This is how Klopp wants to fight the Liverpool crisis

After another swatter in the Premier League, Liverpool FC find themselves in the gray middle of the table.

This is how Klopp wants to fight the Liverpool crisis

After another swatter in the Premier League, Liverpool FC find themselves in the gray middle of the table. Jürgen Klopp is certain that he has the right antidote to the crisis - also from his own experience.

Instead of stabilizing again, Liverpool slip further and further into instability. Most recently, it rained two defeats in a row in the league. First they lost 3-1 to Brentford, before losing 3-0 to Brighton last Saturday. After 18 games played, the Reds are in ninth place in the table.

So the starting position is very different from what Liverpool can and must actually achieve. Accordingly, there has been a certain focus on Jürgen Klopp for a long time.

The coach is still combative and self-confident. "It's not the first time I've been in such a situation. We have to focus on the basics," he said, based on his own experience (via Sport1).

"Everything in football starts with a solid defense. We have to get that back and be more compact," he said, emphasizing a first goal. There were six goals against Brentford and Brighton alone. This makes it difficult even for a high-quality team not to lose - let alone win.

The game against Brighton was one of, if not the worst game. But Klopp also drew positive conclusions from this: "But the good thing about football is that there is always a new chance. But of course the Brighton game doesn't make it any better."

The coach sees the first chance of making amends again in the forthcoming cup game against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Tuesday evening. He will undoubtedly field "the best possible team" for this game. "The easiest thing would be to tell them that they have to eat the soup. But I have a responsibility, we will make changes and we need fresh legs," Klopp continued to understand.

Against Wolves he expects "a long way" that Liverpool will have to go. Precisely because it will be a challenge, a sovereign victory would be all the more important.

Meanwhile, there is no growing internal distrust of Klopp, as Sky reporter Florian Plettenberg reported again on Monday evening. He can still count on the full trust of the club bosses, while he himself does not think about giving up - i.e. resigning.

This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as How Klopp wants to fight the Liverpool crisis.

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