Liverpool fans turn against coach Jürgen Klopp
The British "Daily Mail" newspaper quoted stinging statements from a number of Liverpool supporters against the team's coach, German Jurgen Klopp, after the painful loss of Italian Atalanta yesterday in the fourth round of the Champions League 2-0.
And this loss came as a surprise and on the ground of Liverpool, as it shuffled the cards, and prevented the "Reds" from reaching the round of 16.
The fans poured their anger on Klopp, and dreamed him of the responsibility of losing because of the "rotation policy" he had carried out in an important and qualifying match.
One of them said, "I can't wait to hear what Klopp will complain this time?!. Another said: He must take full responsibility for the defeat."
Klopp had started the match with substitute players, such as Nico Williams and Rice Williams, Costas Tsimakas and Origi.
Liverpool conceded two goals in a very short time, which were enough to revive Atalanta's hopes of qualifying.
One fan expressed angrily: "What will he complain about this time? He has no excuse, he missed an irreplaceable opportunity."
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