The current season at Liverpool represents a significant step back from prior seasons. A team that had reached three Champions League finals in five seasons was anticipated to soar for a number of years, but this was clearly not the case.
The team’s quality has begun to degrade as the club continues to fall. Only a few years after winning the Premier League by a big majority, Liverpool is currently lying in 10th place, and the way things are going, this season doesn’t appear to be getting any better. In fact, subsequent failures should no longer surprise fans. They must have become accustomed to it by this point.
The onset of this degeneration has also drawn notice and criticism. Both the players and the manager are impacted, and the latter is frequently questioned about his methods. A few weeks ago, there were rumors going around that Liverpool was in contact with other managers to take the job should Klopp be asked to leave.
Several people have suggested that Jurgen Klopp’s tenure may be coming to an end. But should Liverpool’s German coach really be looking out the exit?
Jurgen Klopp should be the last person to be chastised for Liverpool’s decline
It is critical to note that not every problem at a club during its fall can be attributed to the manager, and firing him is not always the best solution. He may not even be at fault in many cases. Although not exactly the same, Klopp’s situation is similar.
Look, the manager has nothing to prove, and I’m being quite gracious with the defense. He was in the front lines during some of Liverpool’s most glorious moments. Many appear to have quickly forgotten that under his guidance, the team nearly won the quadruple last season.
Time and again, Klopp’s strategies have been shown to be effective. This collapse is not entirely his responsibility, and firing him may not be the wisest choice.
It is essential to understand that some approaches only operate in a specific and anticipated setting, which has not been met this season. Yes, his strategies have failed to generate results this season, but if the manager is famed for anything, it is his adaptability. He understands what is wrong better than anybody else then why sack him?
The need for a roster makeover is obvious, and the club looks to be working on it. Klopp understands the club’s goal and has consistently delivered it over the years, and we all know that with the proper players to spearhead his vision, he can do beautiful things.
Imagine a new manager who has little knowledge of the club’s goals and the ideal working relationship with the players, he may be more likely to accelerate the team’s downfall than to improve it.
Liverpool does not require a new manager at this moment. It need new blood in the locker room as well as solid backing for the management. What Klopp needs are the appropriate backing to complete his transfer goal and attract the players he believes are required to bring the team back to life.
With players as gifted and young as Jude Bellingham, Declan Rice, and Matheus Nunes to guide his vision, a leader with the experience of Klopp on the sidelines would be ideal.
Give Klopp everything he wants and watch him resurrect Anfield’s roar, or remove him from his duties and watch the next period be another example of deterioration. It is as simple as that.