After last weekend’s FA Cup semi-final loss at the hands of Aston Villa and Jurgen Klopp’s Dortmund exit, Brendan Rodgers was always going to be under pressure if his side could not win, and win well, at West Brom. After all, top four hopes, albeit slim ones, hinged on a three-point haul. But now the position looks to be Manchester City’s unless the wheels fall off and catch fire!
After the drab 0-0 in which the Reds enjoyed 75% possession yet failed to truly threaten the Baggies’ goal, it was only natural that calls would be made… and made they have been! Twitter is now awash with disillusioned Kopites, who are frustrated with the lack of progress being made at their club. They have a point, it’s now three trophy-less seasons under Rodgers, while a lack of Champions League action will hinder summer transfer plans…
— LFCAtlanta (@AtlantaLFC) April 25, 2015
"Sign Klopp", "Rodgers Out", "Rodgers not good enough", "Klopp for Kop" pic.twitter.com/VnMm21sOLz
— dannytinho ffs (@thePRTY) April 25, 2015
If we have a slight chance of getting Klopp this summer it's gotta be done, nothing against Rodgers but it's about the future of LFC not him
— Jake Mort (@Jake_Mort) April 25, 2015
Rodgers footsteps must be met by the sound of Klopp Klopp Klopp. Not that I necessarily think Rodgers is bad, I just think Klopp is better.
— Paul (@lfc_ynwa96) April 25, 2015
If Klopp is willing to join us if I was FSG I would be doing everything in my power to get him.
— J.C (@MakeUsDreamLFC5) April 25, 2015
Can we get Klopp in now and get him to bring Reus along?
— ciaran. (@CiaranBrowne94) April 25, 2015
— Dan (@DutyOverDesire) April 25, 2015
When managers like Klopp become available you have to do everything in your power to attract him that is the nature of football
— Harold Shand (@Stephen91613712) April 25, 2015
Very poor result for us , starting to really want Klopp in next season. Lots of muck gonna have to be sold in summer to.
— Dylan Robinson (@DYL_ROB_) April 25, 2015