Jurgen Klopp said three words to Liverpool players after West Ham game

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed that he said just three words to his players after his side were beaten at the hands of West Ham United on Saturday. 

The Reds were comfortably beaten at Upton Park as Antonio and Andy Carroll scored the goals for Slaven Bilic's side.

In fact, after their sixth Premier League defeat of the season, the Reds are now in eighth place in the division. 


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Following proceedings, Klopp wasn't exactly in great spirits, but insisted that it wasn't the worst game he had seen in his life. 

“I only told the players three words after the game,” said the German, as per the Mirror. “But we [will] have to speak about it again, because it was not the worst game I ever saw in my life.”

But there's problem

Ultimately, though, Liverpool aren't quite good enough right now. They may well have the revered Klopp in the dugout, but they have a long way to go in their pursuit of success. 

Indeed, Liverpool are six points behind Tottenham, who currently sit in the fourth and final Champions League spot. 

It's not going to be easy for Klopp's side to climb the table, but you have to feel that they have to enter the transfer window over the coming weeks. January looks set to be an important month for the club. 

Who should Liverpool sign this month? Have your say below! 

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Steven Gerrard
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