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Jürgen Klopp: Liverpool manager slams Gaby Avonlahor for criticism of Manchester United last week | Football News

Jürgen Klopp slams former Aston Villa striker Gaby Agbonlahor for criticizing Manchester United’s 4-0 defeat to Brentford, calls to complain about Agbonlahor He said that he was

United – Klopp’s Liverpool face off on Monday Night Football sky sports – Despite being bottom of the Premier League after a 2-2 defeat, the Reds manager defended Erik Ten Hag’s side early in the season.

Former Aston Villa striker Agbonlahor described United as ‘amateurs’ during the match and players such as Christian Eriksen, David De Gea and Lisandro Martinez as ‘not good enough’ – And Klopp has revealed that he felt his views were too harsh and that the Liverpool manager was about to call .himself.

“Obviously it hasn’t been a good week for United after Brentford. We forgot how good Brentford are. [the reaction to it] it was so bad i watched the first half here and went home [at the training ground] And I listened to talkSPORT and Gabby [Agbonlahor].

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“He lost 6-0 to us in my first year, so I didn’t remember him as a mentality monster on the pitch. But what he said about Man United on that show was: I was about to call him and tell him, “You completely forgot you were a player.”

“And if a former player is already like this, you can imagine how everything else is going. You have to ask yourself how you want to react in a situation like this. .”

What Abonlahore said about United

Manchester United players frustrated by dismal first half performance at Brentford
Manchester United players frustrated by dismal first half performance at Brentford

Avonlahore did not hesitate to criticize United after conceding four goals in 35 minutes in a 4–0 defeat to Brentford.

“If I were them [United] After this game you’re going to be like ‘Ten Hag, clean up’,” said the former Aston Villa forward. Like a stranger on the pitch.

“They are not enough. [David] De Gea must know it [Christian] Eriksen has a man behind him, use your brains and don’t give it to him.

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Gary Neville says he’s lost all confidence as Manchester United hit new lows after suffering a humiliating 4-0 defeat to Brentford.

“If it was Gary Neville at halftime [commentating for Sky Sports] He threw in a white towel and said, “Okay, it’s 4-0. I can’t take it anymore.”

“They are not united, they are divided, they are not working for each other. Look at them. They are like strangers on the pitch.”

Klopp: United have quality

Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United
Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United

In his pre-match press conference ahead of Monday’s trip to Old Trafford, Klopp defended Ten Hag’s side despite United’s early-season woes.

United defeated Liverpool 4-0 in Bangkok and Klopp was keen to remind the public of the quality Ten Hag has in his squad.

“Away games with United are never easy,” Klopp said. “We have to do our best.

“That’s your word [that United had a bad start to the season]I want to play after United win 5-0. Is it as bad as drawing two games or worse? I don’t know.

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Klopp admitted he was very disappointed after Darwin Nunez was sent off against Crystal Palace, but insisted the striker needs to bounce back from the incident.

“They like playing in the back and can see and feel the high-pressing ideas.

“We weren’t ready for the game in pre-season. The quality they have up front is ridiculous. The quality in midfield – whoever the line-up is – Eriksen, Fernandes, van de Beek, Fred. Oh, and there’s McTominay.

“A lot of things have to be rebuilt and changed, and it’s not easy.”