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Jurgen Klopp has expressed dissatisfaction with the atmosphere at Anfield, urging quiet fans to “give their tickets to somebody else” if they are unwilling to support the team during the weekend clash against Arsenal.

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Following their resounding 5-1 victory over West Ham United, securing a spot in the Carabao Cup semi-finals, Klopp’s critique stems from the subdued ambiance at Anfield during the recent 0-0 draw with Manchester United. The typically vibrant stadium fell into an uncharacteristic silence, prompting opposition goalkeeper Andre Onana to admit he “felt nothing” from the stands.

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Speaking to the press after the West Ham game, Klopp voiced his disappointment with the lack of energy in the stadium, particularly during the first half when Liverpool dominated but received minimal vocal support. He questioned the fans, stating that with the team’s exceptional performance, the atmosphere should have been more enthusiastic.

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Looking ahead to the upcoming top-of-the-table clash with Arsenal, Klopp issued a rallying cry to the fans, emphasizing the importance of Anfield’s support. He urged supporters to be engaged from the first second of the match, emphasizing the need for enthusiasm against a well-prepared Arsenal side.

In a bold statement, Klopp suggested that if fans are not in the right shape or find the December football schedule overwhelming, they should consider giving their tickets to someone else. He emphasized the need for excitement and energetic support, highlighting that despite many positive performances against West Ham, the team was only 1-0 up, underscoring the necessity for a fervent Anfield crowd.

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