‘I Get Frustrated’: Jamie Carragher Names One Thing Liverpool Boss Jurgen Klopp Doesn’t Do Enough Amid International Break

Jamie Carragher recently addressed the one thing he believes Jurgen Klopp doesn’t do enough at Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp’s tenure at Liverpool has been marked by an exceptional track record of success. Since his arrival, he has orchestrated a remarkable transformation within the club, turning doubters into believers and significantly altering the landscape of Liverpool football.

Throughout this journey, Klopp has overseen the buildup of what can be deemed as the most prosperous Liverpool team in contemporary times.

His astute management has attracted notable figures such as Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah, individuals whose contributions will be enshrined in the annals of Anfield history for generations to come.

Despite Klopp’s myriad achievements, Jamie Carragher contends that there is one thing in which the manager could have been more hands-on. This observation has gained prominence, particularly in light of Klopp’s recent engagement with the international break.

On The Overlap with Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher discussed the international break and the trend of Manchester City players withdrawing from their national teams in large numbers.

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According to Carragher, this phenomenon should have been embraced by Liverpool, suggesting that Jurgen Klopp should have encouraged his players to opt out of national team duty more frequently.

“I get frustrated at Liverpool because I don’t think we do it enough,” Carragher said.

“Pull people out of internationals. Jurgen Klopp was telling Gareth Southgate to play Gomez, I was like ‘oh,’ he added.


City and Liverpool both experienced player absences during the recent international break. Among the missing were Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez for Liverpool, who were sidelined with minor injuries but are expected to be fit for the upcoming match against Brighton.

With Salah and Nunez being crucial figures in Liverpool’s attacking lineup, criticism towards Manchester City for their own players missing international duty seems unwarranted.

Additionally, Klopp’s adeptness at managing his players’ well-being and prioritising their interests contributes to his players’ admiration for him.

This approach fosters a positive environment where players feel supported and motivated to excel.

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Klopp’s emphasis on individual player success and welfare aligns with his coaching philosophy, which has been integral to Liverpool’s achievements during his tenure at Anfield.

Effective player management is fundamental to Klopp’s managerial style and the club’s overall success.

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