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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is urging fans to bring their A-game in terms of enthusiasm to Anfield for the upcoming clash against Arsenal. Despite a lukewarm atmosphere during the recent 5-1 victory over West Ham in the EFL Cup, Klopp emphasized the importance of the Anfield crowd, known as the 12th man, in their pursuit of success.

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Klopp acknowledged the disappointment of some fans after the draw against Manchester United, suggesting that the subdued atmosphere from that match carried over to the midweek fixture. Despite a stellar performance by his players, the manager felt the crowd’s engagement was lacking.

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With a crucial match against league leaders Arsenal on the horizon, Klopp called on the fans for a more spirited and lively presence at Anfield. Recognizing the significance of the stadium and its supporters, he emphasized the need for an energetic atmosphere to enhance their chances of securing maximum points against Mikel Arteta’s side.

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“I was not overly happy with the atmosphere behind me. I wondered what they wanted,” Klopp remarked regarding the West Ham win. He emphasized the importance of Anfield being electric without needing any external motivation.

Arsenal’s manager, Arteta, is familiar with the challenging atmosphere at Anfield and once attempted to recreate it in a training session using speakers. With just one point separating Arsenal from second-placed Liverpool, the upcoming match could have a significant impact on the title race, and Klopp is eager for the Anfield faithful to play their part.

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