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Liverpool legend Jimmy Carragher mocked the team’s players after their series of defeats at Anfield, after losing to Fulham on Sunday, in the 27th round of the English Premier League.
“Jürgen Klopp had previously described his team players as possessing the mentalities of monsters, and this was true at the time,” Carragher said in statements to the British network Sky Sports.
He explained, “But now they (Liverpool players) have a dwarf mentality, and this team does not deal well with a counter-attack at any time in the match in the next four months.”
“This, of course, is not acceptable in Liverpool,” added Carragher.
And German coach Jürgen Klopp, the “Reds’ coach,” admitted after the defeat to Fulham that he was already living his worst period in his coaching career.
“This is not a problem. You do not always have to spend the best times. We were very successful and now we have a difficult situation, but we will fight,” Klopp added in statements to the BBC.
Liverpool lost to Fulham by one goal, in the match that brought them together on Sunday at “Anfield”, to suffer a sixth consecutive defeat in their stronghold in the league, since 1954, when he finished the season at the bottom of the league standings.