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Klopp has the misfortune of this cup final defeat being in February rather than May, meaning it can’t be the watershed it might have been if this was an FA Cup Final.
At the end of a season you can reassess the game, send your players on holiday and get to work on replacing those who weren’t up to it.
ike all those other final defeats, for Liverpool the 2016 League Cup Final will shortly be treated like it did not happen at all. Get those 20 DVDs out and make yourself feel better.
Yet while temporary amnesia is desirable, the repercussions are unavoidable.
t does not take long after a demoralising defeat for the first muttering of psychobabble.
“This could be a blessing in disguise,” claims a lone voice at the back of the train carriage, just as you’re edging away from Euston heading back north.
The blessing then is you don’t need to pick one or two of them ever again.
You’ve invested time, effort, emotion and – in the fans’ cases – far too much money to make the trip south only to leave with nothing more than the desire to suffer short-term memory loss.
Klopp must somehow make these players believe there is glory in finishing fifth in the Premier League.
There is a fixed glare, and then a demand for justification.
“At least the owners can see how many more players we need now.” The argument has some merit even if the sentiment is misplaced, of course.
Whatever the outcome in Sunday’s League Cup Final, changes were necessary to Liverpool’s squad and it did not need a deflating loss to ram home the point.There are no positives in defeat after a Wembley final. Fair play to Jurgen Klopp for emphasising precisely how ‘sh*t’ it feels.