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Ian Wright: What I really think of Liverpool FC under Jurgen Klopp

Ian Wright: What I really think of Liverpool FC under Jurgen Klopp

"You have to give the guy some credit for getting footballers to sing from his hymn sheet, with the structure he puts into a team making it tough to break them down and he tends to have a couple of creative players who can make the most of a chance when it comes their way".

"I read something, some quote from the worst manager in the history of the Premier League, Frank de Boer saying it's not good for Rashford to have a coach like me".

United beat Liverpool at Old Trafford thanks to two first half goals from Marcus Rashford, yet the statistics from the game confirmed that Jurgen Klopp's visitors had dominated most of the key statistics from the game.

"I think with all the minutes around the two goals we conceded then a draw would have been deserved for us, but because we made these two mistakes we have to take the result like it is".

Klopp, who has yet to win a trophy as Liverpool manager since being handed the job in 2015, saw his men go down 2-1 at Manchester United on Saturday to make finishing second in the Premier League, above the Red Devils, a tough ask. "But he's so talented and you want to see him play every week".

"If Marcus would be coached by Frank, he would learn how to lose". I try to give the best to the kid.




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After Liverpool had a host of second half penalty appeals waved away by referee Craig Pawson, Aldridge has suggested his former club need to become more streetwise to match their rivals competing in the Premier League's top five. The best thing to happen is to have experience.

"Marcus is having these experiences". I'm really happy too.

Lingard meanwhile has enjoyed his most prolific season to date with the Old Trafford club, scoring a career high eight league goals, as well as providing four assists in the Premier League to strengthen his claim for a place in England's World Cup squad for the tournament in Russian Federation this summer.

The Englishman is already a fan favourite with many anticipating him to start pretty much any match that he's available for. "No, of course not but he's a player we trust and I told him that before the Liverpool match", added Mourinho.