News Sports: Jürgen Klopp has called former Aston Villa striker Gaby Avonlahor about his criticism of Manchester United’s 4-0 defeat to Brentford.
Former Aston Villa striker Agbonlahor described United as “amateurs” during the match and the likes of Christian Eriksen, David De Gea and Lisandro Martinez as “not good enough”. inside yourself.
United, who will face Klopp’s Liverpool live in Sky on Monday night, are bottom of the Premier League with two defeats, but the Reds manager said early in the season that Erik Tenn had his Hague side out. I protected it.
“Obviously it hasn’t been a good week for United after the Brentford game and in these moments we forget how good Brentford are. It was so bad [the reaction to it] that after watching the first half here [at the practice field], I drove home and listened to Talksport and Gabby [Abonlahore].
“If I were them (United), I would say, ‘Ten Hag, pack your bags’ right after this game,” said the former Aston Villa forward. “He had a pre-season and they started the season in disarray. They’re like strangers on the pitch.
“They aren’t good enough. (David) De Gea needs to know that (Christian) Eriksen has a man behind him. Use your brains. Give him that.” No. Man City won’t even give Rodri.In that position. “If I were Gary Neville [as Sky Sports commentator], I’d throw in a clean towel at halftime and say, ‘Okay, it’s 4-0, I can’t take it anymore.
“They are not united, they are divided, neither works for each other. Look at them, they are like strangers on the pitch.” At Monday’s pre-match press conference ahead of the trip to Old Trafford, Klopp defended Ten Hag’s side despite United’s early-season woes. United defeated Liverpool 4-0 in Bangkok and Klopp was keen to remind the public of the ten-hag quality of his team.
“Away games with United are never easy,” said Klopp. “We have to do our best.