Carragher believes that Liverpool has definitely lost their chance to win EPL.

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UFABET Sports analyst Jamie Carragher believes that Liverpool has definitely lost their chance to win the 2023-24 English Premier League title after losing 0-2 to Everton yesterday. Next, follow Mohamed Salah future. When there is no Jurgen Klopp as manager.

The Reds just lost in the Merseyside derby match at Goodison Park for the first time in the Klopp era, making it 34 matchdays behind Arsenal, Promotion ufabet who are third in the table. marking And it is only one point more than 3rd place Manchester City, who have played two matches less. The chance to compete for the championship is fading.

As a former Liverpool defender, Carragher has given up, but on the one hand, he regrets Wednesday’s performance because of his lack of decisiveness on both sides of the pitch. 

“This is the end of Liverpool’s title contention,” said Carragher, who played 503 games for the Reds. 

“It’s almost over, sir. And they have to make sure they can finish the season as well as they can.” 

“Seriously, Liverpool had chances from the beginning of the game but were not decisive enough both in attack and defence.”  

“I don’t think it’s time to be so angry at the team or the manager, Jürgen Klopp. It’s been a great season, a great adventure. Just last night was Everton’s day.” 

Carragher also thinks that the next step is to keep an eye on Salah’s decision on whether he will collapse with the new team manager or not.  

“Mo Salah doesn’t look like the same person he was before. Especially after recovering from an injury,” Jamie added. 

“He’s definitely a club legend, a superstar, one of the best players of all time, but at the moment he’s far from that status.”

“I think there needs to be a real discussion with the new manager who is coming in to see if Mo Salah is included in the plans because the player is entering the final year of his contract.” 

Liverpool have lost 2 of their last 3 league games ( W 1). As many as they played 42 matches before that ( W 28, Draw 12).