking on Former England international Chris Sutton’s BBC 5 Radio Show, a Liverpool fan talked about how the management at the top needs to take the blame for the poor performance of the players and also talked about sacking Jurgen Klopp and getting on board Mauricio Pochettino.

Replying to the said fan via Twitter, former Red Don Hutchinson who played 60 games for the Merseysiders in the early 90s, backed Jurgen Klopp and mentioned the German winning every trophy club football has to offer with the Reds.

Moreover, Hutchinson also likened Klopp’s achievements to that of Sir Bill Shankly at the club. Rightly, a blip in form should not be the reason for Klopp to depart the club.

The owners are guilty of not investing enough time and money into the club and it is almost like Klopp has exhausted all possibilities with this current squad and needs a midfield reinforcement sooner than later. Liverpool’s targets will certainly not come at a cheap price, and John W. Henry needs to put more money into the club.

This latest loss to Brighton is just a testament to the fact that the current lot of midfielders is definitely not sustainable, like our model of business and both need change. As Hutchinson rightly pointed out, sacking Klopp is definitely not an option for Liverpool.

Former Liverpool star Don Hutchinson backs Jurgen Klopp on Twitter amid sack calls.
John W Henry is the owner of LFC.

The team has been hit hard by injuries to key players, and the squad depth has been exposed as a result. Additionally, the team has not been able to replace key players who have left in recent years. Investing in new players and strengthening the squad depth would certainly give the team a better chance of competing at the highest level.

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Klopp has built a strong team culture and philosophy that has been instrumental in the team’s success in recent years. Sacking him would disrupt the stability and continuity of the team and that is not something we could afford at the moment.