Unfair to think Klopp couldn't have thought Lovren might put in a good performance . But I see what you are saying and the sooner Joe gets back, the betterm
It’s not a case of being fair or unfair, it’s just stating how it is, he made a mistake going with Lovren.
Whoever Klopp picks, be it Salah or a nipper for example, he will do so in the belief that he will get a good performance from that player.
We are all happy to praise Klopp when he puts a winning team out so you can’t then void any criticism. He made a mistake picking Lovren, it’s just how it is. Doesn’t change anything of how great he’s been for us or how much we love him or take anything away from him as a manager.
He picked Lovren with good intentions and Lovren let him down, but as manager Klopp is the one who takes responsibility for that because he picked him and given Lovren’s history against physical players, on this occasion I wasn’t confident from the moment I saw the line up.
But on the other hand there is some good to have come of it because in case there was any lingering doubt, he has proven once again he’s not good enough for us and that could well be one of the last times we see him playing for us.
Maybe Henderson is more of a leader than I think he is.
Perhaps it isn't surprising our lads are thinking of being on the beach since he's been out.
I agree to an extent, I don’t think we’d have played anywhere near as bad these last 2 games with Hendo, but at the same time he didn’t exactly stand up and make a huge difference in the Norwich game or until he went off vs Atletico.
He’s a big miss but I think at the moment it’s down to the whole team getting a bit complacent and perhaps too comfortable rather than missing an individual player.