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Better give us Manchester United a walkover, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp commented on next match

Manchester United, who lost the first two matches miserably, will face Liverpool in an important match tomorrow in the English Premier League.

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Around 10,000 United fans are planning to march against owner Joel Glazer before the kick-off of tomorrow’s match. Jurgen Klopp has said Liverpool must be awarded points if the protest affects the match at Old Trafford.

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A similar protest took place before a home game against Liverpool in May last year. Thousands of fans gathered outside Old Trafford and set fires. One of the biggest matches in the Premier League was canceled after the stadium was attacked.

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“I really hope it doesn’t happen, but if it does I think we should get the points,” Klopp said. “We can’t do anything if the Manchester United supporters don’t want the game to go on. We can’t rearrange the game, not in an incredibly busy period,” Klopp said.

 

“I don’t know what’s going to happen. But in such a situation the other team should get the point because they have nothing to do. We are ready for the game,” he added.

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Jurgen Klopp

Two games. Two losses. Six goals conceded. Only one goal was scored and that too was an own goal. This is the current state of United. They are bottom of the points table.

 

They suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to Brighton, followed by a 4-0 defeat by Brentford on Saturday, widely regarded as one of the worst results in United’s recent history.

 

If United lose again on Monday, they will begin a season with three consecutive defeats for the first time in the Premier League era (since 1992). Klopp also said he has no sympathy for newly appointed Manchester United manager Erik ten Haag.

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Ten Haag is the sixth man in the Old Trafford hotseat since Klopp joined Liverpool, following in the footsteps of Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and interims Michael Carrick and Ralf Rangnick.

 

 

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