Alan Shearer believes Liverpool have not improved one bit under Jurgen Klopp.
The German celebrated two years in charge at Anfield on Sunday having replaced Brendan Rodgers in October 2015.
He guided Liverpool to two cup finals in his first season and back into the Champions League last term.
“Too much under Klopp seems to be based on that call for passion and excitement but the way they play isn’t going to win them the league,” Shearer writes.
“Defeat [on Sunday] will leave them ten points behind Jose Mourinho’s men and effectively end Liverpool’s title challenge before the clocks have changed.”
“It will leave many Liverpool fans misty-eyed for a time when they ruled football at home and abroad.
A time when they truly were the greatest. Right now the glory days he enjoyed at Anfield are as far away as ever,” he added.
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