Liverpool Manager, Jurgen Klopp says he has been sad with the recent loss of jobs by some of his colleagues in the country, but hoped the clubs had little faith and patience with the Coaches.
The likes of Mauricio Pochettino, Unai Emery and Quique Sanchez Flores have all left their jobs due to mutual consent, after a series of poor performances over recent weeks.
“Me personally, I feel the clubs were not patient enough”.
“In general, if you are in the job like mine then there is pressure there; you have to deliver, and if it doesn’t work out they have to try something else”.
“The most important thing before you sign a manager is that the people who sign the manager look for the right things”.
“There are a lot of really good managers out there but it needs to fit to the club and the ambitions. If it does, then everybody can be happy at the end”.
“But in general the pressure comes too quick and the decisions are made too quick, because people are not patient enough. But I was not in that situation so far, thank God”.