Jose Enrique endured a tricky time .

Jose Enrique slammed by Liverpool fans

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Jose Enrique made his first start in just under a year on Friday night as Liverpool were held against League Two outfit Exeter City in the FA Cup. 

The clash at St James Park represented the Spaniard's first outing under the guidance of Jurgen Klopp, but things didn't exactly go to plan. 

Liverpool, of course, failed to overcome the club currently sitting in 16th place in the fourth-tier of English football. 


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Exeter, who twice took the lead against the Reds, will now get the opportunity to take on the Merseyside outfit at Anfield in a replay. 

The aforementioned Enrique, then, certainly didn't impress the Liverpool faithful, who were quick to take to social media during and after the game.

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Twitter reacts 

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Tough night 

Well, it appears that Liverpool fans have completely lost faith in Enrique. In truth, it's bizarre that the former Newcastle United man is still at the club. 

Exeter City v Liverpool - The Emirates FA Cup Third Round

He failed to come to prominence under Brendan Rodgers and it's surely unlikely that Klopp is going to hand him a regular role. 

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