Following the Reds’ shocking loss to Atalanta on Thursday night, rival supporters have taken a sharp edge against Liverpool, requesting reimbursement for their travel expenses to Dublin for the Europa League final on May 22.

In the first leg of their quarterfinal match, Liverpool lost 3-0 at Anfield to the Italian team, putting on one of their worst performances under Jurgen Klopp.

Few anticipated the outcome, and the manager acknowledged that his squad “lost the plot.” A thrilling final between Klopp’s team and Bayer Leverkusen under Xabi Alonso in the Irish capital the following month had been the fantasy of supporters.

Fans of Liverpool, who are certain of making it to the championship game, understand that their team needs another incredible European comeback. Those who made reservations for hotels and flights in Dublin must decide whether to hold onto their faith or scramble to get their money back. ‘F**k me Liverpool, this is the worst I’ve ever seen you play,’ one person wrote. It appears that the May trip to Dublin has been canceled.

“Honestly, what the f*** is this?” another person said. I understand that we have to switch things up, but it’s ridiculous to treat this like a fucking preseason game. Liverpool is pathetic. I should cancel my hotels in Dublin.

Their chances of winning the league title were in jeopardy following their Sunday afternoon tie with rivals Manchester United, which occurred just four days before to this defeat.

After the match, opposition supporters—the Red Devils in particular—took to social media to make fun of Klopp’s team. As a result, a ton of memes appeared online.

One fan wrote on X, the former Twitter platform, “The boy behind Liverpool’s downfall, show my starboy some respect,” along with two pictures of the adolescent phenom Kobbie Mainoo following his strike against the Reds the previous week.

Man United has defeated Liverpool. One more person said, “You love to see it.”

Strangely ignoring the 7-0 thumping of the Dutchman’s club at Anfield last year, a third United supporter wrote: ‘Klopp leaves Liverpool without beating Ten Hag even once,’ accompanied by a string of laughing emojis and Klopp’s face spliced onto a baby being held by Ten Hag.

Many supporters emphasized that, after eight years in charge, this run-in might be Klopp’s final as manager, and that things might not go exactly as planned.

With the FA Cup, Europa League, and Premier League left to be played for, Liverpool had aspirations of winning the quadruple after their incredible victory in the Carabao Cup earlier this year with an injured squad.

But after a disappointing FA Cup loss to United, they drew with the Red Devils in the league and lost to Atalanta in Europe.

One fan wrote on X, “Hope Klopp farewell tour is not just with the Carabao Cup for Liverpool Football Club before saying goodbye,” along with a video of a frustrated-looking Klopp impersonator stumbling on the ground.

“Good morning, Liverpool fans,” wrote someone else. How is the quadruple season under Klopp going? You’ll run out of tears at this point. Don’t claim we didn’t alert you to Liverpool’s challenging forthcoming schedule.

A third, which was directed at captain Virgil van Dijk, included a video of WWE’s The Rock and said, “Van Dijk trying to stop that cross for 2nd goal with his aura.”

In addition, Reds supporters who canceled their visits to Dublin were made fun of. One fan posted an explicit video of someone yanking money from a cashier, claiming it depicted Liverpool supporters in light of the team’s loss.

“That hotel in Dublin is getting cancelled,” one person said, while another asked if Dublin could accommodate all the Liverpool supporters traveling there for the Europa League final.

Next week, the Reds travel to Italy with a heavy challenge to turn around the tie, but they will have confidence in themselves after securing some great comebacks in Europe under Klopp’s leadership.

Following a bewildering display, Klopp said, “Oh my God, it was a really bad game.”

We had a great start, but we stopped there. We kind of lost the plot before they even got a point.

“We were neither here nor there.” That was how midfield was arranged, left to right.

“I found it somewhat surprising as I didn’t recognize it at all.”

In response to inquiries about his choice of squad, he continued, saying, “I understand the question 100%; if we lose a game, that’s how it is – the changes.” However, we need to make adjustments if we want to be successful for the remainder of the season, which is one of the reasons I would do everything exactly the same again.

I am aware that I am the primary cause of this outcome. However, the choice (for the starting lineup) would not change.

With seven games remaining in the Premier League, they trail Arsenal on goal differential and currently sit in second place in the table.

They will play Crystal Palace at Anfield this weekend in an attempt to reclaim the top spot, with Manchester City, the defending champions, now the clear favorites.


By xplora

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