Jurgen Klopp, manager of Liverpool, advised his detractors to wait until the end of the season before criticizing him based on the team’s current performance.
The Reds are now ranked ninth in the Premier League after losing to Leeds United at home on Saturday by a score of 2-1.
Additionally, Klopp has emphasized that he and the team should only be evaluated after the season is over ahead of their Champions League matchup with Napoli on Tuesday night.
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He said: “We all do our job in public, the judgement of this is maybe later on in the season. At the end of it.
“At the moment it’s not 100% fair to judge the team because we haven’t had them available, missing up front top quality. We’d usually make changes.
“Even if it’s unfair, it’s fine. It’s normal to ask these questions.
“Arsenal and Man City will have to answer those questions later on. We are all out there to be judged, managers, players, that’s how it is. But I don’t think about it.”