Matty_the_Emo_Slayer wrote:Koeman it seems, Billic can't be far behind though.
The Liverpool defense problem is made worse by the fact that being leaky at the back is exactly why Rodgers failed, so it's not even a problem of Klopp's own making. The rot was well set in when he arrived and he's had 2 years to sort it out but done nothing.
Having looked at the transfers made during his tenure Klopp isn't exactly prioritizing strengthening his defense, most of his transfers have revolved around the midfield. I get Gegenpressing puts more emphasis play at the top of the field but that has to be built on a strong defense to allow that. As to whether it's Klopp or others in charge of transfers who are to blame I don't know but surely it's got to come to a head soon.
Gandalf the Red wrote:Koeman has already gone.
I hope McNulty's happy as he was trying to get him sacked last night. Him and the BBC are an utter disgrace.
I read that also, normally I'd agree with you, often a temporary loss of form or just bad luck is conflated too quickly with "sack them" by the Beeb. I'd agree with them on Koeman though, every time I've seen Everton play this season it really has smacked of 11 individuals on the field playing for themselves apart from the City match. While I'd admit it is a bit sooner than I'd have hoped (unless they're utterly clueless then I'd give managers time) but I've seen little to warrant keeping Koeman had the form continued as is.
Though the Beeb love to kick Everton fans when they're down, after the Koeman article they put one up speculating that Moyes could return