Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool’s Manager ripped into the Bournemouth management and extended his condolences to Scott Parker after the Englishman was fired on Tuesday morning.
Scott Parker was removed from his position after three straight defeats. Bournemouth defeated Aston Villa on the opening weekend but lost to Manchester City, Arsenal, and Liverpool by a total score of 16-0.
Jurgen Klopp Talks On Scott Parker’s Dismissal
Saturday’s 9-0 humiliation at Anfield was particularly stinging, as Vitality Stadium executives took action so early in the season in order to keep their Premier League status. Jurgen Klopp, on the other hand, was not pleased with the decision and blamed Bournemouth’s owners for failing to provide packer with the necessary financial assistance during the summer transfer window.
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Jurgen Klopp stated at his news conference on Tuesday that when he heard that today, he realized how critical it is for the football club to have the proper owners at that time.
He continued to say that some clubs are owned by countries, while others, such as themselves and possibly Arsenal, have a structure, then three clubs came up: Nottingham [Forest], Fulham, and he doesn’t recall Bournemouth accomplishing much, which is difficult for a coach.
Bournemouth spent £24 million on acquisitions this summer, spending less than all 19 of their Premier League opponents combined. Liverpool has spent around £100 million throughout the transfer window, with the club-record £85 million signing of Darwin Nunez being the standout piece of business for Klopp’s side.
Although it appeared like the Reds had plenty of time to finish their business, there has been pressure on them to return to the market in hopes of bringing in a midfielder. Jurgen Klopp, though, shot off rumours that there will be any additional arrivals at Anfield before the deadline on Thursday night.
He stated that he is not being careful and they were told what was and wasn’t possible. According to Klopp, they attempted to operate inside this range and there was no reason to criticize because they won the championship without adding any players. He added that they have an existing team as well and every player they have in attendance wants to be there.
Klopp said that occasionally, he would like to take on a little bit more risk [in the market], but he doesn’t choose that. He also said that they have a fantastic team, and they’re going to give this season everything they’ve got.