Owen advises Klopp on the management of Liverpool

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Erstwhile Liverpool player, Micheal Owen has given club manager,Jurgen Klopp some pieces of advice on how he can run the club properly.

The former England captain-who once played for both Liverpool and Manchester United– told Klopp that as his transfer wish is closing to come to reality he should rejig state of affairs and proffer solution to challenges faced by the club.

Jurgen Klopp

“But the people that hold the purse strings, it’s their decision and you’ve got to run the club properly,” Owen said.

Recall that the Reds were knocked out of the FA Cup away from home by United, thanks to the treble scored by Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford, and Bruno Fernandes who ensure that Mohammed Salah’s brace could not be enough for Klopp’s men to go to the next round of the English competition.

The Premier League defending champions are experiencing consternations, as things are not looking good with the club for the past five games, losing only one game in the year against Aston Villa, which is fast becoming a problem for Klopp.

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However, Owen admitted the difference between the Reds and the Red Devils in the FA Cup match was level of confidence.

“I suppose from Liverpool’s point of view it was a disappointing result, however, scoring two goals that will delight Jurgen Klopp. Mo Salah with both of them.” He admitted

Liverpool’s dream to clinch the FA Cup title for the eight time was dashed, as they were knocked out by Manchester United,3-2

“I think today the difference with the two sides: one is very confident, on a great run of form at the moment and the other just having a bit of a blip. That almost played out.

“Salah will be disappointed to score two goals and still not be on the winning side but then super-sub [Fernandes] came on.

Liverpool are set to come back to winning ways, as they face Jose Mourinho’s men, Tottenham in the Premier League

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