Klopp Assessing Criticisms Laid On The Liverpool Captain Unreasonable
Jurgen Klopp feels that the criticism that has been addressed to Jordan Henderson makes no sense. Liverpool captain was considered not good enough game as a defensive midfielder Situs Judi.
The 27-year-old player has a history of injury to his foot base during last season. He then finds it difficult to get back to the best performance, and the great expectations that are on his shoulders are so heavy that he is often not maximized.
Klopp feels the criticism is too excessive and can not be so quick to judge a player even though he is a captain. The German manager calls Henderson a human, sometimes up and down in terms of performance.
In the last game, the captain scored an important goal against Leicester City in a 3-2 thrashing victory at King Power Stadium last weekend. It became his first goal since he last made 362 days ago against Chelsea.
“That does not make sense. Critics? I do not know, “Klopp replied when asked about Henderson’s criticism.
“All the responsibilities that Hendo earns in the LFC and the national team, and are still not the most experienced player. He is still very good at his age when he can grow a lot, ”
“Unfortunately, when you have a captain’s armband, you think to be perfect or give it now,”
This season is Henderson’s seventh year at Anfield, since it was brought from his childhood club Sunderland in 2011. Since then, he has made 248 appearances for the Merseyside giants, and created 24 goals and created 39 assists.
The departure of club legend Steven Gerrard at the end of the 2014-15 season, as a blessing for Henderson. Because the coach at the time Brendan Rodgers directly appointed him as the successor of Gerrard leadership relay baton as a captain.
Last season Liverpool could not be reinforced identical midfielder wearing this no.14 jersey in the second half, due to suffered a serious injury. Without it, the Reds successfully sealed the fourth rank of the English League that made them finally able to re-appear in the Champions League. (Source: Squawka)