Klopp has said he has no magic wand to revive Liverpool’s fortunes.
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As Liverpool prepare to face Tottenham Hotspur Saturday, a glance at the table might suggest that not much has changed at Anfield in nearly six months since Jurgen Klopp took charge of his first Premier League game against the north London club.Before Klopp's arrival in October, Liverpool, under the increasingly forlorn stewardship of Brendan Rodgers, were 10th in the table averaging 1.5 points a game.If you created a Premier League table for the 22 games since Klopp made his bow at White Hart Lane on Oct. 17, then Liverpool would be ninth, averaging 1.5 points a match.Their home form is just as inconsistent as it always was – they still have not recorded back-to-back league wins at Anfield this season – while an error-prone defense that dogged Rodgers's time in charge, remains an issue.Liverpool have kept just two clean sheets in their last 10 league matches dating back to the beginning of 2016 and one of those came against rock-bottom Aston Villa.
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