Liverpool are in a difficult moment. The Reds have been on a downward slope since Christmas, consistently putting in poor performances and dropping points. We have faith the boss will turn it around and we could be set to hang on to him for the duration of his contract. A decision by Joachim Low could see Jürgen Klopp pass up the Germany job this time around.
Faith in the gaffer
Liverpool have been in awful form in the past few months.
Injuries thoroughly caught up with the Reds after Christmas.
Players have been dragged out of position and key stars are showing signs of fatigue.
The goals have gone, the intensity has gone, the ideas have gone.
Thankfully the owners have every faith in the gaffer and so do the fans.
He’ll steer us out of this eventually, a lot of it has been out of his control.
Joachim Low, Jürgen Klopp and the Germany Job
There has always been speculation that at some point Joachim Low would step down and Jürgen Klopp would take the Germany job.
The Reds boss has long been seen as the natural successor, the ideal candidate to succeed the successful incumbent.
This week Joachim Low announced he’ll be leaving the Germany job after Euro 2020.
Of course, Jürgen Klopp was asked whether he’ll become the Germany manager this summer and he delivered a firm ‘no’ to the press.
This is a massive boost for Liverpool and their fans.
Low stepping down has come at the perfect time.
Klopp won’t leave the Reds whilst we’re in something of a crisis, he wouldn’t do that.
Germany won’t keep the job on ice for him, they’ll have to look elsewhere.
This means that we’re more likely to see Klopp see out his contract at Liverpool; the only thing which could change that would be whoever does take the Germany job getting sacked within their first year or two.