Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has said that Liverpool must continue to “trust” Jurgen Klopp during the difficult periods at the club.
Since 2017, Liverpool have fallen outside of the top four in the Premier League and suffered exits in both the FA Cup and EFL Cup, and their form has led to criticism from some of their supporters.
However, Rodgers – who managed the Merseyside giants between 2012 and 2015 – has called on his former side to keep faith with the German, who he believes is relishing the challenge at Anfield.
The Celtic boss told talkSPORT: “If you put a manager in place, you have to trust him. The narrative can’t change every single day. You can’t be a good manager on the Monday and then a very poor manager on Tuesday.
“You have to trust there is going to be difficult periods and, with all due respect, Liverpool probably have the fifth highest budget in the Premier League.