Graeme Souness and Roy Keane have responded to Liverpool’s newest defeat at Anfield. The latter claimed it was “disaster time” for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
Scott Parker’s males beat Liverpool 1-0 on Sunday because of Mario Lemina’s first-half strike.
That is their sixth consecutive loss at Anfield, which dates back to their loss to Burnley in January.
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Liverpool are seventh within the Premier League, however Tottenham and Aston Villa can overtake them in the event that they make essentially the most of their video games in hand.
Discuss to Sky Sports activities after the match, Souness steered that Klopp was wrong to make so many adjustments against Fulham:
“The message to Fulham is that they do not present us sufficient respect, as a manager that is how I’d have interpreted it.
“While you give the initiative to the opposition, it is completely wrong.
“The way in which I grew up, get began proper, get your goals and then perhaps make adjustments.
“It is disagreeable. It begs the idea of how a team can go from being so good to being so unusual.
“Individuals discuss in regards to the manager, however Jurgen Klopp has discovered loads about his dressing room.
“It is about players. A few of them haven’t stood as much as the challenge. ”
Keane then claimed that Liverpool will not be at the moment taking part in “as a team”:
“For me they do not play as a team, they are not.
“It’s clear that now’s a time of disaster for Liverpool.
“They do not play as a team and that needs to be the manager’s greatest concern.
“It is superb what has occurred to this Liverpool team, they’re a shadow of themselves.”