Jürgen Klopp claims he “doesn’t care” about Liverpool’s legacy at the moment as he is fully focused on saving the Reds from the current crisis.
The German tactician has lifted every major trophy he has been able to since arriving at Anfield in 2015, but despite all his successes at the club he has lost his time at Merseyside. I admit that I will only think about it when I’m done.
The FA Cup champions are now 10 points clear of the top four, a long 21 points behind league leaders Arsenal, with half of their campaign yet to be played.
“Legacy? I would look back on 10, 20 years and say it was absolutely fantastic and I enjoyed it and we have the finals here and it was close there,” Klopp said.
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“Now who cares?
“The hard part is explaining the not-so-positive things. But it sounds like an excuse, so who wants to have these conversations? I don’t think so.
Our attention turns to today’s FA Cup progress and the arduous journey to the South Coast to face Brighton.
We were demolished 3-0 just two weeks ago on Amex in a performance Klopp called a “horror show” and the worst of his career.
Despite the fact that Virgil van Dijk, Bobby Firmino, Luis Diaz and Diogo Jota are all sidelined by injuries, he hopes to do better.
The German tactician is without a doubt one of Liverpool’s all-time great managers. He brought glory days to the club. He and his young people need our support now more than ever.
We still have a long way to go this season and I’m sure we can not only finish in the top four but also defend the FA Cup and achieve success in the Champions League.
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