Liverpool fans say Jurgen Klopp has ‘Jose Mourinho’d himself’ as Reds in tatters

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    Liverpool fans have directed their anger at Jurgen Klopp after the Reds conceded two awful goals in 12 minutes against Wolves.

    The Merseysiders are in danger of slipping into the bottom half of the table. An own goal from Joel Matip and a debut goal from Craig Dawson has Liverpool staring down the barrel of defeat once again.

    It has been a dreadful few months for the Reds who were also recently knocked out of the FA Cup by Brighton and Hove Albion one week previously. And despite the love and affection he will always have in Liverpool, many fans have suggested Klopp is beginning to endure a similar collapse to the ones Jose Mourinho had at Chelsea, Manchester United, and Tottenham.

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    “We are finished” one sad Liverpool supporter solemnly tweeted. “This team need a serious overhaul,” another fan added, stating they believe their resolution is in the summer transfer window

    "Totally….The morale is zero," tweeted one supporter while an even more heartbroken member of the Merseyside faithful added, "I'm not even going to waste my time to watch Liverpool today."

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    Other fans have singled out the Reds’ boss for his role in his side’s performance so far, with one fan tweeting, “I love Jurgen Klopp, but he needs to be questioned for his decisions not to seek investment and his tactics.”

    Similar sentiments were prominent all around social media with another stating “Was completely serious yesterday when I said Klopp needed to go. He’s done too much damage in the background, and it’s finally starting to catch up to the team on the pitch. Gets Wenger comparisons but I actually think he’s Mourinho’d himself.”

    If Aston Villa overcome Leicester City, Liverpool will fall into 11th position in the Premier League. They are already ten points behind fourth place Newcastle United, who host a struggling West Ham United side.

    To make matters even worse, Liverpool also have a two legged Champions League clash with Real Madrid to contend with over the course of the next few weeks.

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