Liverpool head coach Jürgen Klopp said he is the one responsible for the Reds poor season so far.
Liverpool are having a difficult term and things are going worst to evil since the return of the World Cup.
Despite having Mohamed Salah, Cody Gakpo and Darwin Nunez in their offensive line, Leicester City’s Wout Fae is Liverpool’s top scorer with 2 goals since the restart.
The forwards are clearly to be blamed, but Klopp refused to criticize them as he took all responsibility on his head.
“I’m not happy with our present situation, but how you deal with the situation and behave in the situation decides how the time will be after it”, Jürgen Klopp said ahead of the Merseyside derby against Everton on Monday (8pm).
” I am responsible [for the poor form this season]. If you want to criticise, criticise me. Don’t go for the wrong people. Better times will come. The better we behave now, the better those times will be”, he added.
In addition, Liverpool are currently 10th on Premier League standings and can climb to the 9th position should they beat Toffees tomorrow.