Jurgen Klopp His most bizarre apology during his spell was arguably dismissed Liverpool Manager after his team failed to defeat Arsenal in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final on Thursday night.
With AFCON commitments, Arsenal easily suppressed Liverpool without Mo Salah and Sadio Mane, who sent Granit Xacca in the 24th minute.
The first conflict between the two sides was postponed due to the COVID-19 cases in Liverpool, which later turned forty false positives.
Klopp admitted that only Trent Alexander-Arnold had the virus and he missed the FA Cup win over Shrewsbury Town.
But still, after last night’s show, Klopp said the level of his players had fallen even though he had no symptoms.
🗣 “It’s strange. Even without symptoms, the boys came back and it’s not the same.”
Jurgen Klopp noted the difference with his players returning to Liverpool pic.twitter.com/uSrBsh1IKO
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“It’s strange. Even with no symptoms, the boys came back and it’s not the same,” Klopp told Sky Sports.
“I think there is no explanation for that but we need to consider it.”
Klopp has been ridiculed for his comments, especially given some of the apologies he used during his tenure in English football.
Before the 4-1 defeat of Manchester City at Anfield in February, Roy Keane made a point of criticizing the German, saying, “There are a lot of excuses from the manager.”
After that game, Klopp blamed “Cold Foot” for Alison’s two costly mistakes.
In the past, he has used the weather in a whole host of situations – claiming that wind, snow and heat had a negative impact on his part.
Klopp has many excuses and even has a thread dedicated to some of the best he has come up with.