A banner supporting Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been unfurled outside Anfield amid the club’s struggles.
The Reds boss saw his side make it three Premier League games without a win in a 3-1 loss to Leicester on Saturday.
Now 13 points behind leaders Manchester City with 14 games to go, it has seen odds gets slashed on the German getting the sack.
But the Anfield faithful have sent a clear message of support to the Reds boss with a banner outside Anfield.
Three large sheets were put across the wrought-iron barriers around Liverpool’s ground which read: “Jurgen Klopp YNWA.”
This refers to the club’s famous saying “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, made famous by the late Gerry Marsden.
It was only eight months ago that Klopp was lifting the club’s first-ever Premier League title after winning by 18 points.
Having led the pack before Christmas, a run of just two wins from their last 10 has turned the club’s season upside down.
And it saw Klopp get emotional in the post-match press conference as he admitted defeat in the title race.
When asked if Liverpool can chase City, the 53-year-old said: “Yes. I can't believe, but yes.
“I don't think we can close that gap this year. We have to win football games. Today was really good in parts. We have to avoid mistakes and misunderstanding.
“We have to make steps, to perform again and results are related to that. We are good enough to win it (the title), for long periods, but not until the end.”
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Liverpool’s latest defeat saw them concede three goals in eight second-half minutes to Brendan Rodgers’ side.
It saw Klopp blame debutant Ozan Kabak, on loan from Schalke, for his misunderstanding with goalkeeper Alisson that led to the second goal.
While one supporter “proved" that the Foxes’ first goal – which brought a furious reaction after VAR’s intervention – was offside.
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