'People have doubted him': Sky pundit says Liverpool need to look at 46-year-old boss not even in the frame. - sportupdate
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‘People have doubted him’: Sky pundit says Liverpool need to look at 46-year-old boss not even in the frame.



“People have doubted him,” says a Sky analyst, adding that Liverpool should not even consider the 46-year-old manager.Lee Hendrie has speculated that Liverpool should be interested in a Premier League manager who is ostensibly not even a candidate to replace Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool.

The announcement that Jurgen Klopp would be leaving Liverpool at the conclusion of the current season shaked the football globe. It arrives with the Reds at the top of the Premier League standings, presumably in a favorable position following a rebuilding effort.



Obviously, considerable speculation has already circulated regarding the managers that the club may be considering.


Eddie Howe is considered a candidate for the Liverpool position.

Liverpool is interested in Xabi Alonso and Roberto De Zerbi, both of whom are revered. Ange Postecoglou, meanwhile, has garnered support from some for Liverpool’s consideration.However, Lee Hendrie suggested on Sky Sports News that Eddie Howe has accomplished enough during his tenure at Newcastle to be considered for the position.


“I wish I could insert an individual who is not currently listed. The state of affairs in Newcastle is not particularly favorable, in my opinion. That was remarked upon. And I believe that an individual such as Eddie Howe, who may have experience with the Premier League, has been to a difficult football club to manage. I believe that some individuals have shrugged him off. He will not be departing Newcastle, that much is certain. However, when considering managers who are not in the picture, Eddie Howe and De Zerbi come to mind. Of the two, Eddie Howe stands out to me due to his impressive playing style. “His style appeals to me,” he stated.


Numerous identities will be associated with Jurgen Klopp prior to his departure.

Howe has performed admirably while at St. James’ Park. Upon assuming leadership, the Magpies seemed to be facing a significant risk of relegation.Obviously, he has spent some of his money. However, this fails to account for their subsequent qualification for the Champions League the following season.


Newcastle supporters have never lost confidence in Howe. Furthermore, it is conceivable that he would not harbor any intention of departing. Nevertheless, Liverpool are likely among the limited number of clubs that could potentially present him with a decision to consider.


It will be extremely intriguing to observe Liverpool’s subsequent move. Considering the critical nature of the decision, it is imperative that no name in the frame comes as a complete surprise, as the club is compelled to investigate every possible aspect.