Liverpool are edging closer to a place in the top four and Champions League qualification, but they have been far from convincing in doing so. In fact, Sunday’s home draw against Southampton means Jurgen Klopp now has a lower win percentage as Liverpool boss than David Moyes did at Manchester United.
So is the German meeting expectations at Anfield? What happens if Liverpool fail to make the top four this season, as unlikely as that now looks? Klopp arrived on Merseyside with a big reputation, but has he lived up to that so far?
Stefan Bienkowski is joined by Scott McClymont and Thom Watt to talk it over, while stroking each other’s facial hair. Because if Klopp is the coach of the hipsters it makes sense to have three hipsters chat about him.
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