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Liverpool in form crisis: Klopp does not think about resigning

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Jürgen Klopp will not leave Liverpool FC. The coach wants to tackle the current form crisis together and aggressively.

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The current season is certainly not going according to plan for Liverpool FC. Jürgen Klopp asserts his fighting spirit. The coach does not think about giving up and resigning prematurely.

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Ninth place in the table is not what Liverpool hopes for after twelve games. Demands have grown too much for that in recent years.

And yet the situation in the league is as it is. While they secured progress in the Champions League group as second place after SSC Naples, the Premier League is lagging behind the claims mentioned. This was followed by two league defeats in a row, including against bottom Nottingham Forrest.

Very cautiously, here and there it is already being discussed whether Jürgen Klopp can still give the team the necessary motivation. But, as I said, only very cautiously so far.

Withdrawal not an issue for Klopp: “Won’t stop fighting”

He himself keeps only one thing from the abstruse idea of ​​leaving the club prematurely: distance.

“It’s my job not only to be here when the sun is shining, but also when we’re going through a really tough time,” he explained at the press conference ahead of the premier class week on Monday (via football.news). Klopp continues: “I will do it with everything I have, if possible with more than one hundred percent.”

Now the team and the environment must also have the necessary patience to get through the current dry spell. “We do that too,” said the coach. “We expect more from ourselves, I expect more from the lads. We just have to take our steps, that’s the challenge at the moment.”

“A quick solution”, as they would of course want the supporters, will not exist. It’s about minimizing mistakes as much as possible and bringing strengths back to the fore. To that end, he emphasized: “We will not stop fighting.”

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This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as.

Source: Stern

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