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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Jürgen Klopp takes on Didi Hamann

Coach Jürgen Klopp took on Didi Hamann after his criticism of Liverpool FC with clear words.

“At a certain point you have to discuss the coach and I don’t know how far away we are from that,” Hamann told the sports radio station talkSPORT said. Liverpool is “tired, boring and flat”. He wonders “where the spark should jump from”.

When asked about it by a journalist at the press conference before the Reds’ Champions League game at Glasgow Rangers (9 p.m. in LIVETICKER), Klopp first asked: “Who said that?”

When he heard the name Hamann, he was amused and somehow angry. “Oh great! He’s a fantastic source. He’s very respected everywhere,” said the 55-year-old with a good dose of sarcasm.

Then Klopp added that even a former Liverpool player does not have the right “to say what you want – especially if you have no idea”. Hamann “didn’t deserve that you used his words to ask me a question,” Klopp replied to the journalist.

Hamann reacted calmly on Wednesday evening, but with a lack of understanding. “It’s about the thing for me: It’s obvious that there are problems in Liverpool at the moment. He may see it differently and if he thinks that I’m talking nonsense, then he should say so. I don’t have any with that at all Problem, you have to respect other opinions – and that’s why I didn’t really understand what he said yesterday,” said Hamann sky.

Liverpool are in a crisis. The Reds have just ten points from eight games and are a disappointing tenth in the Premier League.

Premier League: The current table

place team Sp. Gates differential pt.
1. arsenal 9 23:10 13 24
2. Manchester City 9 33:9 24 23
3. Tottenham Hotspur 9 20:10 10 20
4. Chelsea 8th 13:10 3 16
5. Manchester United 8th 13:15 -2 15
6. Newcastle United 9 17:9 8th 14
7. Brighton & Hove Albion 8th 14:9 5 14
8th. AFC Bournemouth 9 8:20 -12 12
9. Fulham 9 14:18 -4 11
10 Liverpool 8th 20:12 8th 10
11. Brentford 9 16:17 -1 10
12. everton 9 8:9 -1 10
13. West Ham United 9 8:10 -2 10
14 LeedsUnited 8th 11:12 -1 9
15 Crystal Palace 8th 10:12 -2 9
16 AstonVilla 9 7:11 -4 9
17 southampton 9 8:17 -9 7
18 Wolverhampton Wanderers 9 3:12 -9 6
19 Nottingham Forest 9 7:22 -15 5
20 Leicester City 9 15:24 -9 4



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