Post-Match Analysis: Liverpool 0-1 Fulham
Post-Match Analysis: Liverpool 0-1 Fulham
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The sixth defeat in a row at Anfield was described – at the beginning of Klopp’s post-match press conference – with the words “not good enough” by the man himself. Thankfully, he then goes onto explain that we had to make several changes (and wanted to…

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