says Man City cannot lose or we part ways. In response to Jurgen Klopp’s dig at him, Hamann issued a warning that the coach might be fired if Liverpool loses to Manchester City.
When questioned about Hamann’s remarks, the former Reds player reacted sarcastically by calling the team “flat” and “lacking a spark.” In retaliation, Hamann indicated last week that if results and performances do not immediately improve, Liverpool may decide to fire the manager.
Hamann stated on Sky that it is clear that Liverpool is now experiencing issues. He might have a different perspective, and if he feels I’m making things up, he should let me know. I have no issue with that at all; you must appreciate differing viewpoints, which is why I didn’t really comprehend what he said yesterday.
He continued, “If they lose to City on Sunday, you might fall nine or ten points behind fourth.” No matter what you’ve done over the past four or five years, it is obvious that if the game and the results don’t improve, there will eventually be talk about firing Klopp.
Liverpool, which is now in 10th place in the Premier League and has lost its previous three games, is 13 points behind City and one point behind league-leading Arsenal. When they face off against City on Sunday at Anfield, Klopp’s team will be hoping to secure a crucial victory. The Reds will then host West Ham on October 19 after that.
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