Carragher: Liverpool Not Seriously Compete this Season
Liverpool football legend Jamie Carragher said his side’s draw against Newcastle United last weekend described them as not serious enough to compete this season.
The match that took place at St James Park, the Reds since the early minutes were able to control the game and the result Philippe Coutinho scored, but unfortunately the advantage did not last long article The Magpies able to equalize through Joselu seven minutes later.
Until the final minutes though Jordan Henderson Cs continued to attack the heart of Rafael Benitez’s defense but the second goal did not come and the result they had to settle for sharing the points in the seventh week of the English Premier League, which with such an unfortunate result kept them ranked seventh standings with 12 points packed. While Newcastle are ranked ninth.
After watching the Merseyside team play, Carragher believes the poor appearance of foster children Jurgen Klopp because there is no quality defender in the heart of defense. With that record then the legend doubt his favorite club in this season.
“It’s seen from the way Liverpool survive in every game,” Caragher told the media.
“In the matter of controlling the game and conceding a goal. How many times have we said this? Lack of concentration makes Liverpool have to pay dearly with a defeat or a draw.
“When you last you must be really aggressive, but when you have the ball then you have to calm down. Where I feel Liverpool are not fast enough to move for both. You would think, ‘What about Liverpool if it is not defended by Philippe Coutinho at the moment?’
“Do I think Liverpool are serious to compete this season? No. The summer transfer market is not going well for them. They did not solve the problems they had to solve in the summer. ”
Meanwhile, the next game after the International break of the Reds will fight strong Manchester United team at Anfield. Even reportedly the action will be the material evaluation of Jurgen Klopp’s performance if the return failed to reap the full points.