Published: Sun, November 11, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Liverpool still heading in the right direction - Klopp

Liverpool still heading in the right direction - Klopp

We're now knee deep in the 2018/19 season, and yet - astonishingly - no Premier League manager has yet to leave his post.

The Saints eventually turned things around to secure 14th-placed finish and if Fulham are to emulate that climb up the table they need a change in momentum.

Irrespective of who leads Liverpool's attack on Sunday, it would be a worrisome attack for Fulham.

"The performance altogether over the whole game was odd and not us".

There is still plenty of love for Slavisa.

'Behind us is a long two and a half years, to give up after a few months; I will repeat, (the) battle will be tough, we will be strong.

"We must accept this situation and go outside our comfort zone, because this didn't bring us a good result".

Will he have a special plan for Liverpool?

"We are right now not showing this quality or effort, we must wake up and when we lose the game we must know how we lost it; we can not sell our skin so cheap". I do not press any players.

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Fulham spent around £100m on 12 signings this summer but numerous new faces have struggled to impress.

Jokanovic has overseen multiple overhauls of the playing squad in his three years at Fulham, with more than 35 players leaving the club during his spell as head coach. Jean-Michael Seri is an incredible talent, but he's really struggled in recent games. If another team scores two goals in the last few minutes then you only see the result.

Which player should the Anfield crowd keep an eye on? "I think there are a lot of teams who are underachieving but i think that you are more likely to stay in the business sticking to your guns". I do not run into the space. However, Slav has a tendency to surprise everyone with his line-ups, so I guess you can never be too sure!

What is the team's biggest strength? The Belgrade Incident™ aside - we'll get to that later - their ability to do just that has been their saving grace so far. Indeed he has contributed just one goal less this season as of now than he had at this time last season.

The 28-year-old is back in contention for the Sunday's Premier League clash with Fulham.

What is your prediction for the game? Liverpool's league form has been extraordinary and the Reds are one of the most feared teams in Europe.

I'm hoping though that Fulham really try to prove a point to the doubters that they do have the desire to turn the bad form around.

Andrew Atherley expects an entertaining feast in the Sunday lunchtime kick-off at Anfield.

I'm clutching at straws, but hopefully, these factors will work in our favour and we will come away with a shock 1-1 draw. I can't ever predict a Fulham defeat!

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