The way he embarrassed the king on more than one occasion. Don't get me started on those stupid t-shirts.
Then after his strike and sulk he bit his way out of the club.
And let's not forget he celebrated against us and behaved in the semi final.
No class, no dignity ... out for himself. It was a great day when he left. I'd rather have an origi ... at least he contributed something meaningful whilst he was here.
Origi ended his time here as 7th choice upfront, behind Minamino in the pecking order. Great finisher and scorer of important goals yes, but an awful lazy footballer in general, totally unsuited to Klopp's style of play. I'm sure he'll do a good job somewhere, but it was never going to be here.
Despite his flaws, Suarez was and still is one of the best forwards in the world, who has scored everywhere he's been. It would have been great to see how him and Torres would have developed as a partnership, but unfortunately we'll never know.
He celebrated a goal against us, because he scored a goal against us, as players do every year. Usually I switch to LFCTV while the opposition are celebrating against us, but their celebrations should not be something to hold against them, especially as we won the tie, but the rare times we concede when I am at a game, I just look away from the centre of attention. I thought the chant was best reserved for the likes of Sterling.
Karius. He was nowhere near as good as mignolet (who obviously was nowhere near ali's level) . Karius was a disaster and I've no idea why Jürgen kept faith with him.
Even the best make the odd mistake. And to be fair ... after the debacle in Kiev it was corrected ... and some.
At least he put himself in the firing line. Yes he made mistakes and he faced the consequences, but he won't be the first or the last to. Grobbelaar made many mistakes in his time here, big ones in big games that resulted in goals conceded and games lost, but he was still No. 1 here for over 10 years, and as we won so many trophies, nobody cared much about his mistakes at the time. There was no Twitter then, and no death threats dished out to him after every error.
Davies contributed nothing at all to the club, therefore he was worse than the lot of them.