Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp criticizes his fans at Anfield

Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp criticizes his fans at Anfield

Although Liverpool played festive football in the 5-1 win over West Ham, manager Jurgen Klopp is not happy with the atmosphere in the stands.

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Liverpool secured their place in the League Cup semi-finals after a huge win at home on Wednesday. After the match, Klopp sent a message to his fans.

– I wasn’t very happy with the sound level behind me when the team played very well. We dominated West Ham and created chances. Klopp said in the press conference: If I had been in the stands, I would have been ready.

Liverpool recently opened a new section of the stands allowing 57,000 into the gates.

When Arsenal visit the Premier League derby on Saturday, Klopp wants more fans.

– We need Anfield’s support from the first second. If you can’t or don’t want to contribute, give your ticket to someone else, he concluded.

Arsenal leads the league by one point behind Liverpool and Aston Villa. This means that the latter will effectively temporarily take over the top spot if they beat bottom side Sheffield United on Friday.

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