Jurgen Klopp’s cartoons are easy to draw.
Over the past five years, heavy metal rock stars with a megawatt smile have lit up at Annfield, which made Liverpool stand out from the Premier League, arguably the best in continental Europe at the time.
This is the apparently unremitting commitment of the Red Army head coach to positive, and his face has also become weak in the recent rebirth of the satirical puppet show “Spitting Image”.
Klopp is ridiculously like someone who discovers what happened to him, from Everton fans throwing bricks through his windows to explosives exploding in his living room.
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“I can’t sleep,” an animated Klopp glowed in a scene. “I’m just thinking about all the positive aspects of our unprecedented 7-2 loss to Aston Villa.
“Do you know how many injuries we got during the game? Zero! I am very proud of the boys.”
Although it is easy to describe the Liverpool manager as strong in the face of setbacks, the reality may be quite different.
Anyone who has spent time at Klopp will say the same thing. His and amiable character and enthusiasm are sincere, but the fool has not suffered, and there is one party you don’t want to see often.
Therefore, after the recent 2-2 draw with Everton in the Merseyside Derby, it is not surprising to hear his answer to Mohamed Salah’s question.
The “King of Egypt” just made his 100th Liverpool goal in an amazing way half an hour ago, but Klopp didn’t have time to bring clichés to his scoring master.
Due to the controversial last-minute VAR call and, more meaningfully, Virgil van Dijk’s possible injury at the end of the season, Klopp’s mood became gloomy.
Klopp said: “I hope you can find some information in your notes about how often I say that Mo Salah and all the other boys are good.”
“The goal is sensational, but I don’t want to talk about it now.
“The numbers are crazy, but Molian doesn’t want to talk about it now.”
Klopp has only made his problems worse since he saw the key to defense-a title that is famous all over the world on Van Dijk-gradually weakened.
Joel Matip has been unable to prove that he is a usable central defender for a long time, which means Fabinho is forced to continue to represent his teammates with his backup Joe Gomez.
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The hamstring injury suffered in the 2-0 defeat of Midtjylland on Tuesday night was the least welcome.
Klopp later admitted: “This is exactly the last thing we need.”
The Brazilian midfielder, who played a new role early in the season, became the latest addition to the increasingly crowded treatment room.
With Van Dijk (Van Dijk) and Matip (Matip) already on the shelves, Fabinho joined Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain), Costas The absence of Kostas Tsimikas, Thiago Alcantara and Naby Keita.
Only the prayers and hard work of Alisson Becker saved his goalkeeper from a similar fate of his own shoulder injury.
Sometimes a frustrating month caused the Liverpool manager to cut off his frustrated and embarrassed figure, but crucially, the result did not flinch.
In addition to the anomaly at Villa Park, the champions are also fighting against their own misfortune. Since the Goodison Park draw, three consecutive victories have put them on top of the Premier League and Champions League.
Sometimes Klopp exaggerates the dilemma he and his competitors face in this concise season.
“just now [missing] A week means three games, ten days means four games, fourteen days means seven games, all these things, so that’s how it is. “
Almost a week later, the boss of the Red Army became more frustrated when dealing with the media, even angry, dismissive and frustrated and asked some questions.
Saturday’s game at West Ham is the beginning of a difficult period that may see Klopp’s already strained resources reach a tipping point.
Between October 31st and December 1st, the Red Army played 7 times, which is a very high number because there will be a two-week international break in mid-November.
Between December 5 and January 2, before the third round of the FA Cup is about to end, there will be eight more negotiations.
In the coming weeks and months, rest, recovery and recovery will become precious commodities, as Klopp will seek the best option through long discussions with his medical department.
Klopp admitted last Friday: “We will see how it ends, but what is certain is that this is the most challenging season ever.”
Liverpool’s sports science team and its physical therapists will have to work harder than ever, because the champion continues to shoulder the responsibility of all contenders.
Taking into account that the Premier League season continues to advance at an alarming rate this season, as the last men’s race continues, the importance of behind-the-scenes highlights will become even more important.
Therefore, no, Klopp is definitely not trying to bargain with galleries. Keep pranks short.
But with the right guidance, this rampage and railing can add weapons to Liverpool this season.