Liverpool fans react on Twitter to Sturridge axe v West Brom
By Dominic Toner
Daniel Sturridge was named on the bench against West Brom – and the Liverpool supporters were pleased with the decision on Twitter.
The England forward has been dropped from the starting XI after failing to impress in the club’s last match against Manchester Untied.
Jurgen Klopp has made just one change to his side with Adam Lallana replacing Sturridge in the side.
Liverpool announced their line-up on their official Twitter account.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2016
Liverpool fans were pleased with the decision to drop Sturridge and feel that his time at Anfield may be drawing to a close.
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Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Made up Klopp hates Sturridge as much as I do ????????
— Hunter S Thompson (@barndance_) October 22, 2016
Sturridge back on the bench 150% confirms he's not a kilo player and he's gone by next summer imo love the lad but doesn't fit the mould
— ???????????????????????????????????????? (@LFCGrumpyfrog) October 22, 2016
The beginning of the end of sturridge at LFC
— Peter Ajayi (AJ) (@Ajayi82) October 22, 2016
Think we should offload Sturridge in January !! #LFC
— Mustafa Kamal ツ (@M0KamaL) October 22, 2016
Sturridge on the bench and Lallana starting. Good change imo . Sturridge slows us down. #LFC
— Zaid Mir (@Zaidmir7) October 22, 2016
Sturridge deserves to be dropped anyone who argue is too much of a fanboy
— TheRoadToMerseyside (@Road2MerseySide) October 22, 2016
Liverpool is better without Sturridge.
— Mohubedu (@Ralphium) October 22, 2016
Sturridge has made nine appearances this season and his only goals came against Burton in the EFL Cup.
His search for a first Premier League goal this campaign continues and Roberto Firmino has been the preferred option in attack.
The England striker does have a great record since he moved to Anfield, scoring 56 goals in 101 appearances for the club.
Klopp has introduced a high intensity and attacking press to his side and many people feel that Sturridge is not suited to the system.
In other Liverpool team news, this 20-year-old has a bright future at the club according to Klopp.