KLOPP CALLS FOR ‘CALM’ AMID POOR RUN AS LIVERPOOL SEEK REVIVAL VS BURNLEY

Written by on January 21, 2021

AHEAD OF THEIR PREMIER LEAGUE CLASH AGAINST BURNLEY, LIVERPOOL MANAGER JURGEN KLOPP IS HOPING HIS TEAM WILL RETURN TO WINNING WAYS.

THE REDS HAVE HAD A ROUGH TIME LATELY, HAVING FAILED TO WIN A LEAGUE GAME SINCE THEIR 7-0 THRASHING OF CRYSTAL PALACE IN DECEMBER.

THEY HAD SINCE DRAWN 1-1 AT HOME WITH WEST BROMWICH ALBION AND 0-0 AWAY AT NEWCASTLE, BEATEN 1-0 AT SOUTHAMPTON AND PLAYED OUT A STALEMATE WITH MANCHESTER UNITED.

THE DEFENDING CHAMPIONS ARE CURRENTLY ON FOURTH SPOT IN THE TABLE, HAVING DROPPED ENOUGH POINTS TO SEE MANCHESTER UNITED, MANCHESTER CITY AND LEICESTER GO AHEAD OF THEM.

BUT KLOPP, WHO LED THE TEAM TO THEIR FIRST LEAGUE TITLE IN 30YEARS LAST SEASON, SAYS THE SITUATION IS NOT CATASTROPH YET, AND HAS CALLED FOR CALM.


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