Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter to share their worries with their side’s current form in recent weeks.
This comes after Liverpool journalist James Pearce shared a tweet on his official page commenting on Liverpool’s lack of brilliant performances so far this season.
This post also contained an article from The Athletic going into more detail about Liverpool’s form.
The tweet then gathered many replies from Liverpool fans who were keen to share their own opinions on the team.
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Here’s a sample of Liverpool fans criticising their team’s performances:
We haven’t sparkled all season James and I think it’s because both the players and manager have become very cautious. We look like a Houllier side right now. It’s understandable as there is huge pressure but it gives teams the impetius.
— Rashid (@HRashid_) December 1, 2019
It worries me that we are not winning easily even against teams we should.
— Paul horner (@pfhorner) December 1, 2019
Just about, Fabinho will be a massive blow particularly against Leicester
— Shane (@shaneslife) December 2, 2019
Jurgen Klopp’s side have only managed to keep a clean sheet in two of their 14 Premier League victories so far this season (per Transfermarkt). This could be a factor as to why they have not been as convincing a team as they have been in the past, but there’s no doubting the fighting spirit and winning mentality.
Need to get our mojo back. An attacking force will strike fear into everybody. I’m not sure on this game management schtick for every game.
— Anthony Dry (@AnthonyDry) December 2, 2019
Imagine what will happen when we do start sparkling. Frightening prospect
— Simon King (@kingadingdong) December 2, 2019
do we worry that they’re due to get caught out or due to catch fire and hammer a few teams?
— ricky (@veloricky) December 1, 2019
What do we think?
Considering they are currently 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League in December despite not hitting top form, Liverpool are in a very good position at the moment. If they can keep grinding out results and maybe improve their team performances this season, they could finally win their much sought after Premier League title.