Jurgen Klopp has a message for Liverpool amidst their crisis this month.
“Of course we go again, no doubt about that. I said what I thought, like most of the time actually,” Klopp told a pre-match news conference.
“I said it when things don’t work out on the pitch as we want them to work out, then there’s an issue.
“How I understand it, the issues, I then tell the boys, I didn’t tell them clear enough. I have to change the way I tell the boys [these things].
“Confidence is nothing naturally given, to normal people at least, you have to do something to build confidence, it didn’t work out in the final third in the last few games.
“But it’s not like we can’t find it again – we have to work, that’s what we do. I don’t have five million different words for the same issue, maybe other words describe it better but the thing is we didn’t get the results now for a few weeks we wanted.
“Parts of the game were absolutely good enough, parts were not, we have to keep going with things that were good enough, that’s the way.”
“When you don’t like a situation, you have to change the right things.
“I like to say and see that in each match there is a chance. I spoke to my players last night and will do again today, it’s not for a press conference what I will say to them.
“In the end what we do for the outside world is not so important, it’s only important we change it. In the end we have to defend, have to create, have to score, we know that 100 per cent that’s what we’ll try to do on Sunday.”