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Liverpool have 1 win, 2 draws and 4 losses in their last 7 matches. 3 consecutive losses on the road. 1-3 to Brentford, 0-3 to Brighton, and 0-3 to Wolverhampton, all defeated by opponents who were considered one step below themselves.
Premier League standings are 10th. The glory of achieving the double by winning the FA Cup and the League Cup last season in second place is a thing of the past.
Coach Jurgen Klopp, who has led the team since 2015, is also in crisis. It is evaluated as the worst since Liverpool in 2011 when Roy Hodgson was in charge. Coach Jurgen Klopp, who looked strong as he held Liverpool to the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, and various cup championships, has not been able to manage his expression lately.
First, the defense sucks. Liverpool conceded 26 points in 20 games last season, and have already conceded 28 points this season. Key defenders Virgil van Dijk and Ibrahima Konate could not fill the void left by injury.
In attack, Sadio Mane, who left for Bayern Munich last summer, has a large vacancy. In addition, Mohamed Salah, who is the team ace and joint top scorer with Son Heung-min last season, is suffering from sluggishness after signing a large contract extension.
But the bigger hole is in the midfield. British media ‘The Sun’ said on the 7th (Korean time), “The midfield is a completely disaster area in Liverpool. At least three new players are needed, not one or two players. The midfielder must be completely replaced. The current players are There are too many or too young,” he criticized.
This is a point that requires investment in the transfer market this summer. Liverpool spent 200 million pounds (approximately 304 billion won) in the past year to bring in Darwin Nunez and Cody Gakpo. Compared to rivals Chelsea and Manchester United, the amount is far below.
‘The Sun’ said, “Coach Klopp must be angry at the FSG Group, the owner of Liverpool. Compared to other teams, he was not given a lot of money. While Liverpool quietly spent the transfer market, other big clubs aggressively shopped for players.” pinched