Graham Roberts has questioned Jurgen Klopp’s post-match behaviour after Liverpool failed to beat Everton on Sunday.
The former Tottenham player posted on social media criticising how Klopp behaves following poor results and revealed he was thankful that Mauricio Pochettino was Spurs’ manager.
Klopp was great with sky tv when winning and with @Carra23 on Friday a sign of a proper manager is the Behaviour in good and bad times pleased we have Poch today's interview just bullying to thesky reporter people like poch, seandyche ChrisHughton even wenger much morerespectful
— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) December 10, 2017
Roberts revealed he thought Klopp was great on Sky Sports when Liverpool have been winning, but thought he was acting like a bully after the Everton game.
The former Spurs revealed it was important to behave during the good times and the bad times, something Pochettino does.
Klopp came in for criticism for his actions after the 5-1 victory against Brighton at the start of December.
The Liverpool manager failed to shake Hughton’s hand after the game, which caused Hughton to speak out about Klopp.
Klopp did go on to apologise for his lack of handshake, which Hughton accepted, but Roberts clearly believes Klopp’s behaviour hasn’t improved.
The Reds thought they had done enough to defeat Everton on Sunday after dominating the game and taking the lead just before half-time through Mohamed Salah.
However, Everton won a debatable penalty in the 77th minute which Rooney scored to deny Liverpool the win.
The Reds are next in action on Wednesday against West Bromwich Albion.
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