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Jurgen Klopp responds when asked if he could get sacked just like Tuchel
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Jurgen Klopp responds when asked if he could get sacked just like Tuchel

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After Chelsea sacked Thomas Tuchel this week, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was asked if he could suffer the same fate following his side’s humiliating defeat against Napoli.

The Blues’ new owners decided to part ways with the German a day after Chelsea suffered a shock defeat to Dynamo Zagreb in the Champions League. Graham Potter has been appointed as the club’s new head coach now.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp responds when asked if he could get sacked just like Tuchel

A top Premier League club suffered a shock defeat in the Champions League this week and their German manager was shown the door the next day.

That was Chelsea and Tuchel, but the journalists at the Estadio Diego Armando Maradona this week couldn’t resist putting that scenario forward to Klopp after Napoli beat Liverpool 4-1.

Asked if Liverpool’s owners could follow Chelsea and sack him, Klopp said, as quoted by The Metro: “Not really, but who knows?

“The difference is, obviously, there are different kinds of owners. Our owners are rather calm and expect from me to sort the situation and not thinking that somebody else should sort it.

“That’s how they always saw it. On the day that they change their thoughts, they might tell me.”

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Chelsea did what they’ve always done when they decided to sack Tuchel. Liverpool, however, are run very differently.

Klopp took over Liverpool when they were in an awful position. He has fully transformed the club and they’re now one of the best sides in the world.

Things haven’t been great for the Reds this season. They’ve won just three of the seven games that they’ve played in all competitions, and are already six points behind the Premier League leaders.

That, however, should have no impact on FSG’s thinking as there simply isn’t a better manager in the world for Liverpool than Klopp.

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