Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been accused of not doing his job correctly.
The Reds dropped to eighth within the Premier League desk as they suffered a 1-Zero defeat to Fulham on Sunday.
Arsenal legend Perry Groves insists Liverpool are in a ‘disaster’ and took purpose at Klopp after the Reds misplaced for a sixth successive time at Anfield.
He advised talkSPORT: “There’s a disaster at Liverpool. They’ve misplaced all six [home games] and scored two within the final eight at dwelling.
“I don’t assume Jurgen Klopp is doing his job correctly in the mean time. He’s not exhibiting management qualities.
“He’s not this gregarious character we’ve all seen earlier than when Liverpool had been profitable.
“That is the place you must present your management abilities and also you’ve bought to be an actor.
“If issues aren’t going for you your self, you’ve bought to have a unique persona once you go into the coaching floor and once you’re round your gamers… you’re the one they rub off on.”
Liverpool followers confirmed their help for Klopp and the membership with a banner being flown over Anfield throughout the Fulham conflict, which learn ‘Unity is energy – let’s go Reds YNWA’.
Nevertheless, there have been a bit of Reds followers who’ve turned towards Klopp.
And Groves believes the German coach may depart if he feels the help is just not there from the Liverpool fanbase.
He stated: “The house owners want to sit down down with him and say, ‘have you ever bought the will and have you ever bought the vitality to remodel this group?’
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“Whether or not it means promoting Mo Salah, getting the cash in for him and shopping for and altering 4, 5 – 6 of this squad round… he’s bought to be sincere and say whether or not he has bought the will and vitality.
“If he hasn’t then it’s as much as him to resolve if he goes or not. If Liverpool followers do begin turning towards him, he’s the form of supervisor that can go ‘when you’re not behind me, I’ll go.’”