Hull 2-0 Liverpool analysis – dream becomes a nightmare as Klopp faces biggest test of Reds career


‘The toothlessness of Kenny Dalglish era, the defending of Brendan Rodgers, the shambolic nature of Roy Hodgson’

  • 17:49, 4 FEB 2017
  • Updated19:23, 4 FEB 2017

The dream becomes a nightmare

This was the afternoon the dream turned into a nightmare.

Winning the Premier League? Winning one of its games would be seen as an absolute success at this moment.

Still without one in this calendar year – oh, to go back to the advent of Trump and Brexit – this is not a blip or a slump.

The biggest concern is that this isn’t even a crisis.

The real issue is whether this Liverpool side have now regressed to the mean; whether the heady days of autumn was the actual blip.

This was so poor; a performance to remind Liverpool of final days of previous managers. The toothlessness of Kenny Dalglish, the defending of Brendan Rodgers, the shambolic nature of Roy Hodgson.

That is not to say these are Klopp’s final days. Far from it. The only finality this brought was the end of any honeymoon period from this season. A few more results like this and the German will be sleeping on the sofia.

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