Tue 04 April 2023 | 21:55

Jurgen Klopp admits he’s having his worst-ever season as a manager

After a 4-1 defeat to Man City, Liverpool traveled to face Chelsea on Tuesday. Another muted performance from Liverpool resulted in a goalless draw against the struggling Blues.

Liverpool faced a Chelsea side who had just recently sacked their head coach Graham Potter on Sunday. Despite Jurgen Klopp's huge shuffling with his squad, the Reds were unable to win the game as they settled on a goalless draw.

Being asked whether he had experienced another season like this, Klopp told his post-match interview with

Sky Sports


"No, thank God. I wouldn’t be manager of Liverpool if I had a couple of these seasons.

"We have to get through it. That’s how life is. You have to fight to change your fortunes."

Liverpool defeated Chelsea in the FA Cup and EFL Cup finals last season. However, both of the clubs are struggling this season. Klopp added:

"Both teams played last year in two finals, two of the best 0-0s I ever saw.

"Today it was two teams low on confidence but really fighting. We’re fine with a point, a lot of good stuff. We showed a lot of fight. We have to keep going.

"We struggled with the last line in the beginning but changed three times. The balls in behind were tricky but then we recovered well. We got better into the game. The midfield was well connected. We had our opportunities up front. It was not speculator. It was a step. That’s what we have to do – make steps. Sometimes smaller steps.

"We need to have these chances. You need to keep having chances. I’m not disappointed about that. They scored twice but both goals were disallowed. I didn’t expect a team with six changes to play the best game of the season. The boys who came in used their opportunity and showed they were ready.

"We cannot talk about the goals we have if we don’t get points. We don’t give up, we will fight. We can talk a lot but we have to show. We saw a step in the right direction tonight. Some needed a rest."

Giving his verdict after the match, Jordan Henderson added: “

Tough game, both sides not at the highest level of confidence at the minute.

"We just wanted to come here and show a reaction to the last game, which I think we did. We made a fight of it. You could see the willingness to keep working.

“We probably lacked a bit of quality, if I am honest, particularly in the final third. We got into some good positions but the last pass, the last shot, was not quite there tonight. But we gave it everything, we take the point and we move on.”



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