Or he is putting himself exactly where the manager told him...and I did not see Klopp correcting his position so for me following instructions.
This is more likely the case is it is fairly standard In Modern footy that your FBs get on the chalk high and wide, CBs split and one of the middies drops in there so your covered if you lose the ball or do something stupid with it. I believe it is as much about your shape without the ball (or if you lose it) as it is about Hendo being some sort of quarter-back/scrum half when he's got the ball (which he isn't isn't!).
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